Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Work House Entries, 28 Nov 1860 Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives Wexford Index Copyright Newspaper Index Contributed by Mary Heaphy _______________________________________________ WORKHOUSE RECORDS. FROM THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. 28TH NOV. 1860. The usual weekly meeting was held on Saturday last. The Chair was taken by James M. VICARY, Esq. Remaining from last week-398. Admitted during the week-22. Died-1. RECORD OF DEATHS. MAHON, Bridget, 75, Bronchitis, Wexford. ADMISSION OF PAUPERS. *FRENCH, Margaret, 18, Newcastle. BYRNE, John, 15, Union. BARRET, Anne, 50, Wexford. CARVER, Mary, 15, Union. CARTY, John, 50, Wexford. CULLEN, Laurence, 45, Wexford. ENNIS, Martin, 44, Wexford. FURLONG, Betty, 70, Wexford. HAWKINS, Bridget, 15, Glynn. JOHNSTON, Sarah, 75, Wexford. LEACY, Dorah, 25, Wexford. LEACY, Anne, 50, Wexford. LANE, John, 21, Tomhaggard. MURPHY, Daniel, 60, Wexford. MILEY, Catherine, 46, Union. MILEY, Mary Anne 4 1/2 , Union. MARTIN, Mary, 48, Mayglass. REDMOND, Darby, 70, Wexford. RUTH, Jane, 16, Wexford. SHEILL, Edward, 55, Wexford. WILSON, Francis, 24, Union. MCGRATH, Michael, 45, Union. *Margaret FRENCh said she was 18 years old, and the wife of James FRENCH, a horse clipper, but he declined to support her. She saw him the day before in Wexford, but he gave her nothing, and only gave her 5/. since last May. She lived with her people near Skeeter Park. The Board, after some discussion, admitted her on Newcastle, and directed the usual notice to be served by the Relieving Officer on her husband, James FRENCH.. OUTDOOR RELIEF. The sum of 3/6. was ordered to the Relieving Officer for money given by him to Margaret KELLY, a pauper found by the Police in an exhausted state in the streets in Taghmon. Dr, O'CONNOR certified that she was then unfit for removal, but might now. Relief was also extended to Ann FRANKLIN, Kilscoran, Mary COADY, Wexford and to Ann WHITE, Bridgetown, for a month.