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History of Maldon >> Poll of Voters 1836

Maldon voters - 1836 South Essex Election

These are the residents and non-resident landowners of Maldon 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.

All Saints
William Allaker
William Brown
Alfred Busbridge
John Clapton
William Clark
John Cutts
J C Driffield
Samuel Jay
John May sen.
Joseph Pattisson
Henry Pepper
John Pretty
William R Renall
Robert Smith
J F Tomlinson
George Wedd
Octavius Wedd
St Mary
Benjamin Abbott
Francis Barker
William Baxter
Joseph Brewster
Robert Lee Bridge
John Clarke
Robert C Cullen
Michael Dillon
John Dannet
C M Handley
Samuel Harridance
William Hearn
Silvanus Horton
George Hurrell
Charles Hurrell
John Marlar
William Mempress
Barnard Miles
William Newman
James Palmer
John Pepper
Joseph Pudney
Thomas Turner
St Peter
Benjamin Baker
Robert Beckett
Edward Bright
James Clapton
James Cook
John Cotton
William Dawson sen.
William Dawson jun.
Joseph C Eisdell
H W Eve
William Francis
William Heard
John Holley
Thomas Jones
Daniel Mansfield
Rev. Charles Matthew
George May
Benjamin Pattison
Joseph Pattison jun.
John Payne
John C Payne
Jeremiah Perry
Richard Pledger
Richard Polley
John Polley jun.
James Polley
James Porter
William Pryo Read
John Sadd sen.
John Sadd jun.
Daniel Sadd
Thomas M Smith
Thomas Snow
George Sparks
John Taylor
John Terling
John Thorp
John Wadford
Joseph Pryo Wedd
Joseph Wright

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