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Moseley {Hospital} {Old peoples Home)

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Brummie from Down-Under
Can anyone help me please.

I believe my grandmother Rose Jones was in a type of old peoples home or hospital in the 60s maybe early 70s, in the Moseley area.

Would anyone remember such a place?


Regards Pam
 

SuBee

master brummie
Re: Moseley {Hospital} {Old peoples Home)

Moseley Hall Hospital still stands, and now offers care and rehabitiltation for elderly peple.

Not sure about the 60-70's though
 

Oisin

gone but not forgotten
Re: Moseley {Hospital} {Old peoples Home)

I spent six months there in 2000 and I'm not old... yet. I was in a rehabilitation unit, Hillcrest/Ward 3, leased from the main hospital and specialising in the care of younger ^-^ people.
 

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Brummie from Down-Under
Re: Moseley {Hospital} {Old peoples Home)

Thank you all for your replies

I am trying to find my grandmothers death date. My cousin remembers Grandma Rose in a place on Moseley Road. I rmember seeing her the once at a home or hospital type place but she was not a patient. My sister also remembers going to see her with my mother but not the address or area. Apparently Mom used to say do not tell Dad, there was some sort of disagreement, Dad did not want contact with Rose. Why? no ones knows.


Regards Pam
 

Oisin

gone but not forgotten
Re: Moseley {Hospital} {Old peoples Home)

down-under,
Dunno if there's any information that may be of use to you HERE.
 

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Brummie from Down-Under
Re: Moseley {Hospital} {Old peoples Home)

Thank you Oisin
I have taken the addess and will drop them a line. You never know they might be able to help me.


Pam
 
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