History of Sible Hedingham

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Alderford Mill, Sible Hedingham, 1960
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History of Sible Hedingham >> Poll of Voters 1847

Sible Hedingham voters - 1847 General Election

These are the residents and non-resident landowners of Sible Hedingham who voted in the 1847 general election. Source: Essex Standard 20 August 1847.

Henry Bell
Joseph Bell
Thomas Bishop jun.
William Brand
Thomas Bridge
Rev. C.P. Burney
William Carr
George Carter
John Cock
Edward Cock
Henry Conway
George Downs
Frederick Fairbank
William Farrow
Richard Fitch
Charles Flack
William V. Fowke
John Green
William Grubb
William Gunn
William Hale
William Hale
Charles A. Hilton
John Hubbard
Samuel Kemp
William King jun.
William Leonard
Joseph Moss
John Moss
Daniel Nash
Joseph Newborn
Samuel Nott
John Orbell
John Osborn
Charles Rallings
David Rist
David Sampson
Thomas Choate Savill
William Seymour
Joseph Smith
Samuel Smith
John Spurgeon jun.
Clement Spurgeon
Joseph Spurgeon
Matthew Staines
Samuel Stammers
John Taylor
Eglonton Thorn
Bacon William Wigson
Thomas Willis

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