History of Colchester

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History of Colchester >> Poll of Voters 1826

Colchester voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon

The Borough of Maldon's poll of voters for 1826 lists the name and occupation of Colchester 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.

George Andrews, scrivener
William Argent, porter merchant
John Ball, schoolmaster
Andrew Balls, school master
Robert Barber, linen draper
John Barnes, cordwainer
Thomas Barrett jun., mariner
Thomas Barrett, labourer
Henry Barrett, labourer
William Barrett, husbandman
Jonas Barrett, mariner
James Bennell, plumber
James Bennell, plumber
Vernon Blackwell, bricklayer
John Bloomfield, confectioner
William Bloomfield, fruiterer
Thomas Bolton, cordwainer
John Bolton, tailor
James Boulton, East Essex Militia
John Box jun., blacksmith
John Box, blacksmith
Francis Bridge, confectioner
John Brooker jun., gardener
John Brooker, gardener
William Brooker, gardener
William Carrington, distiller
John Chaplin, bookseller
Clay Edward Chertsey, esquire
Henry Clay, gentleman
Benjamin Clay, esquire
Thomas Corsellis, esquire
Samuel Daniel, gentleman
Edward Daniel, gentleman
John Day, farmer
George Dennis, bookbinder
Henry Downes, blacksmith
Philip Downes, blacksmith
James Downes, labourer
James Farren, cordwainer
Joseph Farren, cordwainer
James Fearis, broker
Wm Wallis Francis, attorney
Abraham Garrard, vetiniary surgeon
Benjamin Gilson, surgeon
Napthali Goose, chemist
George Grice, grocer
Charles Edward Grinter, bookbinder
S Hanbury jun., hop merchant
Osgood Hanbury, esquire
Henry Hanbury, gentleman
Philip Hanbury, gentleman
James Hardy jun., scrivener
John Harrison, cordwainer
Robert Hatfield, tailor
William Hibble, hair dresser
John Hill, labourer
William Hinton, mariner
William Howell, farmer
Stephen Hughes, baker
Thomas Humphrey, harness maker
William Ives, shoemaker
Thomas Jelbard, mariner
John Kinn, cabinet maker
George Knight, seedsman
John Lambeth, mariner
Joseph Lane, mariner
William Lay jun., plumber
Robert Leech, labourer
Benjamin Lever, mariner
James Levett, gentleman
Abraham Livermore jun., butcher
Charles Malden, gentleman
Charles Malden, linen draper
William Marchant, stone pavior
William Martin, tailor
John Martin, nail maker
William Mules, esquire
Joshua Pattisson, banker
Joseph Peeling, malster
William Pewter, horse dealer
Salisbury Pleasands, gardener
George Ranson, horse dealer
Samuel Rous, baker
John Rudd, gentleman
Robert Salmon, wine merchant
George Scott, woollen draper
George Sergeant, linen draper
Golden Simpson, plumber
William Smith, carpenter
Robert Taylor, servant
Timothy Walford jun., upholsterer
Timothy Walford, upholsterer
Thomas Ward, wheelwright
James Watts, labourer
James Whistock, labourer
J M Willis, baker
A H Young seaman

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