History of Harwich

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History of Harwich >> Poll of Voters 1847

Harwich voters - 1847 General Election

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

Philip Bannocks
Richard Read Barnes
John Butcher
William Butcher
John Clarke
John Coker
Lewis Cottingham
James Durant
Samuel Dutton
Frederick Folkard
Francis Francillon
John George Francillon
Thomas Francillon
Godfrey Freeman
Thomas George
Samuel Graham
D.S. Grigson
Francis Hales
J. Clark Hast
Thomas Hearn
S.R. Heseltine
Francis Hiblett
Matthew Johnson
Abraham Jordan
George Marsh
C.M. Nalborough
John Nalborough
Robert Nalborough
S. John Newton
Joseph Pain
H.J. Philbrick
John Pinner
Richard Reynolds
John Sansum
Ezekiel Seaman
Francis Stevens
Charles Trundle
Joseph Webb James Webster sen.
James Wright

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