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Chester Poor Law Union

The Chester Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1869, under the terms of the Poor Law Amendment Act, 1834, out of Great Boughton Union

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
Bache 1871    
Backford 1871    
Blacon cum Crabhall 1871    
Bridge Trafford 1871    
Capenhurst 1871    
Caughall 1871    
Chester Castle 1869    
Chester Holy and Undivided Trinity 1869    
Chester St Bridget 1869    
Chester St John the Baptist 1869    
Chester St Martin 1869    
Chester St Mary on the Hill 1869    
Chester St Michael 1869    
Chester St Olave 1869    
Chester St Oswald 1869    
Chester St Peter 1869    
Chorlton by Backford 1871    
Christleton 1871    
Claverton 1871    
Croughton 1871    
Dodleston 1871    
Dunham on the Hill 1871    
Eccleston 1871    
Elton 1871    
Great Boughton 1871    
Great Saughall 1871    
Great Stanney 1871    
Hapsford 1871    
Hoole 1871    
Ince 1871    
Lea (Backford) 1871    
Little Saughall 1871    
Little Stanney 1871    
Littleton 1871    
Lower Kinnerton 1871    
Marlston cum Lache 1871    
Mickle Trafford 1871    
Mollington 1871    
Mollington Banastre 1871    
Mollington Tarrant 1871    
Moston 1871    
Newton by Chester 1871    
Picton 1871    
Poulton 1871    
Pulford 1871    
Shotwick 1871    
Shotwick Park 1871    
Stanlow 1871    
Stoke 1871    
Thornton le Moors 1871    
Upton by Chester 1871    
Wervin 1871    
Wimbolds Trafford 1871    
Woodbank 1871