Brissenden in the 1881 census

Top Counties

Top Parishes

Top male forenames

John Brissenden
William Brissenden
James Brissenden
George Brissenden
Thomas Brissenden
Charles Brissenden
Alfred Brissenden
Edward Brissenden
Albert Brissenden
Horace Brissenden
Henry Brissenden
Walter Brissenden
Robert Brissenden
Arthur Brissenden
Stephen Brissenden
Richard Brissenden
Lewis Brissenden
Adolphus Brissenden
Willm. Brissenden
Giles Brissenden
Frederic Brissenden
Sydney Brissenden
Frank Brissenden
D.C. Brissenden
Maurice Brissenden
Leonard Brissenden
Herbert Brissenden
Harry Brissenden
Fred Brissenden

Top female forenames

Mary Brissenden
Elizabeth Brissenden
Sarah Brissenden
Emily Brissenden
Emma Brissenden
Alice Brissenden
Kate Brissenden
Ann Brissenden
Jane Brissenden
Ethel Brissenden
Ada Brissenden
Harriett Brissenden
Cordelia Brissenden
Frances Brissenden
Caroline Brissenden
Annie Brissenden
Maria Brissenden
Eliza Brissenden
Anne Brissenden
Amy Brissenden
Lydia Brissenden
Laura Brissenden
Ellen Brissenden
Jessie Brissenden
Eleanor Brissenden
Rosa Brissenden
Hannah Brissenden
Minnie Brissenden
Maudeline Brissenden
Flora Brissenden
Matilda Brissenden
Eveline Brissenden
Esther Brissenden
Lucy Brissenden
Ella Brissenden
Sophia Brissenden
Rose Brissenden
Harriet Brissenden
Dinah Brissenden
Pricilla Brissenden
Gertrude Brissenden
Clara Brissenden
Mildred Brissenden
Florence Brissenden
Bertha Brissenden
Maud Brissenden
Fanny Brissenden

Top occupations

Scholar
General Labourer
Licensed Victualler
Farmers Daughter
Ag Lab
Dressmaker
General Servt (Domestic)
Domestic Serv
Cook Domestic Servant
Grocer
Brickfield Laborer
Licensed Victualler Wife
Blacksmith
Baker
Gamekeeper Wife
Housemaid
Gardener
Farmer Of 101 Acres Employing 5 Men & 2 Boys
Gas Fitter
General Domestic Servant
Wood Dealer
Journeyman Carpenter
General Serv
Joiner
General Smith
Governess Certificated
Housemaid Serv
Grocery & Provisions
Head Mistress Of National School
House Painter
Commercial Clerk
Agricultural Labourer
Annuitant
Assistant Bookeeper To Foreign Bankers And Merchants (At Goshens)
Barge Masters Wife
Bricklayer
Builder
Buildings Labourer
Carpenter
Charwoman
Coachman Dom Serv
Gamekeeper
Dock Labourer
Domestic Coachman
Dress Maker
Engine Driver At Mill (Flour)
Engine Fitter At Works
Farm Bailiff
Farm Bailiff Wife
Farmer Of 200 Acres Emplying 10 Men & 4 Boys