Casson in the 1881 census

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Top male forenames

John Casson
William Casson
Thomas Casson
James Casson
George Casson
Robert Casson
Joseph Casson
Henry Casson
Richard Casson
Arthur Casson
Charles Casson
Edward Casson
Alfred Casson
Benjamin Casson
Harry Casson
Samuel Casson
Daniel Casson
Jonathan Casson
Frank Casson
Walter Casson
Thos. Casson
Frederick Casson
Albert Casson
Edwin Casson
Herbert Casson
Isaac Casson
Abraham Casson
Sam Casson
Nicholas Casson
Ferdinand Casson
Christopher Casson
J. Casson
Wm. Casson
Jno. Casson
Tom Casson
Robt. Casson
Fred Casson
Francis Casson
Myras Casson
Ezra Casson
Mathew Casson
Jesse Casson
W. Casson
Harold Casson
Rubin Casson
Lewis Casson
Edmund Casson
Oliver Casson
Willm. Casson
David Casson

Top female forenames

Mary Casson
Elizabeth Casson
Sarah Casson
Jane Casson
Ann Casson
Margaret Casson
Hannah Casson
Annie Casson
Alice Casson
Martha Casson
Ellen Casson
Agnes Casson
Isabella Casson
Eliza Casson
Edith Casson
Emma Casson
Frances Casson
Anne Casson
Eleanor Casson
Emily Casson
Catherine Casson
Maria Casson
Rose Casson
Charlotte Casson
Louisa Casson
Ada Casson
Ruth Casson
Fanny Casson
Esther Casson
Lucy Casson
Gertrude Casson
Betsy Casson
Harriet Casson
Florence Casson
Minnie Casson
Laura Casson
Amelia Casson
Marian Casson
Margret Casson
Kate Casson
Francis Casson
Christiana Casson
Ethel Casson
Rebecca Casson
Matilda Casson
Elenor Casson
Phillis Casson
Lilian Casson
Nancy Casson
Dinah Casson

Top occupations

Scholar
Cotton Weaver
Coal Miner
Domestic Servant
Dressmaker
Labourer
Annuitant
Woollen Weaver
General Servant
Grocer
Blacksmith
Iron Miner
Housekeeper
No Occupation
Farm Labourer
Charwoman
Laundress
Confectioner
Farmers Son
Worsted Weaver
Joiner
Saddler
French Polisher
Farmers Daur
Carter
Worsted Spinner
Scholer
House Keeper
General Labourer
School
Shool
Railway Porter
Clerk
Errand Boy
Boiler Maker
Farm Servant (Indoor)
Cabinet Maker
Farm Servant Indoor
Railway Clerk
Butcher
Ag Lab
None
Farmers Son Husbandman
Cotton Winder
Engine Fitter
Dock Labourer
Cotton Operative
Farmers Wife
Medical Mans Son
Dress Maker