What Were the Most Popular English Names in the 1700s?

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Naming children has always gone through trends. While Skyler and Taylor are popular today, in the 1700s they would have been given odd looks. Biblical names such as John, Joseph, Mary and Elizabeth were popular in England through the 1700s.
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