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Second minute book [LA Ref PL4/102/2] 19 October 1858 The following persons to be relieved on account of illness: FOTHERGILL Richard, Gainsborough CLARKE Eliza, Gainsborough CLARK Mary, Gainsborough 9 November 1858 The following persons to be relieved on account of illness (all of Gainsborough): NEWTON John ELLIOTT Mary TISSINGTON Henry MITCHELL Sarah GABBITAS Joseph RUSBY John 23 November 1858 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: MARSHALL William, Gainsborough, Smallpox HOLLINGWORTH Sarah, Gainsborough, smallpox, child HOLLINGWORTH Ann, ditto 7 December 1858 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: CRAGG Zach., Willingham, diptheria SPITTLEHOUSE Mary, Willoughton, diseased leg CHAMBERS William, Gainsborough, diptheria CHAMBERS William, ditto, smallpox CROOKE Sarah, Gainsborough KENDALL Elizabeth, Gainsborough, smallpox GURNHILL Martin, Morton, smallpox ROGERS Thomas, Misterton, fractured clavicle LAISTER William, Haxey, fever 21 December 1858 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: GURNHILL John, Gainsborough, rheumatism CAVE James, Gainsborough, jaundice PYCOCK Ann, Gainsborough, influenza PAPWORTH John, Gainsborough, diseased fingers MARR George, Gainsborough, smallpox LILL John, ditto BLAND Henry, ditto BROWN Henry, Willoughton, fever PLUMTREE James, Gainsborough, smallpox DENNIS Stephen, Newton DAVISON John, Marton, crushed foot FINNIGAN Mary, East Ferry BARKER John, East Ferry, disease of the urinary organs 4 January 1859 Persons relieved on account of illness: TURTLE Joseph, Newton, accidentally run over LEEDHAM Thomas, Gainsborough ANDERSON James, Gainsborough, smallpox SPITTLEHOUSE David, Misterton, inflammation of the bowels PICKERING Willm, Walkeringham, severe cold HINDS Benjn, East Stockwith, severe cold HILL Joseph, Haxey, ague & fever BRISTOW Willm, Misterton, fever HUDSON Thomas, Scotter, destitution LACEY George, repaid 6 shillings for relief received ** 18 January 1859 Persons relieved on account of illness: BACON Ann, Willingham, smallpox WESTEARN George, Gainsborough, cold DIXON John, Morton, gastritis GARNER Joseph, Owston, fever NEWBERT William, Beckingham, cold HIBBERT George, Bole, cold LYNCH John, East Ferry, fever 1 February 1859 Persons relieved on account of illness: BROWN John, Blyborough, arm cut by a machine HUDSON Thos, Scotter, severe cold 15 February 1859 Persons relieved on account of illness: SENESCAL William, Brampton, cold etc. ROBINSON James, Gainsborough, rheumatism NEEDHAM Maria, Gainsborough, abscess WILLEY Charles, Gainsborough, cold etc. MERRYWEATHER Henry, Gainsborough, diseased toe ROBINSON Peter, Gainsborough, rheumatic fever JOHNSON Joseph, Marton HOOTON Joseph, Willingham, fractured leg TODD Susannah, Willingham CHEETHAM Joseph, Walkeringham, illness BERRY John, Misterton, cold etc. 1 March 1859 HANSON Joseph of Springthorpe, to be relieved on account of illness, being otherwise ablebodied GURNHILL J, Gainsborough, repaid relief given ** WILLIAMSON N, Gainsborough, ditto ** 15 March 1859 MARSHALL John alias THOMPSON John Marshall, Gainsborough, deserted wife ** Persons given relief on account of illness: HODGKINSON Wm, Gainsborough CONWAY Geo, Gainsborough, lumbago MILLNS Chas, Gainsborough, disease of the heart CLARK Robert, Marton BRADFORD Charles, Gainsborough, contusion of thigh 29 March 1859 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: WHITE Jane, Willingham WRIGHT Charles, Gainsborough, cold KITCHING Thos, Marton, sciatica HOLMES