Names from Chartism: A New History

This page lists 432 people named in Chartism: A New History. The list includes well known Chartist leaders and relatively obscure supporters of the Chartist movement, politicians and others whose lives either shaped or were in some way shaped by Chartism.

It should, of course, be noted that not all those named supported the Chartist movement. Among those in the index are, for example, “Victoria, Queen” and “Wellington, Duke of”.

The list is reproduced with the kind permission of Dr Malcolm Chase, Professor of Social History at the University of Leeds and author of Chartism: A New History.

Download in Excel: Index from Chartism – A New History.

Malcolm Chase's names index from Chartism: A New History

NameNotes
Adams, William
Aitken, William
Allen, James
Allen, William
Allsop, Thomas
Archibald Alison, Sir
Anderson, John
Ardill, John
Arnold, Richard
Arnott, John
Arran, James
Ashton, William
Attwood, Thomas
Baines, Edward
Bailey, John
Barnes, William
Bassett, James
Bates, John
Bayly, John
Bedford, Dr James
Beesley, William
Bell, John
Benbow, William
Beniowski, B.
Bennett, John
Berlioz, Hector
Bernard, James
Binns, George
Birks(Sheffield Chartist)
Black, George
Blakey, Robert
Boardman (Sheffield Chartist)
Boden, Fanny
Bolivar, Simon
Booker, Thomas
Bowkett, Thomas Edward
Bray, John Francis
Brewster, Patrick
Bright, John
Brook, Joseph
Brooke, William
Brooker, Charles
Brophy, Peter
Brown, Edward
Bunting, Jabez
Bunyan, John
Burdett, Francis
Burley, Edward
Burnley
Burns, Robert
Burns, William
Burrows(Bradford Chartist)
Bussey, Peter
Byron, George
Cade, Jack
Campbell, John(Chartist)
Campbell, Sir John
Candelet, George
Cardo, William
Carlile, Richard
Carpenter, William
Carrier, William
Carter, Robert Meek
Carter, Samuel
Cartwright, John
Chadwick, William
Churchill, John
Clark, Thomas
Clayton, John
Clayton, Nancy
Cleave, John
Clifford, John
Close, Revd Francis
Clubb, Henry n
Cobbett, James
Cobbett, John
Cobbett, William
Cobden, Richard
Cochrane, Charles
Collins, John
Collins, John Anderson
Cook, Sam
Cook (Stroud Chartist)
Coulier, Monsieur
Crabtree, Joseph
Craig, Hugh
Crawford, W. S.
Cripps, William
Cromwell, Oliver
Crowe, Robert
Croxton, Richard
Cudlippe, George
Cuffay, William
D-- Eliza
Darbishire, Charles
Davenport, Allan
Davis, George
Dawson, Ann
Dawson, Isaac
Dawson, family of Marcham
Dawson, John
Dawson, Jonathan
Dawson, Sarah Ann
Dawson, William (Chartist)
Dawson, William(informer)
Deegan, John
Devyr, Thomas
Dewhurst, James
Dickens, Charles
Disraeli, Benjamin
Dixon, William
Donovan, Daniel
Douglas, Robert
Douglass, Frederick
Dowling, William
Doyle, Christopher
Drake, William
Duffy, Charles Gavan
Duffy, David
Duffy, James
Duncan, Abram
Duncombe, Thomas Slingsby
Dunning, Thomas
Durham, Lord
Dutton, Martha
Dyott, William
Edmonds, George
Edwards, Colonel John
Edwards, William
Egerton, Lord Francis
Elliott, Ebenezer
Emmett, Robert
Engels, Frederick
Etzler, John
Ewart, William
Farish, William
Ferriday, Mary & William
Fielden, John
Filden, Charles
Finlen, James
Fleming, George
Fletcher, Matthew
Flinn, George
Fox, Barclay
Fraser, John
Frost, John
Frost, Mary
Frost, Thomas
Fussell, John
Gammage, Robert
Garrison, William Lloyd
Gaskell, Elizabeth
George, John
Gill, William
Gillespie, Thomas
Gladstone, William
Goddard, Henry
Gould, William
Goulding, Joseph
Grady, Joe
Grassby, Mary
Graham, Sir J.
Gray, Basil
Green, Frederick
Greville, Charles
Grey, Sir George
Grime, Ben
Grimshaw, William
Grocott, William
Groves, Mary Ann
Hampden, John
Hanson. Abram and Elizabeth
Hanson, Feargus O'Connor
Hardy, Robert
Hardy, Thomas
Harney, George Julian
Harrison, James
Hartly, James
Hartwell, Robert
Heavisides, Henry
Henningsen, Charles
Hetherington, Henry
Heyworth, Lawrence
Hibbert, Julian
Hill, William
Hobhouse, John Cam
Hobson, Joshua
Hodgson(Bradford Chartist)
Hoey, Peter
Hofer,
Hogarth, William
Holberry, Samuel
Holmes, Feargus O'Connor
Holyoake, G .J.
Hooson, Edward
Howell, George
