History of Loughton

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War memorial, Loughton, 1923
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History of Loughton >> Poll of Voters 1836

Loughton voters - 1836 South Essex Election

These are the residents and non-resident landowners of Loughton who voted in the 1836 South Essex Election. Candidates were George Palmer, a Conservative, and Champion Edward Branfill, a Whig-Radical. Source: Chelmsford Chronicle 17 and 24 June 1836, Essex Record Office.

Samuel Brawn
John Brown
John Chilton
Jasper Chinnery
John Davison
Thomas Dove
Joseph Enever
Joseph Enever
Isaac Gould
George Gould
John Gould
William Grout
William Grub
William Gurson
James Habgood
Anthony Hamilton
John Hathrill
Noah Heath
William Higgins
Robert Higgins
William King
John King
Jonathan Maynard
Jonathan Page
Joseph Philly
Lewis Sheeres
Thomas Skerritt
Robert Stringer
William Talmage
John Turner
John Tyser
William Welden
John Willingale
Joseph Wiilingale
Joseph Willingale jun.
Samuel Wiiks
John Witherby
Edmund Witherby

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