|1881||History||Cottage Hospital||Brooker's Guide|
|The Cottage Hospital next invites notice. It is a neat building, erected in 1881, by Mr. R. J. Streatfeild, and is under the charge of a committee of management and lady superintendent. It is supported partly by patients' fees and partly by voluntary subscriptions, and has proved a great boon to the poorer class.|
|1882||Directory entry||Cottage Hospital, High street||Kelly's Directory|
|The Cottage Hospital, in High street, was built by R. J. Streatfeild esq. in 1881 and has room for 8 beds; it is lent to subscribers in the town for the benefit of the poor, and is supported partly by voluntary subscriptions and partly by patients' fees|
Cottage Hospital, High street, G. Lucas & H. M. Langdale, medical officers
|1888||Directory entry||Cottage Hospital||Brooker's Guide|
Proprietor, R. J. Streatfeild, Esq. Hon. Medical officers, Messrs Lucas and Langdale. Hon. Treasurer, R. J. Streatfeild, Esq. Hon. Secretary, E. 0. Langham, Esq. Collector, Mr. W. Rollison, School House. Lady Superintendent, Miss Cardale, Belmont. Controlled by a Committee of Management. Hospital, at top of High Street.
|c 1899||Part of the 6 inch to 1 mile map of Sussex produced in 1899 by Ordnance Survey||Cottage Hospital|