Alnwick Poor Law Union, Northumberland Genealogy
History[edit | edit source]
For more information on the history of the workhouse, see Peter Higginbotham's web site: www.workhouses.org.uk
Parishes in the union[edit | edit source]
Records[edit | edit source]
Surviving records at Northumberland Collections Service
Bastardy orders for Alnwick Union, 1841-1916
Court of Petty Sessions of the Peace Microfilm of original records in the Morpeth Record office, Morpeth, Northumberland.
Morpeth Record Office no.: GAL 12 & 15
Bastardy orders register, 1852-1916; Application book, 1841-1843 FHL BRITISH Film
2193048 Items 4 -
Parish chest materials, 1768-1906
Parish Church of Alnwick Microreproduction of originals at Northumberland Record Office, Gosforth.
The parish church was named for St. Michael, and the parish is commonly called Alnwick St. Michael to differentiate it from St. Paul's in Alnwick, which was established in 1846 as a chapelry.
Church rate books, 1786-1862. Lists residents of the parish and their assessments towards the relief of the poor. FHL BRITISH Film 1068692 Items 9-15
Church rate books, 1863-1882 -- Churchwarden's accounts, 1833-1906 -- Overseers' account books, 1768-1799. FHL BRITISH Film 1068693
Overseers' account books, 1785-1806. Alphabetical lists of payments to the poor. FHL BRITISH Film
1068694 Items 1-7
List of payments to the families of men in the militia and army reserves, 1804-1805. Includes list of payments to widows. Both lists in alphabetical order. FHL BRITISH Film 1068694 Item 8
Schedule book of recipients of charity payments, 1803 & n.d. In alphabetical order. FHL BRITISH Film
1068694 Items 9-10