Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 16 Jan 1862
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The usual weekly meeting of the Guardians of this Union was held on
Saturday last.
The Chair was taken by Charles A. WALKER. V.L. Chairman.

GAFNEY, Nicholas, 77, Asthenic Bronchitis, Carrig.
PARLE, Patrick, 21, Scrofula, Wexford.
PHELAN, Daniel, 83, Atrophia Senilis, Union.

BRIEN, Joanna, 30, Union.
BRIEN, James, 6, Union.
BOLGER, Bridget, 63, Union.
BYRNE, Hannah, 18, Wexford.
CODD, Catherine, 27, Wexford.
DONNELLY, Bridget, 61, Wexford.
DONNELLY, Mary, 11 months, Wexford.
FURLONG, Thomas, 45, Union.
FOWLER, Mary, 23, Rathaspeck.
HANLON, Mary, 20, Union.
HEALY, Michael, 25, Union.
HANLON, Mary, 20, Union.
HOWARD, Jane, 27, Wexford.
HOWARD, James, 3, Wexford.
JORDAN, Thomas, 23, Wexford.
KAVANAGH, Anne, 15, Rathaspeck.
KENNEDY, Laurence, 15, Union.
KEYS, Anne, 30, Harristown.
KEYS, Anty, 11, Harristown.
LANE, John, 20, Tomhaggard.
MYTHEN, Mary, 63, Ardcolm.
REILLY, Laurence, 40, Wexford.
REILLY, Anty, 15, Wexford.
SIMPSON, Robert, 28, Union.
WHELAN, John, 50, Union.

On the recommendation of Mr. Thomas WALSH, Guardian for the division,
and the certificate of Dr. John O’CONNOR, that Jane RALPH, age 32, was
unfit to be removed to the Workhouse, Out Door Relief, for one month, of
2/6 per week, chargeable on Taghmon was given.

Poor Law Commission Office,
7th Jan 1861.
Sir-With reference to minutes of proceedings of the Board of Guardians
of the Wexford Union on the 29th ult, the Commissioners for
administering the laws for the relief of the Poor in Ireland request to
be furnished with the Guardians observations respecting that portion of
the Report of the Workhouse Master in which it is stated that a pauper
named Peter CONNORS who was admitted to the Workhouse on the27th ult.,
died in three days afterwards.
By order.
B. Banks, Chief Clerk.
After some inquiries of the Relieving Officer, the Clerk was directed to
inform the Commissioners that the pauper Connors had only returned by
the steamer from Liverpool, and was conveyed to the Workhouse as soon
after as was possible, and was duly attended by the Medical Officer in
the house.

Dublin 11th Jan. 1861.
Sir-The Commissioners for administering the laws for the relief of the
poor in Ireland acknowledge the receipt of the list of particulars
relating to Eliza CASEY and her four children, pauper inmates of the
Wexford Workhouse Union, whom the Board of Guardians propose to assist
to emigrate to New Orleans-and the Commissioners desire to inform the
Guardians that they have given directions for issue of the necessary
consent to the proposed expenditure.
By order.
B. Banks, Chief Clerk.

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