Part of the Asylums Index This is no more than a developing appendix, so you will almost certainly be better off saint augustine confessions henry chadwick pdf on the above link and going to the main index. 1820: Sarah Jillson sent by St Martin Vintry “being insane”.
During the period 1818 to 1837, received several supposedly insane from St Anne Blackfriars. Page numbers below are to this. 1824 Edward Augustine Batt, nephew of Edward, became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons. 1825 Marriage of Edward Augustine Batt and Elizabeth Bush at Witney, Oxford. 1827 Rebecca Batt, widow of Edward, succeeded her husband as proprietor. Her nephew Edward Augustine Batt succeeded her as proprietor, but her sister in-law Jane Batt acted as Resident Superintendent from 1842 to 1849.
1849 Following the death of Jane Batt, Edward Augustine Batt and family moved into the asylum. Help with this history from Judith Batt, a descendent. May 1838 and owned by Messrs Horner and Harper. Resident Director and Physician was William Ellis, but he moved to Southall Park in September 1838. External link to Great Fosters Hotel history.
Great Fosters House was never owned by a member of the Irish family. Great Fosters lies about a mile away,” “this is a fine Elizabethan brick house whose gables are topped by little pinnacles and was turned into a hotel. 1736 On the death of one Madam Knight, Great Fosters House, Egham, passed to Thomas Brodnax, alias May, alias Knight. Irish kept it as a private lunatic asylum, as did Dr. Will of Thomas Irish, Gentleman, of Great Foster House, Surrey, proved 22. 1987 says the patients were about 20, male and female.
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