Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 19 Jun 1861 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Newspaper Index http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/copyright.htm Contributed by Mary Heaphy _______________________________________________ 19TH JUNE 1861, WORKHOUSE RECORDS. FROM THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. The usual weekly meeting of the Guardians of this Union was held on Saturday last. The Chair was taken by Mr. James BROWNE. MEDICAL OFFICERíS REPORT. William DARAGAN and John RADFORD at present in the Lunatic Ward are fit cases for the Carlow Lunatic Asylum. ADMISSIONS. BOLGER, Nicholas, 68, Wexford. BURKE, Ellen, 78, Wexford. CROSS, George, 23, Wexford. CONNORS, Ellen, 80, Wexford. COADY, Mary, 25, Union. CRANE, Catherine, 18, Ardcavan. DEVEREUX, John, 58, Wexford. DOYLE, Catherine, 64, Ardcolm. DELANY, Michael, 25, Ardcavan. FURLONG, James, 60, Bannow. GAUL, James, 10, Wexford. KENSELAH, Margaret, 39, Wexford. KENSELAH, James, 10, Wexford. KENSELAH, Patrick, 7, Wexford. LONG, Nicholas, 30, Union. LEARY, Bridget, 26, Rosslare. LEARY, Martin, 3, Rosslare. MEYLER, Anne, 31, St. Helenís. MURRAY, John, 20, Union. RYAN, Anne, 14, Union. RYAN, Catherine, 1 day old, Bannow. SINNOTT, Catherine, 40, Union. SINNOTT, Ellen, 2, Union. UNDERWOOD, Fanny, 1 day old, Kilscoran. UNDERWOOD, Elizabeth, 1 day old, Killinick. OUTDOOR RELIEF. There was one application from Taghmon Division for out-door relief, and another for renewal from Bridgetown, both certified as necessary by the Medical Officers of the districts. The number of recipients during the week was 21 and the amount was £2.6.6. LETTERS. Broadway June 13th 1861. In reply to your note of the 12th inst., respecting my transmission from Killinick to the Poor House Hospital, of George TATE, a man who has sustained a severe injury by falling from a horse, I beg that you will inform the Board that on inquiry I found Tate had no funds to pay for his conveyance to the County Infirmary, and, therefore, as no person would bring without payment, I had no alternative save that of availing myself of the Union. As it is highly probable similar cases my frequently arise, I shall be glad if you will take the Boardís instructions, and inform me of them for my future guidance. George TATE avows himself a pauper, and proved it by being unable to pay for his board and lodging at the house in which he received shelter on the night of the accident. P. S. WADDY, M.O.