Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 28 Mar 1866 
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The usual weekly meeting was held on Saturday last.
Chair was taken by Alexander N. KING. Esq.

BOLGER, James, 45, Newcastle.
BRIEN, Laurence, 60, Whitechurch.
BREEN, Ann, 15, Wexford.
BROWN, Mary, 60, Union.
BROWN, Mary, 20, Union.
BROWN, James, 10, Union.
BYRNE, J. 15, Killinick.
BYRNE, Thomas, 17, Killinick.
BYRNE, Richard, 12, Killinick.
BOLGER, Johanna, 30, Wexford.
BURKE, Ellen, 70, Wexford.
BROWN, Pat, 39, Rosslare.
BRIEN, Kate, 20, Mayglass.
CONNORS, Margaret, 40, Wexford.
CULLEN, Mary, 86, Kilpatrick.
CONNOLLY, Michael, 35, Union.
CONNOLLY, Bridget, 30, Union.
CONNOLLY, Anne, 2, Union.
COGHLAN, Anne, 25, Taghmon.
DUNN, Anne, 60, Rathaspeck.
DEVEREUX, Margaret, 19, Union.
GIBBONS, Mary, 60, Rosslare.
KEATING, James, 22, Wexford.
LAMBERT, John, 60, Artramont.
MARTIN, William, 10, Wexford.
MARTIN, Mary, 31, Harpurstown.
MARTIN, William, 1 month, Harpurstown.
NEILL, John, 3, Wexford.
QUIRK, Francis, 30, Wexford.
REDMOND, James, 10, Wexford.
ROCHE, William, 30, Union.
TUMBLESTON, Pat, 34, Wexford.
WALSH, Luke, 70, Wexford.

BROWN, Anty, 54, Wexford.
DUNN, Anne, 60, Rathaspeck.
NEILL, James, 2, Killinick.
QUIRK, Francis, 30, Wexford.
REDMOND, James, 10, Wexford.

Poor Law Commission Office,
23rd March 1866.
Sir-The Commissioners for administering the laws for relief of the poor
in Ireland return herewith the warrant authorising the removal of Eliza
CONNOR and her five children from the West Derby Union to the Workhouse
of the Wexford Union, which was forwarded to them in compliance of an
order made by the Board of Guardians at their meeting on the 17th inst-
and the Commissioners request that when Eliza CONNOR and her children
arrive at the workhouse, the usual particulars specified in the Circular
Letter of the 21st June 1864, may be obtained  and forwarded to them.
By order,
Chief Clerk.

Poor Law Commission Office,
23rd March 1866.
Sir-The Commissioners  forward to you herewith the receipt of Messrs
Marsh and Barrett, Solicitors, for the draft of the Guardians, on the
National Bank of Wexford, drawn in their favour, for the sum of
21.15.10., in payment of their charges for the preliminary inquiry,
made by them, in the circumstances of the removal of Elizabeth FINN and
her four children, from the Township of Toxteth Park, Liverpool, to the
workhouse of Wexford Union.
By the order of B. BANKS, Clerk of the Union.

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