Rosewell, Whitehill House
Hospital (First World War), Hospital
Site Name Rosewell, Whitehill House
Alternative Name(s) St Joseph's Hospital; St Joseph's Institution; Daughters Of Charity Of St Vincent De Paul Hospital; Whitehill House Policies
Canmore ID 201466
Site Number NT26SE 93
NGR NT 29640 62010
NGR Description Centred NT 29640 62010
Datum OSGB36 - NGR
- Council Midlothian
- Parish Carrington
- Former Region Lothian
- Former District Midlothian
- Former County Midlothian
NT26SE 93.00 centred 29640 62010
NT26SE 80 NT 2963 6218 St Joseph's Hospital, Bridge
NT26SE 82 NT 2922 6329 St Joseph's Hospital, Gates and Gate-Lodge
NT26SE 93.01 NT 29925 61846 St Mary's Lodge
NT26SE 93.02 NT 29581 61995 Former stables block
NT26SE 93.03 NT 29642 61967 Chapel
NT26SE 93.04 NT 29610 61950 Hospital Wards
NT26SE 93.05 NT 29688 62004 Hospital Wards
Architect: William Burn 1839
Scottish Record Office:
GD152/53/4/27/2 & 3. Letter A Roos to Tyndall Bruce October 10 1843 'Had much to do at Whitehill in the way of garden with Mr Burn and Mr Ramsay. The grounds at Whitehill are not good'.
Whitehill. Account for glass supplied to Sir John Ramsay of Whitehill at Whitehill House.
It includes sums for new casements for the hall, for mending the room off the hall and the study for Sir John's own room, the stair, backstair, mid room, the next room, the bairns' room, the grieve's room, and the woman house. #22.18.0.
1690 GD 143/4/5/5
[? Whitehill] Account for lath and plasterwork and for supplying deals from William Clark, Wright, to Sir John Ramsay of Whitehill.
1697 GD 143/6/4/34
Building and repairing the house of Whitehill.
Extract Factory by John Ramsay of Whitehill appointing Thomas McGill, preacher of God's word, as factor during granter's absence from Scotland, to pursue various legal actions, to collect various rents and undertake other estate affairs, with advice of Mr James Ramsay, brother of granter, if he agrees to act with said Thomas to build and repair granter's house of Whythill......
20 June 1650 GD 143/Box 2/3/4
(Undated) information in NMRS.
Project (March 2013 - September 2013)
A project to characterise the quantity and quality of the Scottish resource of known surviving remains of the First World War. Carried out in partnership between Historic Scotland and RCAHMS.