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Report 1926 of the Blue Maids" Orphanage, Church of England

Blue Maids" Orphanage.

Report 1926 of the Blue Maids" Orphanage, Church of England

formerly known as the Bristol Asylum for Poor Orphan Girls : Instituted January 1 1795, for those who have lost both parents and extended in 1903, in exceptional cases, to those who have lost one parent only.

by Blue Maids" Orphanage.

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Written in English


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Number of Pages21
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