The Board of Guardians meet alternate Fridays at the Board
Room, in Dursley at 11am. The population in 1901 was 11,633, area 20,786 acres
and rateable value in 1901 £54,909.
The Union comprises the following parishes:
Cam, Coaley, Dursley, Kingswood, North Nibley, Nympsfield, Owlpen, Slimbridge, Stinchcombe, Uley and Wotton-under-Edge.
|Union Officers 1902|
|Chairman of the Board of Guardians||Col. William Lloyd Browne|
|Clerk to the Guardians & Assessment Committee||James Gordon Wenden|
|Relieving and Vaccination Officer - No. 1 District||George Adams|
|Relieving and Vaccination Officer - No. 2 District||George W. Meek|
|Superintendent Registrar||Charles Ashman Smith|
The workhouse, a building of brick and stone, built in 1838, to hold 280 inmates.
|Workhouse Staff 1902|
|Rev. Samuel Edwin Bartleet||Chaplain|
|Cecil David Dale Roberts||Medical Officer|
Gloucester Record Office
Tel:- 01452 425295
Page updated March 12, 2008
Copyright © Rossbret 1999-2005. All rights reserved.
If you have any information or photographs that you can add to this site, please email email@example.com