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|was plain ann now annielaurie||Report||29 Jul 2008 14:37|
If you know the name of the asylum, contact the Local Archives which covers that area. They may hold them or if not, should know who does.
|Einir||Report||29 Jul 2008 09:52|
hiya i would like some help on how to get records from asylums? i know where and around when and his name and roughly age and when he died but i dont know how to go about getting asylum records or even if its possible