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Teesdale Poor Law Union

The Teesdale 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
Barforth 1837    
Barnard Castle 1837    
Barningham 1837    
Boldron 1837    
Bowes 1837    
Brignall 1837    
Cleatlam 1837    
Cockfield 1837    
Cotherstone 1837    
Egglestone 1837    
Egglestone Abbey 1837    
Forest and Frith 1837    
Gainford 1837    
Gilmonby 1837    
Headlam 1837    
Hilton 1837    
Holwick 1837    
Hope 1837    
Hunderthwaite 1837    
Hutton Magna 1837    
Ingleton 1837    
Langleydale and Shotton 1837    
Langton 1837    
Lartington 1837    
Lunedale 1837    
Marwood 1837    
Mickleton 1837    
Middleton 1837 1894  
Morton Tinmouth 1837    
Newbiggin 1837    
Ovington 1837    
Raby with Keverstone 1837    
Rokeby 1837    
Romandkirk 1837    
Scargill 1837    
Staindrop 1837    
Startforth 1837    
Streatlam and Stainton 1837    
Wackerfield 1837    
Westwick 1837    
Whorlton 1837    
Winston 1837    
Woodland 1837    
Wycliffe with Thorpe 1837