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These are the baby names that were popular the decade you were born

Every decade has its own flair — and its own popular baby names.

William has remained the most popular Georgia name from 1960 until 2014, but every decade has its favorites. In Georgia, kids mainly named James and Lisa rocked out to the Rolling Stones in the ‘60s, while Christopher and Ashley played with Furbies and slap bracelets in the ‘90s, according to data from the Social Security Administration. 

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Here’s a breakdown of the most popular baby names in each decade, according to the SSA.

How popular was your name in the decade you were born? 

1960s:

Boys: James (No. 1), Michael, John

Girls: Lisa (No. 1), Angela, Mary

1970s:

Boys: Michael (No.1), James, Christopher

Girls: Jennifer (No. 1), Kimberly, Angela

1980s:

Boys: Christopher (No. 1), Michael, James

Girls: Jessica (No. 1), Ashley, Amanda

1990s:

Boys: Christopher (No. 1), Michael, Joshua

Girls: Ashley (No. 1), Jessica, Taylor

2000s:

Boys: William (No. 1), Joshua, Jacob

Girls: Madison (No. 1), Emily, Emma

2010s:

Boys: William (No. 1), Mason, Noah

Girls: Emma (No. 1), Ava, Isabella

Click here for a breakdown of the popular names in our most recent decade

Click on the chart below for a complete look at popular baby names in Georgia by year, and to discover more trends in the data over time.

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Lauren Colley contributed to this story

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