History of Witham

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History of Witham >> Poll of Voters 1847

Witham voters - 1847 General Election

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

Edward W. Banks
John Bright
John William Butler
William Butler
Thomas Butler
Thomas Butler
Joseph Howell Blood
Joseph Brand
John Brand
James Beadel
Robert Bretnal
Henry Bullock
John Burton
Rev. John Bramston
Charles Chapple
Samuel Cowell
John Crump
John Crump, jun.
John Cunnington, jun.
Henry Dixon
William Elmy
Joseph Forster
Robert Fuller
Samuel Fuller
J. Alfred Hardcastle
William Hastings
John Humphries
Robert King
John Lemon
William Wright Lenard

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William Nash
Jacob H. Pattisson
John Philbrick
Robert Polley
Firmin Potto
Josiah Sanders
Alfred Saver
Joseph Schooling
William Shelly
Thomas H. Shoebridge
William Simpson
Edward Smith
George Tailer
H. James Thomason
Thomas Tomkin
Arthur Tuff
Daniel Till
William Valentine
William Watson
Henry I. White
Alfred John Wigan
Thomas Wiglesworth

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