Howitt, William
Hughes, Henry
Hughes, Thomas
Hume, Joseph
Hunt, Henry
Hutchinson, Alexander
Hutton, Emmanuel
Jacobs, Samuel
Jackson, John
John, David
Johnson, Colonel W A
Jones, Charles
Jones, Ernest
Jones, William
Jude, Martin
Kingsley, Charles
Knight, John
Kydd, Samuel
Lacey, William
Lawson, Joseph
Leach, John
Lee, Charles
Leno, J. B.
Leveson-Gower, Frederick
Linney, Joseph n
Linton, W. J.
Litherland, Catherine
Livesey, Thomas
Loveless, George
Lovett, William
Londonderry, Lord
Looney, Frank
Lowery, Robert
Ludlow, J. M.
Mabbot, Feargus O'Connor
McCarthy, Daniel
Mackay, Charles
McCartney, Bernard
McDouall, Peter
McFadyen, Allan
Mackay, Donald
McRae, John
McGrath, Philip
Mackay, Charles
Mackay, Donald
Macaulay, Lord
Macerone, Francis
Mantle, George
Markham, John
Marsden, Richard
Marshall, James (Sheffield)
Marshall, James Garth (Leeds)
Martin, Walsingham
Martin, William
Marvell, Andrew
Marx, Karl
Mason, John
Massey, Gerald n
Matthew, Father
Matthew, Patrick
Maule, Fox
Maw, James
Mayne, Sir Richard
Mazzini, Giuseppe
Mead, E. P. (‘Commodore')
Meagher, Thomas -
Melbourne, Lord
Miall, Edward
Mills, James
Milton, John
Mitchel, John
Mitchell (Rochdale Chartist)
Moir, James
Moore, Richard
Morris, William
Morrison, David
Muirhouse, William
Muntz, Philip
Muntz, George
Murphy, Thomas
Murray, John
Napier, General Charles
Neesom, Charles
Neesom, Elizabeth
Newton, William
Nightingale, Edward
Normanby, Lord
Oastler, Richard
O'Brien, James Bronterre
and Chartist strategy
O'Brien, William Smith
O'Connell, Daniel
O'Connor, Arthur
O'Connor, Feargus
O'Connor, Frank (Francisco) Burdett
O'Connor, Harriet
O'Higgins, Patrick
O'Neill, Arthur
Osbourne, James
Otley, Richard
Owen, J. M.
Owen, Robert
Paine, Thomas
Palmer, Thomas
Palmerston, Lord
Parry, John Humffreys
Pattison, William
Pease, Elizabeth
Peddie, Robert
Peel, Lady Julia
Peel, Sir Robert
Penthorpe, Thomas
Phillips, Thomas
Philp, Robert Kemp
Pilling, Elizabeth
Pilling, James
Pilling, Richard
Pilling, William
Pitkethly, Lawrence
Place, Francis
Potts, William
Powell, Thomas (Chartist)
Powell, Thomas (informer)
Powlett, John
Pratt, Tidd
Preston, Thomas
Price, William
Prophett, Benjamin
Radcliffe, Joseph
Reading, T. R.
Rees, David
Rees, John
Reeve, Henry
Revans, John
Reynolds, G.W.M.
Richards, John
Richardson, Reginald
Rider, William
Ridley, Ruffy (aka Daniel William Ruffey)
Roberts, W. P.
Robertson, Duncan
Roebuck, John
Rooke, Thomas
Ross, Henry -
Ruffey, Daniel William see Ridley, Ruffy
Russell, Lord John
Rushton, Benjamin
Salt, Thos
Sanger family
Sankey, William Villiers
Schofield, Revd James
Sharp, Alexander
Shaw, John
Shell, George
Shelley, Percy Bysshe
Shellard, William
Sidaway, Thomas
Sidney, Algernon
Sillett, John
Skevington, John
Smart, T. R.
Smiles, Samuel
Smith, James
Smyth, John W. n
Somerville, Alexander
Spence, Thomas
Spurr, Richard
Stallwood, Edmund
Stansfield, Hamer
Stephens, Joseph Rayner
Stevenson, Matthew
Stott, Benjamin
Stradling, Alexander
Sturge, Joseph
Sweet, James
Taylor, James (Ashton)
Taylor, James (Rochdale)
Taylor, Dr John
Taylor, Pringle
Theobald, Mrs
Tell, William
Thackeray, William
Thomason, William
Thompson, George
Thompson, Perronet
Thompson, Samuel
Thorne, Will
Thorogood, John
Tilley, Richard
Tindal, Sir Nicholas
Tippins, Isaac -
Tooke, John Horne
Tristan, Flora -
Turner, James
Tyler, Watt
Urquhart, David
Vernon, William
Victoria, Queen
Vietinghoff, Joseph
Vincent, Henry
Volney, Count
Wade, Arthur
Wallace, William
Wallas, Graham
Walmsley, Joshua
Walter, John -
Warden, John
Washington, George
Watkin, Absalom
Watkins, John
Watson, James
Wedderburn, Robert
Weerth, Georg
Wellington, Duke of
Wells, William
West, John
West, John
Wharton, Thomas
Wheeler, Thomas Martin n
Whitaker, J. P.
Whittaker, Dr J. W.
White, George
Whitehead, George
Whitmore, William
Wilkes, John
Williams, James
Williams, Joseph
Williams, William
Williams, Zephaniah
Wilson, Benjamin
Wilson, John
Winters, Thomas
Wolstenholme, James
Wood, Sir Charles
Yates, Jeremiah