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Infants in Carlow Workhouse
1872, 1873, and 1874
Source:- Tom LePorte
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Infants in Carlow Workhouse

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RETURN to an Order of the Honourable The House Of Commons,
Dated 24 March 1879; - for

RETURN, “with CHRISTIAN and SURNAME of each, of INFANT BORN in IRISH WORKHOUSES, or Admitted thereto when Healthy under Twelve Months Old, and attempted to be Reared therein during the Year 1872, showing what has since becomes of them, in the following Tabular Form:-

UNION WORKHOUSE.

Born in the Workhouse
 or
 Admitted Healthy under Twelve Months.

Discharged.

Healthy.

In Hospital.

Dead.

“SIMILAR RETURN of HEALTHY INFANTS under Twelve Months Old who were SENT OUT to NURSE in 1872 by BOARD of GUARDIANS in Ireland, and attempted to be Reared in the Homes of Foster Parents, in the following Tabular Form:-

UNION.

Children  under Twelve Months Old sent out to be Nursed.

Returned to Workhouse.

Healthy.

Under Medical Treatment.

Dead.

“And, SIMILAR RETURNS for 1873 and 1874,”
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Local Government Board, Dublin }
19 July 1879 }
W.D. WODSWORTH,
                  Assistant Secretary.
 (Mr. Arthur Moore.)
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Ordered by the House of Commons, to be Printed,
25 July 1879.
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Transcribed by M. Brennan April 2007.

 
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