Minutes of Meetings of House Committee – 1926 1935
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Mabel Daisy Turner
of Winterbourne Down was admitted 19 Aug at 21/- a week, paid by the Kingswood & District Factories’ Hospital Committee.
was admitted from
the Bristol General Hospital
, who guarantee her payment of 21/- per week.
of Winterbourne Down was admitted 19 Aug. Her baby girl was born the same day. The payment for her case was guaranteed by the County Health Committee.
was discharged 12 Aug.
of Shirehampton was discharged 18 Aug., having been admitted 11 Aug & paid £1/1/-.
discharged 21 Aug.
discharged 23 Aug.
Monday 8 Sep 1930
Miss M Warner
, Mr Yeoman.
R Florence Hale
of Frampton Cotterell admitted 25 Aug at £3/3/- a week.
of Iron Acton admitted 30 Aug at 12/6 a week as before.
of Downend admitted 3 Sep at 20/- a week.
the matter of
’s legacy was having attention from the firm.
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