History of Colchester

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History of Colchester >> Poll of Voters 1847

Colchester voters - 1847 General Election

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These are the residents and non-resident landowners of Colchester who voted in the 1847 general election. Source: Essex Standard 20 August 1847.

Voters are listed by wards and parish.

St James's
George Aldus
James Hague Angier
Edward Euston
John Bloomfield
Edward Brett
James Clow
John Day
Peter Dammant jun.
Robert Diggens
Henry Downes
Samuel Downes
George Jarman Frost
Thomas Garland
G. Samuel Greenfield
John Hatch
Samuel Hubbard
George Lay
George Long
William Mihill
James Osborne
John Perryman
Hezekiah Richards
George Round
John Rule
John Scott
Meshach Seaman
William Sharman
Bernard Underwood
James Watts
James Henry Woods

St. Leonard's
William Beaumont
Thomas Bromley
Anthony Bruce
Ambrose Canler
James Coote
William Cook
Rev. Francis Curtis
John Devall
Charles Dunt
John Franklin
Thomas French
Timothy Gall
George Garland
Philip Hunt
John Kinns
Sir John Maclean
John Mann sen.
John Mann jun.
John Murrells
James Joseph Morden
William Newton
Thomas Page sen.
Henry Page
William Quilter
William Reynolds
Thomas Strutt
William Stuttle
Rev. W. M. Tucker

St. Martin
Joseph Beaumont
James Boyden
Francis Bridge
Stephen Brown
William Chaplin
Robert Cook
Edward Copping
B. Philip Dennis
Edmund Foster
W. L. P. Garnons
Richard Lane
Jacob Marsden
James Nash
F. B. Philbrick
George Sansom jun.
Shadrach Seaman
James Walter
Charles Wire

St. Mary-at-the-Wall
Francis Gibbs Abell
John Halls Bare
James Barritt
Rev. Philip Bayles
Benjamin Beard
Samuel Bennell
Rev. James Blatch
Robert Bower
John Chignall
James William Coleman
Thomas Creffield Coe
Edward Cook
James Dennis
Edward Downes
John Dunningham
Joseph Carter Eisdell
G. H. Errington
William Fearis
Henry Sidney Goody
H. H. Hayward
Walter Johnson
George Knight
Thomas Maberly
William Martin
John Mortimer
John Peggs
John Penrice
S. A. Philbrick
Thomas Robinson
John Rudkin
John Shuttleworth
John Smith
William Bolton Smith
Charles Stone
Josiah Tillett
Ephraim Watson

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