Board day, Wednesday at the Board room at 11.30am. Union Assessment Committee for hearing appeals meet half yearly in February and August, date and time fixed before meeting.
The Union comprises the following parishes:
Acton, Chiswick, Ealing, Greenford, Hanwell, Heston, Iselworth, New Brentford, Old Brentford, Perivale, Twickenham and Twyford Abbey.
The population of the Union in 1891 was 132,971, area 20,634 acres and rateable value, Michaelmas 1897, £938,109.
Staff employed by the Union
|Clerk to the Guardians and Assessment Committee||William Stephens||Union Offices, Isleworth.|
|Assistant Clerk||Henry W. Burn||Union Offices, Isleworth.|
|Relieving Officer, Central District||Harry Alfred Frost||30, York Road, Brentford.|
|Relieving Officer, Eastern District||W. Cole||6, Heathfield Terrace, Chiswick|
|Relieving Officer, North Eastern District||W. J. Williams||1, Acacia Villas, Acton Lane, Acton|
|Relieving Officer, Northern District||W. T. Ashfield||9, Chapel Road, Ealing Dean W.|
|Relieving Officer, Southern District||Charles A. Barnes||Twickenham|
|Relieving Officer, Western District||E. J. Burnett||Hounslow|
|Superintendent Registrar||George Brodie Clark||193 & 194 High Street, Brentford.|
Isleworth, a building of brick, built in 1836, to hold 570 inmates.
|Staff at the Workhouse 1898|
|Frederick W. Osman||Master|
|Mrs Jessie Ann Osman||Matron|
|Rev. Henry Baker M.A.||Chaplain|
|W. Pemberton Fooks||Medical Officer|
|Workhouses, List of those visited in 1867 With Name of the Workhouse and numbers of insane, idiotic, and imbecile inmates.|
|Source: 22nd Report of the Commissioners in Lunacy to the Lord Chancellor. Submitted by Alan Longbottom.|
Records for the Brentwood Union are held at LMA and include Minutes 1836-1930
London Metropolitan Archives
40 Northampton Road,
Link to Brentford Poor Law Records
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