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Boston Poor Law Union came into being on 22 September 1836 and commissioned Sir George Gilbert Scott to build a workhouse which was built in 1837.

For more information on the history of the workhouse, see Peter Higginbotham's web site:

Constituent Parishes

Algarkirk, Lincolnshire
Benington, Lincolnshire
Bicker, Lincolnshire
Boston, Lincolnshire
Brothertoft, Lincolnshire
Butterwick, Lincolnshire
Carrington, Lincolnshire
Chapel Hill, Lincolnshire
Copping Syke, Lincolnshire
Dogdyke, Lincolnshire
Drainage Marsh, Lincolnshire
Ferry Corner Plot, Lincolnshire
Fishtoft, Lincolnshire
Fosdyke, Lincolnshire
Frampton, Lincolnshire
Freiston, Lincolnshire
Frith Bank, Lincolnshire
Frithville, Lincolnshire
Gibbet Hill, Lincolnshire
Great Beats, Lincolnshire
Hart's Ground, Lincolnshire
Holland Fen, Lincolnshire
Kirton in Holland, Lincolnshire
Langriville, Lincolnshire
Leake, Lincolnshire
Leverton, Lincolnshire
Little Beats, Lincolnshire
Mown Rakes, Lincolnshire
Pelham's Lands, Lincolnshire
Pepper Gowt Plot, Lincolnshire
Royalty Farm, Lincolnshire
Seven Acres, Lincolnshire
Shuff Fen, Lincolnshire
Sibsey, Lincolnshire
Skirbeck, Lincolnshire
Sutterton, Lincolnshire
Swineshead, Lincolnshire
The Friths, Lincolnshire
Wigtoft, Lincolnshire
Wildmore, Lincolnshire
Wrangle, Lincolnshire
Wyberton, Lincolnshire


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