FULL TITLE:  Brixworth Union - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1837-1914.

This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving birth and death registers relating to the Brixworth Union.  The Brixworth Poor Law Union was formed on 9 July 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Boughton, Brington, Brixwoth, Chapel Brampton, Church Brampton, Coton, Cottesbrook, Draughton, East Haddon, Faxton, Great Creaton, Guilsborough, Hanging Houghton, Hannington, Harlestone, Haselbeach, Holcot, Holdenby, Hollowell, Lamport, Little Creaton, Maidwell, Moulton, Old, Pitsford, Ravensthorpe, Scaldwell, Spratton, Teeton and Walgrave [all Northamptonshire].  Cold Ashby, Naseby and Thornby were added on 21 April 1836, Overstone on 29 September 1849, Althorpe and Moulton Park on 25 December 1861 and Mawsley on 25 March 1862.

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records relating to the Hardingstone Poor Law Union.  These include registers of births in the workhouse between 1838 and 1874 and 1915 to 1922, registers of deaths in the workhouse between 1836 and 1874 and 1898 to 1925, a Pauper Lunatic Examination Book for the years 1875 to 1915, and Indoor Relief Lists for the Quarter ending Christmas 1836 and the Half Years ending September 1865 and September 1917.  The Hardingstone Poor Law Union was formed on 20 July 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Brafield on the Green, Castle Ashby, Cogenhoe, Collingtree, Courteenhall, Denton, Great Houghton, Hardingstone, Horton, Little Houghton, Milton Malsor, Piddington with the hamlet of Hackleton, Preston Deanery, Quinton, Roade, Rotherthorpe, Whiston, Wootton and Yardley Hastings [all Northamptonshire].  Far Cotton [Northamptonshire] was added in 1895.  

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This volume contains some of the many records created by the Kettering Poor Law Union including a Register of Births in the Workhouse between 1893 and 1914, a Register of Deaths in the Workhouse for the same time period, extracts from the 'Visitor's Book as to Lunatics in the Workhouse of the Kettering Union' between September 1863 and May 1879, a number of Settlement and Removal Orders dated between 1862 and 1883, extracts from the Minutes of the Boarding Out Committee between 1891 and 1914, and a Register of Aliens containing just four entries between 1916 and 1918.
The Kettering Poor Law Union was formed on 23rd September 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Barton Seagrave, Broughton, Burton Latimer, Corby, Cottingham, Cranford St. Andrew, Cranford St. John, Cransley, Desborough, East Carlton, Geddington, Glendon, Grafton Underwood, Great Oakley, Harrington, Kettering, Little Oakley, Loddington, Newton, Pytchley, Rothwell, Rushton, Stanion, Thorpe Malsor, Warkton and Weekley [all Northamptonshire].  Barford [Northamptonshire] was added in December 1862, Beanfield Lawns [Northamptonshire] in December 1863 and Great Weldon (with Little Weldon) [Northamptonshire] in 1896.      

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FULL TITLE:  Northampton Union Volume One - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1837-1870.

This booklet contains a transcription of some of the surviving birth and death registers relating to the Northamptonshire Union held at the Northamptonshire Record Office, Wootton Hall Park, Northampton, NN4 8BQ.  The Northampton Poor Law Union was formed on 27 August 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Abington, Bugbrooke, Dallington, Duston, Great Billing, Little Billing, Harpole, Kingsthorpe, Kislingbury, Nether Heyford, Northampton All Saints, Northampton St. Giles, Northampton St. Peter, Northampton St. Sepulchre, Upper Heyford, Upton and Weston Favell.  Moulton Park was added in 1837 and removed in 1862.  

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FULL TITLE:  Northampton Union Volume Two - Workhouse Deaths 1889-1915.

This booklet contains a transcription of some of the surviving death registers relating to the Northamptonshire Union held at the Northamptonshire Record Office, Wootton Hall Park, Northampton, NN4 8BQ.  The Northampton Poor Law Union was formed on 27 August 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Abington, Bugbrooke, Dallington, Duston, Great Billing, Little Billing, Harpole, Kingsthorpe, Kislingbury, Nether Heyford, Northampton All Saints, Northampton St. Giles, Northampton St. Peter, Northampton St. Sepulchre, Upper Heyford, Upton and Weston Favell.  Moulton Park was added in 1837 and removed in 1862.  

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FULL TITLE:  Northampton Union Volume Three - Workhouse Births 1870-1910.

This booklet contains a transcription of some of the surviving birth registers relating to the Northamptonshire Union held at the Northamptonshire Record Office, Wootton Hall Park, Northampton, NN4 8BQ.  The Northampton Poor Law Union was formed on 27 August 1835 and initially comprised the parishes of Abington, Bugbrooke, Dallington, Duston, Great Billing, Little Billing, Harpole, Kingsthorpe, Kislingbury, Nether Heyford, Northampton All Saints, Northampton St. Giles, Northampton St. Peter, Northampton St. Sepulchre, Upper Heyford, Upton and Weston Favell.  Moulton Park was added in 1837 and removed in 1862.  

