Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 12 June 1861 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Newspaper Index http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/copyright.htm Contributed by Mary Heaphy _______________________________________________ 12TH JUNE 1861. FROM THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. WEXFORD POOR LAW UNION. The usual weekly meeting was held on Saturday last. The Chair was taken by John Walsh. J.P., D.V.C. ADMISSIONS. MORRISY, Patrick, 30, Union. MORRISY, Patrick, 9, Union. MORRISY, James, 7, Union. KENSELAH, Anne, 58, Taghmon. PARLE, Patrick, 4, Wexford. WALSH, Patrick, 16, Union. FARRELL, Margaret, 12, Wexford. ENNIS, Mary, 35, Wexford. WHITE, Ann, 30, Taghmon. BRENNAN, John, 50, Forth. DAILY, Joseph, 20, Union. MAHONEY, Ellen, 17, Union. WARREN, Joseph, 43, Wexford. MOORE, Bridget, 22, Harristown. TRAT?, George, 64, Union. LEACY, John, 20, Ardcolm. SINNOTT, John, 15, Kilpatrick. SINNOTT, Mary, 13, Kilpatrick. PARLE, Anne, 70, St. Helen's. MORAN, Eliza, 19, Wexford. BROWNE, Mary, 2 weeks, Union. WHITTY, Denis, 17, Killurin. BYRNE, John, 69, Union. DOYLE, Sally, 45, Harperstown. MCGRATH, Michael, 50, Union. MORAN, Margaret, 50, Wexford. MURPHY, Anne, 40, Ardcavan. REILLY, Mary, 40, Wexford. OUTDOOR RELIEF. The number of recipients were 21, the money given was £2.11.6. (No names given). MASTER'S REPORT. I have to request that a committee be appointed to examine the Clothes that I believe are fit to be condemned. We have no vegetables for the soup since Monday. The Agriculturist says he won't have any for a month or five weeks. DEATHS. EDWARDS, Mary, aged 70, Bronchitis, Union. PAUPER CLOTHING. Mr. Thomas MURPHY produced the girl he had taken as a servant out of the house:to the scantiness of whose clothing he objected, and would not keep her, though he said he was well pleased with her as a servant, if not decently clad. The board ordered that a suitable outfit be now given, and the girl went back to her employment.