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Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Church records
Title:Parish registers for Bridewell Hospital Church, London, 1667-1837
Authors:Church of England. Bridewell Hospital Church (London)
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Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Church records
Title:Bishop's transcripts for Bridewell Precinct, London, 1665-1666
Authors:Church of England. Chapelry of Bridewell Precinct (London)
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Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Church records
Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Church records - Inventories, registers, catalogs
Title:The registers of Bridewell Chapel : in the city of London
Authors:O'Donoghue, E. G
Film Notes:Microreproduction of xerox copy of original published: [S.l. : s.n., 191-?]. 12 p.
Reprinted from "Under the Dame," December 25, 1916.
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Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Church records
Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Census
Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Census - 1801
Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Land and property
Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Poorhouses, poor law, etc.
Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Census - 1821
Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Orphans and orphanages
Bridewell Chapel, London, England - Correctional institutions
Title:Records of the Royal Hospitals of Bridewell and Bethle[he]m (London), 1776-1908
Authors:Bridewell Royal Hospital (London)
Film Notes:Bridewell Royal Hospital was founded in 1553 by Edward VI as a place of training and education for homeless apprentices. It was located in Bridewell Parish. The House of Occupations and King Edward's School were part of the hospital. Built upon the site of Henry VIII's palace, the building also housed Bridewell Prison for short-term petty criminals. It is also a precinct church.
Bethlehem Royal Hospital (often referred to as Bedlam) is the oldest lunatic asylum in England. It was originally founded as a priory in Bishopsgate Street in 1247, mentioned as a hospital in 1330, and first accomodated lunatics in 1403. In 1675 it was moved to Moorfields, and in 1813 to St. George's Road in southeast London.
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