History of St Osyth

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History of St Osyth >> Poll of Voters 1847

St Osyth voters - 1847 General Election

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

Benjamin Baker
Carrington W. Blyth
William Wilson Blyth
Abraham Carter
James Chaplin
R. Dodson Cheveley
Martin Cook
Edward Cole
William Coe
Thomas Cooper
Henry Darby
James Dean
Samuel Dean
James Demaid
James Dunnett
James Elliott
Henry Ferris
Joseph Fisk
George Gardner
Ireland Graham
John Gilders
John Hamby
Thomas Hart
Benjamin Jaggard
Henry Laws
William Matson
William Matthews
W. Frederick Nassan
James Newcomb
Henry Norman
James Parsons
John Potter
Robert Salmon
William C. Simpson
John Sloughgrove
Peter Thompson
Samuel Watsham
H. Roycroft Wilson

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St Osyth - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798

St Osyth - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805

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