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Aylesbury Poor Law Union

The Aylesbury Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1835, under the terms of the Poor Law Amendment Act, 1834.

The table below provides a list of the parishes and places contained within this Union. Where there is no To date it should be assumed that the parish or place was in this union until the Poor Law Unions were disolved in 1930.

Town or ParishFromToNotes
Ashendon 1835    
Aston Abbots 1835    
Aston Clinton 1835    
Aston Sandford 1835    
Aylesbury 1835    
Bierton 1835    
Buckland 1835    
Chearsley 1835    
Cholesbury 1835    
Creslow 1835    
Cublington 1835    
Cuddington 1835    
Dinton 1835    
Drayton Beauchamp 1835    
Fleet Marston 1835    
Grendon Underwood 1835    
Haddenham 1835    
Halton 1835    
Hardwick 1835    
Hartwell 1835    
Hawridge 1835    
Hulcote 1835    
Kingswood 1835    
Ludgershall 1835    
Nether Winchendon 1835    
Oving 1835    
Pitchcott 1835    
Quainton 1835    
Quarrendon 1835    
Rowsham 1835    
Shipton Lee 1835    
Stoke Mandeville 1898    
Stone 1835    
Upper Winchendon 1835    
Waddesdon 1835    
Walton 1835    
Weedon 1835    
Westcott 1835    
Weston Turville 1835    
Whitchurch 1835    
Wingrave 1835    
Woodham 1835    
Wootton under Wood 1835