Leominster Workhouse and Poor Law Union
The Board of Guardians meet every alternate Friday at the Board Room, Union at 10.30am. The population of the Union in 1891 was 13,796, area of the Union 66,409 acres and the rateable value in 1900 £113,050.
The Union comprises the following places;
Aymestrey, Bodenham, Croft, Docklow, Eye, Moreton & Ashton, Eyton, Fordbridge, Hampton Wafer, Hatfield, Hope-under-Dinmore, Humber, Kimbolton, Kingsland, Laysters, Leominster Borough, Leominster Out Parish, Lucton, Luston, Middleton-on-the-Hill, Monkland, New Hampton, Newton, Orleton, Pudlestone, Shobdon, Stoke Prior and Yarpole.
|Union Officers 1900|
|Chairman of the Board of Guardians||Robert W. Hall|
|Clerk to the Guardians and Assessment Committee||Henry Gosling|
|Relieving Officer - 1st District||Arthur Frederick Gregory|
|Relieving Officer - 2nd District||James George Spencer|
|Treasurer||Valentine Webb Holmes|
|Superintendent Registrar||Henry Gosling|
Workhouse, Priory, a building of stone and will hold 141 inmates.
|Workhouse Staff 1900|
|Medical Officer||Octavius Edwards L.R.C.P.Lond.|
|Workhouse Master||James Tracey|
|Workhouse Matron||Mrs Ann Tracey|
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The Old Barracks
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