Limerick Evening Post and Clare Sentinel

1 June 1830

Distressed Weavers of Limerick
Final Report
Of the Committee for the Relief and Employment of the Weavers of the City of Limerick.

The arrangements stated in the Report published in the Post and Sentinel of the 20th ult. have been since carried into effect; amd the exceptions then entertained by the Commiuttee have, they are gratified to announce, been satisfactorily attained.
  So small was their means to meet the variety and magnitude of the Weavers' miseries that, in the very outset, the Committee almost despaired of accomplishing their objects; but, by zeal and perseverence, with determination not to be diverted from their philantropic purpose by any untoward circumstances, they have been enabled to bring their labours to such a termination as may, theu hope, obtain fo4r their exertions, public approbation.
  In order to accelerate the departure hence to Manchester, of the multitude who were clamarous to escape from the evils of idleness and the ravages of famine, the Committee had a communication made to the Irish Inland Steam Navigation Company, who, at once, generpously agreed to convey adults from Limerick to Liverpool, at the rate of ten shillings a head, and children, between the ages of three and twelve years, for one half of that sum, out of which, however, this valuable Company was obliged to pay the sum of Four Shillings and Nine-pence per head to the Grand Canal Company, who would no make any abatement whatever.
  Having thus secured a cheap passage for the people, calculations were made for their sustenance and expenses to their place of destination, as also for redeeming from Pawn-brokers the necessary wearing apparel of those who were to embark.
  It was accordingly regulated that a suitable supply of bread, sugar, and coffee should be provided for each person; that all indispencable articles of clothing should be released from pawn, and furnished to their owners; that every man, with a family, should get the sum of two shillings on board the Canal boat, for incidental expenses to Dublin; and every man without a family, one shilling for the like use; and, moreover, that the Agent in Liverpool of the Steam Navigation Company should pay the sum of ten shillings to every man with a family, to defray their expenses from that city to Manchester, and to every man without a family, the sum of five shillings for the like purpose.
  These arrangement having been completed, eight lots of weavers and their families, amounting together to Two hundred and Sixty-five individuals, were conveniently despatched to Manchester, where they all arrived safe, and are, with the exception of some few bad workmen and idlers who have returned to Limerick, now all employed.  Indeed several of those who remained in Manchester, have, as the Committee has been informed, sent for many of their families, who have proceeded thither by their own resources.  The names of the persons who went to Manchester are hereunto annexed.
  According to information which has been communicated to the Committee, they are warranted in saying, that every Cotton, Check, and Ticken Weaver now in Limerick, capable and willing to work, may be employed—in fact, the whole body of that class of operatives are engaged at their looms; and her the Committee cannot avoid quoting the last sentence of their former report, in order to shew how well founded were their anticipations at the period:—" By these arrangements the City will be at once relieved from a mass of misery, and the Weavers who remain at home instantly put to work; for the Committee are confident that the Master manufacturers, who have manifested sincere solicitude for the comfort of the operatives, between whom and their employers the best understanding happily prevails, will, as well from feelings of humanity as motives of policy, di all in their power to improve the condition of a class of tradesmen who are not surpassed by any others, for peaceable demeanour and good conduct."
  After the removal from the city of so large a portion of unproductiveness and misfortune which absorbed almost the whole of the scanty fund of the Committee, their next duty was to ascetain how many remained at home to be employed, and to endeavour, of possible, to set to work those that may be idle either from the want of materials or utensils; and also to afford pecuniary relief to such of the Weavers as were at work, but suffering distress with large families.
  Enquires having been made, it was found that twenty-nine men were in want of slieds, shuttles, reeds, harness, or yarn, all of which were procured; and that twenty-six more stood in need of pecumiary aid, which was supplied in such small sums as their respective circumstances demended, and the nearly exhausted fund of the Committee could supply.
  Withe the exception of Seventeen persons, comprised of pensioners, who were not only at work but in the receipt of the public money, and of individuals who are also employed and otherwise, (to use a familiar but emphatic phrase,) "well off," —with these exceptions, every body connected with the cotton and check weavers have obtained such relief as was within the means of the Committee to afford.
  The Worsted weavers, who are a distinct class from the cotton weavers, have not as yet been under the consideration of the commmittee.  These poor men, comprising 51 individuals, whose united families amount to 154 persons, have all along suffered in silence; and whatever balance (if any) may remain in the Treasurer's hands, will be applied to their use.
  The Committee has now to submit an account of the money received and expended; as also, the donations and names of those benevolent persons whose bounty has conduced to the amelioration of so large a portion of the people

The Treasurer's Account
Receipts

To Cash received for Subscriptions, (see names and sums beloiw,)— £321 4 2

Expenditure.

By the conveyance of Eight lots of Weavers and their families from Limerick to Manchester, viz:
Lots Nos. B. C. S. Exs. to Dub. Pledges.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
22
43
66
36
46
19
30
3
2
4
6
5
5
2
3
...
1
15
17
8
13
8
18
7
8
0
9
9
7
4
11
3
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
...
2
9
16
12
6
17
2
2
0
...
...
8
...
...
...
...
4
12
12
12
9
3
11
1
4
0
3
6
17
16
5
...

10½





  265 31 11 3 9 6 8 66 14
Expenses to Dublin ......
Bread, Coffee, and Sugar ....
9
31
6
11

          Total .......... 107 12
By Inland Navigation Company per receipt below 151 10
By Utensild and Materials for 29 Weavers 28 1
     pecuniary relief for 26 ditto, 13 15
     burying Michael PRICE, 1 0
     Daniel MURPHY while sick, 1 0
     Limerick Chronicle adv. 6 0
     Post and Sentinel advertising and printing, 4 8
     Circulars, 0 5
     Paper, 0 2
     Balance, 7 8 10½
  £321 4

Limerick, 20th May, 1330(sic).
Irish Inland Steam Nav. Coms. Office.

  Received from J. T. DEVITT, Esq., Treasurer of the Weavers Committee, the sum of One Hundred and Fifty-one Pounds, Ten Shillings and Six Pence, sterling, for conveying Eight lots of Weavers and their families, consisting if two hendred and sixty five persons, from Limerick to LIverpool, and for advances made to them at Liverpool to enable them to proceed to Manchester.

Wm. M'CANN,

£151 10s. 6d.

   Rev. Mr. QUIN, 30; Messrs STEIN, 20; BROWN & Co., 20; Messrs CONNELL & FITZPATRICK, 10; Earl of Limerick, 10 ; WALKER & Co., 10; Lord Bishop of Limerick, 10; Thomas Spring RICE, 10; Earl of Clare, 10; Colonel FITZGIBBON, 10; Right Worhipful Henry ROSE, 5; Samuel DICKSON, 5; Thomas DEVITT, 5; Francis MAHONT, 5; Edmond RYAN and sons, 5; Pierce SHANNON, 5; P. W. CREAGH, 5; Samuel BINDON, 3; John UNTHANK, 3; David ROCHE, 3; Martin HONAN, 3; Right Rev. Doctor RYAN, 3; James HOGAN, 3; Archdeacon MAIUNSELL, 3; Thomas M'NAMARA, 2; John H. M'NIGHT, 2; Major-General BOURKE, 2; HARVEY, brothers 2; D.F.G. MAHONY, 2; George DROUGHT, 2; City Police, 2; P. M'ARDELL, 2; Robert MAUNSELL, 2; Patrick MURPHY, 2; William ROCHE, 2; POE & BEVAN, 2; William HUMPHREYS, 2; Stephen DICKSON, 2; Henry LYONS, 2; J.J. TROY, 2; Michael GAVIN, 2; J.&P. M'DONNELL, 2; Doctor HARDING, 2; VeryRev.Dr. HOGAN, 2; John KELLY, 2; Wm. HOWLY, 2; T.P. VOKES, 2; M.B. Ryan, 1 1s.; Rev. T. ENRIGHT, 1; W.M. GREENE, 1; James MORGAN, 1; Henry WATSON, 1; Andrew J. WATSON, 1; Patrick SHANNON, 1; Colonel O'DONNELL, 1; J.M. HARVEY, 1; John LEE, 1; G.H. FITZGERALD, 1; James DEACON, 1; Edward BERNARD, 1; John GABBETT, 1; Rev. J. O'REGAN, Dromin, 1; John CUTHBERT, 1; Rev. Doctor FORSTER, 1; S. ROSE, 1; Collector O'FLAHERTY, 1; Francis SPAIGHT, 1; Richard KENNY, 1; John MARK, 1; Pool GABBETT, 1; Robert HUNTER, 1; John BOYSE, 1; Benj. C. FISHER, 1; Patrick HOGAN, 1; ALEXANDER, Brothers, 1; H. SMYTH & Co., 1; John FOGARTY, 1; Andrew NEWELL, 1; James CORBETT, 1; John ABEL, 1; M. QUIN, 1; Mrs. LYONS, 1; Mr. JOYCE, 1; Wm. RUSSELL, 1; Pierce CREAGH, 1; Charles WALKER, 1; P. O'CALLAGHAN, 1; John BLOOD, 1; Miss A. HOGAN, 1; J. BROWNING, 1; Edward PARKER, 1; Mr. FRAZER, 1; Rev.Mr. JEBB, 1; Wm. CAUFIELD, 1; Mr. CREE, 1; John RUSSELL, 1; Mr. THOMPSON, 1; James CORBETT, 1; W.J. MASON, 1; Rev.Mr. LEWIS, 1; Daniel BARRINGTON, 1; W.B. KELLY, 1; VeryRev.Dr. COLL, 1; Dr. CARROLL, 1; Edward HOMAN, 1; Thomas JERVIS, 1; James CUSSEN, 1; T.M. ROSE, 1; Ralph (jun) WESTROPP, 1; Alexander ROY, 1; Miss MONSELL, Tervoe, 1; Rev. Richard DICKSON, 1; Rev.W.M. FITZGERALD, 1; Roger SCULLY, 1; Wm. RYAN, Carr-street, 1; Captain COPPINGER, 1; Joseph FISHER, 1; William RYVES, 1; William WILSON, 10; Captain BLOOD, 1; Dean M'NAMARA, 1 10s; Mrs. CRIPS, 1 10s; John LUCAS, 1 10s; Thomas WALLNUTT, 1 10s; Anonymous, A. R. D., 10s; Thomas MAUNSELL, 10s; S. WILSON, 10s; J. COOKE, 10s; Dr. BOUCHIER, 10s; Charles FITZGERALD, 10s; Goe. CONNELL, 10s; Eliza MORIARTY, 10s; Mr. RICHARDSON, 10s; John ELLARD, 10s; James GUERIN, 10s; Anonymous, 9s 6d; J. COX, 10s; Rev.J. WAUGH, 10s; Miss DEZOUCH, 10s; Mr. JENNINGS, Cork, 10s; Michael RYAN, 10s; John GOGGIN, 10s; Henry OWENS, 10s; Mr. HARTNEY, 10s; Dr. SAYERS, 10s; edward HYNES, 10s; Richard SCOTT, 10s; Mark O'SHAUGHNESSY, 10s; Rev. ROSE, 10s; Jas. O'GRADY, 10s; James BARRY, 10s; Henry GUBBINS, 10s; Mr. DARRAC, 7s 6d; Thomas BLOOD, 5s; Rev.Mr. SHEEHY, 5s; Wm. COLLINS, 5s; Capt. NESS, 5s; Dr. LLOYD, 5s; Mr. GUESTON, 5s; Anonymous, 5s; ditto, 5s; E. DONNELLY, 5s; Colonel SMYTH, 5s; Mr. FITT, 5s; Samuel EVANS, 5s; Wm. SMYTH, 5s; Garrett O'SAUGHNESSY, 2s 6d; Joseph RIBOLDI, 2s 6d; George M'KERN, 2s 6d; Mrs. LEDGER, 2s; Mrs. SMYTH, 2s 6d; Anonymous, 5s; ditto, 5s; Mr. ABRAHAM, 2s 6d; Mr. SEYMOUR, 3s; John O'GRADY, 2s sd; Mrs DAWSON, 2s; Anonymous, 1s 6d; ditto, 1s 6d; Mrs. ROGERS, 1s 6d; Mr. CARDIFF, 1s; Hughes RUSSELL, 4s.—Total, £321 8s 2d.
  Names of the Weavers, and the numbers of their families, who were sent to Manchester:
  James DALTON, Eliza HYNES, Thomas HYNES, Patrick MURPHY, John QUINN, Pat. QUINN, James COLLINS, Patrick WALSH, Thomas KEANE, Michael CRILLY, John CUMMINS, Terence QUIGLY, Pat. DWYER, Pat. WHITE, James COLLINS, John LYONS, Josehp MEADE, Edmund REILLY, Betty HARE, Thomas TOOLE, Biddy TOOLE, Mary PRICE, Biddy FARRELL, James DOYLE, Mary SCULLY, Margaret SCULLY, James HENNESSY, John SMITH, Stephen QUINLIVAN, John GRAHAM, Timothy MURPHY, Francis HALLINAN, Ellen M'COY, Tim M'NAMARA, Pat BLAKE, James CORBETT, John COGHLAN, Mart NUNAN, Patt KELLY, Michael GOGGIN, Cornelius SHEEHY, James O'CONNOR, John LYONS, all single adults; L. M'NAMARA, 2 adults and 1 child; Patrick FOY, 4 adults a child; James O'SULLIVAN, 5 adults and 1 child; John GAFFNEY, 3 adults and 2 children; William LEE, 3 adults and 3 children; Pat CLEARY, 2 adults and 2 children; Thomas HENNESSY, 2 adults and 1 child; John HOLLORAN, 2 adults and 2 children; Henry HALLORAN, 3 adults; John COLLINS, 2 adults and 1 child; Michael LYONS, 2 adults and 2 children; Pat KEANE, ? Adults and I child; Wm. STACK, 2 adults; John STACK, 2 adults; John CLEARY, 7 adults and 1 child; John O'NEILL, 2 adults and 2 children; Pat BANE, 2 adults; John SPEARING, 3 adults; John WHITE, 6 adults and 4 children; John FORDE, 2 adults and 2 children; James WHITE, 2 adults and 1 child; James QUINLIVAN, 7 adults; James STACK, 2 adults and 1 child; Cornelius HANLON, 2 adults and 2 children; James SULLIVAN, 2 adults and 2 children; Mort MULHOLLAND, 5 adults; James CRILLEY, 2 adults and 1 child; James EGAN, 2 adults and 2 children; Pat HALPIN, 2 adults; Mary HALLORAN, 1 adult and 2 children; Pat FOX, 2 adults and 1 child; Mary HENNESSY, 1 adult and 3 children; Peter KENNA, 2 adults and 1 child; John M'MAHON, 3 adults and 3 children; Pat LYONS, 2 adults and 3 children; John BENSON, 3 adults and 3 children; Pat SEXTON, 3 adults and 4 children; Malachy CONNORS, 5 adults; Michael HENNESSY, 3 adults and 3 children; Pat BOURKE, 3 adults; Jeremiah QUILLIGAN, 3 adults and 3 children; John GARVEY, 2 adults and 2 children; Garrett MEADE, 2 adults; James MOLONY, 1 adult and 2 children; John M'NAMARA, 3 adults and 3 children; John LEE, 2 adults and 2 children; William LEE, 2 adults; Pat GRIFFIN, 4 adults; John CAVANAGH, 2 adults and 1 child; Thomas CASEY, 2 adults; Joseph ROBINSON, 3 adults and 1 child; John DUGGAN, 2 adults and 1 child; Pat SULLIVAN, 2 adults and 2 children; William TIERNEY, 2 adults; John CANNON, 1 adult and 2 children; Thomas GRIFFIN, 2 adults; Henry LEE, 2 adults and 2 children.
  Names of the Weavers for whom utensils and materials were purchased:—Edward PEACOCK, John COLOGAN, George HAMMOND, John VAUGHAN, Michael HALPIN, John HYNES, Michael COGHLAN, Henry KEMARE, Patrick NEALON, John HOULAHAN, Patrick COLOGAN, John M'MAHAN, Patrick QUIN, Michael KEANE, Richard ODELL, John LOCKE, Henry CROKER, John MEADE, William LOCKE, Daniel MURREY, Henry M'MAHON, Peter CLEMENTS, Owen M'KENNY, Michael KEARNEY, John HAUGH, Michael KEANE
  Names of the Weavers who received pecuniary relief:—Michael WILSON, James FOX, Thomas BUTLER, Samuel BARKER, Edward SHANNAHAN, Terence QUIGLEY, L. M'KEON, Charles O'BRIEN, Patrick HAYES, John NASH, Michael TIERNEY, John LYONS, Pat. RYAN, Pat. BOURKE, John O'BRIEN, William DREW, Mary ABRIL.
  The sum of Ten Pounds Sixteen Shillings and Ten Pence, (in which the Balance is included) was distributed among Fifty-four Worsted Weavers and Seven Cotton Weavers.

Signed on behalf of the Committee.  
H. ROSE, Mayor.


Index

ABEL, John
ABRAHAM, Mr.
ABRIL, Mary
ALEXANDER, Brothers
BANE, Pat
BARKER, Samuel
BARRINGTON, Daniel
BARRY, James
BENSON, John
BERNARD, Edward
BEVAN, [none]
BINDON, Samuel
BLAKE, Pat
BLOOD, Captain
BLOOD, John
BLOOD, Thomas
BOUCHIER, Dr.
BOURKE, Major-General
BOURKE, Pat
BOURKE, Pat.
BOYSE, John
BROWN, & Co.
BROWNING, J.
BUTLER, Thomas
CANNON, John
CARDIFF, Mr.
CARROLL, Dr.
CASEY, Thomas
CAUFIELD, Wm.
CAVANAGH, John
CLEARY, John
CLEARY, Pat
CLEMENTS, Peter
COGHLAN, John
COGHLAN, Michael
COLL, VeryRev.Dr.
COLLINS, James
COLLINS, James
COLLINS, John
COLLINS, Wm.
COLOGAN, John
COLOGAN, Patrick
CONNELL, Goe.
CONNELL & FITZPATRICK, Messrs
CONNORS, Malachy
COOKE, J.
COPPINGER, Captain
CORBETT, James
CORBETT, James
CORBETT, James
COX, J.
CREAGH, P. W.
CREAGH, Pierce
CREE, Mr.
CRILLEY, James
CRILLY, Michael
CRIPS, Mrs.
CROKER, Henry
CUMMINS, John
CUSSEN, James
CUTHBERT, John
DALTON, James
DARRAC, Mr.
DAWSON, Mrs
DEACON, James
DEVITT, J. T.
DEVITT, Thomas
DEZOUCH, Miss
DICKSON, Rev. Richard
DICKSON, Samuel
DICKSON, Stephen
DONNELLY, E.
DOYLE, James
DREW, William
DROUGHT, George
DUGGAN, John
DWYER, Pat.
EGAN, James
ELLARD, John
ENRIGHT, Rev. T.
EVANS, Samuel
FARRELL, Biddy
FISHER, Benj. C.
FISHER, Joseph
FITT, Mr.
FITZGERALD, Charles
FITZGERALD, G.H.
FITZGERALD, Rev.W.M.
FITZGIBBON, John (Earl of Clare)
FITZGIBBON, Richard Hobart (Hon Colonel)
FOGARTY, John
FORDE, John
FORSTER, Rev. Doctor
FOX, James
FOX, Pat
FOY, Patrick
FRAZER, Mr.
GABBETT, John
GABBETT, Pool
GAFFNEY, John
GARVEY, John
GAVIN, Michael
GOGGIN, John
GOGGIN, Michael
GRAHAM, John
GREENE, W.M.
GRIFFIN, Pat
GRIFFIN, Thomas
GUBBINS, Henry
GUERIN, James
GUESTON, Mr.
HALLINAN, Francis
HALLORAN, Henry
HALLORAN, Mary
HALPIN, Michael
HALPIN, Pat
HAMMOND, George
HANLON, Cornelius
HARDING, Doctor
HARE, Betty
HARTNEY, Mr.
HARVEY, Brothers
HARVEY, J.M.
HAUGH, John
HAYES, Patrick
HENNESSY, James
HENNESSY, Mary
HENNESSY, Michael
HENNESSY, Thomas
HOGAN, James
HOGAN, Miss A.
HOGAN, Patrick
HOGAN, VeryRev.Dr.
HOLLORAN, John
HOMAN, Edward
HONAN, Martin
HOULAHAN, John
HOWLY, Wm.
HUMPHREYS, William
HUNTER, Robert
HYNES, edward
HYNES, Eliza
HYNES, John
HYNES, Thomas
JEBB, John (Lord Bishop of Limerick)
JEBB, Rev.Mr.
JENNINGS, Mr.
JERVIS, Thomas
JOYCE, Mr.
KEANE, Michael
KEANE, Michael
KEANE, Pat
KEANE, Thomas
KEARNEY, Michael
KELLY, John
KELLY, Patt
KELLY, W.B.
KEMARE, Henry
KENNA, Peter
KENNY, Richard
