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Cirencester Poor Law Union

The Cirencester 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
Ampney Crucis 1836    
Ampney St Mary 1836    
Ampney St Peter 1836    
Bagendon 1836    
Barnsley 1836    
Baunton 1836    
Brimpsfield 1836    
Cirencester 1836    
Coates 1836    
Colesbourne 1836    
Daglingworth 1836    
Down Ampney 1836    
Driffield 1836    
Duntisbourne Abbots 1836    
Duntisbourne Lyre 1836    
Edgeworth 1836    
Elkstone 1836    
Fairford 1836    
Harnhill 1836    
Heatherop 1836    
Kemble 1836    
Kempsford and Welsford 1836    
Maisey Hampton 1836    
Marston Maisey 1836    
North Cerney 1836    
Poole Keynes 1836    
Poulton 1836    
Preston 1836    
Quennington 1836    
Redmarton 1836    
Rendcomb 1836    
Sapperton 1836    
Shorncote 1836    
Siddington 1836    
Somerford Keynes 1836    
South Cerney 1836    
Stratton 1836    
Syde 1836    
Winston 1836