The English surname Weakley is an habitational name from a place in Northamptonshire called Weekley, from the Old English terms wic meaning “ a settlement,”  perhaps in this case a Roman settlement, Latin vicus and leah meaning “ a wood, or a clearing.” The village has the distinction of being one of the first place names to be recorded anywhere. It appears in the charters known as 'Cartulium Saxoni', or in effect the Saxon gazetter for the year 843 AD. Medieval records of the name include Anne Weekely who is recorded as marrying Thomas Reyner at Bedford in 1647, whilst in 1702 Thomas Weekly married Jane Brown at St George's Chapel, Hanover Square, London.

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