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Ashbourne Poor Law Union

The Ashbourne Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1845, 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
Alkmonton 1845    
Alstonfield 1869    
Ashbourne 1845    
Atlow 1845    
Ballidon 1845    
Biggin 1845    
Blore with Swinescoe 1845    
Bonsall 1845    
Bradbourne 1845    
Bradley 1845    
Brailsford 1845    
Brassington 1845    
Callow 1845    
Calton in Blore 1845    
Calton in Mayfield 1845    
Calton in Waterfall 1845    
Calwich 1845    
Carsington 1845    
Clifton and Compton 1845    
Eaton and Alsop 1845    
Edlaston and Wyaston 1845    
Ellastone 1845    
Fenny Bentley 1845    
Hartington 1845    
Hognaston 1845    
Hollington 1845    
Hopton 1845    
Hopton and Griffe Grange 1858    
Hulland 1845    
Hungry Bentley 1845    
Ible 1845    
Ilam 1845    
Kirk Ireton 1845    
Kniveton 1845    
Lea Hall 1845    
Longford 1845    
Mappleton 1845    
Mayfield 1845    
Mercaston 1845    
Middleton by Wirksworth 1845    
Musden Grange 1858    
Newton Grange 1845    
Offcote and Underwood 1845    
Okeover 1845    
Osmaston 1845    
Parwich 1845    
Prestwood 1845    
Ramshorn 1845    
Rodsley 1845    
Shirley 1845    
Snelston 1845    
Stanton 1845    
Sturston 1845    
Stydd 1845    
Thorpe 1845    
Tissington 1845    
Waterfall 1845    
Wetton 1869    
Woodhouses 1845    
Wootton 1845    
Yeaveley 1845    
Yeldersley 1845