Woolridge Family Crest

Woolridge Family CrestThe English surname Wooldridge is of patronymic  origin, meaning son of , or descendent of “Wolrich’. The English personal name Wolrich is derived from the Old English Wulfric which is composed of the elements wulf meaning “wolf” and ric meaning ‘power.” The name Wooldridge is first found in the county of Staffordshire  where the Wooldridge family held an ancestral seat from ancient times. The Wooldridge family were Lords of the Manor at Leek, Aaldithley, and Balterly in Staffordshire and of Croxton and Etchells in the county of Cheshire before and after the Norman conquest of 1066.

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