Minutes of Meetings of House Committee – 1926 1935
Mrs Orchard is assessed at 10/- a week. Mrs Dolly Smith
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Mrs Dolly Smith
is assessed at 10/- a week.
, Westerleigh, admitted 8 Jan, assessed at 30/- a week & maternity fee of 30/-.
, Pye Corner, admitted 17 Jan at 15/- a week.
left 7 Jan.
’s baby boy, born 3 Jan, died 11 Jan. She left 15 Jan.
left 8 Jan.
31 Jan 1927
Rev EM Bald
, Miss Tyler,
, Mrs Elliott,
, Mrs Bowen.
Mrs Dolly Smith
’s baby boy born 28 Jan.
, parlourmaid at Fishponds Training College, admitted 26 Jan; assessed at 1g a week.
admitted 25 Jan; assessed at 30/- a week plus maternity fee 30/-.
Mrs Florence Smart
admitted 27 Jan; assessed at 1g a week, plus maternity fee 30/-. Baby girl born 27 Jan 1927.
left 22 Jan.
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