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We have an index of patients admitted to North Wales Hospital, in Denbigh, between 1848 and 1914. What are patient reception orders? Patient reception orders provided evidence that a patient was ‘certified insane’. They include personal information and details of the patient’s symptoms before they were admitted to the hospital. The reception order is the […]
Denbighshire Archives is a statutory place of deposit for public records which includes hospital records. Hospital records can include administrative records relating to the running of a hospital such as minutes and accounts as well as patient records including admission and discharge, maternity registers and death registers. Please note that the survival of hospital records […]
Volunteering (and working) in archives can sometimes be a solitary job simply due to the nature of the work. If this doesn’t suit you, or you are looking for something more social, why not join our Monday Volunteer Group? Pattern of work: 2-4 hours per month, on selected Mondays Our volunteer groups meet for two […]
Volunteers play an important part in the work we do. Traditionally, volunteers have worked on-site at the Archives Office in Ruthin, but we can now offer virtual volunteering, so you can help to support our service from home. Why volunteer? We are looking for volunteers from a range of backgrounds. You can be any age […]
If you are researching an individual or carrying out family research, you will need to view records relating to birth, baptism, marriage, death and burial. Before starting your search, you will need to know the name of the person, the approximate date of birth, marriage or death and the area they were registered or living at […]
Mounted black and white photograph of the exterior of the main building of the hospital.
including arson attacks, vandalism and paranormal investigations. Also includes a Freedom of Information Request submitted to the North Wales Police relating to records of incidents and offences oc...