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2 edition of County paupers and county houses of industry found in the catalog.

County paupers and county houses of industry

by Prisoners" Aid Association of Canada

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Published by s.n. in [Toronto? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prisons,
  • Missions and charities,
  • Asiles d"indigents,
  • Almshouses,
  • Missions et oeuvres de bienfaisance

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 90153, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 90153
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (17 fr.)
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24948738M
    ISBN 100665901534
    OCLC/WorldCa53614185

    ph Wellington County House of Industry and Refuge, view from south side of the Grand River, ca. Photographer unknown. Many feeble-minded people ended up in the Poor House, in the eighteenth century, which later became the Work House or Houses of Refuge and Houses of Industry in the nineteenth and early twentieth century. leaseholders, some craftsmen, paupers, rabbis, intellectuals and medical professionals lived there during this period. They came mostly from the northeastern counties, only few people came role in the creation and development of the local trade and industry. In Heves county, the A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN HEVES COUNTY, HUNGARY.

    Full text of "Tennessee county history series: Anderson County / by Katherine B. Hoskins ; Joy Bailey Dunn, editor, Charles W. Crawford, associate editor" See other formats. Workhouse Children: Infant and Child Paupers Under the Worcestershire Poor Law, – Sutton Publishing. ISBN Downing, J. (). An Account of Several Work-houses for Employing and Maintaining the Poor. Joseph Downing. OL M. Higginbotham, Peter (). Workhouses of the Midlands. The History Press.

    A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham. Kilkenny, Co. Kilkenny [Bibliography] Kilkenny House of Industry. The building of a House of Industry in Kilkenny was proposed in as a place "where the old and infirm may always find an asylum, and the lazy and incorrigible be kept to hard labour and discipline". the jurisdiction of the county where they lived (reminiscent of serfdom in Britain). The county was responsible for providing them with outdoor relief, which was a monetary allowance. This provision allowed many widows or disabled people to remain in their own homes and avoid being placed in the almshouse. The government enactment of theAuthor: Diane M. Huddleston.


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Additional Physical Format: Print version: County paupers and county houses of industry. [Toronto?]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) The jury are of the opinion that the commitment to gaol of such indigents, jwho have committed no crime is an outrage, and believe that other means should be provided for the care of the poor.' " County Paupers and County Houses or Industry.

County of York. (Stt eul on pmtmu pa;*). The Wellington County House of Industry and Refuge was opened in and over the years, housed approximately deserving poor, including those who were destitute, old and infirm, or disabled.

The bed house for inmates was surrounded by a acre industrial farm with a barn for livestock that produced some of the food for the England's weal & prosperity proposed: or, Reasons for erecting publick vvork-houses in every county, for the speedy promoting of industry and the woollen manufactory, shewing how the wealth of the nation may be encreased, many hundred thousand pounds per annum.

Caswell County Pauper Home History Summary (Updated October ) ByWardens of the Poor had been elected for Caswell County, and Robert Dickens, representative from Caswell, secured passage of a bill to empower the Wardens "to purchase lands and build a house for the reception of the Poor in the County.".

'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. The Irish Poor Laws were a series of Acts of Parliament intended to address social instability due to widespread and persistent poverty in Ireland.

While some legislation had been introduced by the pre-Union Parliament of Ireland prior to the Act of Union, the most radical and comprehensive attempt was the Irish act ofclosely modelled on the English Poor Law of – An Act To Provide For The Establishment Of County Poorhouses.

ChapterLaws ofPassed 27th November “I. Be it enacted by the People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assembly, That it shall be the duty of the board of supervisors of each county in this State (the counties of Genesee, Yates, Greene, Washington, Rensselaer.

The Steuben County Asylum, built inappears to match this third stage. The strong center area indicates there was a public entrance with rooms for the County Superintendent of the Poor.

There is room enough to separate men from women and to create the ordered environment that could be both helpful and oppressive.

PENNINGTON CEMETERY No. 2 (Industry Twp.) This cemetery is located on the east half of the NE quarter of Sec. It is named for Thomas J.

Pennington who in donated land to McDonough County "as a burying ground for the use of Industry Township" (Deeds: 35/; Genealogy /). The son of Thomas Pennington was the first burial in   Before the poor farm came into existence, Hughes County’s “paupers” were housed by private citizens paid by the county.

Bill from the Hughes County Commission minutes from Aug. 17,   I write about this in my book A Wholesome Horror; Poor Houses in Nova Scotia.

It was a tradition of helping paupers who were not in the house but may have had a house of their own but still needed some form of assistance in the form of wood, coal, clothing or money. Inthe Township of Horton reported the following “Paupers Outside”. Bya system called the "Pauper Schools" was put in place.

The Legislative act required each county to use public tax monies to pay the tuition to local schools for each child from 5 to 12 years old. Citizens unable to pay their tax share towards this had to prove it and declare themselves as paupers.

The county's economy was permanently aided by the growth of the aviation industry. Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation moved to Fort Worth and emplo workers by the end of the war. County population figures show. Book, blog, posts, and pages have been researched, written, and developed by Linda S.

Stuhler. The Inmates of Willard to / A Genealogy Resource Search. The L&N operated several stations in Murray County and provided transportation between Etowah, Tennessee, and Cartersville, Georgia.

By the s, however, rail travel had declined, and the Chatsworth station was the only one that remained open. That depot has since been renovated and houses a museum dedicated to Murray County's talc industry.

In the wardens of Craven County expressed a complaint to the General Assembly which might have been duplicated in many other counties. "The fine of Twenty dollars is so small," ran the petition, "that three out of seven [wardens] elected refused to qualify; and then we voted on nearly a dozen other gentlemen to supply their places, and one is still vacant, the most of them.

Decatur County Record Book R, pageDeed dated January,from Alison Snelling to James P. Gilmore, 51 acres. James P. Gilmore donated land for $ for an AME church. [Recorder’s Office, Decatur County Courthouse] Decatur County Tract Book, pageland purchased by Joseph Snelling.

From Poorhouses to Jails, Same Function, Different Time. Introduction. In David Wagner’s book, The Poorhouse: America’s Forgotten Institution, one can find evidence of a direct chain connecting the modern jail with what were known variously as “poorhouses,” “almshouses” and “houses of correction.”For instance, one poorhouse he studied was the Carroll County (New.

James Keys was the first name found in the book titled “Register of Paupers, Vagrants, and Idiots received at the House of Industry and Refuge County of Middlesex”. Today we associate ‘inmates’ with prison, but in the s this described anyone living in a public institution, including a jail, hospital or asylum.

Register of Paupers, Vagrants, & Idiots received at the House of Industry and Refuge; Source: Region of Waterloo Archives This is the only time in the logbook where race is indicated. This could be due to the fact that the vast majority of inmates were white and therefore no.

Once you were into the local poor house, or in rural Nova Scotia the poor farm, it was not always easy to get out. Over the weekend, a friend of mine from Baltimore told me how her father used to go to the local poor farm every year and ‘ get a .Donated Online Publications.

Elgin County, Ontario, Canada. Ordered by LDS Subjects. BIOGRAPHY. Biographical Sketches of Some of the Residents of Elgin County – available online at Emigrants Letters from Elgin County to Scotland – – submitted by Colin Cruickshank, Alton, Hampshire, England.