History of Prittlewell
Swan Hall (15th century), Victoria Avenue, Prittlewell.
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History of Prittlewell >> Poll of Voters 1826
Prittlewell voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon
The Borough of Maldon's poll of voters for 1826 lists the name and occupation of Prittlewell 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.
Jonas Asplin, doctor
Abraham Barbrook, labourer
John Carter, blacksmith
John Clarke, labourer
George Francis, butcher
William Francis, gentleman
Richard Francis, tailor
John Goodman, saddler
William Ham, miller
John Hardwick, schoolmaster
John Abbott Kemp, miller
Robert Kemp, grocer
Thomas Lindsell, wheelwright
Henry Million, baker
John Nightingale, labourer
Joseph Piper, labourer
Robert Pond, currier
Peter Pond, tailor
Golden Nehemiah Prentice, gentleman
Thomas Sewell, labourer
Edward Smith, wheelwright
James Sopwith, shopkeeper
Henry Sopwith, surgeon
William Swaine, solicitor
James Watson, miller
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Prittlewell - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Prittlewell - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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