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ukDid you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 10746 people with the Hale surname? In that year Hale was ranked number 383 for popularity in the UK.

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ukDid you know that there are currently 13288 people with the Hale surname in the UK? Hale is now ranked number 433 for popularity in the UK.

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USADid you know that there are currently 112415 people with the Hale surname in the USA? Hale is ranked number 120 for popularity in the USA.

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AustraliaDid you know that there are currently 2137 people with the Hale surname in Australia? Hale is ranked number 665 for popularity in Australia.

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