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Buckingham Poor Law Union

The Buckingham 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
Addington 1835    
Adstock 1835    
Akeley cum Stockholt 1835    
Barton Hartshorn 1835    
Beachampton 1835    
Boycott 1835    
Buckingham 1835    
Chackmore 1835    
Charndon 1835    
Chetwode 1835    
Edgcott 1835    
Foscott 1835    
Hillesden 1835    
Leckhampstead 1835    
Lillingstone Dayrell 1835    
Lillingstone Lovell 1835    
Luffield Abbey 1858    
Maids Moreton 1835    
Marsh Gibbon 1835    
Middle Claydon 1835    
Padbury 1835    
Pounden 1835    
Preston Bisset 1835    
Radclive 1835    
Shalstone 1835    
Steeple Claydon 1835    
Stowe 1835    
Thornborough 1835    
Thornton 1835    
Tingewick 1835    
Twyford 1835    
Water Stratford 1835