wilburn M

old english (anglo-saxon)

this name derives from old high german name “wilburn”, composed of two elements: from the old english “welle” (well) and from the proto-germanic “*brunnô” (a stream, brook, river, or other running water). the name wilburn was brought to england by the normans when they conquered the country in 1066. the ancestors of the wilburn family lived in lincolnshire.

wilburn M English