I skipped the 1890s because the names were fairly similar still. There are still a lot of the same names as in the 1880s, but there are some new ones as well.
Reminder of the rules, remove one name each turn, please do not take consecutive turns, let someone remove a name before you remove another. You can state a reason for removing, but don't have to. And PLEASE remember to remove the name that you chose to remove.
John, William, James, George, Charles, Robert, Joseph, Frank, Edward, Thomas, Henry, Walter, Harry, Willie, Arthur, Albert, Clarence, Fred, Harold, Paul, Raymond, Richard, Roy, Joe, Louis, Carl, Ralph, Earl, Jack, Ernest, David, Samuel, Howard, Charlie, Francis, Herbert, Lawrence, Theodore, Alfred, Andrew, Sam, Elmer, Eugene, Leo, Michael, Lee, Herman, Anthony, Daniel, Leonard, Floyd, Donald, Kenneth, Jesse, Russell, Clyde, Oscar, Peter, Lester, Leroy, Ray, Stanley, Clifford, Lewis, Benjamin, Edwin, Frederick, Chester, Claude, Eddie, Cecil, Lloyd, Jessie, Martin, Bernard, Tom, Will, Norman, Edgar, Harvey, Ben, Homer, Luther, Leon, Melvin, Philip, Johnnie, Jim, Milton, Everett, Allen, Leslie, Alvin, Victor, Marvin, Stephen, Alexander, Jacob, Hugh, Patrick, Virgil, Horace, Glenn, Oliver, Morris, Vernon, Archie, Julius, Gerald, Maurice, Sidney, Marion, Otis, Vincent, Guy, Earnest, Wilbur, Gilbert, Willard, Ed, Roosevelt, Hubert, Manuel, Warren, Otto, Alex, Ira, Wesley, Curtis, Wallace, Lonnie, Gordon, Isaac, Jerry, Charley, Jose, Nathan, Max, Mack, Rufus, Arnold, Irving, Percy, Bill, Dan, Willis, Bennie, Jimmie, Orville, Sylvester, Rudolph, Glen, Nicholas, Dewey, Emil, Roland, Steve, Calvin, Mike, Johnie, Bert, August, Clifton, Franklin, Matthew, Emmett, Phillip, Wayne, Edmund, Abraham, Nathaniel, Marshall, Dave, Elbert, Clinton, Felix, Alton, Ellis, Nelson, Amos, Clayton, Aaron, Perry, Tony, Adam, Irvin, Jake, Dennis, Jerome, Mark, Cornelius, Douglas, Ollie, Pete, Ted, Adolph, Roger, Jay, Roscoe, Juan