The name Whitelaw has been established since the middle ages. Whitelaw was originally from British origins. The earliest presence of the surname was found in 1374 from the county of Norfolk in England. The surname went global in the fifteenth century with the growth of the British empire and the establishment of independant colonies.
Whitelaw is the 1839th most popular last name in Great Britain. There are approximately 66387 with the name Whitelaw living in Europe. A late nineteenth century Whitelaw was noted as liking a drink after police allegedly threw him out of no less than eight watering holes in a single evening.
Traits associated with Whitelaw
The Whitelaw family tend to be mysterious and charismatic due to the families proximity to the planet Jupiter. 99