Other views of St. Anne's area . . .
St. Anne's Walk
DESIGN FOR THE NEW ROYAL ST. ANNE'S ASYLUM, REDHILL - By Mr. A. Hessell Tiltman, Architect.
The Builder, September 30th 1882.
from Farnborough Hampshire
posted this comment on 05/04/2011 at 12:35
My grandfather was sent here in 1914 as a foundling at less than one year old given up by his single mother.
At the time of entry he was christened and given the new name of Edward Howchin.
Any one with more infomation or a photo would be greatly apretiated for the family tree.
from Epsom, Surrey
posted this comment on 20/03/2012 at 19:21
my mum was sent here I think in about 1920 she was given the name ethel vane. if this rings a bell, please let me know, thanks
Marcia E Wilde
from Durban.South Africa.
posted this comment on 12/06/2012 at 13:27
I was left on the doorstep of the Walton on Thames police station approx age 6 months old in June 1936,and transfered later to St. Anne's. I was given the name of Marcia Walton I was put up for adoption. I would be grateful if I could fine out further details.
from East Dulwich London
posted this comment on 03/09/2012 at 21:00
My uncle, John Kenwood, was a pupil here between 1927 and 1935, when the Coram school transferred to the purpose-built school at Berkhamsted Herts. Anyone with any memories and/or photographs would they kindly contact me with details. Many thanks.
from Newhaven East Sussex
posted this comment on 03/09/2014 at 18:38
just found this site on behalf of my friend her grandmother was on the 1901 census age 14 as a pupil at Royal Asylum of St Annes Society Reigate She would really Love to know what Winifred Stubbs was doing there so any information why was she there ,was she ill would be greatly appreciated also any photos Thankyou
posted this comment on 15/01/2015 at 12:45
Like Zillah's Comment 5 I have just found my Wife's Grandfather Horace Coolings was also on the 1901 census as being a pupil here aged 15. Any information would be helpful.Maybe they knew each other.
posted this comment on 17/01/2015 at 18:18
My great-uncle George Ninnis received a book prize in July 1896 from the headmaster B. Hawkins
posted this comment on 28/06/2015 at 13:48
My great-great-grandfather Dr William Perry was the headmaster of St Anne's in the 1890s-early 1900s.
posted this comment on 29/09/2015 at 22:46
My mother was an abandoned baby and was taken to St Ann's Redhill in June 1923. She was given the name Kathleen Davis and an estimated date of birth 14th February 1923. We have no knowledge of any blood relatives. Any information would be most welcome.
St. Anne's Schools. 1885. Berryman.
Redhill, St. Anne's School, The Chapel. 1886. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.
Redhill, St. Anne's School Chapel. Unknown date. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.
The Foundling Hospital, Redhill. 1894. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.
St Anne's School, Redhill. 1904. Unknown publisher.
St. Anne's Schools. Circa 1905. Dann & Son.
St. Anne's Schools, Redhill. 1905. The Wrench Series.
St. Anne's Schools, Redhill. Circa 1908. Field's "Surrey" Series.
Royal St. Anne's School, Redhill. 1905. Unknown publisher.
St. Anne's School, Redhill. Unknown date. Kingsway Real Photo Series.
Royal St. Anne's Schools, Redhill. Unknown date. Valentine's Series.
Redhill, St. Anne's School. 1907. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.
St. Anne's School, Redhill. Unknown date. Jenning's.
St Anne's, Redhill, Surrey. Aero Pictorial Ltd.
6th Kings Liverpool Regiment transport section in camp at St. Anne's. October 1914.
Redhill, St Anns School 1886, Surrey. F. Frith & Co. Ltd.
Click here for a print of this photograph from the Francis Frith Collection