Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 15 Dec 1858
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15TH DECEMBER 1858. FROM THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT.
WEXFORD POOR LAW UNION.
The usual weekly meeting of this Union was held on Saturday last.
The Chair was taken by Mr. James M. Vicary.

THE RECORDS OF DEATHS CONTAINED THE FOLLOWING NAMES:-
COLCLOUGH, Ann, 60, phlegmatic erysipelas, Wexford.
KEANE, Alice, disease of the brain, Bannow.
LAMBERT, William, 65, disease of the chest. Wexford.

THE ADMISSIONS OF PAUPERS.
BURKE, Ellen, 78, Wexford.
BYRNE, Ellen, 20, Union.
COSGRAVE, Bridget, 16, Ardcolm.
CREAN, Catherine, 17, Ardcavan.
ENNIS, Ellen, 21, Killinick.
FURLONG, Thomas, 40, Union.
HANTON, James, 72, Wexford.
KEHOE, John, Fever, Tacumshane.
NOLAN, Bridget, 27, Kilpatrick.
REDMOND, James, 43, Union.
REDMOND, Kate, Fever, Wexford.
WALSH, James, Fever, Wexford.
WARD, Eliza, 7, Union. (This was a fine intelligent and interesting child, daughter of an itinerant Showman,
who is in custody on a charge brought against him, as reported in our Petty Sessions proceedings in our last,
by Kate MOLLOY. Her accent and manner were quite above her years and condition. Her mother is dead and she was
in the habit of taking characters in her fatherís booth.)

The following had not applied to the Relieving Officer, but their names being put on his book, were admitted.
BROWNE, Francis, 16, Bridgetown.
DEVEREUX, Ellen, 16, Kilmore.
DEVEREUX, Nicholas, 12, Kilmore.
DWYER, Ann, 20, and child,, Union.
DWYER, Ellen, 17, Union.
FARDY, Denis, 21, Harristown.
FOWLER, Mary, 25, Rathaspeck.
ROCHE, Mary, 16, Newcastle.

[*Names put in Alphabetical order]