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FULL TITLE:  Cheltenham Union Volume One - Workhouse Births and Deaths 1836-1852, Apprentices 1845-1853.

A transcription of the birth and death registers for the Cheltenham Union for the years 1836 to 1852 inclusive, together with a register of those apprenticed by the Board of Guardians 1846-1853.  The Cheltenham Poor Law Union was formed on 16 November 1835 and comprised the parishes of Badgeworth, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Coberley, Cowley, Great Witcombe, Leckhampton, Prestbury, Shurdington, Staverton, Swindon, Uckington and Up Hatherley [all Gloucestershire].

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FULL TITLE:  Cheltenham Union Volume Two - Workhouse Births 1908-1914 and Baptisms 1886-1914, Register of Removals 1899-1903

A transcription of the birth registers for the Cheltenham Union for the years 1908 to 1914 inclusive, together with a register of baptisms 1886 to 1914 and a register of paupers removed to and from the Cheltenham Union 1899 to 1903.  The Cheltenham Poor Law Union was formed on 16 November 1835 and comprised the parishes of Badgeworth, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Coberley, Cowley, Great Witcombe, Leckhampton, Prestbury, Shurdington, Staverton, Swindon, Uckington and Up Hatherley [all Gloucestershire].  

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FULL TITLE:  Cheltenham Union Volume Three - Workhouse Deaths 1866-1904.

A transcription of the death registers for the Cheltenham Union for the years 1866 to 1904 inclusive.  The Cheltenham Poor Law Union was formed on 16 November 1835 and comprised the parishes of Badgeworth, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, Coberley, Cowley, Great Witcombe, Leckhampton, Prestbury, Shurdington, Staverton, Swindon, Uckington and Up Hatherley [all Gloucestershire]. 

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FULL TITLE:  Dursley Union Workhouse Births and Deaths 1866-1920.

A transcription of the birth and death registers for the Dursley Union for the years 1866 to 1920 inclusive.  The Dursley Poor Law Union was formed on 4 April 1836 and comprised the parishes of Cam, Coaley, Dursley, Kingswood, North Nibley, Nymphsfield, Owlpen, Slimbridge, Stinchcombe, Uley and Wotton under Edge [all Gloucestershire].  

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FULL TITLE:  Evesham Union - Register of Deaths 1866-1914 and Register of Children in Evesham Union Childrens' Home 1910-1914.

A transcription of the death register for the Evesham Union for the years 1866 to 1914 inclusive, together with a register of children in the Evesham Union Childrens' Home 1901-1914.  The Evesham Poor Law Union was formed on 7 April 1836 and comprised the parishes of Ashton under Hill, Aston Somerville, Aston sub Edge, Childswickham, Cow Honeybourne, Hinton on the Green, Pebworth, Saintbury, Weston sub Edge and Willersey [all Gloucestershire], Badsey, Bretforton, Broadway, Church Honeybourne with Poden, Church Lench, Cleeve Prior, Evesham (All Saints), Evesham (St. Lawrence), Evesham (St. Peter, Bengeworth), Hampton or Great Hampton, Harvington, North Littleton, Norton, Offenham, Rouse Lench, Sedgeberrow, South Littleton and Wickhamford [all Worcestershire].  

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FULL TITLE:  Stow-on-the-Wold, Tewkesbury and Winchcombe Registration Districts - Marriage Notices 1838-1856. 

The Act which introduced civil registration in 1837 specified that any couple who were not marrying in the Church of England by banns or licence were to give notice of their intended marriage at their local Register Office.  The Notice was then read out at three meetings of the Board of Guardians for the local Poor Law Union.  The Marriage Notices contained in this booklet have been extracted from the Minute Books of the Stow-on-the-Wold, Tewkesbury and Winchcombe Poor Law Unions.  The surviving Minute Books for each Poor Law Union have been searched from July 1837 (or the commencement of the earliest surviving book) until such time as it became evident that no further Notices were included.  The end date for the inclusion of Notices in the Minute Books of Stow-on-the-Wold Poor Law Union is 1847, those from Tewkesbury 1847, and those from Winchcombe 1846.
The three Registration Districts featured in this booklet were based on the existing Poor Law Unions bearing the same name.  Stow-on-the-Wold Union comprised the parishes of Addlestrop, Bledington, Bourton-on-the-Water, Broadwell, Clapton-on-the-Hill, Condicote, Donnington, Eyford, Great Barrington, Great Rissington, Icomb, Little Rissington, Longborough, Lower Slaughter, Lower Swell, Naunton, Notgrove, Oddington, Sezincote, Stow-on-the-Wold (including Maugersbury), Upper Slaughter, Upper Swell and Wick Rissington [all Gloucestershire].
Tewkesbury Union comprised the parishes of Ashchurch, Boddington, Deerhurst, Elmstone Hardwicke, Forthampton, Hasfield, Kemerton, Leigh, Oxenton, Stoke Orchard, Tewkesbury, Tirley, Tredington, Twining, Walton Cardiff and Woolstone [all Gloucestershire] and Bredon (including Bredon's Norton), Chaceley, Overbury (including Conderton), Penlock and Teddington [all Worcestershire].
Winchcombe Union comprised the parishes of Alderton, Alstone, Beckford, Bishops Cleeve (including Gotherington, Southam & Brockhampton and Woodmancote), Buckland, Charlton Abbots, Didbrook (including Hailes), Dumbleton, Great Washbourne, Hawling, Little Washbourne, Lower Guiting or Guiting Power, Prescott, Rowell, Snowshill, Stanton, Stanway, Studeley Manor, Temple Guiting, Toddington, Winchcombe (including Stanley Pontlarge) and Wormington [all Gloucestershire] and Cutsdean [Worcestershire].     

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A transcription of the surviving death register for the Stroud Poor Law Union.  The Stroud Poor Law Union was formed on 2nd April 1835 and comprised the parishes of Avening, Bisley, Cranham, Horsley, King Stanley, Leonard Stanley, Minchinhampton, Miserden, Nailsworth, Painswick, Pitchcombe, Randwick, Rodborough, Stonehouse, Stroud and Woodchester [all Gloucestershire].  

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