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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orphanage

An orphanage is a residential institution devoted to the care of orphans—children whose .... This is the name for a long string of short stays with different foster care families. .... 1861, The Orphanage Asylum, Christchurch, Marylebone, London.

www.barnardos.org.uk/what_we_do/our_history/barnardos_homes.htm

We don't run orphanages and children's homes anymore. However, this is a non- exhaustive directory of all the homes and when they opened and closed.

www.childrenshomes.org.uk/LondonOrphan

Reed provided much of the furniture for the orphanage from his own home which .... In 1915, the institution changed its name to the London Orphan School.

www.formerchildrenshomes.org.uk/1900_orphanages.html

Type in your keyword (a word in the name or locality) in the find box that appears at the top of this ..... London Asylum for Orphans, Hackney (founded 1813).

www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=164011.0

Here is a list of Orphans at Orphan Homes, Ragged Schools etc., extracted from the censuses. ... Geographical coverage London and environs,

www.volunteertravels.com/project/africa/south-africa/east-london-orphanage

The orphanage and daycare center, located in East London, is run by and supported by a local family-run organisation that volunteers will be staying with and ...

www.orphansinneed.org.uk/get-involved/volunteering

Orphans in Need needs people like you to volunteer to make a difference to an orphan or a widow's life. A life changing experience is just a click away.

www.bl.uk/romantics-and-victorians/articles/foundlings-orphans-and-unmarried-mothers

All children taken in as foundlings - even those whose names were known - were ... A print depicting the Foundling Hospital site in Bloomsbury, London, in 1750.

harrypotter.wikia.com/wiki/Wool%27s_Orphanage

Wool's Orphanage is a Muggle orphanage in London. Most noticeably, it ... In the Harry Potter books, no actual name is given to the orphanage. The orphanage ...

www.cyndislist.com/orphans/home-children

In 1870, Dr. Barnardo opened his first home for children in London's impoverished East End ... A site for listing the names of the individual British Home Children.