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Shardlow Poor Law Union

The Shardlow 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
Alvaston 1837    
Aston 1837    
Barrow 1837    
Boulton 1837    
Bramcote 1837    
Breadsall 1837    
Breaston 1837    
Breedon 1837    
Castle Donnington 1837    
Chaddesden 1837    
Chellaston 1837    
Chilwell 1837    
Dale Abbey 1837    
Derby Hills 1837    
Diseworth 1837    
Draycote 1837    
Elvaston 1837    
Hemington 1837    
Hopwell 1837    
Isley Walton 1837    
Kegworth 1837    
Kings Newton 1837    
Kingston 1837    
Kirk Hallam 1837    
Langley Priory 1861    
Little Eaton 1837    
Littleover 1837    
Lockington 1837    
Long Eaton 1837    
Melbourne 1837    
Normanton 1837    
Ockbrook 1837    
Osmaston 1837    
Ratcliffe on Soar 1837    
Risley 1837    
Sandiacre 1837    
Sawley 1837    
Shardlow 1837    
Sinfin and Arleston 1838    
Sinfin Moor 1861    
Spondon 1837    
Stanley 1837    
Stanton by Bridge 1837    
Stanton by Dale 1837    
Stapleford 1837    
Swarkestone 1837    
Toton 1837    
West Hallam 1837    
Weston 1837