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Eagle House Reformatory for Roman Catholic Girls, Hammersmith, London

The Eagle House Reformatory for Roman Catholic Girls was established in 1862 by the Misses Ferrers at Eagle House, Brook Green, Hammersmith.

Having received far fewer committals than expected, the establishment was closed in 1863. The seven girls then in residence were transferred to the Arno's Court Reformatory in Bristol.

The Eagle House premises no longer survive.


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