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BOLTON: Bolton Poll, 1835

The Poll for a Knight of the Shire for the West Riding of Yorkshire on Monday May 11 and Tuesday May 12. 1835

Taken by Richard Henry Roundell, Esq. High Sheriff of the County of York and his deputies

Candidates:

The Right Honourable George William Frederick Howard (commonly called Lord Viscount Morpeth)

and

The Honourable John Stuart Wortley

Lord Morpeth won by a majority of 2807

Bradford Polling District Booth No. 3

Bolton Township


SurnameFirst Name/sResidenceVoted for:
BARRACLOUGHWilliamBoltonWortley
BERRYJamesBoltonWortley
BINNSJosephBoltonWortley
BOLTONWilliamBradfordMorpeth
CANSFIELDWilliamBoltonWortley
CROWTHERJohnBoltonMorpeth
GANTBenjaminBolton Low Fold-----
GREENHOWJosephBoltonWortley
HAIGHSamuelBoltonWortley
HODGSONThomasBoltonWortley
HOLMESBenjaminBoltonMorpeth
HOLMESJohnBoltonMorpeth
HUSTLERJohnBolton HouseMorpeth
LISTERGeorge ThompsonBoltonWortley
MORTIMERBenjaminBoltonMorpeth
MYERSIsaacBoltonMorpeth
PARKINSONJosephMarket Street, BradfordWortley
PEARSONJohnAllertonMorpeth
PEARSONWilliamThorntonMorpeth
SOWDENWilliamBoltonMorpeth
WRIGHTJohnBoltonWortley

Transcribed from
A facsimile of a book in York library.
Transcribed by
Marilyn Maybury ©2002