Who Do You Think You Are?

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ADMISSIONS TO BROOKWOOD AND HOLLOWAY MENTAL HOSPITALS, 1867›1900

Record count 11,670

An index to mental-hospital registers held by Surrey History Centre, listing patients’ names,

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