Baggs in the 1881 census

Top Counties

Top Parishes

Top male forenames

William Baggs
James Baggs
Henry Baggs
Thomas Baggs
Charles Baggs
John Baggs
George Baggs
Frederick Baggs
Albert Baggs
Harry Baggs
Robert Baggs
Edward Baggs
Walter Baggs
Alfred Baggs
Ernest Baggs
Arthur Baggs
Joseph Baggs
Richard Baggs
David Baggs
Edwin Baggs
Daniel Baggs
Stephen Baggs
Jacob Baggs
Eli Baggs
Hugh Baggs
Wm. Baggs
Herbert Baggs
Edmund Baggs
Uriah Baggs
Fredwick Baggs
Thos. Baggs
Samuel Baggs
Elizabeth Baggs
Barnabas Baggs
Worthy Baggs
Reginald Baggs
Augustus Baggs
Willm. Baggs
Edwd. Baggs
Philip Baggs
Ann Baggs
Edw. Baggs
Patrick Baggs
Vinangi Baggs
Moses Baggs
Tom Baggs
Cornelius Baggs
Michael Baggs
Clement Baggs
Marcus Baggs

Top female forenames

Mary Baggs
Elizabeth Baggs
Sarah Baggs
Eliza Baggs
Ann Baggs
Alice Baggs
Emily Baggs
Emma Baggs
Jane Baggs
Charlotte Baggs
Annie Baggs
Ada Baggs
Hannah Baggs
Edith Baggs
Fanny Baggs
Ellen Baggs
Kate Baggs
Florence Baggs
Clara Baggs
Maria Baggs
Harriett Baggs
Amelia Baggs
Harriet Baggs
Louisa Baggs
Eleanor Baggs
Martha Baggs
Agnes Baggs
Julia Baggs
Amy Baggs
Sophia Baggs
Rosa Baggs
Eva Baggs
Rebecca Baggs
Margaret Baggs
Anne Baggs
Lucy Baggs
Francis Baggs
Mabel Baggs
Nellie Baggs
Ella Baggs
Grace Baggs
Susan Baggs
Frances Baggs
Bessie Baggs
Isabel Baggs
Helen Baggs
Lydia Baggs
Anna Baggs
Elizth. Baggs
Lousia Baggs

Top occupations

Scholar
Ag Lab
Dressmaker
Annuitant
Labourer
Painter
Milliner
Baker
Laundress
Domestic Servant
Charwoman
Schoolmistress
Railway Packer (Lab)
No Occupation
Gardener
Railway Porter
Stay Maker
Bricklayer
Woodman
Errand Boy
General Labourer
Fathers Assistant
General Laborer
Cab Driver
Iron Worker
Mariner
Joiner
Labourer Daur
Plumber
Labourer Farm
Lodging House Keeper
Navvy
Coal Miner
Worsted Weaver
Dock Labourer
Ag Lab Wife
Domestic Housekeeper
Agric Labr
General Serv
Labourers Wife
None
Servant Dom
Gamekeeper
Basket Maker
Boatswain
Office Boy
Iron Moulder
School Mistress
Shopman Confect
Soldier