Chipping Norton Union
Board day, every alternate Wednesday at 11am at the Board room, Workhouse.
Clerk to the Guardians, Abram Creswicke Rawlinson, The Elm, Chipping Norton.
The Union comprises the following places:
The population of the Union in 1881 was 17,958; rateable value £119,367.
The Workhouse pleasantly situated on the Banbury Road, is a large stone structure, having an hexagonal centre with four wings diverging from it and outbuildings connecting the ends of the wings and forming a square.
William Webb, Master.
Mrs Sophia Webb, Matron.
Rev. Francis Harris, Chaplain.
George W. Hutchison, Medical Officer.
Mrs Elizabeth Welsh, Schoolmistress.
Source: Kelly's Directory 1883
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