History of Dedham

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Southfields, Dedham, 1907
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History of Dedham >> Poll of Voters 1847

Dedham voters - 1847 General Election

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

Whitmore Baker
William Baker
Benjamin Barber
James Thomas Bennett
John Blomfield
John Golding Bruce
Abram Constable
Edward Cook
Welbore Ellis
Rev. Edward C. Ellis
Rev. H.T. Ellecombe
Jacob Elton
T. L'Estrange Ewen
Samuel Felgate
William Felgate
Harcourt Firmin
Abraham Garwood
Robert Gordon
James Hempstead
Ebenezer Hitchcock
Henry Laundy
William Manning
William Martin
Thomas Mason
Robert Mixer
Peter Moss
William Mules
Thomas Mumford
William Nunn
Francis Ostinelli
William Page
William Parsons
Corder Platten
John Quilter
Robert Ray
Osborne Reynolds
William Rolph Richards
William Scott
O'Neil Segrave
Jeremiah Spurling
Rev. George Taylor
John Trew
John Turner
John White
John White
John Wordley
William Wotton

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