Minutes of Meetings of House Committee – 1926 1935
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discharged 4 May.
discharged 8 May.
discharged 14 May.
Georgina C Bowen
Monday 30 May 1932 Mrs Bowen,
, Mr Yeoman.
reported that the smokeless fuel had lessened the amount of soot blown past her house.
of Moorend admitted 11 May at 15/- a week.
had twins, boy & girl, born to her 18 May.
admitted 26 May at 21/- a week.
discharged 24 May.
discharged 26 May.
discharged 29 May.
Monday 13 June 1932 Rev EM Bald, Mrs Guest, Mrs Harding, Mrs Skelton,
, Mr Yeoman.
of Frampton Cotterell admitted 6 June at 30/- a week plus 30/- maternity fee. Her baby boy was born the same day.
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