History of South Weald

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Almshouses, South Weald, 1904
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History of South Weald >> Poll of Voters 1836

South Weald voters - 1836 South Essex Election

These are the residents and non-resident landowners of South Weald 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.

Charles Abrey
Charles Almeric Belli
Joseph Bull
George Cumbers
Newman Everett
Joseph Forster
William Francis
Abraham Gardner
John Hirst
Edward Kemp
William Kempster
James Lamming
Joseph S Lescher
Charles T Master
James Matthew
Joseph Mayhew
Thomas Meadowcroft
John Mott
James Pain sen.
James Pain jun.
George Payne
Peter Peacock
William Potipher
Henry Quy
James Saggers
John James Smart
Christopher T Tower
Thomas Turner
James Tyrrell
John Whipps
William Woolland

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South Weald - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

South Weald - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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