Letter – Michael Harrison – 13 Jul 1839

Document Type: Letter
Date: 13 Jul 1839
Correspondent: Michael Harrison
Archive Source: NRO 2762
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The adjourned Meeting from June 22nd to July 13th of the Rated Inhabitants of the Township of Stanhope was held in the vestry according to such adjournment when it was proposed to take the sense of the meeting whether the Township of Stanhope admits of the repair of a portion of a road from Redburn Gate to Shorngate Cross or not, when it was put to the vote and carried against the repairing any such Road by a Majority of one.


      Michl Harrison


[1 vote each unless otherwise stated]



Thos Ware Junr, N. Philipson, Wm Redshaw, C Dawson, Jno Fairless, St. Thompson, Jos Roddam, Jno Dixon, Wm Wearmouth, Rt Routledge, Jn Wearmouth, Thos Parker, Thos Ward,

Edw Davison, Thos Bell, Wm Allison, Thos Stephenson, Geo Adkinson, Jn Wilson, <Nkl> Oliver, Thos Forster, <Dry> Philipson, Thos Ward Jun, Robt Hogarth, Wm Armstrong, Jos Roddam O, Geo Little, Wm Bowman, Geo Crawhall for Mr Beaumont. [Total] 32 



Wm Bell (2 votes), John Bainbridge, George Vickers, Wm Robinson, Jno Iley, Rob Willis (2), Wm Vickers, Francis Vickers (3), Thos Heads (2), Robt Adamson, Tho. Thompson (3), Thos Vickers (3), Jno Bell (2), John Page, Thos Baty (2), Robt Smithy, (Hen> Bainbridge, Thos Rain, Cuth Bainbridge (5), Michl Harrison  [Total] 33 
NRO 2762 Box C97

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