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Tarvin Poor Law Union

The Tarvin Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1870, under the terms of the Poor Law Amendment Act, 1834, from 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
Aldersey 1870    
Aldford 1870    
Ashton 1870    
Barrow 1870    
Barton 1870    
Broxton 1870    
Bruen Stapleford 1870    
Buerton (Aldford) 1870    
Burton by Tarvin 1870    
Caldecott 1870    
Carden 1870    
Chowley 1870    
Churton by Aldford 1870    
Churton by Farndon 1870    
Churton Heath 1870    
Clotton Hoofield 1870    
Clutton 1870    
Coddington 1870    
Cotton Abbotts 1870    
Cotton Edmunds 1870    
Crewe (Farndon) 1870    
Duckington 1870    
Duddon 1870    
Eaton by Chester 1870    
Edge 1870    
Edgerley 1870    
Farndon 1870    
Foulk Stapleford 1870    
Golborne Bellow 1870    
Golborne David 1870    
Grafton 1870    
Great Mollington 1870    
Guilden Sutton 1870    
Handley 1870    
Harthill 1870    
Hatton (Waverton) 1870    
Hockenhull 1870    
Hoole Village 1870    
Horton 1870    
Horton with Peele 1870    
Huntington 1870    
Huxley 1870    
Iddinshall 1870    
Kelsall 1870    
Kingsmarsh 1870    
Lea Newbold 1870    
Little Mollington 1870    
Mouldsworth 1870    
Newton by Tattenhall 1870    
Rowton 1870    
Saighton 1870    
Spital Boughton 1870    
Stretton (Tilston) 1870    
Tarvin 1870    
Tattenhall 1870    
Tilston 1870    
Waverton 1870    
Willington 1870