Hannah, Beckingham FITCHETT Maria, Scotter 12 April 1859 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: DRIFFIELD Samuel, Corringham, bronchitis CARLISLE Annie, Marton ROYS John, Gainsborough, smallpox 3 May 1859 BARKER John, payment for 5 catheters ** Persons to be relieved on account of illness: HIGGS Charles, Gainsborough CHERRELL Charles, Gainsborough, fever HUNSLEY John, Scotter, fractured leg 17 May 1859 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: BARKER Nathan, Kettlethorpe RICHARDSON Mary, Gainsborough, diseased hand FOULSTON Jane, Gainsborough SWINDON Hannah, Misterton CLARKE Mary, Haxey HILL Robert, Haxey, fever COGGAN James, Haxey, abcess 31 May 1859 COBB Jane, East Stockwith, to go to service ** 14 June 1859 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: BONNINGTON Thos, West Stockwith, fever HOLLINGSWORTH Fredk, Blyton, cold 28 June 1859 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: DRIFFIELD Samuel, Corringham, consumption BRATT Jane, Gainsborough, debility LILL John, Gainsborough, rheumatism 12 July 1859 Persons to be relieved on account of illness: SPINDLER Wm, Lea, Struma? CREASEY Wm, Sturton, cold etc. GURNHILL Wm, Gainsborough, phthisis HIRD Mary, Springthorpe, diptheria CLARK Wm, Haxey, debility etc. HUDSON Thos, Scotter, debility 26 July 1859 BROUGH Harriet, Owston, going to service ** BATTY Wm, Owston, to be relieved on account of illness being otherwise able bodied. 9 August 1859 Out relief given to: MERRYWEATHER Henry of Gainsborough WILSON W. belonging to Owston, £3 18s paid for his maintenance 23 August 1859 Out relief given to: CLARKE Eliz, Gainsborough, english cholera STOTHARD Wm, Springthorpe, rheumatism BLACKBURN Vincent, Gainsborough, diptheria MITCHELL Mary, Gainsborough, dislocation of elbow FARR Robert, Willingham, disease of heart ROBERTS Richard, Misterton, diseased lungs SCOTT Wm, Misterton, dyspepsia 6 September 1859 GILBERT Sarah of Marton to go into service with Mr Thomas JACKSON of Willingham ** Out relief given to: GARNETT Mary, Gainsborough, diptheria ESBERGER Thos, Gainsborough, English cholera EMMETT Crowder, Gainsborough, diarrhoea MIDDLETON Fredk, Gainsborough, diarrhoea 20 September 1859 CARR Charlotte to go a month on trial with Mr Charles LEADBEATER of Sheffield Out relief given to: BURTON Eliz, Gainsborough, diptheria SMITH Wm, Gainsborough, diarrhoea CLARK George, Misterton, asthma SPENCER Ann, W Butterwick 4 October 1859 FLETCHER John of Marton to go to Mr Thomas ADDEY of Epworth Gardener ** GILBERT Sarah Jane, Marton, sent home by her master ** Out relief given to: ROSE Henry, Gainsborough, consumption CROPPER Michl, Scotter, illness 18 October 1859 FLETCHER John, Marton to be apprenticed to Thomas ADDEY ** Out relief given to: CREASEY Ann, Sturton, diseased leg LEEDHAM Thos, Gainsborough, diptheria CONWAY George, Gainsborough, rheumatism CROOKS Edward, Gainsborough, dislocated shoulder TATE John, Misterton, injury from fall 1 November 1859 Out relief given to: BAINES? George, Stow, consumption SOUTH John, Torksey, typhoid fever SOUTH William, Torksey, debility after fever ELLIOTT John, Gainsborough, diseased leg 15 November 1859 BAINES George, Stow, Mr MURPHY to attend to explain non-attendance ** Out relief given to: WESTEARN Thos, Gainsborough, syphilis TUTTY Daniel, Willoughton, fever 29 November 1859 Out relief given to BARRY Henry, Gainsborough, scarlatina diptheria MERRILLS William, Marton, diseased leg PRIESTLEY Ann, Willoughton, ditto 13 December 1859 Out relief given to: CRANFORD George, Hemswell, congestion