Anyway, the names on all 8 Top 100s (to refresh: US, England & Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand), from most --> least common overall:
Eight names appear on 7 of the 8 lists:
The US and Ireland are each missing 3--Isla, Jessica, & Rose from the US, and Olivia, Scarlett, & Harper from Ireland--while Australia is missing 2--Isabella & Leah (although it's not terribly surprising that E&W, N. Ireland, & Scotland have a lot of overlap).
The "unique" names from each country (Top 50 & up):
US: Zoey (#22), Allison (#38), Camila (#41), Riley (#47), Skylar (#48)
Scotland: Eilidh (#22), Skye (#33)
Ireland: Clara (#38), Roisin (#37), Sadhbh (#44), Laura (#49)
New Zealand: Maddison (#35), Maia (#45)
Canada: Rosalie (#41), Maelie (#47), Juliette (#48)
Australia: Elle (#44), Madelaine (#50)
The US again had the most "unique" names--25 (unlike the boys' list, the US girls' list doesn't really have any Spanish influence; rather, it has several -leys); while Scotland had the least--4.
Canada & Ireland also had quite a few "unique" names (20 & 17, respectively), and as you probably could guess, it's due quite a bit to French names and Irish names. :)