Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Admissions & Deaths, 19 Oct 1859
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Contributed by Mary Heaphy

19TH OCTOBER 1859.
From the Wexford Independent.
The usual weekly meeting took place on Saturday last.
The Chair was taken by George Le HUNTE.

CODD, Ellen, aged 20.

BRYAN, Anty, 25, Carrig. (Case of Insanity).
CONNORS, Margaret, 22, and child, having business out applied that morning for a pass, but the Master refused it-she was readmitted on the Union.
CRANE, Catherine, 16, was admitted on Ardcavan.
DAVIS, Margaret, a vagrant, one night on Union.
FANNING, James, Blind, a commercial clerk, had been two years ago in Trim, also before that in Dublin and other places. 
Was born in Gorey, and came to Wexford into the County Infirmary, from which he was discharged on Tuesday last-he wished to be admitted to be
treated under Dr. Crean. Was under Dr. Isdall in Gorey Workhouse. Is 21 years of age, has a little sight and hopes to recover under Dr. Crean.
FARDY, Mary, 23, and child, Union.
FURLONG, Margaret, 24, Wexford. (Fever).
LAWLOR, Bess, 30, Carrig.
LEACY, Laurence, 88 or 83, Wexford.
LEAVY, James, 30, Wexford.
MAGRATH, George, 15, Painter, Wexford.
MURPHY, J. 45, Wexford. (Fever).
MURPHY, Jane, 10, Wexford. (Fever).
POOLE, Jane, 26, her husband in India, Wexford.
POWER, Bess or Bers, 17, Rathaspeck.
SINNOTT, Catherine, 27, and child, Union.
WAFER, Elizabeth, 25, and two children, her husband being a sweep, would not come with her, was rejected.
WALSH, Ann, 18, Wexford. (Fever).
WHITNEY, Thomas, 22, Forth. (Fever).

Outdoor Relief.
Mr. Thomas MURPHY, Guardian for Harperstown Division informed the Board that the extern,
John DOYLE, who was in receipt of out-door relief was dead.

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