Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Admissions & Deaths, 25 May 1859
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WEXFORD POOR LAW UNION.
25th May 1859. From the Wexford Independent.
The usual weekly meeting of the Guardians of this Union was held on
Saturday last.
The Chair was taken by George LeHUNTE, J.P., V.C.

DEATHS.
The records of deaths contained the following names:-
DOYLE, James, 81, Disease of the heart, Wexford.
HALL, Patrick, 78, Bronchitis, Ladyís Island.
ROWE, Richard, 27, Phthisis,  Ladyís Island.
THORNTON, Patrick, 65, Bronchitis. Union.

ADMISSION OF PAUPERS.
CREANE, Catherine, 17, Ardcavan.
DOYLE, Mary, late from Liverpool, 41, Ardcavan.
KINSELAH, Margaret, 26, and child, Union.
MAGHER, Mary, 19, Kilcowan.
QUIRK, Mary, 25, and child, Union.

MASTERíS REPORT.
Set forth that some of the bodies of the passengers wrecked lately in
the ship Ponoma, on the Blackwater  Bank, were interred in the
Workhouse Graveyard, at Coolcotts, during the week.

TENDERS.
The tender of Mr. Richard LEARED to supply for three months, best
seconds flour at 37/. per bag, and wholemeal for 36/. a sack was
accepted.
The tender of Mrs Johanna FORTUNE to supply Oatmeal, at £16.10.0. per
sack, was accepted.
There was two tenders for Painting, one from Mr. P. Browne, and one
from Mr. Michael Hughes. That of Mr. P. BROWNE being lowest was
accepted.



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