Whitmarsh is a surname with a history dating back to the middle ages in the UK. Whitmarsh is a middle Anglo-Saxon occupational last name. First documented evidence of the surname dates to the county of Wiltshire in 1155. During the period of the British Empire the name spread with the colonies to areas of America, Asia, India and Australia.
There are approximately 77966 with the surname Whitmarsh living in Europe. A survey conducted by H.M. Treasury in the mid forties recorded frequent use of this surname. The recently published nineteen eleven census carried out by H.M. Treasury for the United Kingdom shows the greatest number of Whitmarsh's in the county of Worcestershire. A tarnished history is clear, especially around the winter of 1856 when Rob Whitmarsh stole a bicycle and was sentenced to jail.
Generous and friendly is how previous generations of the Whitmarsh family can be described. The common traits associated with Whitmarshs are egocentric, charismatic and complex. It is often seen for members of this family to turndown a a possible romantic situation, quite often over analysing the potential. 107
Most famous Whitmarsh's
Famous Whitmarsh's include: