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Page link: Murder at Rathdrum
Murder at Rathdrum
This article covers the tragic murder of an elderly woman in Rathdrum
Page link: Footsteps in Time Revisited
Footsteps in Time Revisited
Discover Wicklow's Hidden History In Photo's
Page link: Inquest
Inquest
This article is about an inquest into the death of a man who was sickly and the conditions in which he died
Page link: The Wicklow Town Poisoning Case.
The Wicklow Town Poisoning Case.
This was an unusual poisoning case involving a 22 year old woman.
Page link: Crime
Crime
Report of Bartholomew Warburton RM, 2 July 1849, concerning his impressions of an increase in crime in Co. Wicklow during the Summer quarter sessions (National Archives, Outrage Papers 1849 32/103)
Page link: EMIGRATION
EMIGRATION
Report by Police Constable David Lynch of sermon by the Rev. Thomas Hore in Whitefield, Tinahely, 3 June 1850 (National Archives, Outrage Papers 1850 32/105)
Page link: PUBLIC WORKS
PUBLIC WORKS
Report from Lieutenant Anderson, Inspecting Officer for county Wicklow, 27 December 1846 (Parliamentary Papers, Accounts and Papers 1847, Correspondence [Board of Works Series] July 1846-Jan 1847, p.452)
Page link: Evidence of Samuel Fenton
Evidence of Samuel Fenton
Evidence of Samuel Fenton to the Devon Commission taken on 2nd November 1844
Page link: Public Health Report
Public Health Report
Report by Dr. Richard Stephens, medical inspector, on Wicklow Fever Hospital to the Central Board of Health, 5 July 1846 (National Archives, Relief Commission Papers, RLF COM II/1/4011)
Page link: Arklow Port
Arklow Port
A Long History
Page link: Ballyknockan
Ballyknockan
Wicklows Stonecutter Village