*  Fatebenefratelli Hospital - Wikipedia
... the hospital management was dissolved in 1878. Three individuals bought the hospital for "private industry and interest". These ... In 1539 Saint John of God founded the religious institute, the Brothers Hospital, in Granada, Spain. The institute was ... Fatebenefratelli Hospital (officially Ospedale San Giovanni Calibita Fatebenefratelli) is a hospital located on the western ... The epithet means "You do well, brothers[, for God's sake]". In 1581, the Brothers Hospital founded a new hospital called "Casa ...
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*  Eugenia Maria Ravasco - Wikipedia
Ravasco felt a strong call to the religious life on 31 May 1863 and felt the strong call to submit to a vocation that was ... her entire life to the service of God and to aiding the poor and the sick across parishes in Genoa and in various hospitals. ... Around this time - on 6 December 1868 - she established her new religious congregation (the Ravasco Institute) with the aid of ... As of 2005 there were 409 religious in 73 houses. The informative process for the beatification cause commenced in 1948 - under ...
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*  1815 in Ireland - Wikipedia
The Religious Sisters of Charity are founded by Mary Aikenhead in Dublin. The Dublin Society purchases Leinster House, home of ... Brendan's Hospital officially opened as the Richmond Lunatic Asylum, a national institution. 11 June - Hans Crocker, lawyer and ... died 1870). Full date unknown Alfred Elmore, painter (died 1881). William Wilde, surgeon, author and father of Oscar Wilde ( ...
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*  Delhi Female Medical Mission - Wikipedia
The hospital was centrally located and was the first hospital solely dedicated to the care of women and children in Delhi. The ... The mission statement was both medical and religious-the DFMM was to be "a medical mission among the native women on Delhi, ... The Punjab government gave the DFMM 410 rupees per year to fund medicinal purchases, and the Delhi Municipality gave 75 rupees ... Although the hospital at first lacked both resources and staff, in 1891, it began to take off. The hospital hired their first ...
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*  Henry Cary (judge) - Wikipedia
When the land was resumed for the building of Lewisham Hospital, any remains found were re-interred at Rookwood, but there is ... Goods sworn at 950 pounds, with a bequest to Samuel Hodgson Smyth of Ashfield Park: 10 pounds for purchase of water colour ... 1835-1840 editor of various religious books and tracts. 1839-1844 Perpetual curate of Dayton, Bucks. 1847-1849 editor and ... Tuesday 5 July 1870 Johnson, Ross, 'History of the Queensland Bar' : Bar Association of Queensland, Brisbane, Qld Moreton Bay ...
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*  Nazareth - Wikipedia
The Nazareth Hospital (also called the English Hospital) French Nazareth Hospital Italian Nazareth Hospital Nazareth is twinned ... Local peasants would purchase supplies from Nazareth's many souks (open-air markets), which included separate souks for ... In the 6th century, religious narrations from local Christians about the Virgin Mary began to spark interest in the site among ... "hospital on the hill", or the Nazareth Hospital as it is known today, with sponsorship from the Edinburgh Medical Missionary ...
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*  Lewis Page Mercier - Wikipedia
The Foundling Hospital was the first public charity in England, established in 1739 by a Royal Charter granted by King George ... The buildings were erected on 53 acres (210,000 m2) purchased by Thomas Coram, the ship captain who sponsored its establishment ... who were in the process of printing a religious book of his. Mercier offered one great advantage to Sampson Low: speed. A ... Relieved of his position by the Governing Board in 1861, he then became Chaplain at the Chapel of the Foundling Hospital, then ...
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*  Rothschild banking family of England - Wikipedia
However, many of their philanthropic efforts extended far beyond Jewish ethnic or religious communities. They built hospitals ... Under Lionel the bank financed the British government's 1875 purchase of Egypt's interest in the Suez Canal. Lionel also began ... A leasehold extending until 2082 was purchased in 1986 from the Spencer family who owns the house. Rothschild banking family of ... Nathaniel de Rothschild (1812-1870) was born in London, the fourth child of the founder of the British branch of the family. In ...
