History of Maldon
Promenade, Maldon, 1909
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History of Maldon >> Poll of Voters 1836
Maldon voters - 1836 South Essex Election
These are the residents and non-resident landowners of Maldon 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.
J C Driffield
John May sen.
William R Renall
J F Tomlinson
Robert Lee Bridge
Robert C Cullen
C M Handley
William Dawson sen.
William Dawson jun.
Joseph C Eisdell
H W Eve
Rev. Charles Matthew
Joseph Pattison jun.
John C Payne
John Polley jun.
William Pryo Read
John Sadd sen.
John Sadd jun.
Thomas M Smith
Joseph Pryo Wedd
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