Banstead, Asylum 1894

Memories of Banstead, Asylum 1894


Hi I personally do not have a memory of Banstead Asylum - but I am looking for any details that anyone can give me of it in the 1950's. I am trying to trace anyone who worked there, or relatives of anyone who worked there. My gran died there in 1956, unfortunately my father was adopted at (...Read full memory)

I cannot remember the exact year but it was very cold. I was a TV repair man at Raylec in the High Street and we had a call from a doctor living in a house at the Asylum. She complained that the picture on her Bush TV was very small. I could find nothing wrong with the TV and then noticed that (...Read full memory)

I am hoping to find any kind of information regarding a relative called Minnie Dore (nee Goodwin] who sadly died in Banstead asylum in aprox. 1918 leaving behind my grandfather and their three small sons, George, Maurice and Leonard, who were put into an institution as their father was also ill in hospital and could (...Read full memory)

My Great Uncle Reg was committed and sent to Banstead Asylum in 1920. I don't know how long he was there, but it may have only been for a few years. I believe the cause of his problems were as a result of being gassed in France during WW1. I shall go to to the LMA for any detail they may have, but if anyone can (...Read full memory)

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