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History of Danbury >> Poll of Voters 1836

Danbury voters - 1836 South Essex Election

These are the residents and non-resident landowners of Danbury who voted in the 1836 South Essex Election. Candidates were George Palmer, a Conservative, and Champion Edward Branfill, a Whig-Radical. Source: Chelmsford Chronicle 17 and 24 June 1836, Essex Record Office.

Isaac Ager
Samuel Balls
Thomas Barr
Isaac Belcher
John Blatch
John Blatch jun.
Rev. B.H. Bridges
Sir W. Brook
John Chapman
Thomas Clifton
Samuel Cooper sen.
Samuel Cooper jun.
John Cooper jun.
Joseph Crow
James Crow
William Docra
Charles Downes
William Ellis
John Ewers
John Ewers
Thomas Freeman
Robert Harris
John Hipsey
William Hipsey
Samul Long
James Moss
William Page
John Oxley Parker
J.R.S. Phillips
William Thomas Polley
John Round
Josiah Rumsey
Edward Salmon
William Simmons
John Bawtree Terry
Damiel Thornton
George Trussell
John Turner
Thomas Lay Ward

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