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was the Occasion of erecting this spacious Workhouse.The workhouse, Warrington's first, had been erected on Church Street in 1728 and accommodated around 100 inmates.A dining hall and kitchens were located in the central rear wing with a separate chapel standing immediately to the north. After 1930, the workhouse became Whitecross Institution and Hospital.Casual wards for vagrants were placed at the entrance to the site from Guardian Street. With the inauguration of the National Health Service in 1948, the original workhouse buildings became Whitecross Homes and Hospital; the 1898 infirmary became Warrington General Hospital; and the isolation hospital became Aikin Street Hospital.WARRINGTON, a town, a township, a parish, and a district, in Lancashire. Real property, £67,188; of which £751 are in ironworks, £57 in canals, £164 in railways, and £2,096 in gasworks. The town stands on the river Mersey, at an intersection of railways, near the Sankey and the Bridgewater canals, 18 miles by road E of Liverpool.
Table of diet in the Workhouse: Breakfast—Sunday, pottage and butter milk, sweatened with treacle; Monday, Friday, bread and broth; other days, milk pottage.
For probate purposes prior to 1858, Warrington was in the Archdeaconry of Chester, in the Diocese of Chester.
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A new Warrington Union workhouse was built in 1849-51 at the east side of Lovely lane in Warrington, with its entrance from Guardian Street at the south of the site. In around 1898 a large infirmary was built to the north of the workhouse site. From 1904, to protect them from disadvantage in later life, the birth certificates for those born in the workhouse gave its address just as 99 Guardian Street, Warrington.
The south-facing main building was a long two-storey block with three-storey central section and three-storey cross wings at each end. It comprised a central administrative block flanked by separate male and female pavilions. During the First World War, the site became home to Whitecross Military Hospital.
Marriages in the ten years 1851-60, 3,948; births, 16,384; deaths, 9,581.