Braden in the 1881 census

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Top Parishes

Top male forenames

Henry Braden
William Braden
Charles Braden
John Braden
George Braden
James Braden
David Braden
Thomas Braden
Edward Braden
Robert Braden
Benjamin Braden
Arthur Braden
Aaron Braden
Daniel Braden
Frederick Braden
Albert Braden
Jno.William Braden
Jas. Braden
Howard Braden
Bill Braden
Reuben Braden
Patrick Braden
Harvey Braden
Montague Braden
Alexander Braden
Mark Braden
Frederic Braden
Adam Braden
Jos. Braden
Ernest Braden
Wm. Braden
Earnest Braden
Tom Braden
Jno. Braden
Samuel Braden
Carl Braden
Richard Braden
Herbert Braden
Bernard Braden
Peter Braden
Hen.Geor.B. Braden
Barnard Braden
Oto Braden
Harry Braden
Alfred Braden
Mathew Braden
Joseph Braden
Frank Braden
Abraham Braden
Jonathan Braden

Top female forenames

Mary Braden
Elizabeth Braden
Jane Braden
Ann Braden
Sarah Braden
Emily Braden
Ellen Braden
Margaret Braden
Emma Braden
Louisa Braden
Matilda Braden
Agnes Braden
Anne Braden
Harriet Braden
Catherine Braden
Frances Braden
Annie Braden
Fanny Braden
Edith Braden
Florence Braden
Serina Braden
Amelia Braden
Rose Braden
Lydia Braden
Eliza Braden
Rosina Braden
Julia Braden
Rachel Braden
Constance Braden
Nellie Braden
Hedeweg Braden
Celia Braden
Maud Braden
Hannah Braden
Beatrice Braden
Sussanna Braden
Mabel Braden
Elliza Braden
Laura Braden
Eleanor Braden
Jesica Braden
E.F. Braden
Priscila Braden
Herodias Braden
Charlotte Braden
Minnie Braden
Martha Braden
Anna Braden
Maggie Braden
Sophie Braden

Top occupations

Scholar
School
Ag Lab
Carmans Son
Lab
General Labourer
Farm Labourer
Farm Lab
Shoemaker
Wife
Butcher
Bricklayers Labourer
Labourer
Merchant Corn
General Wife
Grocers Assistant
Foreign Correspondent (Reporter)
Gen Lab
Gen Serv (Dom)
General Carman
General Lab
Grocer Wife
Grocer Empl 5 Men
Grocer Daur
General Serv
Grocer And Carrier
Grocer
Genl Domesc Serv
General Servant
Cashier Bookeeper
Engine Fitter
Dressmaker
Bricklayers Laborer
Bricklayers Lab
Bricklayer
Brass Worker
Boot & Shoe Manufacturer Employing 13 Men
Wife Of Coal Merchant
Baptist Minister
Bakers Assistant
Carmans Daughter
Cellarman
Draper Employing 2 Men
Dock Labourer
Cotton Spinner
Corn Merchants Wife
Cook
Clerk
Chemists Assistant
Charwoman