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Hereford Poor Law Union

The Hereford 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
Aconbury 1836    
Allensmore 1837    
Amberley 1836    
Bartestree 1836    
Boulston 1836    
Breinton 1836    
Burghill and Tillington 1836    
Callow 1836    
Clehonger 1836    
Credenhill 1836    
Dewsall 1836    
Dindor 1836    
Dinmore 1858    
Dormington 1836    
Eaton Bishop 1837    
Fownhope 1836    
Grafton 1836    
Hampton Bishop 1836    
Haywood 1858    
Hereford All Saints 1836    
Hereford St John Baptist 1836    
Hereford St Martin 1836    
Hereford St Nicholas 1836    
Hereford St Owen 1836    
Hereford St Peter 1836    
Holmer and Shelwich 1836    
Horn Lacy 1836    
Huntington 1836    
Kenchester 1836    
Little Birch 1836    
Little Dewchurch 1836    
Lower Bullingham 1836    
Lugwardine 1836    
Marden 1836    
Mordiford 1836    
Morton-on-Lug 1836    
Much Birch 1836    
Much Dewchurch 1836    
Pipe and Lyde 1836    
Preston Wynne 1836    
Stoke Edith 1836    
Stretton Sugwas 1836    
Sutton St Michael 1836    
Sutton St Nicholas 1836    
The Vineyard 1862    
Tupsley 1836    
Upper Bullingham 1836    
Upper Bullingham 1836    
Wellington 1836    
Westhide 1836    
Weston Beggard 1836    
Withington 1836