Crowfoot in the 1881 census

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Top male forenames

William Crowfoot
John Crowfoot
George Crowfoot
Robert Crowfoot
Thomas Crowfoot
James Crowfoot
Samuel Crowfoot
Charles Crowfoot
Harry Crowfoot
Frederick Crowfoot
David Crowfoot
Alfred Crowfoot
Henry Crowfoot
Edward Crowfoot
Arthur Crowfoot
Walter Crowfoot
Frank Crowfoot
Leonard Crowfoot
Clement Crowfoot
Michael Crowfoot
Benjamin Crowfoot
Andrew Crowfoot
Albert Crowfoot
Herbert Crowfoot
Timothy Crowfoot
Ernest Crowfoot
Seymour Crowfoot
Mark Crowfoot
Horace Crowfoot
Abel Crowfoot

Top female forenames

Mary Crowfoot
Sarah Crowfoot
Elizabeth Crowfoot
Martha Crowfoot
Alice Crowfoot
Annie Crowfoot
Maria Crowfoot
Ann Crowfoot
Edith Crowfoot
Anna Crowfoot
Eliza Crowfoot
Juliana Crowfoot
Jane Crowfoot
Harriet Crowfoot
Emma Crowfoot
Adelade Crowfoot
Margaret Crowfoot
Ellen Crowfoot
Lucy Crowfoot
Hannah Crowfoot
Amelia Crowfoot
Lydia Crowfoot
Charlotte Crowfoot
Susan Crowfoot
Caroline Crowfoot
Rebecca Crowfoot
Minnie Crowfoot
Georgiana Crowfoot
Florence Crowfoot
Marianne Crowfoot
Kathleen Crowfoot
Jessie Crowfoot
Catherine Crowfoot
Henrietta Crowfoot
Bartha Crowfoot
Racheal Crowfoot
Frances Crowfoot
Marie Crowfoot
Eve Crowfoot
Agnes Crowfoot
Emily Crowfoot
Ada Crowfoot
Elizth. Crowfoot
Laura Crowfoot

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