The Register gives the person's name, age, date of admission, date of discharge or death, religion, if able to read or write, date of certification under the Mental Deficiency Act, trade or calling, pensions, and the names and addresses of relatives or friends. A column entitled 'from what district' often names a former institution, for example HM Gaol, Ashley Home, Lachlan Park Hospital, Clarendon Children's Home, Northern Tasmanian Home for Boys, Barrington Home for Boys, and Magdalen Home. The Register is organised alphabetically with men on the left hand page and women on the right.
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13 May 2022
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