This volume contains a miscellany of records relating to the Abingdon Poor Law Union. These include a Register of Deaths between 1866 and 1894, an Order for Custody of Children 1903, an Order for the appointment of a Guardian for a bastard child 1874 and a collection of Pauper Examinations and Removal Orders dated between 1883 and 1920.  The Abingdon Poor Law Union was formed on 1st January 1835, enlarged on 6th October 1835, and comprised the parishes of Abingdon St. Helen, Abingdon St. Nicholas, Appleton and Eaton, Besselsleigh, Cumnor, Drayton (including Sutton Wick), Fyfield, Garford, Kingston Bagpuize, Lyford, Marcham (including Frilford), Milton, North Hinksey, Radley (including Bagley Wood), South Hinksey, Steventon, Sunningwell, Sutton Courtney (including Appleford), Tubney, Wootton and Wytham [all Berkshire] and Binsey, Chiselhampton, Clifton Hampden (including Burcott), Culham, Drayton, Nuneham Courtney, Sandford and Stadhampton [all Oxfordshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Bradfield Union - Workhouse Births/Baptisms and Deaths/Burials 1835-1900.

This booklet contains a transcription of several records relating to the Bradfield Union held at Berkshire Record Office - Register of Births 1836-1862, Register of Baptisms 1845-1900, Register of Deaths 1835-1842, Register of Burials 1845-1900 and a Register of Affiliations 1853-1864.  The Bradfield Poor Law Union was formed on 2 March 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Aldermaston, Ashampstead, Basildon, Beenham, Bradfield, Bucklebury, Burghfield, Englefield, Frilsham, Padworth, Pangbourne, Purley, Stanford Dingley, Stratfield Mortimer, Streatley, Sulham, Sulhamstead Abbots, Sulhamstead Bannister, Tidmarsh, Tilehurst, Ufton and Yattendon [all Berkshire] and Goring, Mapledurham and Whitchurch [all Oxfordshire].   

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This volume contains a transcription of some of the records created by the Bradfield Poor Law Union.  These include a Register of Informations and Complaints against paupers between 1835 and 1846, a Register of Admissions and Discharges for Bradfield Union School between September 1850 and March 1853, a Paupers' Service Book between 1851 and 1911, and abstracts from the Boarding Out Committee Minutes between 1911 and 1915.  
The Bradfield Poor Law Union was formed on 2 March 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Aldermaston, Ashampstead, Basildon, Beenham, Bradfield, Bucklebury, Burghfield, Englefield, Frilsham, Padworth, Pangbourne, Purley, Stanford Dingley, Stratfield Mortimer, Streatley, Sulham, Sulhamstead Abbots, Sulhamstead Bannister, Tidmarsh, Tilehurst, Ufton and Yattendon [all Berkshire] and Goring, Mapledurham and Whitchurch [all Oxfordshire].  

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FULL TITLE:  Cookham Union - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1836-1868.

This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving birth and death registers relating to the Cookham Union held at Berkshire Record Office.  The Cookham Poor Law Union was formed on 20 July 1835 and comprised the parishes of Bisham, Bray, Cookham, Hurley, Shottesbrook, Waltham St. Lawrence and White Waltham.  With the growth of the town of Maidenhead, which was situated partly in Cookham and partly in Bray parish, the Union was renamed Maidenhead in 1896.

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FULL TITLE:  Easthampstead Union - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1849-1914. 

This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving birth and death registers relating to the Easthampstead Union held at Berkshire Record Office.  The Easthampstead Poor Law Union was formed on 27 July 1835 and comprised the parishes of Binfield, Easthampstead, Sandhurst, Warfield and Winkfield with Ascot. 

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FULL TITLE:  Hungerford Union - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1866-1914 and Paupers' Service Book 1877-1917.

This booklet contains a transcription of three records relating to the Hungerford Union held at the Berkshire Record Office - Registers of Births and Deaths for 1866-1914 and a Paupers' Service Book 1877-1917.  Each entry in the Register of Births includes the child's date of birth, sex, the name of the parents or mother, and from what parish the parent was admitted.  Some entries also state when and where the child was baptised and in what name baptised.  Each entry in the Register of Deaths includes the date of death, name and age of deceased, the parish to which he/she belonged, when and where buried and by whom or at whose expense.  The Paupers' Service Book is a register of children placed in work or training between 1877 and 1917.  The children, both boys and girls, were aged between eight and eighteen years.  Most of them were engaged to serve local tradesmen and farmers.  The Hungerford Poor Law Union was formed on 1 May 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Avington, East Garston, East Shefford, Inkpen, Kintbury, Lambourn, West Shefford and West Woodhay [all Berkshire], Aldbourne, Baydon, Buttermere, Froxfield, Great Bedwyn, Ham, Little Bedwyn and Ramsbury [all Wiltshire] and Chilton Foliatt, Hungerford and Shalbourne [part Berkshire, part Wiltshire].  Combe [Hampshire] was added later in 1835 and Tidcombe [Wiltshire] in September 1836.  Hippenscombe [Wiltshire] was added in September 1858.    

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FULL TITLE:  Newbury Union - Workhouse Births 1836-1909 and Deaths 1868-1909.

This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving birth and death registers relating to the Newbury Union held at Berkshire Record Office.  The Newbury Poor Law Union was formed on 7 April 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Boxford, Brimpton, Chieveley, Enborne, Greenham, Hampstead Marshall, Leckhamstead, Midgham, Newbury, Sandleford, Shaw cum Donnington, Speen, Thatcham, Wasing, Welford, Winterbourne and Woolhampton [all Berkshire] and Newtown [Hampshire].  Cold Ash, a parish created in 1865 from Thatcham, was added in 1894.

