The Wakeman Family History

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The Wakeman Family in the Census

Census Freqency of the Surname Wakeman
1841 Census30
1851 Census173
1861 Census303
1871 Census470
1881 Census663
1891 Census818
1901 Census998
1911 Census1330

Most Frequent Forenames for the Wakeman Family in the Census

Name 1841 Census 1851 Census 1861 Census 1881 Census 1871 Census 1891 Census 1901 Census 1911 Census Total
William Wakeman 0 13 22 37 52 58 67 86
Mary Wakeman 6 16 24 26 40 46 34 40
George Wakeman 0 7 13 26 32 43 43 57
John Wakeman 1 12 20 27 26 32 38 53
Sarah Wakeman 1 8 17 25 26 25 31 24
James Wakeman 3 6 12 20 22 26 27 28
Thomas Wakeman 1 8 15 20 22 23 25 28
Charles Wakeman 2 7 9 12 15 26 25 30
Elizabeth Wakeman 1 8 17 13 18 26 19 18
Frederick Wakeman 1 1 7 10 16 15 19 23
Joseph Wakeman 0 3 5 7 14 17 17 22
Henry Wakeman 1 4 6 15 19 12 12 14
Alfred Wakeman 0 6 5 9 9 15 16 26
Alice Wakeman 0 1 1 7 12 15 18 28
Annie Wakeman 0 0 1 6 10 14 23 30
Albert Wakeman 0 1 2 4 9 13 19 24
Ellen Wakeman 0 2 6 5 15 19 21 17
Florence Wakeman 0 0 0 2 5 15 18 22
Emily Wakeman 1 2 6 7 12 14 15 17
Arthur Wakeman 0 0 2 4 7 9 12 20

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Etymology and History of the Surname: Wakeman

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