housefather


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a man in charge of children in an institution

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Former housefather Alexander Wilson, 61, was jailed for a 19-year reign of rape, perversion and brutality involving eight girls.
Porteous, 71, a housefather at Quarriers Children's Village in Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire, was jailed for eight years in November 2002 for sexually abusing two boys in the belltower of Mount Zion Church in the 60s and 70s.
Serial paedophile Murphy, a former housefather at St Margaret's Children's Home in Elie and at Linwood Hall School, Leven, was sentenced to 15 years last February for a catalogue of sexual offences.
Former housefather Alexander Wilson, 61, will be sentenced at the High Court in Edinburgh for a 19-year reign of rape, perversion and brutality involving eight girls.
William McGrath, the housefather of Kincora, led the shadowy organisation, which had a paramilitary structure.
Two weeks ago, housefather Alexander Wilson, 61 - who is Porteous's brother-in-law - was found guilty of a 19-year reign of abuse involving eight girls.
I came to my conclusions about the system from analyzing numerous category descriptions on flyers as well as from discussions with the housefathers and housemothers whom I interviewed in Detroit; Fayetteville, North Carolina; and Los Angeles.
She further asserts that the Jewish community was not really a corporation, since although Jews resided within village boundaries they were not tied into the community of Christian housefathers or integrated into the structure of domination through the bailiff.
lt;< I'm not working and I feel fine >>: confrontation to the sexual division of labour and identity dynamics of housefathers in Belgium.
In a statement directed at former residents, FACT states: 'Maybe you or your family or your friends are not aware that we at FACT believe that some of your former care staff, housewardens, housemasters, housefathers or teachers have been falsely accused and wrongly convicted and are now in prison.