History of Great Coggeshall

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History of Great Coggeshall >> Poll of Voters 1847

Great Coggeshall voters - 1847 General Election

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

Francis Aldous
Jacob Anthony
Isaac Anthony
Thomas Batt
Isaac Beard
George Beard
Richard Bell
James Back
Zachariah Buck
Samuel Clift
Edmund Crosby
Joseph Denney
Alfred Denney
William Doubleday
Adam Eavery
Thomas Evans
Ephraim Evans
Thomas Finch
Joseph Gage
Matthias Gardner
Joseph Gould
John Hall
Osgood Hanbury
Francis Hills
William King
Kemp John King
James Knights
Daniel Leaper
Ephraim Leaper
Stephen Leaper
John Lewsey
Henry Meeking
Charles Moore
John Moore
William Moss
Thomas Mowle
Fisher Pattisson
Joseph Pilgrim
John Pilgrem
David Pilkington
John Redgrift
Joseph Sach
Thomas Sadler
Jeremiah Simmons
Charles Smith
John Smith
Richard B. Smith
William Swinborne
Richard Townsend
Richard M. White
Thomas Wheeler

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