Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries 27 Jun 1860 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Wexford Index Copyright Newspaper Index Contributed by Mary Heaphy _______________________________________________ 27TH JUNE 1860, FROM THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. WEXFORD POOR LAW UNION. The usual weekly meeting of the Guardians was held on Saturday last. The Chair was taken by James M. Vicary, Esq. Medical Officer’s Report. Parkes, Mary, at present in the lunatic ward, is a very fit case for the Carlow Asylum. The Clerk remarked that there was little probability of her being received at present, yet it was necessary to make the formal application. ADMISSIONS. BYRNE, James, 30, Jane, his wife 24, and three children, Union. CASEY, Mary, 60, Union, Beggar. DORAN, John, 31, Taghmon. DOYLE, Peter, 58, Wexford. DUGGAN, Thomas, 10, Wexford. ELLIOTT, James, 20, Union, Fever. KINSELAH, Sarah, 15, Carrig, Fever. KINSELAH, Mary, 18, Harristown. LAFFAN, James, 65, Wexford. MEEHAN, Mary, 50, Union, Beggar. MADOX, James, 63, Wexford, Dropsy. MURPHY, Harry, 80, Wexford. PIERSE, John, 32, Union. QUIRK, Mary, 30, and child, Harperstown. SINNOTT, William, 20, Lady’s Island, Sore knee. SHEAL, Edward, 50, Wexford. WILSON, Catherine, 25, and child, Wexford. WILLIAMS, Catherine, 40, Wexford. OUTDOOR RELIEF. The amount of outdoor relief paid this week was £2.19.6. Relief of 2/6 a week was ordered to Judith MURPHY, of Ballyhealy, Kilmore Division, for one month, on the certificate of Dr. Andrew FURLONG, that she was unfit to be removed, being in the last stages of consumption. Also to John DELANEY, of Castlebridge, Ardcavan Division. 2/6., on the statement of the Relieving Officer, who had visited and relieved him.