isolation hospital


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isolation hospital

nIsolierspital nt
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In all his 83 years, there is something that George Edwards of Market Drayton has never seen - and that is a picture of the town's disappeared isolation hospital.
She was desperately ill, and spent time in Snapethorpe isolation hospital. We weren't allowed to visit.
Lansdowne was formerly known as Cardiff Sanatorium or the City Isolation Hospital and was built in 1895.
"It stems from the time I was incarcerated in Mill Hill Isolation Hospital with scarlet fever during my first year at Royds Hall Grammar School.
After the war, Bernard was assigned to the Far East before he was demobilised but had to stay in an isolation hospital for four months after catching diptheria.
Originally a small worshipping community, started by a group from Emmanuel Church met in the Isolation Hospital that was on Ling Road (now Epinal Way) until the current building was completed in 1938.
LESLIE and Dorothy Harris, caretakers of the Catherine de Barnes isolation hospital, were deeply affected by Janet Parker's death and quarantined for a long period.
He had been admitted to the Catherine de Barnes isolation hospital on September 3, feeling unwell.
8 The huge Winterton isolation hospital and asylum was in which North East town?
Peter surrounding Julia at "be "QE The QE started life as a small, infectious diseases isolation hospital in the late 19th century