Ambulances in Witham Not comprehensive, just bits UDC Hospital Sub Committee, 11 June 1912, page 71 Mr Pinkham chairman. Twelve cases of scarlet fever, at Mr Rowley’s, at the Terrace, Church Street, Chipping Hill. Medical Officer thought from drinking milk at Totham procured from Mr Maynes whose son had scarlet fever. Recommended treating at ‘the … Continue reading “Ambulances”

03. The Hospital

In 1900, the Witham Urban District Council owned  ‘Hospital field’ in Dengie Lane, somewhere near Dengie farm, south of Witham (the photo shows the farmhouse). However, it was just that, a field. It was remote from the town so thatDengie farmhouse, on the southern edge of Witham. Near here was Dengie Lane, where the “Hospital … Continue reading “03. The Hospital”