2 edition of Paupers in workhouses 1861 found in the catalog.
Paupers in workhouses 1861
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Paupers in Workhouses, Related data collections. London, England, Workhouse Admission and Discharge Records, This database contains various poor law records for London. Poor law generally refers to poor individuals such as the elderly, orphaned, unemployed, or sick and afflicted.
These individuals were eligible to receive help. Northumberland Workhouse Paupers Northumberland Workhouse Paupers Includes the names of Workhouse paupers in: Alnwick, Tynedale and Berwick-upon-Tweed etc for the year Author Topic: adult paupers in workhouses (Read times) stephen7.
adult paupers in workhouses «on: Friday 21 March 08 GMT (UK)» hi all, i have a list of adult paupers in english workhouses for this is a list of people who have been there for more than 5 years, with a little detail for each person.
if anyone. Many inmates were, however, to become long-term residents of the workhouse. A Parliamentary report of found that, nation-wide, over 20 percent of inmates had been in the workhouse for more than five years.
These were mostly consisted of. Paupers in Workhouses Ordered by The House of Commons to be printed 30 July Returns "from each workhouse in England & Wales, of the name of every adult pauper in each workhouse who has been an inmate of the workhouse during a continuous period of five years; stating the amount of time that each of such inmates shall have been in the workhouse, and the reason.
'INDOOR PAUPERS' (Extracts)by 'ONE OF THEM' Indoor Paupers was published anonymously in by 'One of Them' and purports to give the real insider's story of life in a London workhouse.
Despite the author's dismissal of the 'strange tales' that had been told of casual ward inmates — presumably a reference to James Greenwood's sensation-causing A Night in a .