Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Admissions & Deaths, 2 Jan 1861
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Wexford Poor Law Union.
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.

BEHAN, Anne, 60, Union.
BERRIGAN, Samuel, 3, Wexford.
BOYLE, Anne, 26, Wexford.
BOYLE, Mary Anne, 8 months, Wexford.
BRIEN, Phillip, 55, Lady's Island.
BROWNE, John, 15, Union.
BYRNE, Catherine, 17, Union.
BYRNE, Ellen, 20, Union.
CONNOLLY, Michael, 25, Union.
CONNORS, Mary, 2, Wexford.
COONEY. James, 17, Union.
CULLEN, John, 81, Union.
DOOLY, Margaret, 37, Wexford.
DOYLE, Peter, 63, Wexford.
HENDRICK, Catherine, 17, Union.
JORDAN, Catherine, 15, Wexford.
MURPHY, Catherine, 20, Union.
REDMOND, Teresa, 17, Wexford.

Thomas MURPHY proposed, on production of Certificate from Dr. O'CONNOR, relief of 2/6 a week to 
Margaret BOYLE, aged 81 years, on Harperstown-Granted.
Mr. John FORTUNE, on certificate of Dr. Andrew FURLONG, proposed extension of relief of 3/. to Sarah 
KENSELAH, on Mayglass Division-Granted.

CONNORS, Peter, age 70, died from Bronchitis, Wexford. (Admitted on the 21st and died 24th).
CLAMPET, John, age 2, Disease of the brain. Union.
MURPHY, Daniel, age 23, Phthisis, (pulmonary tuberculosis or a similar progressive wasting 
disease.) Killinick.

Mr. John STAFFORD, Grocer, South Main-Street, stated that he had received a letter from the husband 
of Eliza CASEY, now with her children inmates in the workhouse, and chargeable on Wexford. The 
letter contained 20 to pay the passage of the mother and her 4 children to New Orleans, and 
expressed the hope that the Guardians would aid in giving an outfit.
Mr. CROSBIE bought the letter before the Board, the Clerk had read it, and it would, of course, be 
produced if required.
Eliza CASEY, a mild respectable looking young woman, was called before the board, she stated her 
husband was only a labourer, but had always promised in his letters to send for her as soon as ever 
he was able, and she would be most grateful to the Board for any aid they would give her. The Board 
ascertaining her character in the house had always been correct and proper, and also approving of 
the act of her husband, ordered a sum, not exceeding 15, including 2 to be handed to her on 
landing-her husband living up the country-to procure a suitable outfit for her and her children-the 
Master to provide same under the inspection of Mr. CROSBIE, and the clerk to request the sanction of 
the Commissioners for same.

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