Ekins in the 1881 census

Top Counties

Top Parishes

Top male forenames

William Ekins
George Ekins
Thomas Ekins
John Ekins
Charles Ekins
Arthur Ekins
Henry Ekins
Samuel Ekins
Edward Ekins
James Ekins
Robert Ekins
Joseph Ekins
Alfred Ekins
Walter Ekins
Harry Ekins
Lewis Ekins
Ernest Ekins
Jabez Ekins
Albert Ekins
Frank Ekins
Herbert Ekins
Geo. Ekins
Wm. Ekins
Martin Ekins
David Ekins
Peter Ekins
Maximillian Ekins
Frederick Ekins
Mathew Ekins
Fred. Ekins
Tom Ekins
Abigail Ekins
Fosberry Ekins
Sydney Ekins
Ekin Ekins
Edwd.Heny. Ekins
Robt. Ekins
Edmond Ekins
Richard Ekins
Harold Ekins
Corneluis Ekins
Nevill Ekins
Matthew Ekins
Frederic Ekins
Whalter Ekins
Alexander Ekins
Fred Ekins
W.J. Ekins
Adgar Ekins
Leonard Ekins

Top female forenames

Mary Ekins
Elizabeth Ekins
Sarah Ekins
Emma Ekins
Ann Ekins
Ellen Ekins
Emily Ekins
Annie Ekins
Jane Ekins
Harriet Ekins
Louisa Ekins
Eliza Ekins
Martha Ekins
Charlotte Ekins
Fanny Ekins
Anne Ekins
Alice Ekins
Hannah Ekins
Florence Ekins
Clara Ekins
Jessie Ekins
Lucy Ekins
Frances Ekins
Rebecca Ekins
Constance Ekins
Catherine Ekins
Kate Ekins
Caroline Ekins
Beatrice Ekins
Sophia Ekins
Helen Ekins
Rosanna Ekins
Catharine Ekins
Julia Ekins
Mercy Ekins
Isabella Ekins
Rosa Ekins
Rachel Ekins
Flora Ekins
Ethel Ekins
Susannah Ekins
Ella Ekins
Anney Ekins
Isabela Ekins
Maria Ekins
Mabel Ekins
Agnes Ekins
Rhoda Ekins
Eleanor Ekins
Ada Ekins

Top occupations

Scholar
Ag Lab
Dressmaker
Lacemaker
Shoemaker
Farmer Daur
Baker
Shoe Fitter
Farmers Wife
Laundress
Stationer
Farmers Son
Hawker
Grocers Assistant
Shoe Finisher
Cattle Dealer
Retired Farmer
Governess (Teacher)
Governess
Annuitant
Farmer
Gardener (D)
Retired Farmers Wife
Carpenter
None
Pharmaceutical Chemist
Plasterer
Underclothing Worker 4 Hands Female
Tailor
Agricultural Labourer
Domestic Servant
(Farmers Son)
Coachman
General Labourer
Cabinet Maker
Machinist
Bootmaker
Retired Grocer & Baker
Artificial Florist
Coach Builder Emlpoynig 6 Hands
Coach Body Maker
Baker Seedsman Etc
Bakers Assistant
Ag Labr
Bakers Wife
Blacksmith
Builder Employing 33 Men & 4 Boys
Butcher
Bakers Son
Woollen Drapers Traveller