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Newport Pagnell Poor Law Union

The Newport Pagnell 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
Astwood 1835    
Bletchley 1835    
Bow Brickhill 1835    
Bradwell 1835    
Bradwell Abbey 1861    
Broughton 1835    
Castle Thorpe 1835    
Chicheley 1835    
Clifton Reynes 1835    
Cold Brayfield 1835    
Emberton 1835    
Fenny Stratford 1835    
Gayhurst 1835    
Great Brickhill 1835    
Great Linford 1835    
Great Woolstone 1835    
Hanslope 1835    
Hardmead 1835    
Haversham 1835    
Lathbury 1835    
Lavendon 1835    
Little Brickhill 1835    
Little Linford 1835    
Little Woolstone 1835    
Loughton 1835    
Milton Keynes 1835    
Moulsoe 1835    
Newport Pagnell 1835    
Newton Blossomville 1835    
Newton Longville 1835    
North Crawley 1835    
Olney 1835    
Olney Park Farm 1861    
Petsoe 1861    
Ravenstone 1835    
Shenley Church End 1835    
Sherington 1835    
Simpson 1835    
Stantonbury 1835    
Stoke Goldington 1835    
Tyringham with Filgrave 1835    
Warrington 1835    
Water Eaton 1835    
Wavendon 1835    
Weston Underwood 1835    
Willen 1835    
Woughton on the Green 1835