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Royal Earlswood Hospital, Redhill

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Alternative name(s):
  • Earlswood Asylum for Idiots (Formerly known as)
Date: 1800-2000
Places:
  • Redhill, Surrey
Functions, occupations and activities: Health and social care > Hospitals
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C24970 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/O81046 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
1847-1975: board, committee and sub-committee minutes and papers
Surrey History Centre
NRA 20405 Royal Earlswood

See HOSPREC Database
2
1848-1971: further records
Surrey History Centre
3
1855-68: admission and discharge registers
London Metropolitan Archives: City of London
NRA 38400 Normansfield
4
1891-1975: admission papers, case books, registers, post mortem books and administrative corresp and papers
Surrey History Centre
NRA 3518 Surrey RO misc
5
19th-20th cent: records, incl patient records, administrative and property records, and records rel to the South West Metropolitan Regional Hospital Board
Surrey History Centre
See Annual return 2000
6
1919-1992: admissions registers, case notes, register of deaths
Surrey History Centre
NRA 44150
7
1886-1891: male case book
Surrey History Centre
See Annual Return 2005
8
1969-92: plans, photographs and estate schedule
Surrey History Centre
See Annual Return 2007
9
1854-1991: additional records incl plans, reports and photographs
Surrey History Centre
10
1862-1988: photographs, plans and drawings
Surrey History Centre
11
c1867-1969: additional records incl boys' wardrobe admission book and corresp rel to royal patronage
Surrey History Centre
See Annual Return 2012
12
19th cent: photographs
Surrey History Centre
13
1853-1991: corresp, annual reports, notebooks rel to staff, plans, memoranda, photographs
Surrey History Centre

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