History of Finchingfield

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History of Finchingfield >> Poll of Voters 1847

Finchingfield voters - 1847 General Election

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

Finchingfield William S. Arnold
Rev. John Atkinson
Thomas Beddall jun.
John Beddall
Henry Beddall
John R. Brise
Thomas Darby jun.
John Freeborn
William Freeborn
Samuel Freeborn
Martin Gatward
John Giblin
Thomas Giblin
John Hardy
John Hart
John Jennings
John Martin
Samuel Myhill
Henry Myhill
Malachi Addy Myhill
William Nye
James Pettit
John Robbertson
Joseph Ruse
Joseph Scott
Henry Smith
John Smith
Thomas Stammers
Rev. John Stock
Abraham Totman
James Turner
Samuel Turner
John Walford
Thomas Warters
Thomas Whitehead
John Whitehead
Thomas Yeldham

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Finchingfield - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

Finchingfield - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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