Return of Juvenile Offenders 1868 (England)
Return to an Address of the Honourable The House of Commons, dated 11 March 18869, for Nominal Return of any Children Committed in the Year 1868 to any Reformatory or Industrial School not 'conducted in accordance with the Religious Persuasion to which the Youthful Offenders appeared to the Committing Authority to belong,' together with the Reasons for such Committal by the Committing Authority.
Names in this online transcription include Banks, Barrowman, Battle, Bell, Black, Bolam, Brannan, Brian, Brien, Broderick, Brown, Burke, Caffrey, Carberry, Clark, Coghlan, Connell, Connolly, Connor, Convery, Coooney, Cumming, Dawson, Deacon, Derby, Dillon, Donaldson, Donelly, Doody, Doyle, Dunlavy, Dunn, Eagan, Early, Fallon, Farran, Feeney, Flanagan, Flynn, Gallagher, Gallavin, Gann, Glenning, Grayley, Gregg, Haley, Harkney, Hendry, Hoey, Holland, Horrocks, Hoy, Hughes, Hunt, Innis, Joyce, Kelley, Kelly, Kenyon, Lee, Lees, Livingstone, Lovell, Lovett, Lynch, Maloney, McCann, McCarney, McCarthy, McCormick, McDermott, McKenna, McKenzie, McNulty, McVay, McVicar, Moore, Moran, Morgan, Murphy, Murray, Nevett, Noonan, Nugent, O'Hara, O'Neil, Quinn, Rafferty, Reardon, Reilly, Riley, Robinson, Ross, Ryan, Satarina, Shannon, Shearman, Sheridan, Sullivan, Sweeney, Thomson, Thornton, Tighe, Tracy, Tweedie, Waller, Walsh, Ward, Watson, Whelan, Wilson.
Labels: Great Britain, School Records and Yearbooks
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