LEDGER, Mrs.
LEE, Henry
LEE, John
LEE, John
LEE, William
LEE, William
LEWIS, Rev.Mr.
LLOYD, Dr.
LOCKE, John
LOCKE, William
LUCAS, John
LYONS, Henry
LYONS, John
LYONS, John
LYONS, John
LYONS, Michael
LYONS, Mrs.
LYONS, Pat
MAHONT, Francis
MAHONY, D.F.G.
MAIUNSELL, Archdeacon
M'ARDELL, P.
MARK, John
MASON, W.J.
MAUNSELL, Robert
MAUNSELL, Thomas
M'CANN, William.
M'COY, Ellen
M'DONNELL, J.&P.
MEADE, Garrett
MEADE, John
MEADE, Josehp
M'KENNY, Owen
M'KEON, L.
M'KERN, George
M'MAHAN, John
M'MAHON, Henry
M'MAHON, John
M'NAMARA, Dean
M'NAMARA, John
M'NAMARA, L.
M'NAMARA, Thomas
M'NAMARA, Tim
M'NIGHT, John H.
MOLONY, James
MONSELL, Miss
MORGAN, James
MORIARTY, Eliza
MULHOLLAND, Mort
MURPHY, Patrick
MURPHY, Patrick
MURPHY, Timothy
MURREY, Daniel
NASH, John
NEALON, Patrick
NESS, Capt.
NEWELL, Andrew
NUNAN, Mart
O'BRIEN, Charles
O'BRIEN, John
O'CALLAGHAN, P.
O'CONNOR, James
ODELL, Richard
O'DONNELL, Colonel
O'FLAHERTY, Collector
O'GRADY, Jas.
O'GRADY, John
O'NEILL, John
O'REGAN, Rev. J.
O'SAUGHNESSY, Garrett
O'SHAUGHNESSY, Mark
O'SULLIVAN, James
OWENS, Henry
PARKER, Edward
PEACOCK, Edward
PERY, Edmond Henry (Earl of Limerick)
POE, [none]
PRICE, Mary
QUIGLEY, Terence
QUIGLY, Terence
QUILLIGAN, Jeremiah
QUIN, M.
QUIN, Patrick
QUIN, Rev. Mr.
QUINLIVAN, James
QUINLIVAN, Stephen
QUINN, John
QUINN, Pat.
REILLY, Edmund
RIBOLDI, Joseph
RICE, Thomas Spring
RICHARDSON, Mr.
ROBINSON, Joseph
ROCHE, David
ROCHE, William
ROGERS, Mrs.
ROSE, Rev.
ROSE, Henry
ROSE, Right Worhipful Henry
ROSE, S.
ROSE, T.M.
ROY, Alexander
RUSSELL, Hughes
RUSSELL, John
RUSSELL, Wm.
RYAN, Edmond and sons
RYAN, Matthew Barry
RYAN, Michael
RYAN, Pat.
RYAN, Right Rev. Doctor
RYAN, Wm.
RYVES, William
SAYERS, Dr.
SCOTT, Richard
SCULLY, Margaret
SCULLY, Mary
SCULLY, Roger
SEXTON, Pat
SEYMOUR, Mr.
SHANNAHAN, Edward
SHANNON, Patrick
SHANNON, Pierce
SHEEHY, Cornelius
SHEEHY, Rev.Mr.
SMITH, John
SMYTH, Colonel
SMYTH, H. & Co.
SMYTH, Mrs.
SMYTH, Wm.
SPAIGHT, Francis
SPEARING, John
STACK, James
STACK, John
STACK, Wm.
STEIN, Messrs
SULLIVAN, James
SULLIVAN, Pat
THOMPSON, Mr.
TIERNEY, Michael
TIERNEY, William
TOOLE, Biddy
TOOLE, Thomas
TROY, J.J.
UNTHANK, John
VAUGHAN, John
VOKES, T.P.
WALKER, & Co.
WALKER, Charles
WALLNUTT, Thomas
WALSH, Patrick
WATSON, Andrew J.
WATSON, Henry
WAUGH, Rev.J.
WESTROPP, Ralph (jun)
WHITE, James
WHITE, John
WHITE, Pat.
WILSON, Michael
WILSON, S.
WILSON, William

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