Asylums within the County of Surrey
Report of the Commissioners in Lunacy to the Lord Chancellor
p 005 Surrey, Brookwood
The new Asylum for the County of Surrey, at Brookwood near Woking, was opened in June 1867; and 160 males and 168 females having been received during the remainder of that year, the number of inmates on the 1st of last January was 307 being 152 males and 155 Females.
The defective water supply, remarked upon in former Reports,
still retards the full development of this Asylum.
Source: From PP 1867/68 Vol XXXI pp 1-301
Twenty Second Report of the Commissioners in Lunacy to the Lord Chancellor
Submitted by Alan Longbottom
Idiot Asylum at Earlswood.
The Prince of Wales will lay the first stone of the enlargement of the Earlswood Asylum for Idiots, Redhill, Surrey, on Monday the 28th of June, and the annual fete and summer entertainment will take place on the same day.
Source: The Builder 1869 Vol XXVII pp433 29th May 1869
Submitted by Alan Longbottom.
EGHAM - Post Office 1846 - p 528
is a considerable private Lunatic Asylum, with 22 inmates.
Source: Submitted by Betty Longbottom
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