Person    | Male  Died 24/10/1891

Rev. A Walbaum

Founded and then served for 46 years as Honorary Secretary and Chaplain of the German Hospital and was described in "Migration and Transfer from Germany to Britain, 1660-1914" as the "soul of the hospital". Also Honorary Secretary of the committee that built the extension.

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Rev. A Walbaum

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German Hospital - Duke of Cambridge

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