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St Thomas Poor Law Union

The St Thomas Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1836, 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
Alphington 1836    
Ashcombe 1836    
Ashton 1836    
Aylesbeare 1836    
Bicton 1836    
Brampford Speke 1836    
Bridford or Bridgeford 1836    
Broad Clist 1836    
Budleigh Salterton 1894    
Christow or Cristow 1836    
Clyst Honiton 1836    
Clyst Hydon 1836    
Clyst St George 1836    
Clyst St Lawrence 1836    
Clyst St Mary 1836    
Colyton Rawleigh 1836    
Doddiscombsleigh 1836    
Dotton 1858    
Dunchideock 1836    
Dunsford 1836    
East Budleigh 1836    
Exminster 1836    
Exmouth 1836    
Faringdon 1836    
Heavitree 1836    
Holcombe Burnell 1836    
Huxham 1836    
Ide 1836    
Kenn 1836    
Kenton 1836    
Littleham 1836    
Lympstone 1836    
Mamhead 1836    
Nether Exe 1836    
Newton Poppleford 1898    
Otterton 1836    
Pinhoe 1836    
Poltimore 1836    
Powderham 1836    
Rewe 1836    
Rockbeare 1836    
Sawton 1836    
Shillingford St George 1836    
St Leonards 1836    
St Thomas 1836    
Stoke Canon 1836    
Tedburn St Mary 1836    
Topsham 1836    
Upton Pyne 1836    
Whimple 1836    
Whitecombe Rawleigh 1836    
Whitestone 1836    
Woodbury 1836