ⓘ Royal Naval Hospital, Stonehouse
The naval hospital was built between 1758 and 1765 to a design by the little-known Alexander Rovehead. The design was influential in its time: its pattern of detached wards arranged so as to maximise ventilation and minimise spread of infection foreshadows the pavilion style of hospital building which was popularised by Florence Nightingale a century later. The site for the hospital was formerly known as the mill fields after the nearby tide mills on Stonehouse Creek. Towards the end of the century, Stoke Military Hospital was built by the Army, facing the naval hospital directly across the creek.
The hospital closed in 1995, now a gated residential complex called to visit. The website contains more than 20 buildings and structures.
- Haslar, closed 2009. Royal Naval Hospital Stonehouse Plymouth opened 1760, closed 1995, converted into flats. Royal Naval Hospital Great Yarmouth opened
- buildings include the Royal William Victualling Yard, the Royal Marine Barracks, Stonehouse and the Royal Naval Hospital Stonehouse Of these three defence
- Creek was dominated by two military buildings, the Royal Naval Hospital and the Stoke Military Hospital which faced each other. Also located in the creek
- 1939 to play for Frickley Colliery. He died in 1968 in the Royal Naval Hospital Stonehouse aged 63. Harry Roberts Greens on Screen. Retrieved 10 September
- 1865 he served in the Royal Naval Medical Service and was posted to the Royal Naval Hospital Stonehouse At St Bartholomew s Hospital he was from 1865 to
- accommodating the largest first rate of any navy Royal Naval Hospital Stonehouse Plymouth 1758 The hospital housed 1200 patients in sixty wards, its ten
- Stoke Military Hospital was an army medical facility in Plymouth, England. The facility, which was sited on the north side of Stonehouse Creek, was designed
- The Royal William Victualling Yard in Stonehouse a suburb of Plymouth, England, was the major victualling depot of the Royal Navy and an important adjunct
- Regiment, Royal Artillery. Dockyard defences, including Devonport Lines 1758 and the later Palmerston Forts, Plymouth Royal Naval Hospital Stonehouse 1760
- training Royal Marine recruits was first established in Deal in 1861, occupying part of the Royal Naval Hospital which was linked to H.M. Naval Yard, Deal
- as Stonehouse Devonport, England RNH Portland, Dorset. RNH Simon s Town, South Africa Royal Naval Hospital Hong Kong now Ruttonjee Hospital in Hong