History of Billericay
High Street, Billericay, 1955
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History of Billericay >> Poll of Voters 1826
Billericay voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon
The Borough of Maldon's poll of voters for 1826 lists the name and occupation of Billericay residents who were entitled to vote in the general election of 1826 in the Borough of Maldon.
For more background information see The story behind the Poll of Voters for 1826.
Thomas Barrell, innkeeper
Thomas Caton, wheelwright
John Chandler, labourer
Richard Curtis, builder
George Curtis, builder
Thomas Curtis, publican
William Curtis, cabinet maker
John Nicholas, labourer
William Scott, husbandman
Henry Tunstall, carpenter
John Tunstall, carpenter
William Twin, bricklayer
R Wingfield, carpenter
James Andrews, blacksmith
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Billericay - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Billericay - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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