Census Of 1851 German Hospital

 

STAFF

Name   Position Place
William Benck U 28 House Surgeon, MD Hanover
Sophia Seidelin W 60 Chemist Hamburg
John Herman Dicke U 27 Male Patients’ Attendant Prussia
Rudolph Brühl U 22 Porter Prussia
Carolina Lange U 26 Deaconess Prussia
Lina Kleininger U 26 Deaconess Bavaria
Julie Sche?mann U 26 Deaconess Prussia
Wilhelmine Eichholz U 26 Deaconess Prussia
Marie Muller U 21 Housemaid Hesse Darmstadt
Marie Fraumann U 19 Cook Prussia
Carl Sciffert U 27 Gardener Bavaria

PATIENTS

Name   Occupation Place
Gustav Rausch U 22 Jeweller Austria
Julius Agger U 25 Confectioner Russia
Johannes Sung M 40 Soap Manufacturer Prussia
Henry von Harten U 31 Sugar Baker Hanover
Scheimans Schultz U 18 Teacher Prussia
Carl Hackmeyer U 22 Clerk France
Sarah Rosenberg U 9 Pedlar’s Child Russia
Davis Levinsky U 22 Glazier Russia
Heinrich Abraham U 26 Sugar Baker Hanover
Franz Wilhelm Willems U 60 Clockmaker Prussia
Herman Mehrtens U 19 Sugar Baker Hanover
Anton Westphale U 31 Baker Prussia
Dietrich Frischbeck U 20 Sugar Baker Hanover
Wilhelm Heitmann U 25 Musician Hanover
Peter Goldschmidt U 35 Sculpturer Baden
Anna Abraham U 37 Shop Keeper’s Daughter Bristol
John He??? Pape U 21 Sugar Baker Hanover
Siegfried Berlin U 24 Teacher of Languages Holland
Johann Troll M 68 Sugar Baker Hesse Cassel
Nathan Zimmer U 21 Tradesman Bavaria
Michael Selzer U 16 Tailor Austria
Julius Alexander Josephi U 22 Clerk Mecklenburg Schwerin
Georg Meininger U 26 Musician Kurhessen
Ellis Harfeld U 21 Glazier Russia
Wilhelm Gutersloh U 25 Sugar Baker Hanover
Heinrich Orfs U 24 Clerk Holland
Isaac Wenzel U 19 Shoemaker Russia
Diedrich Heinrich Staeding U 31 Sugar Baker Hanover
Hermanis Hourdson U 28 Tailor Prussia
Kadel Jacob Rappeport U 30 Clerk Russia
Wilhelm Otto Boucher M 69 Merchant Saxony
Jacob Frager U 29 Farmer Württemberg
Wilhelm Schacht U 30 Chemist Hamburg

 

There is a vast difference in the number of people involved: in 1851 there were 12 staff and 32 patients and in 1881 36 staff and 106 patients – the numbers had more than trebled. In 1851, 8 patients were sugar bakers as against 2 in 1881. There were more women and children in 1881 than 1851 and more patients were locals in 1881.

Jenny Towey, Vice-President

 

 

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