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Martley Poor Law Union
Hallo, I've just stub-sorted this, but with the various tags it's already acquired I'm not sure whether it will survive. Looking around, there don't seem to be individual articles for many Poor Law Unions: there's a list at List of poor law unions in England (in which I've now linked Martley), and a few county lists, either as part of a wider article (History_of_local_government_districts_in_Middlesex#Poor_law_unions or History_of_local_government_districts_in_Buckinghamshire#Poor_law_unions, the latter having a nice collection of links), or stand-alone as List of poor law unions in Dorset. Rather than creating articles for individual unions, it might be more worthwhile to create a county list, which could then be linked from the England list as those three are. Just a thought. PamD 18:20, 31 January 2014 (UTC)
You might notice I reversed your edit of "area bishop" to "suffragan bishop" on Rupert Hoare's biography. This is because Hoare was an area bishop Bishop of Dudley. Yes, he was a suffragan, but an area bishop is a particular kind of suffragan and the linked article makes that clear. Dan BD 22:37, 9 May 2014 (UTC)
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Hi DonBarton, thanks for your updates on this article, I was meaning to add a bit about the early navigation, but hoped someone with more knowledge might have a go. I noticed that you added a book as a reference. I updated the ref, by finding the book on google books and using this clever tool, which automatically makes a reference: Google book tool Thought you may find this useful.PS. I will watch here for any replies...Jokulhlaup (talk) 15:03, 25 January 2015 (UTC)
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