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This booklet contains a miscellany of records relating to the Oundle Poor Law Union.  These include abstracts from the Union Minute Book between 1842 and 1847, a Register of Births between 1877 and 1910, a Register of Deaths between 1848 and 1914, Pauper Lunatics in the Workhouse between 1890 and 1897, Annual Returns of Lunatics between 1854 and 1876, a Register of Pauper Lunatics admitted to Asylums between 1876 and 1908, and Undertakings by Foster Parents between 1883 and 1894.  The Oundle Poor Law Union was formed on 1st December 1836 and comprised the parishes of Apethorpe, Armston, Ashton, Barnwell All Saints, Barnwell St. Andrew, Benefield, Blatherwick, Bulwick, Cotterstock, Deene, Deenethorpe, Fotheringhay, Glapthorn, Great Weldon, Hemington, Kings Cliffe, Lilford, Little Weldon, Luddington, Lutton, Nassington, Oundle, Pilton, Polebrook, Southwick, Stoke Doyle, Tansor, Thorpe Achurch, Thurning, Wadenhoe, Winwick, Wood Newton and Yarwell [all Northamptonshire] and Elton, Great Gidding and Little Gidding [all Huntingdonshire].    

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FULL TITLE:  Peterborough Union - Workhouse Births 1836-1910, Apprentices 1869-1910.

A transcription of the surviving birth registers of the Peterborough Union for the years 1836-1910 and a number of apprenticeship indentures for young persons placed out by the Guardians 1869-1910.  Also included are several applications made by the Relieving Officer for an Order of Detention of a Lunatic in the Workhouse between 1903 and 1910.  The Peterborough Poor Law Union was formed on 3rd December 1835 and comprised the parishes of Borough Fen, Castor (including Ailesworth), Etton, Eye, Glinton, Helpstone, Marholm, Maxey (including Deeping Gate), Newborough, Northborough, Paston (including Gunthorpe, Walton and Werrington), Peakirk, Peterborough (Minster Close Precincts and St. John the Baptist), Sutton and Upton [all Northamptonshire], Alwalton, Caldecote, Chesterton, Denton, Farcett, Fletton, Folksworth, Glatton, Haddon, Holme, Morborn, Overton Longville, Overton Waterville, Stilton, Washingley, Water Newton, Woodstone and Yaxley [all Huntingdonshire], Crowland or Croyland [Lincolnshire], Thorney [Cambridgeshire] and Standground [Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Peterborough Union - Workhouse Deaths 1836-1914.

A transcription of the surviving death registers of the Peterborough Union for the years 1836-1914.  The Peterborough Poor Law Union was formed on 3rd December 1835 and comprised the parishes of Borough Fen, Castor (including Ailesworth), Etton, Eye, Glinton, Helpstone, Marholm, Maxey (including Deeping Gate), Newborough, Northborough, Paston (including Gunthorpe, Walton and Werrington), Peakirk, Peterborough (Minster Close Precincts and St. John the Baptist), Sutton and Upton [all Northamptonshire], Alwalton, Caldecote, Chesterton, Denton, Farcett, Fletton, Folksworth, Glatton, Haddon, Holme, Morborn, Overton Longville, Overton Waterville, Stilton, Washingley, Water Newton, Woodstone and Yaxley [all Huntingdonshire], Crowland or Croyland [Lincolnshire], Thorney [Cambridgeshire] and Standground [Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Thrapston Union - Workhouse Births 1839-1910 & Deaths 1837-1910.

A transcription of the surviving birth and death registers for the Thrapston Union.  The Thrapston Poor Law Union was formed on 30 November 1835 and comprised the parishes of Aldwinckle All Saints, Aldwinckle St. Peter, Brigstock, Chelveston cum Caldecot, Clapton, Denford, Great Addington, Hargrave, Islip, Little Addington, Lowick, Raunds, Ringstead, Slipton, Stanwick, Sudborough, Thrapston, Titchmarsh, Twywell and Woodford [all Northamptonshire] and Brington, Bythorn, Covington, Keyston, Molesworth and Old Weston [all Huntingdonshire].

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FULL TITLE:  Wellingborough Union - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1867-1914.

This booklet contains a transcription of the surviving birth and death registers relating to the Wellingborough Union together with a register of children boarded out to foster parents between 1902 and 1909.  The Wellingborough Poor Law Union was formed in 1835 and comprised the parishes of Bozeat, Earls Barton, Easton Maudit, Ecton, Finedon, Great Doddington, Great Harrowden, Grendon, Hardwick, Higham Ferrers, Irchester, Irthlingborough, Isham, Little Harrowden, Mears Ashby, Newton Bromswold, Orlingbury, Rushden, Strixton, Sywell, Wellingborough, Wilby and Wollaston [all Northamptonshire] and Farndish, Podington and Wymington [all Bedfordshire].  Higham Park [Northamptonshire] was added in 1862.  

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