Hinckley Union Workhouse Database

Workhouse database that holds the records of the staff and inmates of the Hinckley Union Workhouse in Leicestershire.

The Hinckley Union Workhouse database has 339 records that have been compiled from the 1881, 1891 and 1901 Census.

The records have been kept in an easy to read format, and are in order by the surname.

Please search by typing in the surname of the person you are looking for, example: smith

Please be mindful that some words and phrases were used to place persons in institutions into classifications and were considered medical terms of the Victorian period, such as the following:

Standard Marriage abbreviations are:

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