Mill Voters 1802

Carter, John

There were two mill voters called John Carter, both of Twickenham. They may have been the two John Carters described below.

Carr, Thomas

Thomas Carr of Richmond

Caseley, Samuel

Samuel Caseley of Isleworth - buried 25.11.1813 Isleworth age 38

Byfield, John

John Byfield of Turnham Green plumped for Burdett
JB = 2.1.1757 Chiswick to Ann Wallis their son John born c 1757 bur 27.1.1826 age 69 of Turnham Green wife Mary Ann 1770  / JB shoemaker Turnham Green took appr John Florey 17.10.1782 for 7 yrs / Land Tax 1799 JB occ £1 pa prop Duke of Devonshire £19 pa prop Mr Roberts / JB shoemaker Turnham Green Holdens 1805 / 1851 census at 22 Paradise Pl St Pancras James H Bifield fishmonger age 45 born Turnham Green

Bell, Richard

Richard Bell of Old Brentford
UBD 1791 Richard Bell peruke maker Brentford / 1851 census Eakling High St RB age 88 born Beverley Yorks former broker wife Elizabeth age 80 (this is a tenuous connection)

Bateman, Charles

Charles Bateman of 20 Hart Street, Covent Garden also voted as bird dealer Westminster 1802 Fox & Graham.

Bennett, George (Old Brentford)

George Bennett of Old Brentford
See Bennett, George (Hounslow) / UBD 1791 GB cheesemonger Brentford / Land Tax Ealing 1806 GB £8 pa prop John Jessop / Land Tax Ealing 1792 GB Kings Arms Inn £40 pa prop execs of Abraham Harvest (will PCC 1790 brewer of Ealing) & will PCC 1793 dated 13.9.1787 GB of Brentford in parish of Ealing victualler mentioned Ann B dau of brother Thomas B, brother Henry, wife Mary who proved 10.5.1793

Burrell, James

James Burrell of Dunn Lane, Ealing
Sarah dau of JB & Sarah bapt 17.6.1795 New Brentford / Land Tax 1801 Little Ealing James Burrill house & garden £60 pa prop Mrs Ann Fisher / 1851 census Acton Green JB age 55 born Isleworth market gardener wife Sarah

Buckmaster, Thomas

Thomas Buckmaster of Brentford End plumped for Burdett

Byfield, Edward

Edward Byfield of New Brentford plumped for Burdett