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Electoral rolls - Badsey, 1851

Notes on the 1851 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
2444 ALLIES, Robert Hill House, Worcester
2445 APPLEBEE, Edward Badsey
2446 BISHOP, William Badsey
2447 BYRD, Thomas Aldington
2448 BYRD, William Badsey
2449 GIBBS, William Knowle Hill
2450 HOLYOAKE, William Badsey
2451 JELFS, Samuel Badsey
2452 JONES, Joseph Badsey
2453 KNIGHT, Robert Aldington
2454 PARKER, William Badsey
2455 PHILLOTT, Charles Cleveland Dawlish, Devon
2456 SHARP, Thomas Bengeworth
2457 SHEAF, Thomas Badsey
2458 SHEPHERD, Thomas 2 Britannia Square, Worcester
2459 SHERWOOD, Charles Aldington
2460 SHERWOOD, Daniel Aldington
2461 SIMPSON, John Evesham
2462 SKINNER, Hopeful South Littleton
2463 SLATTER, John Salford Priors
2464 SMITH, William (Junior) Bowers Hill Farm
2465 STUBBS, William Bowling Green House, Salop
2466 WILSON, Edward No 3 Victoria Terrace, Birmingham