The Wilkins is family of European Lineage dating back to the the 1200s who are of Austro-French decent. The Family is related to the Welks, and Cressons.
The Wilkins for a time had been members of the lower nobility with in their respected holdings. This line soon fell from grace; quickly becoming associated with rebellion, and heresy with in native Austria before a small band of less heritical members immigrated to France were they became servents to the Cresson household. The Cressons themselves being highly associated with the worlds major religion. The conditions associated with the two families becoming joined in holy matramony are a bit obscure, though tales of a daring saint of a woman, and dashing rouge tend to be a common image. The two families continued to have close ties, such ties to a point that it would be often said that the woman of the family more resembled their Cresson kin in mannerism, and act. This would for years be associated with the tail of the lady, and the rouge. A story whose promenance in family legend is often used to explain the habits of the men as well. The family immigrated to the Americas in 1912, away from their Cresson kinsmen who they had dwelt with for a number of centuries. During their days they began to pick up a noriety, some becoming rebels, others men of venture. The family became scattered with a fair, seculsive, concentration settling in the Virginias.
Wilkins are of Austro-French Heritage often holding brown to red hair, blue to green eyes, and fair skin.
- Wilson Wilkins (199X - Present), Leader of the Path in 2018