Board day, Tuesday fortnightly at 11am at the Workhouse, Henley on Thames.
Clerk to the Guardians, Nicholas Mercer, New Street, Henley on Thames.
The Union comprises the following places:
The population of the Union in 1881 was 19,992; rateable value £112,720.
The Workhouse situated on the West Hill, is a quadrangular brick building erected in 1790 and has 160 inmates. In 1873 school rooms were built with residences attached for the Master and Mistress, and there are 10 acres of land adjoining appropriated as garden ground.
Samuel Mortlock, Master.
Rev. William Chapman, Chaplain.
Thomas Ward Jeston, Medical Officer.
Mrs Eliza Mortlock, Matron.
William White, Schoolmaster.
Mrs Annie White, Schoolmistress.
Source: Kelly's Directory 1883
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