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PETWORTH, SUSSEX
 

 
Somerset Hospital, Petworth Petworth
North Street
1908
 
postcard
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with thanks to Kirsty G., Bognor
 
 
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North Street, Petworth Petworth
North Street
Somerset Hospital
c.1900
 
showing Lodge & Hospital
 
postcard undated
in house
 
 
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Somerset Hospital, Petworth Petworth
North Street
Somerset Hospital
1906-08
 
showing Lodge & Hospital
 
postcards x3 archived
in house
 
 
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Somerset Hospital, Petworth Petworth
North Street
Somerset Hospital
1900-06
 
postcard dated 1906
contributed- Whitcomb collection
 
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Somerset Hospital, Petworth Petworth
North Street
Somerset Hospital
c.1909-11
 
This building was an
almshouse from 1746
 
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Somerset lodge Petworth
North Street
Somerset Lodge
c.1918-22
 
Almshouse built in 1653 here
without the earlier covering of
ivy as shown in above photos
 
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Somerset Hospital, Petworth Petworth
North Street
c1908-10
 
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Somerset Hospital

Established in 1746 by the Duke of Somerset to provide homes for twelve poor widows, today run as a charitable trust.
Mrs Cummings moved here from her cottage in 1930 and died, aged 80, in 1935.
tenancy information
 



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