Research shows that the last name Whitehouse has been around since the tenth century. Whitehouse is a middle Anglo-Saxon occupational last name. First historical evidence of the surname dates to the county of Oxfordshire in 1202.
Whitehouse is currently at number 503 of the UK's most common surnames. There are approximately 85359 with the last name Whitehouse living in the UK. Norfolk currently holds the greatest density of families with the surname Whitehouse. If history is to be believed the early nineteenth century Whitehouse's liked a drink or four. 108
Warm and friendly is how previous generations of the Whitehouse family can be described. The Whitehouse family have been linked to the planet Saturn causing them to be knowledgable, conscientious and elusive. To them life is a game which must always be full of fresh ideas and continuous entertainment. Since they often lack the quality of conscientiousness, they fight a losing battle in any attempts they make to be moral. When in love they are unimaginative, not intentionally so but because of their basic inconsistency of their personality. It has been known for members of this family to turndown a a possible romantic situation, quite often over analysing the potential.
Famous Whitehouse's include: