The Hospital Admission and Discharge Books recorded the basic personal data of all those who were admitted in the hospital. The series started in the eighteenthcentury and lasted until the closure of the hospital. Organized by years, the information included was: name and surnames of the patient, location of birth and residence, age, profession (in case of men), civil status, and area of treatment. Moreover, the register included information about people related to the person admitted, concretely the spouse and the parents. The data recorded on the relatives were their names and profession (in case of the husband).