The last name Whymark has an interesting history in the UK dating back to the middle ages. Records dating back to 1304 suggest there was a contingency of Whymark's in the county of Leicestershire.
Whymark is the 1034th most common name in the UK. In the UK alone there are 120564 people with the surname Whymark. Norfolk currently holds the greatest density of families with the last name Whymark. It is written that an early 18th century Whymark could out drink a Horse. A tarnished past is clear, especially around the winter of 1928 when Tim Whymark stole a barrel of ale and was sentenced to prison. 115