History of Chelmsford
Moulsham Street, Chelmsford, 1892
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History of Chelmsford >> Poll of Voters 1826
Chelmsford voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon
The Borough of Maldon's poll of voters for 1826 lists the name and occupation of Chelmsford 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 Ablin, tallow chandler
John Archer, cabinet maker
William Baker, druggist
Nathaniel Boucer Barnes, linen draper
Thomas Blanks, blacksmith
Francis Hay Child, esquire
James Thomas Child, gentleman
Samuel Collis, ironmonger
Edward Cook, cordwainer
Charles Cottee, blacksmith
John Thomas Cremer, silversmith
Richard Cremer, surgeon
Joseph Dench, brazier
William Eve, leather dresser
Edward Everard, waiter
Henry Gilliam, cordwainer
William Golding, victualler
John Jesper, carpenter
Thomas Johns, fellmonger
William Johns, leather dresser
Thomas Johns, woolstapler
Peter Josling, labourer
William King, saddler
John Kirkham, currier
James Kirkham, solicitors clerk
Abraham Lines, dyer
Isaac Marsden, printer
Thomas Mason, whitesmith
James Moss, coachman
Charles Murrell, cabinet maker
John Murrell, tailor
Samuel Pinchen, painter
Samuel Pond, upholsterer
Nathaniel Reynolds, labourer
Edward Thomas Sage, watch maker
John Sams, labourer
James Seaton, cordwainer
John Steward, peruke maker
Abjohn Stokes, tallow chandler
Samuel Straight, grocer
John Butler Tedder, ostler
Benjamin Turner, leather dresser
Thomas Wackrill, baker
S Wackrill, draper
Edward Wallis, confectioner
Richard Warner,cabinet maker
W C Wells, brewer
William Wexley, cabinet maker
Joseph Woodcock, brewer
John Woodfine, tanner
George Wray, stone mason
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