Whitworth is a family name with a history dating back to the middle ages in the UK. First historical evidence of the surname dates to the county of Worcestershire in 1397.
World wide there are around 113871 people with this name. A survey taken by HM Treasury in nineteen fourty four recorded popular occurance of this family name. The nineteen eleven census carried out by H.M. Treasury for the UK shows the highest number of Whitworth's in the county of Worcestershire. A tarnished history is clear, particularly around the winter of 1902 when Dean Whitworth stole a horse and was sentenced to prison.
Previous generations of Whitworth's have been spoken of as a kind bunch. The Whitworth family tend to be knowledgable and inteligent due to the families proximity to the planet Uranus. They refract changes in their own surroundings and can often become over optimistic and materialistically self-centered. There is a side to Whitworths which can be deeply inteligent, and another, very irritable. 112