Lurgan Coat of Arms The Armagh Guardian

10 January, 1909  


The Lurgan Guardians have decided to spend 1 10s on the wedding outfit of a female inmate, who, with her finance, has now left the workhouse to get married prior to starting housekeeping at a Lanarkshire village. The bridegroom had been a labourer at an ironworks, but serious illness brought him to the workhouse infirmary, becoming convalescent, he met his intended at divine service, the match being a case of love at first sight.

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