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Poor Law Bibliography
References to items available in Lincolnshire Libraries &/or Lincolnshire
Lincolnshire Archives, St Rumbold St, Lincoln, LN2 5AB
Lincoln Central Library, Free School Lane, Lincoln, LN2 1EZ
Lincoln, Rutland & Stamford Mercury is available at Lincoln Central, Boston,
Grantham, Sleaford & Stamford libraries, not at Lincolnshire Archives.
Anderson, C.L. How the poor in Horncastle were treated [c1835-1879].
SLHA Newsletter no 50 Oct 1986 pp8-11 R Journal Bell, George Paupers in workhouses 1861. Derbyshire, Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire.
Wideopen: Original Indexes, 2000 SR Box L.362.5 BEL Bennett, Stewart & Bennett, Nicholas An historical atlas of Lincolnshire.
University of Hull Press, 1993 pp70-71,100-101 SR L.911 BEN Brettle, Jan Lincolnshire Poor Law.
Lincolnshire Family History Society Magazine vol 13 no 2 May 2002 pp75-81 SR Journal Brocklebank, J.A.H. The New Poor Law in Lincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Historian vol 2 no 9 1962 pp21-33 SR Journal Cole, Anne The Lincolnshire Poor Law Indexes.
Lincolnshire Family History Society Magazine vol 1 no 4 Sep 1990 pp83-85 Lincolnshire Family History Society Magazine vol 6 no 2 Jun 1995 pp77-79 SR Journal Cole, Anne see also LINCOLNSHIRE FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY Crust, Linda Family and social history from Stow Poor Law records.
Lincolnshire Family History Society Magazine vol 9 no 2 Jun 1998 pp84-87 SR Journal
Dyson, Richard The experience of poverty in a rural community:
Broughton, North Lincolnshire, 1760-1835.
Local Population Studies no 70 Spring 2003 pp11-28 R Journal Greenwood, Elizabeth Evidence for English poor relief in the parish 1601-1834 with especial reference to 20 parishes in Lincolnshire.
No details, [1988?] R Thesis Hindle, Steve Power, poor relief and social relations in Holland Fen, c1600-1800.
Historical Journal vol 41 no 1 Mar 1998 pp67-96 R Journal Islonian Haxey Overseers to the Poor Book 1728-1736.
Islonian vol 10 no 4 Winter Jan 2002 pp22-24 SR Journal Johnson, Jim The management of the poor law in seven parishes of western Lincolnshire 1790-1834.
East Midland Historian vol 8 1988 pp11-22 R Journal Kirkham, Betty Medical treatment old style [Poor Law accounts, Mumby 1774].
Lincolnshire Past & Present no 4 Summer 1991 pp4-7 SR Journal Lincolnshire Family History Society Poor Law index SR With Lists Index to settlement certificates; settlement examinations;
removal orders; settlement papers in Lindsey Quarter Sessions;
pauper apprenticeship indentures; bastardy documents; settlement papers in Kesteven Quarter Sessions 1700-1847; bastardy papers in Kesteven Quarter Sessions 1700-1839 Poor Law Records: Lincoln Union Workhouse; removal orders;
bastardy documents; Bourne Union Workhouse 1836-1842;
bastardy documents in Holland Quarter Sessions; index to removal orders in Holland Quarter Sessions Settlement Examinations: Sleaford petty sessions settlement examinations; index to settlement certificates; parish removal orders & settlement examinations; Lindsey petty sessions settlement examinations; settlement examinations from Kesteven Quarter Sessions 1700-1847; settlement examinations from Holland Quarter Sessions 1703-1846 Apprenticeship Registers: Lincoln city apprentice register 1640-1867;Boston apprentices & masters 1545-1717 SR MicroficheI Miscellaneous Drawer
Perkins, J.A. The parish and the housing of the working class in Lindsey 1790-1850.
Lincolnshire History and Archaeology vol 12 1977 pp65-69 SR Journal Perkins, J.A. Unmarried mothers and the Poor Law in Lincolnshire 1800-1850.
Lincolnshire History and Archaeology vol 20 1985 pp21-33 SR Journal
Rawding, Charles The Poor Law Amendment Act 1834-1865:
a case study of Caistor Poor Law Union.
Lincolnshire History & Archaeology vol 22 1987 pp15-23 SR Journal
Ashberry, Jez Alms for the poor [Browne’s Hospital, Stamford].
Lincolnshire Life vol 37 no 12 Mar 1998 p19 SR Journal Cowen, Mike An A-Z of Lincs. A is for almshouses [Bradley’s Almhouses, Church St, Grantham].
Lincolnshire Life vol 38 no 10 Jan 1999 p28 SR Journal Crust, Linda Lincolnshire almshouses: nine centuries of charitable housing.
Heckington: Heritage Lincolnshire, 2002 SR L.725.55 CRU Crust, Linda Nine centuries of almshouses.
Lincolnshire Life vol 42 no 9 Dec 2002 pp52-53 SR Journal Crust, Linda A place of shelter [almshouses].
Lincolnshire Past & Present no 44 Summer 2001 pp3-6 SR Journal Crust, Linda St Anne's bedehouses [Lincoln].
Lincolnshire Life vol 41 no 5 Aug 2001 pp32-34 SR Journal Hammond, Hilary The secret of St Annes [bedehouses].
Lincolnshire Life vol 32 no 7 Oct 1992 pp34-35 SR Journal
Hunt, Ruby “and the greatest of these…” [charity].
Lincolnshire Life vol 17 no 9 Dec 1977 pp22-25 SR Journal Pearl, Susan Parish sources part II. Charities: the forgotten poor relief.
