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FEELY, Robert
(1837-)
GRIMES, Mary
(1836-0002/1898)
McLAUGHLAN, Michael
(About 1835-Before 1902)
NOGHER, Mary Jane
(About 1835-Before 1902)
FEELY, James
(1858-)
McLAUGHLAN, Bridget
(1861-Before 1902)
FEELY, James
(About 1888-After 1908)

 

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FEELY, James 1 2

  • Born: About 1888, 6 Lowpatrick Street, Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland 2
  • Died: After 3 June 1908

   Another name for James was FEELEY, James.

  General Notes:

In 1905 when James' father, also called James, applied for parish relief from Govan Combination,'James 17' was included on his list of children. The inspector's report also stated that he was born in Hamilton and was single. It added he was supposedly in Larkhall.

APPLICATION FOR PARISH RELIEF
(in red) 3/6/08 Hamilton admits liability.
James Feeley residing at Hydepark Model applied for poor relief on 4/5/1908 at approximately 2.55 pm. He had been born at Lowpatrick Street Hamilton, and was aged 21 years and single. He was a Roman Catholic who worked as a labourer.

He was disabled from earning through influenza and catarrh (Dr Mather) and having no means of support he was wholly destitute. His parents were James Feeley, miner, and Bridget McLachlan. The latter was dead, and the father in Larkhall at 73 Buffen Larkhall. The applicant applied for admission; he had supported himself previously by his own efforts and this was his first application.

The parish settlement was Hamilton.
On 4/5/08 at 4.50 - Barnhill, signed Alfred S. Martin Ass Insp.

(in red) left 26/5/8 at OR (own request?)
Particulars of Settlement:
Present address: Glasgow, 3 weeks
Model Grangemouth.
Unsettled between different places following public works for the last 5 years. Grangemouth Kincassie [sic] Ballachulish Coatbridge Kirkcaldy and in Ireland on 2 occasions-cannot detail
St Mary's industrial, 175 Gallowgate, Glasgow parish, 3yrs 4 m
Strathavon [sic] with father 3 yrs
Was last employed labouring for McAlpin's Son Contractors, Kincassie [sic] 5 1/2d per hour. idle 2 months. Was never in the Army or Navy, or in any sick benefits recently. Complains of pains all over his body.
6/5/08 Decision of Committee- Po.Ho
4/5/08 notice sent to Hamilton
5/5/08 claim Hamilton
(in red)
Letter C/4660 dated 3/6/8 from Hamilton: Liability is admitted - if still changeable send him on here at once for admission to our Poorhouse
15/6/8 Wrote Hamilton ch: ceased


Sources


1 1891 UK Census, Hamilton 1 Field Street.

2 1891 UK Census, Hamilton Lanarkshire; ED: 16; Page: 41.


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