Agnes Brownlow (9377)

Admission Details for Patient: A B (9377)

Gender: Female Age: 35
Marital Status: Married Religion: Church of England
Occupation: None
Address: Pwllheli (admitted from Workhouse), Carnarvonshire

Date of Admission: February 10, 1920
Date of Discharge: April 7, 1921
Discharge Category: Recovered

Disease: (No diagnosis entered)
Supposed Cause: Alcoholic

Medical Certificate:
Extremely excitable, refused food when offered the same. Swearing incessantly. She climbed the wall in an attempt to clutch 'Jesu Christ' but told me that he had disappeared. In reply, when I asked her where she had been lately, that God won't 'split for a pint'. The Workhouse master, Mr. Roberts, says that she wanted him to sleep with her last night. Violet Jones, Workhouse nurse, that she wishes to jump off Gimblet Rock to the sea, and also said that she tried to catch Jesus Christ but failed. Mr. O. W. Griffith, Pwllheli, 10th Feb 1920.

Approximate duration of present attack: 1 month

Number of Previous Attacks: 0

Number of Previous Admissions: 0

Number of Subsequent Admissions: 0

Total Number of Admissions: 1

Relatives affected:




Clean Habit:

Food Refusal:

Sleep Habit:

Destructive Habit:



Physical/Mental State at Examination: The patient's brother - Robert Thomas of Pwllheli - is also given as next of kin. She was staying at Pwllheli with her brother when she was admitted to the Workhouse.

Current Diagnosis: Disorder due to use of alcohol (F10)

Case Notes

No case notes.

Information taken from Certificate.


Historical Records Search