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Stockton-on-Tees Poor Law Union

The Stockton-on-Tees Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1837, 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
Acklam 1837    
Aislaby 1837    
Billingham 1837    
Brierton 1837 1859  
Carlton 1837    
Castle Leavington 1837    
Claxton 1837 1859  
Cowpen Bewley 1837    
Dalton Piercy 1837 1859  
East Hartburn 1837    
Egglescliffe 1837    
Elton 1837    
Elwick 1837 1859  
Elwick Hall 1837 1859  
Greatham 1837 1859  
Hart 1837 1859  
Hartlepool 1837 1859  
High Worsall 1837    
Ingleby Barwick 1837    
Kirk Leavington 1837    
Linthorpe 1837    
Long Newton 1837    
Low Spennymoor 1894    
Low Worsall 1837    
Maltby 1837    
Middlesbrough 1837    
Newsham 1837    
Newton Bewley 1837    
Norton 1837    
Preston 1837    
Redmarshall 1837    
Seaton Carew 1837 1859  
Stanton 1837    
Stockton on Tees 1837    
Stranton 1837 1859  
Thornaby 1837    
Thorpe Bulmer 1837 1859  
Throston 1837 1859  
Whitton 1837    
Wolviston 1837    
Yarm 1837