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Electoral rolls - Badsey, 1843-1844

Notes on the 1843-1844 Electoral Roll

The Electoral Roll is currently sorted by electoral number (which is largely alphabetical); 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.

Who could vote in parliamentary elections

Males aged 21 years and over who were 40 shilling per annum freeholders, £10 per annum long lease holders or £50 per annum short leaseholders.

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; policemen during service and for 6 months thereafter; male paupers; commissioners and those who collected Government revenues.



Number Name Address of Voter
2399 ALLIES, Walter St John's, Worcester
2400 ALLIES, Edward Suckley
2401 ALLIES, Jabez London Road, Worcester
2402 ALLIES, William Lower Wick
2403 ALLIES, Robert Bath Road, Worcester
2404 ALLIES, George Bath Road, Worcester
2405 APPLEBEE, Edward Badsey
2406 BISHOP, William Badsey
2407 BYRD, Thomas Aldington
2408 BYRD, William Badsey
2409 COLLETT, William Badsey
2410 COOPER, Henry Willersey
2411 GIBBS, Richard Knowle Hill
2412 GOLD, Joseph Badsey
2413 JELFS, Samuel Badsey
2414 JONES, John Offenham
2415 JONES, John Badsey
2416 JONES, Joseph Badsey
2417 PERKS, Philip Evesham
2418 PHILLOTT, Charles Cleveland Dawlish, Devon
2419 SHEAF, Thomas Badsey
2420 SIMPSON, John Evesham
2421 SKINNER, Hopeful South Littleton
2422 SLATTER, John Salford Priors
2423 SMITH, William (Junior) Bowers Hill Farm
2424 STUBBS, William Salford, Warwickshire
2425 WILSON, Edward Tewkesbury