History of Witham

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History of Witham >> Poll of Voters 1826

Witham voters 1826 - Borough of Maldon

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

John Abbott, labourer
Robert Adams, Captain Navy
Thomas W Aldham, Captain
Edward Bright Aldridge, tanner
William Ambler, servant
William Andrews, labourer
John Bickmore, blacksmith
Joseph Brand, shoe maker
John Brand, shoe maker
Joseph Bright, labourer
John Clarke, labourer
Thomas Clarke, ostler
John Clarke, tailor
Thomas Clarke, fellmonger
Abraham Collins, maltster
John Cooper, cooper
William Dines, poulterer
Benj Elmy jun., plumber and glazier
Benjamin Elmy, plumber and glazier
John Elmy, plumber and glazier
William Elmy, plumber and glazier
John French jun., ostler
John French, husbandman
Thomas Garrett, tailor
James Harvey, cordwainer
Daniel Hays, lath-river
William Heard, servant
Joseph Heckford, labourer
John Humphreys, farmer
Henry Humphreys, shoemaker
Samuel Ives, blacksmith
William Joscelyn, labourer
Charles Lewis, glazier
William Wright Luard, esquire
William Matthews, milier
Thomas Newman, labourer
William Henry Pattisson, solicitor
Edward Thomas Polley, saddler
Robert Polley, glazier
James Smith, labourer
Robert Spinks, cordwainer
James Tiffen, malster
Nicholas Todd, labourer
William Todd, labourer
Robert Tomlinson, gentleman
John Trew, plumber
William Trew, tanner
William Trew, tanner
Arthur Tuff, drill man
William Tuff, servant
Samuel Turner, gardener
John Unwin, shoe maker
Samuel Wood, labourer
John Wright, bricklayer

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