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CALVERLEY:

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

Calverley-with-Farsley Township


SurnameNameResidenceVoted forNotes
ANDREWSGeorgeFarsleyMorpeth 
BARRITTJonathanCalverley  
BARRONJohnCalverleyWortley 
BROWNJosephCalverley  
CHEETHAMRichardBedford Place, LeedsMorpeth 
CLARKSONJohnPudseyMorpeth 
COATESJosephCalverley MoorMorpeth 
COCKSHOTTJohnFarsleyMorpeth 
COULTONJohnRodleyMorpeth 
CRAVENAbrahamCalverley  
CRAVENBenjaminFarsleyMorpeth 
CROSSLEYJonathanFarsleyWortley 
DOWGILLSamuelFarsleyMorpeth 
DOWGILLThomasFarsleyMorpeth 
DUFFIELDChristopherFarsleyMorpeth 
DUFFIELDRichardFarsleyMorpeth 
EASTWOODJohnCalverleyMorpeth 
ELLWANDRichardPudseyMorpeth 
EMSLEYRobertRodley  
FAIRBANKJohnFarsleyMorpeth 
FARRERJohnPudseyWortley 
FEWSTERCharlesFarsleyWortley 
FOSTERJonasBagley  
GAUNTJohnFarsleyMorpeth 
GAUNTJosephStanningleyMorpeth 
GOTTJohnLeedsWortley 
GRAYWilliamCalverleyMorpeth 
GREENWOODJosephWoodhall HillsWortley 
GREENWOODThomasCalverley MillMorpeth 
GREENWOODWilliamCalverley Mill  
HAINSWORTHAbimelechFarsleyMorpeth 
HAINSWORTHBenjaminFarsleyMorpeth 
HAINSWORTHGeorgeFarsleyMorpeth 
HAINSWORTHJamesSunny Bank, Farsley  
HAINSWORTHJohnFarsleyWortley 
HAINSWORTHJohnSunny Bank, FarsleyMorpeth 
HAINSWORTHSamuelFarsleyMorpeth 
HARDCASTLEJohnArmleyWortley 
HARRISONJamesStanningleyMorpeth 
HARRISONJohnStanningleyMorpeth 
HOLDSWORTHJamesWoodhall HillsMorpeth 
HOLDSWORTHMatthewFarsleyMorpeth 
HOLGATEJamesCalverleyMorpeth 
HOLLINGSSamuelFarsleyMorpeth 
HUDSONWilliamCalverleyWortley 
KEIGHLEYJohnSunny Bank, FarsleyMorpeth 
KENDILLJohnFarsley Did not know for whom to vote
LAWSONWilliamBramleyMorpeth 
MARGERISONJonasWoodhall HillsWortley 
MARSHALLJonathanFarsleyMorpeth 
MARSHALLJosephFarsleyMorpeth 
OVERENDNathanFarsleyMorpeth 
PARKINSONWilliamBramleyMorpeth 
PECKOVERDanielWoodhall HillsMorpeth 
PHILLIPSWilliamApperley Bridge  
REDHEADSamuelCalverleyWortley 
ROBERTSJamesBramleyMorpeth 
ROSSJonathanFarsleyMorpeth 
ROSSJoshuaFarsleyMorpeth 
ROSS, juniorJosephFarsleyMorpeth 
ROSS, seniorJosephFarsleyMorpeth 
SMITHDavidCalverley MillMorpeth 
SMITHJohnFarsleyMorpeth 
SOWDENWilliamStanningley  
SPENCEJosephFarsleyMorpeth 
STRICKLANDWilliamStanningleyMorpeth 
TURNERJamesFarsleyMorpeth 
TURNERJohnFarsleyMorpeth 
TURNERJonathanFarsleyMorpeth 
WADEWilliamFarsleyMorpeth 
WATERHOUSEDavidCalverleyWortley 
WHEATERJosephStanningleyMorpeth 
WOMERSLEYJohnCalverley MoorMorpeth 
WOMERSLEYRichardCalverley MoorMorpeth 

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