Lady Drum's Hospital, Aberdeen
(1671-1798)

place and hospital

Closed aged c. 127

Commemorated on 1 plaque

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Drum's Lane on the site of Lady Drum's Hospital. In 1633 Marion Douglas, Lady Drum, mortified a sum of 3,000 merks for a commodious house for poor widows and aged virgins. Building began in 1671. By 1721 the house also accommodated daughters of Burgesses of Guild. The area was redeveloped and Drum's Lane laid out in 1798.

Upperkirkgate, Aberdeen, United Kingdom where it sited