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*  William Pickles Hartley - Wikipedia
1908: Knighted 1908: Purchased Holborn Town Hall for £31,000; he enlarged it and erected a new Publishing House. The enlarged ... Vow to devote a specific proportion of income to religious and charitable purposes made 1 January 1877. Offer of £1,000 if the ... Cottage Hospital opened at Colne, 20 April 1900. Botanical Laboratory, University College, Liverpool, opened 10 May 1902. ... He endowed a number of hospitals in Colne, Liverpool, and London, and financed departments at Liverpool and Manchester ...
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*  Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill - Wikipedia
Charity Hospital (later Pittsburgh Hospital) opened in 1897. In 1905 the Sisters established the Pittsburgh Hospital School of ... In 1809, Elizabeth Ann Seton established a religious order of women in Emmitsburg, Maryland, based on the rule drawn up by ... Because of the school's growing population, the Pittsburgh Diocese purchased property in Mt. Lebanon and built a new facility ... They established The Roselia Foundling Asylum and Maternity Hospital and Pittsburgh Hospital, and staffed Jeannette District ...
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*  Monaca, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia
Helvidi, who may have been the first white settler in Monaca, bought the large "Appetite" tract and raised sheep on it, but his ... First hospital in Beaver County. Town's first post office, 1856. Phillipsburg Soldiers Orphans School founded 1866 by Rev. ... Many stayed in Monaca, however, and not long after Müller and his followers left, a new religious speaker named William Keil ... In the patent, this tract was called "Appetite". On August 1, 1813, the land was bought by Francis Helvidi (or Helveti, Helvedi ...
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*  Varese - Wikipedia
Since 1968, the villa was purchased by the city and houses municipal offices. The park is open to the public from 5 April 1970 ... Already owned by Testoni, passed to the Hospital of Circolo di Varese and then, 30 September 1952, was ceded to the Roman ... The villa was renovated in the early thirties, and in the next decade refurbished as a religious seminary. Passed to the ... The complex is named after Giuseppe Toeplitz (1866-1938), Polish-born banker who bought it in 1914. Already modest country ...
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*  Church of St. Paul's, K Street (Washington, D.C.) - Wikipedia
As a new hospital for George Washington University was planned to be built nearby, the government bought the property and the ... Numerous additions of stained glass windows and appropriate religious adornments had been added in the intervening years. In ... On new property on K Street, purchased by the church, the architect Philip H. Frohman was engaged to design a new building. ... Its "Midnight Mass" of 1870 was perhaps the first in the United States in an Anglican church. The Eucharist has been celebrated ...
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*  Apostolic Vicariate of Kiang-nan - Wikipedia
A hospital for aged men was established at Shanghai in 1867, and the St. Francis Xavier School was opened. A severe persecution ... The fathers bought a house in the city, and then commenced their difficulties, which lasted fourteen years. On 5 February 1889 ... He went in Rome in 1867 and brought back with him religious Helpers of the Souls in Purgatory and some Carmelites. He founded ... the observatory about the same period, and took part in the First Vatican Council in 1870, but in 1874 a stroke of apoplexy ...
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*  St. Joseph's Church, Semarang - Wikipedia
... in 1828 the Catholics had purchased a former hospital and the surrounding land in Gedangan, near the harbour (id), and ... He quickly established a council for handling religious duties, and baptisms began the following year; fourteen people, mostly ... Constructed between 1870 and 1875 to meet the needs of Semarang's growing Catholic population, the red-brick church building ... The first stone was laid by the pastor Lijnen on 1 October 1870, and construction continued smoothly until 12 May 1873, when ...
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*  William Edmondson - Wikipedia
... where he worked until the hospital closed in 1931. Edmondson never married. His wages at Women's hospital allowed him to buy a ... many sharing his unique religious symbolism. He carved figures of biblical characters, angels, doves, turtles, eagles, rabbits ... After the closing of the hospital in 1931, he worked a number of part-time jobs and sold vegetables grown in his backyard. ... After an injury sustained at the Railway in 1907, Edmondson took a job as a custodian at the Nashville Women's Hospital, ...
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*  Blaenavon - Wikipedia
... when it became a hospital supported by the subscriptions of local people (an early form of NHS). When the Hospital closed it ... Samuel Hopkins and his uncle, Thomas Hill, both staunch Anglicans, took religious leadership in the community and were ... which subsequently bought the Blaenavon Ironworks.[4] There he employed his son, the noted civil engineer Thomas Kennard, and ... In 1836 Robert William Kennard JP DL (1800-1870) formed the Blaenavon Coal and Iron Company in 1836, ...
