History of Danbury
Cricketers Arms PH, Danbury, 1965
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History of Danbury >> Poll of Voters 1826
Danbury voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon
The Borough of Maldon's poll of voters for 1826 lists the name and occupation of Danbury 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 Abbott, labourer
William Ambler, labourer
Thomas Barker jun., sawyer
Thomas Wash Barker, carpenter
Brook H Bridges, clerk
Edward Lay Bygrave, gentleman
Henry Robert Bygrave, gentleman
Robert Bygrave, gentleman
Christopher Collis, carpenter
James Cracknell, jobber
Henry Ewers, farmer
Augustine Finch, labourer
John Lennard Hayne, gentleman
William Hollingsworth, labourer
HJ Hollingsworth, schoolmaster
Edward Hollingsworth, shopkeeper
Jeremiah Mason, jobber
John Nichols jun., labourer
John Nichols, labourer
John Simmonds, labourer
Edward Simmonds, labourer
Joseph Simpson jun., labourer
Benjamin Simpson, butcher
John Simpson, farmer
Benjamin Simpson, labourer
Benjamin Simpson, farmer
Joseph Simpson, farmer
James Stevens, labourer
James Stacey, labourer
Joseph Webb, labourer
John White, gardener
Philip White, labourer
William White labourer
Thomas White, labourer
Philip White, labourer
S White, labourer
James Yell, victualler
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Danbury - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Danbury - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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