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Gainsborough Poor Law Union

The Gainsborough Poor Law Union was officially formed in 1837, 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
Beckingham 1837    
Blyborough 1837    
Blyton-cum-Warton 1837    
Bole 1837    
Brampton 1837    
Coates 1837    
Corringham 1837    
East Stockwith 1837    
Fenton 1837    
Fillingham 1837    
Gainsborough 1837    
Gate Burton 1837    
Glentworth 1837    
Grayingham 1837    
Greenhill & Redhill 1861    
Hardwick 1837    
Harpswell 1837    
Haxey 1837    
Heapham 1837    
Hemswell 1837    
Kettlethorpe 1837    
Kexby 1837    
Knaith 1837    
Laughton 1837    
Lea 1837    
Marton 1837    
Misterton 1837    
Morton 1837    
Newton-on-Trent 1837    
Northorpe 1837    
Owston 1838    
Owston Ferry 1912    
Saundby 1837    
Scotter 1837    
Scotton with East Ferry 1837    
Southorpe 1837    
Springthorpe 1837    
Stow 1837    
Sturton and Barnsby 1837    
Thonock 1895    
Torksey 1837    
Upton 1837    
Walkeringham 1837    
Walkerith 1837    
West Burton 1837    
West Butterwick 1838    
West Stockwith 1837    
Wildsworth 1837    
Willingham 1837    
Willoughton 1837