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PUDSEY: Transcription of the Voters list for Pudsey, 1741

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The first known contested election in which Pudsey took part was in 1741, the candidates being Cholmeley Turner and George Fox.
The purpose was to fill a vacancy caused by the death of Lord Morpeth.
The poll began on 15th January and was open eight days.
The 54 freeholders from Pudsey voted as follows: -

SurnameNameVoted For
BaileyBenjaminFox
BanksThomasFox
BarracloughJohnFox
BeaumontJohnTurner
BinksBenjaminFox
BowcockJosephFox
BrooksThomasFox
CrummuckJosephFox
DarnbroughJohnFox
DarnobroughJohnFox
DodgsonSamuelTurner
DodgsonWilliamFox
EylesThomasFox
FarrerAbrahamFox
FarrerRobertTurner
FarrarWilliamFox
FentonSamuelFox
FerrandBenjaminFox
HeyRichardFox
HillasSamuel, jnrFox
HillhouseSamuelFox
HimsworthJohnFox
HinchliffeJohnFox
HinchliffeSamuelFox
HinchliffeSamuelTurner
HollingworthThomasTurner
HutchinsonJohnFox
HutchinsonJosephFox
InghamThomasFox
KnewstubJohnFox
LangleyThomasFox
LangleyWilliamFox
LobleyJohnFox
LumbySamuelFox
LumbyWilliamTurner
LumbyWilliam, sen.Turner
MilnerMathewTurner
MossJohnFox
MossSamuelFox
MossWilliamFox
MossWilliamTurner
ProcterJacobFox
ProcterJohnFox
RhodesJosephFox
RyleyWilliamTurner
SmithRobertFox
SnowFrancisFox
TaylorDavidFox
WainmanJohnTurner
WalkerSamuelFox
WillasseyJohnFox
WilsonWilliamTurner
WatsonWilliamTurner
WilsonJeremiahFox

Transcibed from
"The History and Antiquities of Pudsey"
written by Simeon Rayner, published 1887 by Longmans, Green and Co.
Transcribed by
the late David Simpson ©2000