WWI Military Nurses of the Thames area: Thames (NZ)


During WWI, Nurses from around New Zealand willingly put their hand up to go and care for the soldiers engaged in the battles of World War One. Wherever their base - in the fields, hospital ship or England, among them were nurses from the Thames-Coromandel area.

Comprehensive information on New Zealand Military Nursing is available on the web and in book form. The Treasury also has information on WWI that includes nurses from Thames Hospital.

Below is a list of the known nurses so far identified as having trained, nursed or lived in the area. If you have any information on these nurses, can you please contact me or leave details at The Treasury, Thames.

Lastname 
  First Names
  Trained
  RN Rego
 Serial Number 
Cora Beattie
Thames
743
NZAN 12
Theresa
Christina
Christchurch
Thames
869
1003
22/17
22/311
Margaret
Waihi
1358
22/316
Ethelwyn
Thames
1465
22/370
Katherine Mary
Ada Maud
Auckland
Thames
1215
1920
22/225
22/554
Annette Julia
Thames
1846
22/451
Lily
Thames
1013
22/72
Isabel Ethel
Emma Jane
Clara Elizabeth
Auckland
New Plymouth
Thames
600
1007
1464
22/230
22/31
22/124
Margaret Emily
Waihi
1462
22/381
Isdell
Isabella
Waihi
1302
22/243
Edith Hilda
Waihi
2050
22/535
Gertrude May
Mercury Bay
1301
22/246
Henrietta Barbara
Waihi
841
22/253
Ethel
Southland
1385
22/310
Margaret Hamilton
Mercury Bay
1685
22/418
Jane
Southland
981
22/37
Emily Freeman
Waihi
1214
22/255
Rose
Waihi
673
22/84
Ruth
Jessie Isabella
Auckland
Thames
897
1984
22/218
22/479
Stewart
Ann
Waihi
1357
22/350

RED CROSSES AND WAR MEDALS. GENERAL SIR IAN HAMILTON INSPECTING ARMY NURSES AND VETERANS AT WELLINGTON ON JUNE 3.
Source: ' Sir George Grey Special Collections, Auckland Libraries, AWNS-19140611-54-3 '

No comments:

Post a Comment