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Unfortunately, they are arranged by county and poor law union, and there are subject indexes only (MH 15).Correspondence with asylum districts in MH 17 may be worth looking at.The registers give name and sex, name of the institution, and dates of admission, discharge or death.A union card index to all patients admitted (possibly from as early as 1774) was destroyed in 1961: apparently it covered over 2.5 million names.The Hospital Records Database can be searched by name or place of the hospital, or using keywords such as ‘lunatic asylum’, ‘insane’, ‘pauper lunatic’ and ‘mental’.The results will list the type of record (for example, administrative or clinical) available, the date ranges and their current location. A very few survive in MH 85, MH 86 and MH 51/27-77.
Before the 1890 Lunacy Act, people of means had to make private arrangements for any lunatics in the family.To find records held locally, search our catalogue and refine your results using the filters.You can find contact details for local archives using Find an archive.Reports on the treatment of naval lunatics, 1812-1832, are in ADM 105/28.The musters of sea-going hospital ships can be found with the other musters in ADM 36 and ADM 37.
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To find out in which union a particular parish was, see Gibson and Youngs, Poor Law Union Records: 4 Gazetteer of England and Wales.