Annual report of the County Asylums at Brockwood & Netherne 1914 by Surrey (England). County Council

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Netherne Hospital, Hooley formerly Surrey County Asylum. Designed by George Thomas Hine to a Compact Arrow Plan. Opened Closed History Design and Construction. Netherne Asylum was founded on 18 October to alleviate overcrowding at the existing Brookwood Asylum near hospital was designed by George Thomas Hine, Consultant Architect to the Commissioners in Lunacy to hold patients.

The buildings followed the popular compact arrow design, with stepped ward blocks on the Care system: Public NHS. About County Asylums.

Welcome to the second incarnation of the county asylums website. If you remember the first you’ll probably know what we’re all about. If not here are some words from the creator of the original website, Pete. CountyAsylums originally started life back in as something of a different concept, albeit related.

Annual report of the County Asylums at Brockwood & Netherne Annual report of the County Lunatic Asylum, at Wotton, near Gloucester Annual report of the Devon Mental Hospital Management Committee for the year Exminster Hospital, Digby Hospital, Wonford Hospital.

& County Asylums Despite the degree of development, there's still stuff at Netherne worth seeing for those in the area, but nothing major. Much of the hospital complex has been demolished, including much of the farm, northern villas, engineering, two large annexes, kitchens, and one of the two chapels.

In Surrey County Council selected the acre Netherne farming estate overlooking the village of Hooley as the site for a new asylum to serve the eastern part of the country (Brookwood Asylum, by then becoming overcrowded, would then be extended and continue to serve the western part).The estate was purchased for £10, and, inthe architect G.T.

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By T. Burton. pp The Surrey County Asylum at Netherne was builtdue to the inadequate accomodation provided at the County Asylum at Brookwood. Surrey County Council had purchased the Netherne estate in with the aim of building an asylum there.

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(title) Superintendent's Report of the Eastern N. Insane Asylum, for the Year of   Fair Mile Hospital (Berkshire County Asylum) Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last.

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View Profile View. During construction of a new road on the grounds of the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson last year, workers unearthed multiple graves containing deceased residents of the Mississippi State Insane Asylum, a state hospital built in and closed in Between November and March, crews digging out the subsoil to make sure it was solid enough to.

Report - Berkshire County Asylum (aka Fair Mile) - August Asylums and Hospitals: 0: Aug 1, Report - Fairmile Asylum - Berkshire - Feb Asylums and Hospitals: 1: Report - St Johns (Lincoln County) Asylum Asylums and Hospitals: 0: Report - Lincolnshire County Pauper Lunatic Asylum, Lincoln.

Storthes Hall – Huddersfield Asylum. The South Yorkshire Asylum, Wadsley – Wharncliffe War Hospital – Middlewood Hospital. Date founded: Date opened: Date closed: Long before the County Asylums Act ofthe Justices of the Peace had played an important role in arranging for the care of the insane poor.

report ofthe medicalsuperintendent ofthe provincial lunaticasylum, at saintjohn,n.b. withaccountsandreturns, fortheyear frederictost: ,printertothequeen. Long before the County Asylums Act ofthe Justices of the Peace had played an important role in arranging for the care of the insane poor.

Under the Poor Law Act ofthey organised, with the help of parish officers, a system of poor relief including the care of those insane persons unable to work and a danger to themselves and others. 9Lunacy Commissioners, Fifteenth Annual Report, PP () XXVII 1 at 47 f.

10See their relations with Mile End Union, discussed in their Seventeenth Annual Report, PP () xxat 11See, for example, their Twenty-First Annual Report, PP () xviii at File Size: 74KB. Shelton Hospital was custom built and opened in at Bicton Heath, Shrewsbury.

The building was designed by George Gilbert Scott (the great grandfather of the architect who designed Battersea Power Station and the Red Phone Boxes, Giles Gilbert Scott) and William B Moffat. TA Institutions with Pauper Lunatics in All County Asylums open in are listed and all Hospitals receiving paupers.

Workhouses mentioned in the report are listed. The table lists all licensed houses receiving paupers in and shows which were commended and which severely censured in the Report.

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The hospital first known as the South Yorkshire Lunatic Asylum was declared open for the reception of patients on 21 Augustand the first six were admitted on 27 August.

It had its origins in the County Asylum Act ofwhich permitted local Justices of the Peace to build asylums financed by the county rate and which resulted in the West Riding of Yorkshire Building Style: Corridor Plan.

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14th Century – Establishment of asylums – A German ‘madhouse’ is mentioned at Elbing, near Danzig. – St Mary of Bethlehem priory was confiscated by King Edward III and used for lunatics from – A Royal Commission investigates the state of lunatics confined at Bethlem Hospital, London.

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On JJacob and Mary Foster deeded 80 acres of land, including buildings, to the Board of Commissioners of Noble County, to be used by the County as a Poor Farm or Infirmary. It was called a Poor Farm because it was farmed by the occupants who raised their own food. It was called an Infirmary because many of its occupants were ill or feeble with old t Status: Preserved.

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Entrance gates to Bethlem Hospital, from The Queen’s London: a Pictorial and Descriptive Record of the Streets, Buildings, Parks and Scenery of the Great Metropolis (Public domain, from Wikimedia Commons) Bethlem Hospital remained in St George’s Fields, Southwark from. In the county farm scheme had come into so much favor that nearly all the towns had sold their farms and were boarding their paupers at the county’s establishment.

In the first published report,they estimated the who property at $43,; the Trickey farm having cost $9, Snell farm $6, and the new house $16,   Netherne Hospital Hooley Coulsdon Croydon was opened in and was a Surrey county asylum. Cane Hill Hospital Coulsdon Croydon was opened in as a Surrey later a London county asylum.

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