Crooke in the 1881 census

Top Counties

Top Parishes

Top male forenames

William Crooke
John Crooke
Thomas Crooke
Joseph Crooke
James Crooke
George Crooke
Henry Crooke
Charles Crooke
Edward Crooke
Samuel Crooke
Wm. Crooke
Walter Crooke
Arthur Crooke
Harry Crooke
Frederick Crooke
Robert Crooke
Herbert Crooke
Henery Crooke
Jno. Crooke
Hy. Crooke
Abraham Crooke
Wallace Crooke
Frank Crooke
Alfred Crooke
Reginald Crooke
Ellias Crooke
Alf Crooke
Peter Crooke
Egbert Crooke
Zachariah Crooke
Abram Crooke
Oliver Crooke
Edwd. Crooke
Harold Crooke
Marwood Crooke
Cozens Crooke
Geo. Crooke
Walr.N. Crooke
Fredk. Crooke
Johnny Crooke
Bernard Crooke
Stephen Crooke
Fred Crooke
Ashworth Crooke
Rowland Crooke
Francis Crooke
Ambrose Crooke
Richard Crooke
Ernest Crooke
Alfd. Crooke

Top female forenames

Mary Crooke
Elizabeth Crooke
Ann Crooke
Sarah Crooke
Jane Crooke
Annie Crooke
Eliza Crooke
Edith Crooke
Emily Crooke
Emma Crooke
Hannah Crooke
Alice Crooke
Maria Crooke
Ellen Crooke
Margaret Crooke
Florence Crooke
Anne Crooke
Charlotte Crooke
Catherine Crooke
Fanny Crooke
Louisa Crooke
Lilian Crooke
Elsie Crooke
Marion Crooke
Sophia Crooke
Lucy Crooke
Ada Crooke
Bridget Crooke
Matilda Crooke
Anna Crooke
Marie Crooke
Frances Crooke
Sopha Crooke
Cathrine Crooke
Selina Crooke
Adeline Crooke
Caroline Crooke
Esther Crooke
Rosinia Crooke
Blanche Crooke
Phebe Crooke
Julia Crooke
Bessie Crooke
Mirian Crooke
Janet Crooke
Augusta Crooke
Maud Crooke
Elizth. Crooke
Infant Crooke
Helen Crooke

Top occupations

Scholar
Cotton Weaver
Coal Miner
School
At School
Bleachers Finisher
Brewer
Annuitant
Domestic Servant
None
Farmers Wife
Clerk
Gardener
Dairyman
General Labourer
Labourer
Laundress
Worsted Weaver
Stationer
Music Teacher
Errand Boy At Home
Dressmaker
Lodging House Keeper
General Lab
Farmers Son
(Farm Servant Indoor Ag)
Housekeeper
Agent
Cotton Hank Sizer (Manuf)
Cotton Operative
Cotton Piecer
Cotton Spinner
Daily Governess (Prof)
Actress
Dentist
Domestic
Bridle Cutter
Art Student
Asst Paymaster
Butler Dom Serv Unemployed
Butler Dom Servt
Captain R. M. A.
Carder Cotton Mill
Carpenter Unemployed
Chemists Assistant
Civil Engineers Wife
Clothier
Carman
Baker (Journeyman)
Agricultural Laborer