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Caistor Poor Law Union

The Caistor 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 dissolved in 1930.

Town or ParishFromToNotes
Ashby-cum-Fenby 1836    
Atterby 1836    
Aylesby 1836    
Barnoldby-le-Beck 1836    
Beelsby 1836    
Bigby 1836    
Bishop Norton 1836    
Bradley 1836    
Brigsley 1836    
Buslingthorpe 1836    
Caibourn 1836    
Caistor 1836    
Claxby 1836    
Clee 1836    
Cleethorpe 1836    
Clixby 1836    
Croxby 1836    
Cuxwold 1836    
East Ravendale 1836    
East Torrington 1836    
Glentham 1836    
Grapby 1836    
Grat Coates 1836    
Great Grimsby 1836    
Haborough 1836    
Hatcliffe 1836    
Hawerby with Beesby 1836    
Healing 1836    
Holton-le-moor 1836    
Humberton 1836    
Immingham 1836    
Irby 1836    
Keelby 1836    
Kingerby 1836    
Kirmoud-le-mire 1836    
Laceby 1836    
Legesby 1836    
Lessington 1836    
Limber Manga 1836    
Limber Parva with Brocklesby 1836    
Linwood 1836    
Little Coates 1836    
Market-Rasen 1836    
Middle-Rasen 1836    
Nettleton 1836    
Newton-by-Toft 1836    
Normanby-on-the-Wold 1836    
North Kelsey 1836    
North Owersby 1836    
North Willingham 1836    
Osgodby with Kirkby 1836    
Riby 1836    
Rothwell 1836    
Scartho 1836    
Searby-cum-Owmby 1836    
Six Hills 1836    
Snitterby 1836    
Somerby 1836    
South Kelsey 1836    
South Owersby 1836    
Stainton-le-Vale 1836    
Stallingborough 1836    
Swallow 1836    
Swinhope 1836    
Tealby 1836    
Thoresway 1836    
Thorganby 1836    
Thornton-le-moor 1836    
Toft 1836    
Usselby 1836    
Waddingham 1836    
Walesby 1836    
Waltham 1836    
West Rasen 1836    
West Ravendale 1836    
Wold Newton 1836