Darrell in the 1881 census

Top Counties

Top Parishes

Top male forenames

John Darrell
William Darrell
Charles Darrell
Henry Darrell
Thomas Darrell
George Darrell
James Darrell
Alfred Darrell
Samuel Darrell
Albert Darrell
Joseph Darrell
Stephen Darrell
Chas. Darrell
Robert Darrell
Benjamin Darrell
Edward Darrell
Daniel Darrell
Jacob Darrell
Richard Darrell
Harry Darrell
Arthur Darrell
Frederick Darrell
Lionel Darrell
Jno Darrell
Edmond Darrell
Jame Darrell
Claud Darrell
Soloman Darrell
Isaac Darrell
Percy Darrell
Mark Darrell
Freman Darrell
Llewellyn Darrell
Frederic Darrell
Levi Darrell
Francis Darrell
Thos. Darrell
Sydney Darrell
Solomon Darrell
Christopher Darrell
Herbert Darrell
Owen Darrell
Geo Darrell
Loinel Darrell
Wm. Darrell
Frank Darrell
Timothy Darrell
Ernest Darrell

Top female forenames

Elizabeth Darrell
Mary Darrell
Jane Darrell
Emily Darrell
Emma Darrell
Martha Darrell
Annie Darrell
Sarah Darrell
Alice Darrell
Charlotte Darrell
Ann Darrell
Louisa Darrell
Beatrice Darrell
Eva Darrell
Ellen Darrell
Eliza Darrell
Catherine Darrell
Maria Darrell
Evelyn Darrell
Ethel Darrell
Isabel Darrell
Clara Darrell
Maud Darrell
Harriet Darrell
Cecilia Darrell
Florence Darrell
Marrana Darrell
Fanny Darrell
Anne Darrell
Margurita Darrell
M.E. Darrell
Susannah Darrell
Lizzie Darrell
Ruth Darrell
Kate Darrell
Rachel Darrell
E. Darrell
Minnie Darrell
Helen Darrell
Matilda Darrell
Hannah Darrell
Flora Darrell
Maggie Darrell
Violet Darrell
Ada Darrell
Lilly Darrell
Rhoda Darrell
Johana Darrell
Edith Darrell
Nellie Darrell

Top occupations

Coal Miner
Farmers Daur
Dom Serv
Domestic Serv
Farmers Son
Labr Iron Works
General Lab
Wife Of Publican & Pit Sinker Employing 9 Men
Farmers Wife
General Labourer
Coachman (Dom)
Errand Boy
Esquire J.P.
Farm Laborer
General Domestic
Farm Labourer
Gardener (Dom.)
Farmer Of 500 Ac Emp 8 Men & 4 Boys
Gardener (7)
Formerly Cotton Mill Mule Spinner
Dock Lab
Daughter Of Farmer No Occupation
Carpenters Labourer
Butcher Wife
Butcher Master Employing 1 Man & 1 Boy (Provision)
Boot Laster
Baronet (Clergyman Without Cure Of Souls)
Carver & Cabinet Maker Employing 3 Men
Coach Builder (Apprece)
Corn Miller
Collector For Railway Co
Coal Collier
Coachman ND
Coachman (Dom.)