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flyer

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Re: Bond street maternaty hospital
« Reply #30 on: 19:13:37, 04/07/13 »
Just had to be a thing of its time my wife had our first born there and ive yet to hear her complain

TINAHARRISON

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Re: Bond street maternaty hospital
« Reply #31 on: 22:18:05, 16/07/13 »
Thanks..is that a newspaper?

PAULCFC

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Re: Bond street maternaty hospital
« Reply #32 on: 01:01:18, 07/01/14 »
I was born in Bond street,45 just!Hoping that Jan with her records is still looking on here.

TINAHARRISON

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Re: Bond street maternaty hospital
« Reply #33 on: 20:16:36, 14/01/14 »
I was born there 1969 ...be good to get some photos of the place :laugh:

Bernice Rutkins

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Re: Bond street maternaty hospital
« Reply #34 on: 20:14:29, 26/03/15 »
I trained and practiced as a midwife at Bond Street Hospital 1956-1957. Does anyone recall the Waller Method of Breastfeeding?

THarrison

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Re: Bond street maternaty hospital
« Reply #35 on: 18:41:47, 17/04/15 »
....not sure what that consists of. ..but never heard of it. .sounds rather painful!

Kellymarie bacon

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Re: Bond street maternaty hospital
« Reply #36 on: 00:01:49, 17/03/19 »
Hi guys iv just found out I was born bond street leicester 1967 I got in touch with leicester  records office Wigston and they provided me with personal details they will tell you the history of bond street thete was 3 cottages attached to it its now a carpark east bond street used to be called causeway lane  I'm originally from leicester but was placed in care


Tina Harrison

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Re: Bond street maternaty hospital
« Reply #37 on: 00:47:47, 17/03/19 »
Hi Kelly
I was born there in 1969. There is a little plaque where the building once stood.
I'm glad to hear you have found information!It's great especially when finding your roots!
I wish you all the best in your future searches!!

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