Biography Miss Evelyn ALDER was born in Honition, Devon about 18691 2. She trained at the Royal Infirmary, Bristol3. Nursing Service during the Boer War Sister ALDER served in the Princess Christian’s Army Nursing Service (Reserve)3, joining on March 23, 1900, although we have not seen her in any of the medal rolls. The 1911 census shows her working as … Read More
Biography Lilian AINSWORTH was born in Newrath, Kilkenny, Ireland, about 18721. She trained as a nurse at the Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester and joined the Princess Christian’s Army Nursing Service (Reserve) on February 4th, 18982. Nursing Service in the Boer War Sister Lilian Ainsworth travelled to South Africa with No. 10 General Hospital in the Hospital Ship Avoca3, leaving … Read More
Biography Louisa Constance Agg was born in Winchester in 1869. Her father was a retired Colonel in the 51st Regiment. She was brought up in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire . She started her nurse training in 1896 at St Thomas’ Hospital, London and was on the staff there as Sister Florence, and was outfitted for the Princess Christian’s Army Nursing Service (Reserve) … Read More
Bibliography Eleanor Elizabeth ADKINS was born in Weedon, Northamptonshire, about 1873. She trained as a nurse at the North-West London, Hospital, and joined Princess Christian’s Army Nursing Service (Reserve) on February 23, 1900. Nursing Service in the Boer War She served in Bloemfontein . Nursing after the Boer War In 1911 she was a Nursing Sister at Osborne House on … Read More
Biography Constance Addison was born in South Africa on March 15th, 1867. Nursing Service in the Boer War Nurse Constance Spong ADDISON served as a member of the Natal Volunteers. She was awarded the Royal Red Cross for nursing services at Intombi Camp during the siege of Ladysmith. She also served at the military hospital in Pietermaritizburg, Natal.
Biography Florence ABRAHAM was born in Melbourne, Australia about 1871. The 1891 census shows Florence as a probationer at St George’s Hospitall. She joined Princess Christian’s Army Nursing Service (Reserve) on May 4, 1900. Nursing service in the Boer War Sister Florence ABRAHAM does not appear on the medal rolls for South Africa, but the 1901 census shows her working … Read More
Biography Superintendent Miss Florence Ellen ADDAMS-WILLIAMS was born on April 18, 1859. She trained as a nurse at the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh1Tooley, SA. (1906) The History of Nursing in The British Empire. London: S.H. Bousfield & Co. Ltd.. Nursing Service in the Victorian Wars She joined the Army Nursing Service on October 1st 1885, and in 1898 was serving at … Read More
We have now started to publish a transcription of the Boer War diary of Sister Emily Jane Wood. Emily Jane Wood trained at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary. She joined Princess Christian’s Army Nursing Service (Reserve) in May 1900 as part of the Scottish Red Cross Hospital forming up to go to South Africa. As well as serving with the Scottish … Read More