Public Health

Reference: D/AP/Y

Hospitals

Reference: D/AP/Y/A

Cholera

Reference: D/AP/Y/B

Sanitation and Sewerage

Reference: D/AP/Y/C

Orders of Public Health

Reference: D/AP/Y/D

Abattoir and Cattle

Reference: D/AP/Y/F

Medical Officer of Health

Reference: D/AP/Y/H

Correspondence from the General Hospital relating to the attempted suicide of Philip Labatté

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/1

Date: October 16th 1852 - October 16th 1852

Correspondence from Elias Rive and George Queree to the General Hospital relating to the tender for the erection of a Chapel and School rooms at the General Hospital

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/2

Date: April 14th 1846 - April 14th 1846

Correspondence from the treasurer of the General Hospital, John Sorel, to the Constable of St Helier, P Le Sueur. The letter relates to the seven children of Alice Smith, wife of John Bowdidge, who is a patient at the General Hospital

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/3

Date: October 1st 1845 - October 1st 1845

Ledger and account book for the General Hospital

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/4

Date: 1846 - 1852

Tenders, contracts and correspondence relating to the work to be carried out at the Mental Hospital in St Saviour

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/5

Date: 1935 - 1939

Correspondence and papers relating to the electricity supply to the Mental Hospital in St Saviour

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/6

Date: 1936 - 1938

Correspondence and papers relating to the use of Westcote Raymond Lyttleton's property called 'Les Vaux' by the Public Health Department during the German Occupation as a temporary Fever Hospital

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/7

Date: 1942 - 1944

Correspondence and papers relating to the provisioning of German Soldiers in Hospital and District Sick Rooms

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/9

Date: 1940 - 1940

Correspondence and papers relating to the use of Sandybrook as an auxilary Hospital during the Occupation

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/8

Date: 1940 - 1945

Printed yearly accounts of the General Hospital

Reference: D/AP/Y/A/10

Date: 1853 - 1856

Search query time: 0.0781784 seconds • Page build time: 0.012890168031057 seconds