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Hatton Asylum Orchestra
Hatton Asylum Orchestra. My Great Grandfather is on the end, left, with a violin. I am not sure of the date. My Great Grandfather was Henry William Johnson, a baker, ...
Private Lunatic Asylums
Several private lunatic asylums were set up locally in the 19th century for those who could afford to pay. These private asylums were much smaller than the Hatton County Lunatic ...
Warwick County Asylum
This pioneering reformatory was established by Warwickshire magistrates in 1818 in a rented 18th-century farm at Stretton on Dunsmore. It was run by a married couple and housed up to ...
Hatton County Lunatic Asylum
Dealing with people who had mental health problems was originally severe, partly because they were regarded as bad (and possibly possessed by the devil) rather than mad. They could be ...
Memories of Central Hospital, Hatton
I used to be a patient for many years on William Parsey Ward and Alfred Miller Ward (the acute wards), William James Ward, and the rehab ward of Lady Jane ...
A History of Hatton
Central Hospital was largely self-sufficient, with its own fire engine, blacksmith, carpenter, kitchen, sports pitches, chapel, nurses’ home and so on. Huge boilers provided heating and hot water for the ...
Working at Central Hospital Hatton
I ended up working here by accident: when I left school at the age of 17 (in 1968) I was asked what I wanted to be and replied ‘a cowboy’. ...
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