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Hartlepool Workhouse

J. T. Nicholson

Hartlepool Workhouse

census returns 1841, census returns 1871 staff, census returns 1871 inmates, census returns 1881 staff, census returns 1881 inmates, census returns 1891 staff, census returns 1891 inmates

by J. T. Nicholson

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Published by [Cleveland Family History Society] in [Cleveland] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Typescript.

Statement[compiled by] J. T. Nicholson.
ContributionsCleveland Family History Society.
The Physical Object
Pagination[18] leaves ;
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19032360M

The Hartlepool Mail is a newspaper serving Hartlepool and the surrounding area. It has an average daily circulation of 14, The paper was founded in Hartlepool in as The Northern Daily Mail and continued to be printed in the town until August , when the printing staff were told they would be made redundant on 30 September.   Iain Wright has been a busy man. The chairman of parliament’s business, innovation and skills select committee has just co-authored the page report into the collapse of retailer BHS with.

  Suffice to say, Elizabeth was probably born in Hartlepool. She married George Robinson, a fisherman also from Hartlepool on at St. Hilda's on The Headland, Hartlepool, England. Ther ceremony was performed by William Wilson, Curate of Hartlepool. Witnesses were: William Horsley, George Comer and John Fletcher.   You might like to know there is an excellent book published about belford Workhouse called "A Poor Little House" by J. Bowen. There is a whole section written about the Bells who were there from to which I think you'll find very interesting. Phone Bell View Resource Centre for details. Tel

Report Book Donated by Hartlepool Museum Service image. Richard Banyer in Donated by Gillian Smith Dated image. Rodney Royals Donated by Mrs. Ann Stanbridge. - Hartlepool History Then & Now. The Corporation Welfare Club, Church Street. Oh! and a Ford Anglia.


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Hartlepool Workhouse by J. T. Nicholson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Workhouse Details about The Workhouse In the late s and early s, there was a town workhouse at the Friarage (part of which eventually became part of St Hilda's Hospital).

In the Poor Law Town Book, lists of paupers and workhouse inmates are given and also details of amounts of money and clothing given to them.

In Hartlepool became part of Stockton-on-Tees Poor Law Union but in the independent Hartlepool Workhouse book Union was formed with its own Board of Guardians.

The site at Holbeck, Throston was chosen as the location for the new workhouse to be built after two other sites at West Holbeck and Dykehouse were discounted.

In May. In Hartlepool today, the town’s hospital stands on the site of the original West Hartlepool Workhouse. Some of the early buildings still exist. The hospital has had several names during its life, being first known as the Workhouse.

In the name “workhouse” was changed to Howbeck House. Hartlepool Workhouse book It was changed again in to Howbeck Infirmary. A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham.

The Warehouse is based around 3 main characters and the book is set out in 3 different narratives, Paxton, Zinnia and Gibson Wells. its set roughly 30 years in the future and after a massacre across the USA during the black Friday sales, The Cloud (an online shop like Amazon) has wiped out almost all regular retail outlet after the public feared shopping in the conventional way and has.

Children in the Workhouse - Children in Workhouse and those sent to institutions since Hartlepool Union. LIST OF CHILDREN MAINTAINED IN THE WORKHOUSE.

This 27 th Day of January Also a list of. ORPHANS AND OTHER CHILDREN. Sent to Certified Homes or other Institutions since May Prepared for the use of the.

I have just discovered my Great Great Grandparents in Hartlepool Union Workhouse in One died in and the other inin Hartlepool so presumably still in the workhouse. Message Boards > Localities > United Kingdom and Ireland > England > Durham > General > Catholic Workhouse Burial Hartlepool Durham Kennedy Search for content in.

Re: "Howheck" House, Throston, nr Hartlepool «Reply #1 on: Monday 18 June 12 BST (UK)» Hartlepool Union workhouse was erected at on Holdforth Road at Throston which later became Howbeck Infirmary, then Hartlepool General Hospital. An exclusive in the book is the unmasking of the author of the Victorian workhouse exposé Indoor Paupers published anonymously in The identity of the writer and of the unnamed London workhouse he describes are finally revealed.

Paperback, pages. Published 22nd October by The History Press at £   Yet Maggie (registered Margaret Grieve Cloake Dec Qtr, Hartlepool) was born in Hartlepool Workhouse.

Also strange that the Henry Cloake, blacksmith's striker, born in New York, USA on C transmogrifies (apologies for the word, but I don't much chance to use it. LOL)into Joseph Cook harnessman and shipyard labourer, born in Somerset. Built on the site of the Hartlepool Union Workhouse.

Hospital of God Greatham. The Hospital of God, Greatham, founded in St Hilda's Hospital (Hartlepools' Hospital) St Hilda's opened in and closed in It was demolished in The Workhouse. Hartlepool Workhouse. The Workhouse In the late s and early s, there was a town workhouse at the Friarage (part of which eventually became part of St Hilda's Hospital).

In the Poor Law Town Book, lists of paupers and workhouse inmates are given and also details of amounts of money and clothing given to them. Use the options below to search the catalogues of the documents () deposited in the Record Office and those related photographs () that have already been made available for viewing online.

Each catalogue entry includes the reference number you will need should you wish to. The Hartlepool Story: A History of the Area of the Present Borough ( B.C. to A.D. ) [Gill, Walter] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Hartlepool Story: A History of the Area of the Present Borough ( B.C. to A.D. )Reviews: 1. Throston, a township in Hart parish, Durham, partly within the borough of West Hartlepool, and 2 miles from West Hartlepool railway station.

It has a post, money order, and telegraph office (T.S.O.) under West Hartlepool. Acreage, of land and 99 of foreshore; population, CO The West Hartlepool workhouse is in this township. Workhouse records at The National Archives usually relate to the general business of the workhouses rather than individual inmates or members of staff.

Not all records survive, but where they do you may find admission and discharge books or registers; creed registers, registers of births, baptisms and deaths, details of staff appointments and.

A Comprehensive History of the Workhouse by Peter Higginbotham. Current location: Aged Married Couple's Bedroom: An revision to the Poor Law Act required Unions, if requested, to provide elderly married couples with their own bedroom. To access the online resources you will need your library borrower number, which you will find on your library card.

If you are not yet a member of Hartlepool Libraries, or have lost your card, contact us. If your library borrower number contains any letters, please substitute with a zero (O).

reference library, information service, research, Hartlepool Outbreak Control Plan. Our Outbreak Control Plan establishes a collaborative approach to be taken to minimise new COVID outbreaks and also includes details of the steps to be taken in the event of an outbreak.

The new workhouse, built inwas designed by George Wilkinson. It occupied a nine-acre site a mile to the north of CavCavan town. It could accommodate 1, inmates, making it Ulster's largest workhouse.

The cost of the building was £10, plus £2, for fixtures and fittings etc. Hi, you could write a book about this you really have a good imagination,the reason I bought the death certificate was,I thought benjamin had done something really wrong and had died in prison, didnt realise it was the workhouse,so I suppose the secret has died with them and I will never know why or what happened,but I will go back to the records office again and see if i can find.HARTLEPOOL.

Brierton Hospital NZ Cameron Hospital NZ Hartlepool General Hospital (Hartlepool Union Workhouse; Howbeck Infirmary) NZ Hartlepool Port Sanitary Hospital NZ St Hilda’s Hospital (Hartlepool’s Hospital) NZ LOFTUS.