Electoral rolls - Wickhamford, 1891
Notes on the 1891 Electoral Roll
The Electoral Roll is currently sorted by electoral number (ownership voters listed first alphabetically, followed by occupation voters); to sort on Name or Address, simply click on the column heading. To find out further details about the nature of the electoral qualification, click on the number. As a result of the 1888 Local Government Act, people were now able to vote in local government as well as parliamentary elections.
Who could vote in parliamentary elections
Males aged 21 years who were householders or £10 per annum lodgers.
Who couldn’t vote in parliamentary elections
Women; men aged 21 and over who didn’t meet the property requirement; men under 21; aliens; peers; lunatics; postmasters; election agents; male paupers; commissioners and those who collected Government revenues.
|Number||Name||Address of Voter|
|472||LORD, Arthur Edward||Bles Beck, Hallow, Worcester|
|473||LORD, Charles Sylvester||3 Foregate Street, Worcester|
|474||LORD, Frederick John (Rev)||4 Southwold Road, Upper Clapton, London|
|475||LORD, Henry Ingram||3 Foregate Street, Worcester|
|476||LORD, Walter Harold||2nd Worcestershire Regiment|
|477||SMITH, William||Murcott, Gloucestershire|
|480||BULLOCK, Frederick William||Wickhamford|
|488||HOOPER, Frederick||Knowle Hill, Bengeworth, Evesham|
|492||POPE, Joseph||Clarkenleap, Worcester|
|495||SMITH, William||Murcott, Gloucestershire|