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  1. Irish Immigration into England

  2. 1851 Census Liverpool ……………………………….. 22.3% Irish born Dundee ……………………………........ 18.9 % Irish born Glasgow .............................................. 18.2 % Irish born Manchester and Salford ...................... 13.1 % Irish born Paisley ………………………………….. 12.7 % Irish born Bradford ……………………………........ 8.9 % Irish born London …………................................... 4.6 % Irish born

  3. The Immigration Routes Southern Route from South Leinster was London via Bristol, and from Munster to London via Cork, Waterford and Dublin. The Midland Route from Connaught, went to the Midlands of England, and most of Leinster via Dublin to the Midland of England. The Northern Route from Ulster and North Connaught usually ended up in Scotland

  4. Services Across the Irish Sea in 1846 Liverpool 1 Glasgow 2 Ardrossan 2 Fleetwood 1 Liverpool 2 Ardrossan 2 Glasgow 2 Liverpool 1 Portpatrick 7 Ardrossan 7 Fleetwood 4 Glasgow7 Greenock 3 Liverpool 3 London 1 Stranraer 1 Whitehaven 1 Carlisle ½ Glasgow 1 Liverpool3 Glasgow ½ Liverpool 3 Bristol2 Liverpool 7 Douglas & Whitehaven 1 London, Plymouth etc. 2 Liverpool 5 - 7 Liverpool14 Holyhead 7 Liverpool 1 Bristol2 Liverpool 2 London 1 Glasgow 1 Greenock 1 Liverpool 1 Bristol 2 Numbers indicate sailings per week

  5. The Poor Law Returns Dating From 1662 The main documents are:- Indemnity Certificates of Settlement given to the pauper by his own parish. The Examination of the paupers by the Churchwardens etc. This will list his or her family, children, recent moves, employment, addresses, marital status and where they came from. Very useful documents. Removal orders – issued after the Examination. The Quarter Sessions Records of Appeal. Vestry Minutes and Accounts of the Overseers and the Parish Constable.

  6. Surrey Record - William Ash

  7. Cardiff - 1856 Outdoor Relief Indoor Relief

  8. John O'Neill (1778-1858) Through sixty winters I avow. Their snows, as yet, ne’ver blanched my brow. And through with numerous ills beset I never was unhappy yet: In sickness, poverty, and pain I did my peace of mind maintain. Mid cankering care and worldly strife Hope lit me through the voyage of life - And with God’s blessing, I’ll hold fast. My soul’s sheet anchor to the last. John O'Neill (aged 64) Irish Poet, Writer and Shoemaker

  9. MAP OF ST GILES ST GILES “THE HOLY LAND”

  10. An Irish Rookery An Irish Rookery in Camden, Central London, circa 1850 – 1860 (note the Irish names on the shops)

  11. Charitable and Benevolent Societies Charitable and Benevolent Societies Friendly and Benefit Societies Accident and Burial Societies Radical and Political Societies (such as The Chartists) Trade Unions

  12. Thomas Murphy Thomas Murphy Irish coal merchant and St Pancras vestryman. Dedicated himself to the ratepayers of St. Pancras in the cause of Parochial Reform.

  13. The Albert Memorial The Albert Memorial in Hyde Park, London, by John Henry Foley & Thomas Brock

  14. John Henry Foley John Henry Foley 1818 – 1874 Irish Sculptor Responsible for Prince Albert on the Albert Memorial and for Asia

  15. The Memorial Statue of Albert

  16. The Albert Memorial “Asia” Model Foley is said to have died of a chill caught by sitting too long on the wet clay of Asia’s lap while modelling her breasts