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Gloucester Poor Law Union

The Gloucester Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1835, 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
Barnwood 1835    
Barton St Mary 1835    
Barton St Michael 1835    
Churchdown 1835    
Down Hatherly 1835    
Elmore 1835    
Hempstead 1835    
Hucclecot 1835    
Lassington 1835    
Littleworth 1835    
Longford St Catherines 1835    
Longford St Mary 1835    
Maismore 1835    
Matson 1835    
North Hamlet 1835    
Norton 1835    
Over Higham and Linton 1835    
Quedgley 1835    
Sandhurst 1835    
South Hamlet 1835    
St Aldates 1835    
St Catherines with Kingholm St Catherines 1835    
St John Baptist 1835    
St Mary de Crypt 1835    
St Mary de Grace 1835    
St Mary de Lode with Kingsholm St Mary 1835    
St Michael 1835    
St Nicholas 1835    
St Owen 1835    
The Holy Trinity 1835    
Tuffley 1835    
Twigworth 1835    
Upton St Leonards 1835    
Ville of Wootton 1835    
Whaddon 1835    
Wootton St Mary 1835