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City Memorial Hospital, 1924.

City Memorial Hospital, 1924.

City Memorial Hospital, 1924. The hospital is located on East Fourth Street.

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  1. hello, it’s nice to see the place you were born; especially 60 years later. no matter where I live, home will always be 2340 konnoak dr. thanks for all the great memories. go parkland.

  2. I was born there in 1953. Is this building still standing? Does anyone know?

  3. Thank you for your inquiry, Ms. Hancock, about City Memorial. According to this photo, City Memorial is still standing and being used by Winston-Salem State University.

  4. I was born there in 1954. Sibblings also born their in 1952, 1956,1960,1964.

  5. I was, also, born at this hospital in Dec. 1954. My mother always referred to it as The City Hospital.

  6. How can a person get a copy of their birth record from the old City Memorial Hospital in the 1950’s?

  7. All birth, death and marriage information is at the Forsyth County courthouse – the county in which the event occurred.

  8. 1946 . Delivered by Dr.Mauzy

  9. I was born there on aug 24 1958. and i ride by there thinking about all the changes it gone thru.Then i’m also thankful because my husaband was born there on april 17, 1950. eight years before me. my first husband was born there in 1954.

  10. I was born here in Dec of 1963, shortly before it closed. My best friend was born at Forsyth Mem. in Feb. of 1964, which was new then. It’s nice to see a pic of it.

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