History of Maldon

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History of Maldon >> Poll of Voters 1826

Maldon voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon

The Borough of Maldon's poll of voters for 1826 lists the name and occupation of Maldon 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.

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Benjamin Abbott, shipwright
Edward Abbott, carpenter
John Abley, tailor
Thomas Adams, cordwainer
William Angier, cordwainer
Edward Appleton, hairdresser
Giles Austin, mariner
Benjamin Baker, surgeon
John Bale, cordwainer
William Barbrook jun., labourer
Thomas Barbrook, mariner
William Barbrook, husbandman
Thomas Basham, labourer
William Baxter, bricklayer
John Beal, porter
Thomas Bell, mariner
Abraham Bond, labourer
James Boyton, cordwainer
W R Braisted, mariner
John Braisted, mariner
William Braisted, mariner
John Braisted, mariner
Edward Bright, merchant
James Brown, labourer
Joseph Brown, blacksmith
James Brown, tallow chandler
William Brown, labourer
Charles Bull, shipwright
William Bulley, shoemaker
Richard Bulley, tailor
John Burchell, butcher
William Burridge, mariner
Alfred Busbridge, brewer
John A Bygrave, grocer
John Lay Bygrave, farmer
Robert Bygrave, merchant
Richard Bygrave, grocer
Thomas Carter, labourer
Daniel Chipperfield, shopkeeper
James Clapton, tailor
Mihill Clark, mariner
William Clarke jnr., soap boiler
John Clarke, labourer
William Clarke, porter
Stephen Clarke, cordwainer
James Clarke, labourer
William Clarke, labourer

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Henry Coape, gentleman
William Codd, esquire
Samuel Cole, servant
John Lewis Cook, carpenter
James Cook, carpenter
William Cook, carpenter
John Coolege, mariner
Reuben Cottee, innkeeper
James Green Cotton, shipwright
William Cracknell, sawyer
Richard Devenish, cordwainer
Robert Devenish, lime burner
James Devenish, servant
Michael Dillon, confectioner
James Downes, blacksmith
Thomas Drake, schoolmaster
Joseph Charles Driffield, clerk
John Dunnett, pipe maker
Thomas Durden, shipwright
John Edwards, basketmaker
George Quilter Edwick, yeoman
William Eve, mariner
Thomas Eve, mariner
Thomas Eve, mariner
Edward Everard, carpenter
William Everard, merchants clerk
William Everard, victualler
Thomas Francis, gentleman
Joshua Francis, gentleman
William Gepp, blacksmith
John Herridge Gill, gardener
Thomas Gill, gardener
Joseph Gill gardener
John Gill, ostler
John Green, sawyer
John Jeffery Gurton, shipwright
Joseph Guymer, mariner
William Hammond, cordwainer
Peter Hammond, gardener
William Lawrence Hance, solicitor
John Strutt Hance, esquire
Richard Handley, labourer
John Handley, mariner
Abraham Handley, mariner
John Hansell, mariner
Isaac Harris, mariner
George Harris, porter
Thomas Cooch Hart, linen draper
Lake William Hatch, grocer
John Hayward, wheelwright
William Hearn, glazier
George Hearn, glazier
John Hearn, shopkeeper
John Hewitt, porter
James Hewitt, porter
Francis Hodgson, tailor
Charles Holroyd, gentleman
James Horton, grocer
Charles How, cordwainer
John Hunnable, cordwainer
Thomas Jay, collar maker
Jeremiah Jewby, blacksmith
Robert Knight, grocer
Edward Knight, ironmonger
Philip Knight, mariner
John Knopp, butcher
Nathaniel Lappage, mariner
Joshua Lappage, porter
William Lawrence, esquire
James Lawrence, water bailiff
Henry Lawrence, mariner
William Layzell, shoemaker
Thomas Platt Livermore, cordwainer
John Livermore, bricklayer
Abraham Livermore, cordwainer
Stephen Livermore, cordwainer

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