of lung PEARSON Henry, Gainsborough, bronchitis RAYNER George, Gainsborough, apoplexy 27 December 1859 Out relief given to: PEARSON Thos, Gainsborough SMITH James, Gainsborough, accidental fall CLARK Stephen, Gainsborough, diseased leg HARDING Thos, Gainsborough 10 Jan 1860 Out relief given to: BINGHAM Joseph, Misterton PICKETT Christr, Willingham, measles CLARKE Richard, Gainsborough 24 January 1860 COLLY Robert, boy inmate, apprenticed to Mr John BURTON of Sheffield ** 7 Feb 1860 Out relief given to: DRIFFIELD Saml, Corringham SCRIMSHAW James, Hemswell, fever JOHNSON Sarah, Gainsborough 21 February 1860 Out relief given to: COOK Thos, Hemswell, fever EMMITT Crowder, Gainsborough WESTEARN George, Gainsborough, phthisis PYCROFT Charles, Corringham, disease of spine COOPER William, Walkeringham, cancer RUSBY Mark, Wildsworth 6 March 1860 GREGORY Thomas and ASHTON John, to be sent to Mr Edwin IBBERTSON of Sheffield knife maker on a months trial Out relief given to: MILLER Ellen and 1 child, Gainsborough, disease of heart CATLING Henry, Owston, ill from cold LAISTER William, Haxey, illness BINGHAM William, E Stockwith, lame 20 March 1860 PEARSON Edward, boy, to be sent to Mr DOWMAN, tailor, Gainsborough, for a month on trial Out relief given to: CURTIS Joseph, Gainsborough, bronchitis HODGKINSON Henry, Gainsborough TURTLE James, Sturton, diseased knee 3 April 1860 CROOKE Mr paid £9 2s for the maintenance of his child ** 17 April 1860 FISH Williamson, boy, Haxey, bound apprentice to Mr Henry Tunstall SHERRIFF of Gainsborough, book binder & paper hanger ASHTON John, Sturton and GREGORY Thomas, W Stockwith bound apprentice to Mr Edwin IBBERSON Sheffield ** THORESBY William, Hemswell, to be relieved on account of illness WILSON W, Owston, £1 19s paid for his maintenance 1 May 1860 PEARSON Edward, boy inmate, apprenticed to Matthias DOWMAN, Gainsborough, tailor Out relief paid to: WELLS William, Walkeringham, lame hand SLIGHT Thomas, Laughton TESH John, Hemswell, fever ROBINSON Peter, Gainsborough, rheumatism 18 May 1860 Out relief paid to: RAMPOLDI Angelo, Owston, illness DEMPSTER Wm, Haxey, cancer 29 May 1860 VICKERS Smith, Hemswell, to be relieved on account of illness 12 June 1860 Out relief given to: SHEARWOOD Ann, Gainsborough ALLOTT Wm, Owston, carbuncle CUTLER Wm, W Stockwith 26 June 1860 BAXTER William, younger, Stow, to maintain son George in wkhouse ** Out relief given to: BORRILL Dawson, Willoughton, fever TOYNE Elijah, Willoughton, fever COOPER Wm, Walkeringham, diseased jaw BINGHAM Wm, E Stockwith, lame MASON Edwd, Owston 10 July 1860 BRIGGS George, Gainsborough, to be relieved on account of illness 24 July 1860 BAXTER, idiot boy, to be sent back to his father at Stow ** Out relief given to: CLARK Joseph, Gainsborough, bronchitis TWIDALE Hannah M, W Butterwick WILSON Wm, Owston, £1 19s paid for his maintenance by Mr CROOKE 7 August 1860 ROBINSON John, Blyton, to be relieved on account of illness 18 September 1850 SIMPKINS Henry, 16, Thomas, 14 and PALAIN Thomas, 14 and COOK James, 13, ordered to be sent to Eyam nr Sheffield to Mr SCHOFIELD, wholesale shoemaking establishment ** JOHNSON John, 17, to go to Mr David ANDERSON, Glentham, tailor, on trial Out relief given to: HOLMES Robert, Sturton, diseased eyes HODGKINSON Hy, Gainsborough, abcess WAINWRIGHT Mordecai, Gainsborough CUTLER William, W Stockwith, lame 16 October 1860 BAXTER George, idiot boy, to be removed to Stow ** KEY John, Lincoln Union declines to relieve him **
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