Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 30 July 1862
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FROM THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. 30TH JULY 1862.
Wexford Union Records.
The usual meeting of the Guardians was held on Saturday last.
The chair was taken by John Walsh, J.P.

DEATHS.
ROCHE, John, 55, Wexford.

ADMISSIONS.
ARMSTRONG, Anne, 55, Wexford.
BARRY, Michael, 25, St. Helens.
BOLGER, John, 11, Union.
BYRNE, John, 14, Union.
CULLEN, Mary, 40, Forth.
CULLEN, William, 21, Taghmon.
DOBSON, Ellen, 41, James, 6, William, 2, Wexford.
DOYLE, Anne, 25, Drinagh.
DOYLE, Catherine, 56, Ardcavan.
DOYLE, Peter, 20, Rathaspeck.
DUFF, Jane, 12, James, 10, Wexford.
DUNKALE, Thomas, 80, Ardcavan.
EDWARDS, Mary, 80, Carrig.
FURLONG, Michael, 25, Wexford.
GOFF, Catherine, 38, Union.
GOFF, Mary, 8,James, 4, Ellen, 3, Anne, 1 , Joseph, 2, Union.
HARPER, Margaret, 40, Killinick.
HAWKINS, Hannah, 26, Wexford.
KELLY, Patrick, 25, Aughwilliam.
LEECH, George, 35, Bannow.
NEAGLE, Judy, 68, Rathaspeck.
REILLEY, Anty, 18, Wexford.
ROCHE, Anty, 50, Wexford.
ROCHE, John, 70, Wexford.
SUNDERLAND, Margaret, 30, Union.

John BYRNE, aged 14, from Waterford, and John BOLGER, age 11, from
Camolin, had entered the house the evening previous. Being evidently
ramblers, they got the option of immediately departing or being handed
over as vagrants. They took the first offer and departed, as they
promised, for their respective homes, or rather places of nativity-for
as they alleged, they had no parents or no homes.

OUTDOOR RELIEF.
Number of recipients this week was 19, and the amount given was 2.11.0.
(No names given).


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