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This volume contains a miscellany of records relating to the Wallingford Poor Law Union.  These include a Register of Births between 1909 and 1913, a Register of Deaths between 1909 and 1914, an Admission and Discharge Book for the Cottage Homes for the period April 1908 to September 1910, and two volumes of Cottage Homes Indoor Relief Lists for the periods Michaelmas 1900 to Lady Day 1904 and Michaelmas 1910 and Lady Day 1915.  
The Wallingford Poor Law Union was formed on 2nd June 1835 and comprised the parishes of Aston Tirrold, Aston Upthorpe, Brightwell, Cholsey, Didcot, East Hagbourne, Little Wittenham, Long Wittenham, Moulsford, North Moreton, South Moreton, Sotwell, Wallingford All Hallows, Wallingford St. Leonard, Wallingford St. Mary-le-More and Wallingford St. Peter [all Berkshire] and Benson, Berrick Prior, Berrick Salome, Crowmarsh Gifford, Dorchester, Ewelme, Mongewell, Newington, Newnham Murren, North Stoke, South Stoke and Warborough [all Oxfordshire].    

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This volume contains a transcription of some of the information included in the Financial and Statistical Statements for the Wallingford Poor Law Union.  These include Lists of Indoor Paupers, Lists of Outdoor Paupers, and Lists of Pauper Lunatics in Berkshire (Moulsford) and Oxfordshire (Littlemore) Asylums for the years 1895, 1903 and 1912, together with Lists of Servants and Apprentices for the years 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909 and 1912, and a List of Children Boarded Out in 1912.
The Wallingford Poor Law Union was formed on 2nd June 1835 and comprised the parishes of Aston Tirrold, Aston Upthorpe, Brightwell, Cholsey, Didcot, East Hagbourne, Little Wittenham, Long Wittenham, Moulsford, North Moreton, South Moreton, Sotwell, Wallingford All Hallows, Wallingford St. Leonard, Wallingford St. Mary-le-More and Wallingford St. Peter [all Berkshire] and Benson, Berrick Prior, Berrick Salome, Crowmarsh Gifford, Dorchester, Ewelme, Mongewell, Newington, Newnham Murren, North Stoke, South Stoke and Warborough [all Oxfordshire].    

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A transcription of the surviving birth (1836-1913) and death (1835-1866) registers for the Wantage Poor Law Union together with references to Bastardy Cases found in the Guardians Minute Books between 1835 and 1842, Summaries of the Workhouse School Attendance Register for the years 1891, 1892, 1893 and 1894, a register of Boarded-Out children for the period 1906 to 1919, and a Punishment Book for the Cottage Home for the period 1911 to 1919.  The Wantage Poor Law Union was formed on 4th April 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Aldworth, Ardington, Beedon, Blewbury, Brightwaltham, Catmore, Chaddleworth, Childrey, Chilton, Compton, Denchworth, East Challow, East Hanney, East Hendred, East or Market Ilsley, East Lockinge, Farnborough, Fawley, Hampstead Norris, Harwell, Letcombe Bassett, Letcombe Regis, Peasemore, Sparsholt, Upton, Wantage (including Charlton and Grove), West Challow, West Hanney, West Hendred, West Ilsley and West Lockinge [all Berkshire].  Goosey [Berkshire] was added in April 1836.

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FULL TITLE:  Windsor Union - Workhouse Deaths 1835-48 and 1867-88 and Paupers' Service Book 1877-1914. 

This booklet contains a transcription of three records relating to the Windsor Union held at Berkshire Record Office - Register of Deaths for 1835-1848 and 1867-1888 and a Paupers' Service Book 1877-1914.  Each entry in the Register of Deaths includes the date of death, name and age of the deceased, the parish to which he/she belonged, when and where buried and by whom and at whose expense.  The Paupers' Service Book is a register of children placed in work or training between 1877 and 1914.  The children, both boys and girls, were aged between eight and nineteen years.  Although the majority of the children were engaged to serve local tradesmen and farmers some of the boys were placed on naval training ships, in military service or sent to serve the owners of fishing smacks in Great Grimsby and elsewhere.  Between 1890 and 1906 around twenty children were sent to Canada.  The Windsor Poor Law Union was formed on 7 September 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Clewer, New Windsor with Dedworth, Old Windsor and Sunninghill [all Berkshire] and Egham and Thorpe [both Surrey].

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FULL TITLE:  Wokingham Union - Workhouse Deaths 1866-1925.

A transcription of the death registers for the Wokingham Union for the years 1866 to 1925 inclusive.  The Wokingham Poor Law Union was formed on 1 August 1835 and comprised the parishes of Arborfield, Barkham, Finchampstead, Hurst (including Twyford and the Liberties of Newland, Winnersh and Whistley), Ruscombe, Shinfield, Sonning (including Earley Liberty, Woodley and Sandford), Swallowfield, Wargrave and Wokingham [all Berkshire]. 

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This volume contains a transcription of some of the information included in the Financial and Statistical Statements of the Wokingham Poor Law Union.  These include Lists of Indoor Paupers and Lists of Outdoor Paupers for the years 1897, 1902 and 1915, together with Lists of Non-settled Poor, Lists of Children in the District School and Lists of Pauper Lunatics in Moulsford Asylum for the years 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902 and 1915.  Also included are a Register of Births in the Workhouse between 1914 and 1915 and a Register of Baptisms in the Workhouse between 1904 and 1915.  
The Wokingham Poor Law Union was formed on 1 August 1835 and comprised the parishes of Arborfield, Barkham, Finchampstead, Hurst (including Twyford and the Liberties of Newland, Winnersh and Whistley), Ruscombe, Shinfield, Sonning (including Earley Liberty, Woodley and Sandford), Swallowfield, Wargrave and Wokingham [all Berkshire].  

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