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Bakewell Poor Law Union

The Bakewell Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1838, 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
Abney 1838    
Abney Grange 1838    
Aldwarke 1838    
Ashford 1838    
Bakewell 1838    
Baslow and Bubnell 1838    
Beesley 1838    
Birchover 1838    
Blackwell 1839    
Bradwell 1839    
Brushfield 1838    
Calver 1838    
Chatsworth 1861    
Chelmorton 1838    
Cromford 1838    
Curbar 1838    
Darley Dale 1838    
Edensor 1838    
Elton 1831    
Eyam Woodlands 1838    
Flagg 1838    
Foolow 1838    
Froggart 1838    
Grange Mill 1838    
Gratton 1838    
Great Hucklow 1838    
Great Longston 1838    
Grindlow 1838    
Halzebadge 1838    
Harthill 1838    
Hartington 1838    
Hassop 1838    
Hathersage 1838    
Highlow 1838    
Little Hucklow 1838    
Little Longston 1838    
Litton 1838    
Matlock and Trusley 1838    
Matlock Bath 1894    
Middleton by Youlgreave 1838    
Money Ash 1838    
Nether Haddon 1861    
Nether Padley 1838    
Offerton 1839    
Outseats 1839    
Over Haddon 1838    
Pillsley 1838    
Priestcliff 1838    
Rowland 1839    
Rowsley and Alport 1838    
Sheldon 1838    
Stanton 1838    
Stoke 1838    
Stoney Middleton 1838    
Taddington 1838    
Tansley 1839    
Tideswell 1838    
Wardlow Miers 1838    
Wensley and Snitteston 1838    
Whestone 1838    
Winster 1838    
Youlgreave 1839