1 edition of Bradford Poor Law Union found in the catalog.
Bradford Poor Law Union
by Yorkshire Archeological Society in association with The Boydell Press in Woodbridge
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Paul Carter.|
|Series||Yorkshire Archaeological Society -- Vol.157|
|Contributions||Carter, Paul., Yorkshire Archaeological Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlviii, 226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
The Poor Law Commissioners were keen to have further information about the boy, writing to the Dewsbury Union Clerk on 14 July asking: In reference to the case of one of the children, Thomas Townend, I am to request that the Commissioners may be informed what has become of the boy since he was returned to the workhouse, and whether he is. -Parishes were to be grouped together to form Poor Law unions in order to provide relief efficiently-each Poor Law union was to establish a workhouse in which inmates would live in conditions that were worse than those of the poorest independent labourer-Outdoor relief for the able-bodied poor was to be discouraged but, significantly, not abolished.
The anti-Poor Law agitators were determined to portray the Poor Law Commissioners as inhuman tyrants. Emotional speeches and tales of cruelty, such as those published by George Wythen Baxter in his Book of Bastiles, roused northern workers to fury. In some areas, attempts to put the new system into operation were met with riots. Title(s): Bradford Poor Law Union: papers and correspondence with the Poor Law Commission, October January / edited by Paul Carter. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Suffolk, UK ; Rochester, NY: Yorkshire Archaeological Society: Boydell Press,
[Part I.] PROGRESS OF THE LAW. We do not think it necessary to prefix to the statement of the result of our inquiries any account of the provisions of the 43d of Elizabeth, c. 2, or of the subsequent Acts for the relief of the Edition: current; Page:  poor. Those Acts are well known, and are to be found in almost every treatise on the Poor Laws, and we have inserted the 43d . Bradford Authors Mostly fiction, poetry, drama. The Bradford Collection The Local Studies Library houses a unique collection, which includes books, newspapers, maps, illustrations etc., on the history and present development of the area now covered by the City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council. Brontë Collection Works by, about, criticism.
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Ashforth, David () The Poor Law in Bradford (University of Bradford Ph. Thesis) Carter, P (Ed.) Bradford Poor Law Union — Papers and Correspondence with the Poor Law Commission, October to JanuaryYorkshire Archaeological Society.
Cudworth, W () Ramble Round Horton. Buy The Bradford Poor Law Union: Papers and Correspondence with the Poor Law Commission, October to January (Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series) by Carter, Paul Douglas (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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19 rows This article lists all English Poor Law Unions. Note for table: 'PLU' stands for Poor. By the Poor Law Amendment Act ofcentral government organised provision for the poor into Poor Law Unions of groups of parishes.
The Bradford Union covered all the parishes of the Bradford Hundred, as well as, for a time, the parish of Freshford in Somerset (Freshford was rather cut off from the rest of the Bath Union). The Bradford Poor Law Union: Papers and Correspondence with the Poor Law Commission, October January A book by Paul Carter.
The English Poor Law, Colin has scanned 14 books containing comprehensive lists of names and addresses of all those eligible to vote during the years in parish elections in the Bradford Poor Law Union, which comprised Bradford, Bowling, Horton, Manningham.
A History of Prescot Union Workhouse, Whiston, Lancashire by Pauline Hurst (). Buy the book and/or the CD (contains a digital version of the book + extras) — The book is £10 (plus £ UK p&p) Cheques payable to Pauline Hurst (or Paypal @).
Keighley Union was governed by a Board of Guardians answerable to the central Poor Law Commission. Keighley Library holds the records for the Keighley Union and also for the North Bierley Union, covering the Bradford area of administration.
Keighley town became a Borough under a Town Council in It came under Bradford MDC in Book Reviews Index to The Bradford Antiquary; Balgarnie's Salt; Bradford's Own; Brontë Country: Lives & Landscapes; Bradford Pubs; Branwell Brontë's Barber's Tale; Bradford Poor Law Union; R.
Wells, ‘Review: Bradford Poor Law Union: papers and correspondence with the Poor Law Commission, October to January ’, English Historical Review (),p. ; for instance: Micheldever & East Stratton (Gilbert's Union, Hampshire ); Salisbury (Gilbert’s Union, /2); Hursley (Gilbert’s Parish, Hampshire ).
The Bradford Poor Law Union: Papers and Correspondence with the Poor Law Commission, October to January - Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series v. (Hardback) Paul Douglas Carter (editor)Pages: Records of Poor Law Unions () Under the Poor Law Amendment Act of parishes were grouped into unions and each union had to build a workhouse if they did not already have one.
To find out in which union a particular parish belonged, see Poor Law Union Records: 4. Gazetteer of England and Wales (2nd edition), by J Gibson and FA Youngs.
User Review - Flag as inappropriate Another disastrously poor attempt at historical scholarship from Karl Ittmann. Thinly researched, replete with illogical passages, and generally lacking anything that makes it a worthy contribution to the field, Karl Ittmann's Work, Gender, and Family in Victorian England, like all of his books, is not worth the paper it is printed on.1/5(1).
Poor Law records for the Keighley Union (KU) and North Bierley Union (NBU) areas and local health reports. Education records.
This includes large collections for the Keighley Mechanics’ Institute; later Keighley College and Keighley’s Gammar schools, as well as other local school records.
Keighley Mechanics institute Records (BK2). workhouse committee minute books, admission & discharge book reference Misc West Yorkshire Archive Service Wakefield; Registry of Deeds Newstead Road Wakefield WF1 2DE England Tel: Fax: Email: [email protected] It was probably built in the s as accommodation for apprentice workers at the woollen cloth mills, but was converted to be the “workhouse” of the Bradford Poor Law Union in The last few inmates were transferred to Warminster in and the building became a Red Cross hospital, treating soldiers injured in the Great War.
Statistics of the attendance at religious services in Bradford, with press and pulpit comments. BRADFORD POOR LAW UNION B BRA Year Books. Includes lists of Poor Law Guardians and covers topics such as; instructions to nurses, regulations for the management of vagrant wards, relief of deserted married women,File Size: 49KB.
The Poor Law Amendment Act of established the Union Workshouses. Bubwith joined the Howden Poor Law Union upon its creation inand the workhouse was constructed in The Howden Poor Law Union records are held at the East Riding of Yorkshire Archives, under reference PUH.
Get print book. No eBook available. highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Go to Google Play Now» The English Poor Law, Michael E. Rose. David & Charles, - Law - pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. Bradford Union An Illegal Removal. Mr Blyth Close and Open Parishes.
Bradford Union This page summarises records created by this Organisation The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.
Fraser, D., (ed.), The New Poor Law in the Nineteenth Century, (Macmillan), is a collection of excellent essays on the operation of the system. Useful local studies include Rawding, Charles, ‘The Poor Law Amendment Act a case study of Caistor Poor Law Union’, Lincolnshire History and Archaeology, Vol.
22, (), pp.Fletcher, Barry. The Poor law act: to the people of the 20 townships which the Poor Law Commission propose to form into the Bradford Union. Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book\/a>.