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*  East Grinstead - Wikipedia
In 1863, the then cottage hospital, Queen Victoria Hospital, was built on its current site in the 1930s. During the World War ... Several other religious groups have connections with the town, from merely owning property to having national headquarters ... Scientology's founder L. Ron Hubbard bought the Georgian mansion and its 24 hectares (59 acres) of grounds from the Maharaja of ... Queen Victoria Hospital remains at the forefront of specialist care today, and is renowned for its burns treatment facilities ...
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*  Central State Hospital (Virginia) - Wikipedia
The hospital purchased the farm land on which it was built, and used it as a storehouse for many years. In 1904, a one-and-a- ... half-story chapel was built as a multi-purpose space for religious services, dances, concerts, and graduation ceremonies for ... Central State Hospital, originally known as the Central Lunatic Asylum, is a psychiatric hospital in Petersburg, Virginia, ... and the lunatic asylum was renamed a state hospital. In 1896, a two-story brick pavilion was built and the hospital became one ...
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*  Education in Ballarat - Wikipedia
... who conduct St John of God Ballarat Hospital. In turn, the property was purchased by the Diocese of Ballarat and became the new ... religious education and church music, among others. In 1990 the Aquinas formally handed responsibility for the Institute and ... In 1973 the property at 1200 Mair Street, until then the Queen's Church of England Girls' Grammar School, was purchased by the ... the University has its earliest origins as the Ballarat School of Mines in 1870. The School of Mines became known as SMB (the ...
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*  Alexians - Wikipedia
Today, the Chicago hospital has become the Alexian Brothers Medical Center and Rehabilitation Hospital in Elk Grove Village, ... The request was granted, and in 1854 Father Dominicus Brock and five of the Brothers took the solemn vows of religious under ... which the Alexian Brothers had purchased. The Immaculate Conception Province (the American Province) sponsors Alexian Brothers ... The other hospitals have been sold or closed. Bishop (later Cardinal) Herbert Vaughan of the City of Salford, England invited ...
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*  Brigham City, Utah - Wikipedia
Locals sold supplies and food to the hospital while hospital staff patronized local businesses. After the war, the hospital's ... Snow directed both religious and political affairs in the settlement, eventually naming it Box Elder in 1855. When the town was ... Utah State University purchased the site and demolished all remaining buildings in 2013. The Utah State University Brigham City ... A.D. Cooley opened this hospital in 1935, operating as the only acute care facility in Brigham City until 1976 when the Brigham ...
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*  Ivybridge - Wikipedia
Ivybridge is served by Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust and the nearest hospital is Derriford Hospital in Plymouth. South Western ... John Allen (1802-1877) Purchased Stowford Paper Mill in 1849 and invested heavily in it. He was a local JP and chaired the ... Since 2001, there has been a shift from Christian (down 13 percentage points) to non-religious (up 12 points). Each April the ... "Ivybridge". Morris and Co.'s Commercial Directory and Gazetteer 1870. Retrieved 27 April 2008. Ivybridge Heritage "Census ...
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*  Naperville Historic District - Wikipedia
Proprieter Rollo M. Givler owned the Clarion, a local newspaper 205 North Wright - Purchased by the seminary in 1908, moved to ... Truitt House (c. 1917) - Truitt practiced medicine for over 50 years and helped establish the city hospital Kreger Family House ... Despite this economic welfare and religious presence, Naperville grew slowly; the population in 1910 was only 3,449. The town's ... Plainfield College in Plainfield moved its campus to Naperville in 1870, and was later renamed to North Central College. The ...
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*  Brothers of the Poor of St. Francis. - Wikipedia
... while living in community under religious vows. At that time, Höver took the religious name of "Brother John" by which he is ... In 1986, they purchased the Woodlands Treatment Center, a facility for drug and alcohol dependent youth in Burlington, Iowa. By ... prisons and hospitals. The Morris School for Boys, established in 1922 near Searcy, Arkansas, continues to be the brothers' ... Franziskus) are a congregation of Religious Brothers of the Third Order Regular of St. Francis, instituted for charitable work ...
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