Family Tree Magazine vol 7 no 7 May 1991 pp24-26 SR Journal GENERAL
of the answer and returns...”An act for procuring returns relative to the expence and maintenance of the poor in England.
1804 [no details] R 362.5 ABS OVERSIZE Allison, Helen Researching the history of a workhouse.
Local History Magazine no 91 May/Jun 2002 pp12-15 R Journal Bedfordshire parish Poor Law papers 1622-1834: an index to personal names mentioned in poor law documents (largely relating to settlement) contained in the archives of Bedfordshire ecclesiastical parishes.
Bedford: Bedfordshire County Council, 1991 SR 362.5 BED
Bosanquet, Helen The Poor Law Report of 1909: summary explaining the defects of the present system and the principal recommendations...
London: Macmillan, 1909 SR 362.5 BOS Broad, John Parish economies of welfare, 1650-1834.
Historical Journal vol 42 no 4 Dec 1999 pp985-1006 R Journal Camp, Anthony To the churchwardens and overseers…the settlement certificate.
Family Tree Magazine vol 18 no 10 Aug 2002 pp4-6 SR Journal Cole, Anne An introduction to...poor law documents before 1834.
Birmingham: Federation of Family History Societies, 1993 SR Box 362.5 COL Dickens, Anna The architect and the workhouse.
Offprint from: Architectural Review Dec 1976 pp345-352 R Box 725.6DIC
Fowler, Simon Workhouse and the local historian.
Local History Magazine no 36 Nov/Dec 1992 pp14-16 R Journal Gibson, Jeremy and others Poor Law union records.
1. S.E.England & Anglia 2nd ed Birmingham:.F.F.H.S.,1997
2. Midlands & N.England 2nd ed Birmingham:F.F.H.S.,1997
4. Gazetteer of England and Wales Birmingham:F.F.H.S.,1993 SR 929.3 GIB Gen. Misc.
& SR Staff Area
Goose, Nigel Workhouse populations in the mid-nineteenth century:
the case of Hertfordshire.
Local Population Studies no 62 Spring 1999 pp52-69 R Journal Gorsky, Martin Experiments in poor relief: Bristol 1816-1817.
Local Historian vol 25 no 1 Feb 1995 pp17-30 R Journal Gutchen, Robert M Masters of workhouses under the New Poor Law.
Local Historian vol 16 no 2 May 1984 pp93-99 R Journal Hammond, J.L. and Hammond, Barbara The village labourer 1760-1832: a study in the government of England before the Reform Bill. 3rd ed London: Longmans,Green & Co, 1920 SR 331.763 HAM Hampshire Archivists’ Group Poor law in Hampshire through the centuries; a guide to the records.
Hampshire County Council, 1970 SR Box 362.527 HAM Harling, Philip The power of persuasion: central authority, local bureaucracy and the New Poor Law.
English Historical Review vol 107 no 422 Jan 1992 pp30-53 R Journal
Holderness, B.A. ‘Open’ and ‘Close’ parishes in England in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Agricultural History Review vol 20 part 2 1972 pp126-139 R Journal
King, Steve Poor relief and English economic development reappraised.
Economic History Review vol 50 no 2 May 1997 pp360-368 R Journal see also Economic History Review vol 48 no 1 Feb 1995 pp1-22
King, Steven and Stewart, John The history of the Poor Law in Wales:
under researched, full of potential.
Archives vol 26 no 105 Oct 2001 pp134-148 R Journal
Lodey, Joy The ins and outs of the workhouse. 3 parts Family Tree Magazine vol 2 no 2 Jan/Feb 1986 pp6-7 Family Tree Magazine vol 2 no 3 Mar/Apr 1986 pp4-5
May, Trevor Victorian workhouse.
Princes Risborough:Shire Publications, 1997 SR Box 362.5 MAY Munby, L.M. Short guides to records. First series guides 1-24.
Poor Law Guardians’ Minute Books.
Historical Association Short Guides to Records R Journal Oliver, Richard R. & Kain, J.P. Maps and the assessment of parish rates in nineteenth-century England and Wales.
Offprint from: Imago Mundi vol 50 1998 pp156-173 R Box 362.5 OLI
Poor Law Reports 1817 Report from the Select Committee on the Poor Laws.
1818 1st, 2nd & 3rd Report from the Select Committee on the Poor Laws.
1819 Report from the Committee on the Poor Laws.1834 Report of the Royal Commissioners for inquiry into the administration and practical operation of the Poor Laws.
1909 Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Laws and relief of distress.
London: HMSO, R Box 362.509034
Richards, Peter S. Health in the workhouse: with special reference to Sunderland.
Local History Magazine no 83 Jan/Feb 2001 pp22-23 R Journal Slack, Paul The English Poor Law 1531-1782.
Society For Bettering The Conditions Of The Poor The reports of the Society for Bettering the Conditions and Increasing the Comforts of the Poor vol 6.
London: Printed by W.Bulmer for the Society, 1814 R 362.5 SOC Solar, Peter M. Poor relief and English economic development before the industrial revolution.
Economic History Review vol 48 no 1 Feb 1995 pp1-22 R Journal Tanner, Andrea The casual poor and the city of London Poor Law Union, 1837-1869.
Historical Journal vol 42 part 1 Mar 1999 pp183-206 R Journal
Thompson, Kate ‘Ye have the poor always with you’.
Genealogists’ Magazine vol 25 no 6 Jun 1996 pp221-227 SR Journal Watkinson, W.R. The relieving officer looks back: the last years of Poor Law in Holderness.
Withernsea: A.E.Lunn, [1964?] R Box 362.5 WAT
Wittering, Shirley How reliable are the government Poor Law Returns?
Local Historian vol 30 no 3 Aug 2000 pp160-164 R Journal