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Madmeg

Hillington Hall, Norfolk, RFC Hospital

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Madmeg

Hi ,

Has anyone in the hive mind got any information about this Hospital?

I have seen the photos posted on "The Aerodrome" and on another thread re Major Ingleby but am interested if there are any more concrete details out there- numbers treated , when opened etc. Not finding much out there in the web.

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seaJane

I expect you found this http://www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk/record-details?mnf3508 which may at least point you at some sources, but like you I can only find dribs and drabs. There's no mention in TNA which makes me think it was never on the now-defunct Hospital Records Database (subsumed into the main catalogue some time in the last few years).

sJ

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Madmeg
2 hours ago, seaJane said:

I expect you found this http://www.heritage.norfolk.gov.uk/record-details?mnf3508 which may at least point you at some sources, but like you I can only find dribs and drabs. There's no mention in TNA which makes me think it was never on the now-defunct Hospital Records Database (subsumed into the main catalogue some time in the last few years).

sJ

Yes that was my first find which gave me the RFC hospital reference. Although I had worked it out from the photograph :-) . His medical record just says he was discharged from QAMH (which he doesn;t seem to have been in either!) to RFC Hospital- of which there were very very many :-(. 

Hoping to get more from the Tatler tomorrow. (see other thread)

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