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Report - Deva Asylum, Cheshire -29/03/08

Discussion in 'Asylums and Hospitals' started by northcave, Mar 29, 2008.

  1. northcave

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    Deva needs no introductions but heres tiny bit of background info if you don't want to fish around for it. Visited with Snappel.

    Opened in 1829, the original Cheshire County Lunatic Asylum housed 90 patients. The architect was William Cole (Jnr) County Architect, and his plans were directed by the 'visiting Justices', namely John Feilden of Mollington, Richard Congreave of Mollington, and Townsend Ince of Christleton. The land on which the asylum was built was considered 'healthy, well drained and having pleasant views'. [source and more info: level-two.co.uk]

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    #1 northcave, Mar 29, 2008
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