History of Great Wakering
Vicarage Lane, Great Wakering, c.1950
Reproduced courtesy of The Francis Frith Collection.
History of Great Wakering >> Poll of Voters 1826
Great Wakering voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon
The Borough of Maldon's poll of voters for 1826 lists the name and occupation of Great Wakering 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 Brockis, labourer
W Drinkwell, breeches maker
Isaac Francis, carpenter
Mark Grimes, sea waller
William Halls, labourer
George Hutson, math instrument maker
John Jackson, baker
James Jackson, tailor
William Johnson, plumber and glazier
Charles Lazell, labourer
Charles Miller, surgeon
Stephen Newton, labourer
Alexander Norton, blacksmith
Robert Weaver, labourer
A Wedd, farmer
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Great Wakering - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Great Wakering - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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