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- Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine Volume 81 February 1988 107. Royal Earlswood Hospital: a historical sketch. Alex Sakula MD FRCP.
- Philip Henry Connell, CBE
- Jul 11, 2011 OBITUARIES. Lawrence's he took a locum post for fiveyears at the Royal Earlswood Hospital, Surrey.
- Description: BRICK GRANARY, OUTBUILDINGS AND WALLS TO
- Description: WORKSHOP AT ROYAL EARLSWOOD HOSPITAL (1861. GREENSAND Description: ROYAL EARLSWOOD HOSPITAL (1852 BY W.B.
- Breaking down barriers
- Hospital memories get new home. Hundreds of fascinating items from the former. Royal Earlswood Hospital in.
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- Queen's cousins 'never visited'
- Nerissa and Katherine Bowes-Lyon, nieces to the Queen Mother, were sent to the Royal Earlswood Hospital in Redhill, Surrey, in 1941, aged 15 and 22 respectively.
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- Royal Earlswood Hospital: a historical sketch.
- Royal Earlswood Hospital: a historical sketch. A Sakula. Redhill General Hospital , Surrey.
- Royal Earlswood Park
- Royal Earlswood Park New housing development, sited on the former Royal Earlswood Hospital in Redhill.
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