Admission Details for Patient: Catherine Jones (4242)
Name Mismatch: 4242 , 2521
Gender: Female Age: 36
Marital Status: Single Religion: Independent
Address: Port Amlwch, Anglesey
Date of Admission: November 10, 1890
Date of Death: April 22, 1906
Cause of Death: Phthisis
Supposed Cause: Hered.
1. I have attended Catherine Jones for some six weeks and during that time I found her incoherent in her talk, would not give reasons for refusing to get up from bed, refusing to take food. Latterly she refused to see me and said I wanted to do her harm. Could not converse rationally when spoken to, talking about her money and suspicious that people were going to take it away from her. Tried to get her to sign note withdrawing money from Post Office Savings Bank, but refused without getting money first. Said she had been in Liverpool where people knew what they were about, the people here knew nothing, could not (speak) English, or do any business. 2. Facts communicated by William Jones, brother, Well St, Port Amlwch. Could not get her to speak about herself or any subject. Attacked her sister and stripped some clothes from her. Was foaming at the mouth looking very wild. Pushed her sister in law out of the house. Signed Thomas Evan Jones, Amlwch. November 8th 1890.
Approximate duration of present attack: 2 months
Number of Previous Attacks: 0
Number of Previous Admissions: 0
Number of Subsequent Admissions: 0
Total Number of Admissions: 1
Relatives affected: Cousin, viz Miss Jones, Private Patient*
Clean Habit: -
Food Refusal: -
Sleep Habit: -
Destructive Habit: -
Physical/Mental State at Examination: Health moderate, sanguine temperament. Patient has been in service as cook in Liverpool. Was in her last situation about 2 months, but had previously held more permanent posts. It is supposed that she has had some trouble about a young man with whom she kept company, about 11 weeks ago returned to her home at Amlwch. Has taken a violent dislike towards her brother and sister and believes that they are scheming to take some property from her left to her by her father: that her tea is not as it should be and has been tampered with.
Current Diagnosis: Schizophrenia (F20.0)