Ancestry UK

St Nicholas' Home for Mothers and Babies, Highbury, London

St Nicholas' Home for Mothers and Babies was established by the Crusade of Rescue in 1928 at 31 Highbury Hill, Highbury, London N5. It accommodated up to 12 unmarried Roman Catholic girls, aged from 17 to 26, who were expecting or who had just had, their first child.


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