Building    From 1718  To 1866

French hospital in Bath Street

Categories: Medicine, Social Welfare

Countries: France

Founded by royal charter in 1718 to house the poor or infirm of French Huguenot descent. Known as "La Providence". In 1866 the hospital was moved to Victoria Park in Hackney and in 1960 to Rochester in Kent.

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French hospital in Bath Street

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French hospital

Site of the French hospital founded by royal charter in 1718 to house the poo...

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Dr Frederick N. Hicks

Dr Frederick N. Hicks

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1 memorial
Dame Maud McCarthy

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Cadet Edward Sylvester Blake

Cadet Edward Sylvester Blake

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Thomas Hodgkin

Thomas Hodgkin

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