Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 9 May 1866
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9TH MAY 1866.  FROM THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. 
Wexford Union.
The usual weekly meeting was held on Saturday last.
The Chair was taken by John WALSH, J.P., V.C.
Subsequently b Charles A. WALKER, V.L.

*ADMISSIONS.
BRENNAN, James, 10, Union.
BRIEN, Wm. 15. Glynn.
BARNWELL, Margaret, 1 day, Killurin.
BREEN, Patrick, 23, Rosslare.
BLANCH, Joseph, 65, Wexford.
CONROY, Anne, 12, Wexford.
COSGRAVE, Mary, 18, Ardcolm.
COGLEY, Catherine, 72, Wexford.
CODD, Catherine, 35, Wexford.
CONNOLLY, Bridget, 30, Union.
CONNOLLY, Anne, 2, Union.
COOKE, Mary, 50, Harristown.
CLEARY, Ellen, 15, Rosslare.
DUNNE, Martin, 70, Kilscoran.
DONNELLY, Mary, 15, Wexford.
DEVEREUX, Mary, 70, Wexford.
FITZHARRIS, Patrick, 40, Wexford.
FORTUNE, Bartholomew, 60, Wexford.
FURLONG, James, 21, Whitechurch.
FURLONG, Anty, 15, Wexford.
GRANNELL, John, 50, Ardcavan.
KEHOE, Thomas, 46, Wexford.
LARKIN, John, 49, Union.
MURPHY, Michael, 18, Wexford.
M’CANN, Ellen, 29, Bannow.
MURPHY, Martin, 38, Kilpatrick.
MURPHY, John, 30, Wexford.
MARTIN, Mary, 50, Mayglass.
ROBINSON, Mary, 45, Union.
ROBINSON, Anne, 17, Union.
RODNEY, James, 42, Wexford.
ROWE, Margaret, 30, Duncormick.
ROWE, Anne, 6, Duncormick.
ROWE, Patrick, 3 ˝ Duncormick.
SINNOTT, Patrick, 60, Artramont.
SAVAGE, Patrick, 18, Taghmon.
WHELAN, Mary, 53, Wexford.

RECORD OF DEATHS.
CARROLL, James, 50, Kilpatrick.
LACY, Anne, 4, Wexford.
FITZHARRIS, Patrick, 40, Wexford.

LETTERS.
St. Joseph’s Male Blind Asylum, Glasnevin.
Dublin, 1st May 1866.
Dear Sir,
I beg to acknowledge having received this day, by post, the query sheet signed by you on behalf on behalf
of the Guardians of the Wexford Union, for the admission of the blind boy, Moses GOLAN. We are therefore, 
ready to receive him here on his arrival.
Mary BYRNE, Superior.
Arrangements were made that the Schoolmaster accompany the boy to Dublin on Wednesday, and that the 
Superior of the Asylum be informed the train by which they go.



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