History of Tollesbury

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History of Tollesbury >> Poll of Voters 1826

Tollesbury voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon

The Borough of Maldon's poll of voters for 1826 lists the name and occupation of Tollesbury 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.

William Beckwith, wheelwright
James Bowles, labourer
William Bowles, oyster dredger
James Boyton, cordwainer
Robert William Bush, labourer
A P Chatterson, oyster dredger
Francis Chatterson, oyster dredger
William Clarke, dredger
James Coates, dredger
James Coates, oyster dredger
John Cook, farmer
John Cottis, labourer
John Creasy, looker
Richard Crosby, labourer
Joseph Dennish, labourer
John Dines, dredger
Edward Dines, dredger
Thomas Farrow, dredger
William Frost jun., dredger
William Frost, dredger
Thomas Frost, dredger
John Frost, dredger
Thomas Green, labourer
John Hance, fisherman
Abraham Harris, oyster dredger
Robert Hume, labourer
Isaac Levett, mariner
Thomas Lewis, ship carpenter
Zachariah Lewis, wheelwright
Thomas Lewis, ship carpenter
John London, preventive man
George London, preventive man
William London, mariner
Daniel London, oyster dredger
Joseph Martin, mariner
William Nichols, dredger
John Ottley, oyster dredger
William Payne, decoyman
William Payne, fisherman
Robert Payne, mariner
Joseph Pearce, oyster dredger
Joseph Raisin, dredger
John Robert Renall, cordwainer
Abraham Rice, labourer
George Salmon, farmer
George Sheldrake, dredger
Samuel Surrey, cooper
Thomas Surrey, labourer
Timothy Taylor, labourer
John Trew, dissenting minister
William Turner, labourer
William White, carpenter
Thomas Whittams, dredger
Thomas Whittams, labourer
Samuel Wood, gentleman

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