This very useful website is my "accidental" find of the day: https://hharp.org/
HHARP (The Historic Hospital Admission Registers Project) provides access to 140,213 admission records to four British children’s hospitals:
Great Ormond Street Hospital (London) - opened in 1852
Evelina Hospital (Southwark) - opened in 1869
Alexandra Hip Hospital for Children (Bloomsbury) - opened in 1867
Royal Hospital for Sick Children (Glasgow) - opened in 1883
Between them the databases cover a period from 1852 to 1921. Registration is free, and registered users get access to more detailed information and the ability to print and download results of searches.
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