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Brislington House

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Alternative name(s):
  • Long Fox Manor (Later known as)
Date: 1839-1969
Places:
  • Bristol, Gloucestershire
Functions, occupations and activities: Health and social care > Hospitals
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C308047
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
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1839 - 1960s: papers incl deeds and documents, corresp and photographs of staff and the Fox Family
Bristol Archives
See Annual Return 2018

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Brislington House, established by Edward Long Fox (1760 - 1835), psychiatrist, in 1806, was one of the first purpose built private asylums for the insane. The asylum continued to be owned and run by physicians from the Fox family until the Second World War.
proprietors of Brislington House
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