Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 21 Jun 1865
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Wexford Union.
The usual weekly meeting was held on Saturday.
The Chair was taken by Pierce Ryan, Esq.

BOGGAN, Anne, 30, Wexford.
BOGGAN, Johanna, 20, Wexford.
BOGGAN, Moses, 5, Wexford.
CARR, John, 26, Bannow.
CARROLL, Anne, 20, Union.
CLEARY, James, 56, Wexford.
COMMONS, James, 74, Union.
COUSINS, Thomas, 70, Rathaspick.
DAY, Margaret, 80, Killurin.
DIXON, Patrick, 15, Union.
DOGHERTY, Margaret, 60, Wexford.
DOYLE, Bridget, 20, Wexford.
DOYLE, Margaret, 35, Wexford.
FLAHERTY, Margaret, 17, Union.
FURLONG, Richard, 15, Union.
FURLONG, Thomas, 50, Wexford.
KENNEDY, Anne, 10, Wexford.
KENNEDY, Mary, 15, Wexford.
MALLOWNEY, Mary, 18, Union.
MCDERMOTT, Eliza, 60, Wexford.
MCGEE, Mary, 17, Harperstown.
MORAN, Anne, 20, Wexford.
MURPHY, Bridget, 16, Union.
MURPHY, James, 16, Wexford.
MURRAY. John, 20, Wexford.
NOLAN, Pat, 75, Wexford.
REDMOND, Anna Maria, 4, Union.
REDMOND, Biddy, 20, Union.
REDMOND, John, 15, Wexford.
ROCHE, Margaret, 13, Wexford.
ROSSITEr, P. 67, Rosslare.
ROWE, Biddy, 22, Wexford.
SCALLAN, John, 70, Killinick.
SCALLAN, Nicholas, 60, Killurin.
SHEIL, John, 20, Lady’s Island.
SIMMONS, Anne, 50, Kilbride.
SIMMONS, John, 16, Kilbride.
SINNOTT, Matthew, 20, Wexford.
SWIFT, Bartholomew, 54, Ardcavan.
WALSH, Catherine, 20, Kilmore.
WHITMORE, John, 46, Wexford.

DOGHERTY, Margaret, 80, Wexford.
LEE, William, 10, Wexford.
WALSH, Catherine, 50, Wexford.
WHITMORE, John, 46, Wexford.

A printed form to be filled up with the particulars required with regard
to the proposed emigration of Andrew LEARY and his family to St. John’s,
New Brunswick. Furnished.
Consent to the a sum not exceeding  £16 being granted by the Guardians
to assist Andrew LEARY and his family to emigrate.

Mr. James KEARNS, Coolgreney, applied for Kitty BROWN, aged 14, as a
servant. Refused on account of the backwardness of the girl’s education.
The school committee visited the girl’s school to receive the
schoolmistress’s explanation of the backwardness of Kitty BROWN, who was
applied for to go out as a servant, and refused by the Board. They
examined other girls in the class and found their progress good, and
therefore they see no reason to doubt the schoolmistress’s statement
that this girl is dull and never likely to make a scholar. They
therefore recommend that she be allowed to go into service if applied

KINSELLA, James an inmate of the Workhouse applied for some old clothes.
Ordered-The Master to look for sufficient clothes to fit him out.

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