History of Halstead
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History of Halstead >> Poll of Voters 1847
Halstead voters - 1847 General Election
These are the residents and non-resident landowners of Halstead who voted in the 1847 general election. Source: Essex Standard 20 August 1847.
Joseph Nunn Brewster
Rev. Charles Burney
Robert John Day
George Firmin, jun.
High Street, Halstead
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Rev. Duncan Fraser
Robert E. Greenwood
William George Harris
M. Barnard Harvey
Thomas B. Hawkes
William Little, jun.
P. Stenart F. Martin
James William Mills
William Watts Oakley
S. Church Spurgeon
J. Robinson Walsh
William W. Warner
Richard S. Wilson
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