Whitlocke / Whitlock
"Vive dui Whitlocke deo sic utere fatis ut reserent sensus alba nec atratous" (Long live the Whitlockes. In God may he reveal understanding so that our future may be bright not gloomy)
Surname Origin: (Saxon) Fair hair - from the Middle English 'whit', white, with 'lock', a tress or a curl.
Also, from the Internet Surname Database there is "an Old English pre 7th Century personal name composed of the elements 'whit', demon or elf, and 'lac', play, or sport, thus elf play, and Whitlock may be from this source."
Our Ancestor: Hannah Whitlocke (b.1613 or 1617)
listed in the Buckinghamshire Parish Registers, Marriages: