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POOR LAW UNION IMMIGRANTS TO CANADA

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Poor Law Union Emigrants 1846

Folio 284

Letter from W E Goodacre junior, Clerk to the Guardians of the Mansfield Poor Law Union, to the Poor Law Commission, regarding the emigration of Mary Vernon of Warsop. Her husband John Vernon, now in Canada, has sent 8 towards the cost of sending her and her three children to join him. (Paper Number: 344/B/1846. Poor Law Union Number 337. Counties: Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Date 6 Jan 1846 Catalogue reference MH 12/9361/184)

Folio 285

Draft letter from the Poor Law Commission to W E Goodacre junior, Clerk to the Guardians of the Mansfield Poor Law Union, regarding an application to the board of guardians by the parish of Warsop regarding the emigration of Mary Vernon to Canada. (Paper Number: 344/B/1846. Poor Law Union Number 337. Counties: Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Date 13 Jan 1846 Catalogue reference MH 12/9361/185)

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Folio 303

. A draft letter from the Poor Law Commission to Charles Bond, Clerk to the Guardians of the Axminster Poor Law Union, concerning the guardians request in its letter of the 13 June 1846 that the Commission approves an order by a vestry meeting in Colton to advance a sum of 10, to assist John Carter and his family with travel expenses arising from their emigration to Canada. (Paper Number: 7195/A/1846. Poor Law Union Number 76. Counties: Devon and Dorset. Date 20 June 1846 Catalogue reference MH 12/2098/170)

Folios 340-343

. A letter from Charles Bond, Clerk to the Axminster Poor Law Union, to the Poor Law Commission regarding the emigration of Mr Carter and his family, parishioners of Colyton, to Canada.
  • John Carter, 33, shoemaker
  • Henry? Carter, 10, son
  • James Carter, 8, son
  • William Carter, 7, son
  • John Carter, 5, son
  • Ann? Carter, 30, wife
  • Mary Ann Carter, 4, daughter
  • Rebecca Carter, 2, daughter
  • Sarah Carter, 1, daughter
(Paper Number: 8253/A/1846 Poor Law Union Number 76. Counties: Devon and Dorset. Date 7 July 1846 Catalogue reference MH 12/2098/186 ) Also see Folios 301-302 (27 May 1846); Folio 300 (13 June 1846).
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Folio 344

. A draft of a letter from the Poor Law Commission to Charles Bond Secretary to the Axminster Poor Law Union on the subject of emigration expenses for Colyton parishioners, raised in his letter dated the 7 July 1846 The Commission acknowledges the receipt of a copy of a resolution to raise 15.00 from the poor rate to assist with the travel expenses of John Carter and his family to Canada. The Commision states the sum requested is insufficient for the travel expenses to Canada of a family of eight people. (Poor Law Union Number 76. Counties: Devon and Dorset. Date 9 July 1846 Catalogue reference MH 12/2098/187)

Folio 348

. Letter from Charles Bond, Clerk to the Guardians of the Axminster Poor Law Union, to the Poor Law Commission on the subject of emigration of John Carter and his family to Canada (Paper Number: 8508/A/1846. See also Paper Number: 8253/A/1846. Poor Law Union Number 76. Counties: Devon and Dorset. Date 13 July 1846 Catalogue reference MH 12/2098/190)



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