History of Maldon

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Market Hill, Maldon, 1909
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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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William Loker, cordwainer
John Luard, esquire
Charles Matthew, clerk
Joseph Randall Matthews, cordwainer
William Matthews, glover
Alfred May, auctioneer
Charles May, merchant
George May, surgeon
John May, wine merchant
William Mempris, mariner
Barnard Miles, victualler
Charles Minier, mariner
William Minter, mariner
William Hopson Montague, gentleman
William Morris, mariner
Moses Mowday, watchmaker
Thomas Nairn, mariner
George H Nichols, tanner
Stephen Orrell, cabinet maker
William Orrell, cordwainer
Thomas Orrell, gardener
James Palmer, carpenter
Charles Palmer, cordwainer
Robert Palmer, gardener
Thomas Parker, mariner
Joseph Pattisson, 5th Dragoon Guards
Henry Pattisson, bookseller
I K B Pattisson, cabinet maker
Benjamin Pattisson, farmer
Robert Pattisson, gentleman
Joseph Pattisson, gentleman
James Samuel Payne, pilot
John Payne, merchant
William Pearmain, mariner
Edward Pearmain, mariner
Henry Pepper, watchmaker
Thomas Perkins, butcher
Richard Pettit, perfumer
George Philbrick, servant
John Polley jun., cordwainer
William Polley, gentleman
Richard Polley, merchant
William Pond, gentleman
William Pond, tailor
William Porter, cordwainer
James Porter, shipwright
James Raven, mariner
Joseph Raven, mariner
Joseph Henry Rayment, cordwainer
John Smith Rayment, butcher
Thomas Rayment, butcher
Robert William Renall, waterman
James Rivenhall, fisherman
Peter Rogers bankers, clerk
John Rope, gentleman
John Rumsey, baker

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John Sach, gentleman
Isaac Sach, labourer
John Sadd jun., carpenter
John Tagell Sadd, carpenter
Daniel Sadd, carpenter
John Salmon, gardener
Edward Scribbins, mariner
James Selby, labourer
John Seymour, fisherman
Thomas Shynn, bankers clerk
James Shynn, innkeeper
William Simmonds, veterinary surgeon
George Simpson, labourer
Robert Simpson, porter
James Smith jun., currier
Thomas Martin Smith, cordwainer
John Smith, carpenter
James Smith, carter
Robert Smith, currier
Thomas Smith, currier
John Smith, currier
Thomas Smith, jobber
John Sparks, gentleman
W A Stebbings, fisherman
Joseph Stebbings, mariner
Thomas Stafford Steward, cordwainer
William Steward, cordwainer
John Steward, cordwainer
William Steward, cordwainer
Joseph Stock, labourer
James Stratford, gardener
William Stratford, gardener
Samuel Stratford, gardener
Abraham Stratford, shipwright
Francis Syrett, innkeeper
Charles Tavemer, mariner
Isaac Taverner, gardener
James Taylor, ship builder
Robert Taylor, labourer
John Taylor, tailor
James F Tomlinson, surgeon
Thomas Tomlinson, surgeon
Thomas Townsend, labourer
William Unwin, bricklayer
George Wade, barber
John Waikrill, gardener
John Ward, shoemaker
James Warren, mariner
Edward Warren, seaman
James Webb, labourer
William Webb, servant
Frederic Wedd, tanner
John White, labourer
John White, sawyer
Henry Whitmore, victualler
John Wiggins, sawyer
John Willingale, millwright
S Willingale, shoemaker
John Wilmshurst, draper
William Wright,, blacksmith
William Wright, solicitor
Sampson Wright whitesmith

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