Massachusetts 1806 U.S. House of Representatives, Hampshire South District

U.S. House of Representatives (Federal)
U.S. Congressman
Massachusetts 1806 U.S. House of Representatives, Hampshire South District
First Ballot
U.S. House of Representatives/U.S. Congressman
William Ely, Samuel Fowler, William Eaton, Ezra Starkweather
Candidates: William Ely[1]Samuel FowlerWilliam EatonEzra Starkweather
Final Result: 178112031361
District of Hampshire South178112031361
Hampshire County178112031361
Town of Belchertown10123-1
Town of Blanford5859--
Town of Brimfield39111-
Town of Chester6463--
Town of Easthampton713--
Town of Granby8316--
Town of Granville7881--
Town of Hadley9217--
Town of Holland11117-
Town of Longmeadow9315--
Town of Ludlow1246--
Town of Middlefield4018--
Town of Monson8748--
Town of Montgomery2229--
Town of Northampton164441-
Town of Norwich4810--
Town of Palmer46222-
Town of Russell1318--
Town of South Brimfield2527--
Town of South Hadley7714--
Town of Southampton10711--
Town of Southwick694--
Town of Springfield1245812-
Town of Ware42301-
Town of Westfield48101--
Town of Westhampton56---
Town of West Springfield[2]63176--
Town of Wilbraham70101--
Town of Worthington77592-


[2]The votes in West Springfield were not included in the Official Returns.


Original Election Returns. Massachusetts State Archives, Boston.
West Springfield Town Records. Vol. Three. 157.
Hampshire Federalist (Springfield, MA). November 4, 1806.
Republican Spy (Northampton, MA). November 5, 1806.
Gazette of Maine. Hancock Advertiser (Buckstown, ME). November 26, 1806.
Columbian Centinel. Massachusetts Federalist (Boston, MA). January 17, 1807.
Eastern Argus (Portland, ME). January 22, 1807.
Gazette of Maine. Hancock Advertiser (Buckstown, ME). February 12, 1807.

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