23/01/1916- Reported for Duty at No. 3 Australian General Hospital Abbassia Egypt ex Mudros Lemnos
1/02/1916- Returned with Hospital Ship to Australia
29/08/1916- Rejoined 3rd Australian General Hospital Abbassia ex Leave
25/09/1916- Proceeded Overseas England to British Expeditionary Forces ex Alexandria
5/10/1916- Arrived Brighton England with No. 3 Australian General Hospital
19/02/1917- Granted Leave England
4/03/1917- Rejoined Unit England ex Leave
11/04/1917- Proceeded Overseas France to join British Expeditionary Forces in the field France ex Southampton
7/05/1917- Detached for Duty with No. 3 Casualty Clearing Station in the field Abbeville France
24/05/1917-  Rejoined No. 3 Australian General Hospital Abbeville France ex Detachment
5/03/1918- Granted Leave England
21/03/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field Abbeville France ex Leave
7/04/1918- SPECIAL MENTION IN DESPATCHES from Sir Douglas Haig
31/07/1918- Granted Special Leave England
9/08/1918- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Special Leave
8/01/1919- Granted Leave in South of France
25/01/1919- Rejoined Unit in the field France ex Leave
20/05/1919- Granted Leave England
3/06/1919-  Awarded ROYAL RED CROSS DECORATION ( 2nd Class )
3/07/1919- Embarked England for Australia per “Prinz Hubertus”
26/08/1919- Disembarked Australia
26/10/1919- Discharged from Service
3/10/1962- Died at 83 Years of Age- buried Bunbury General Cemetery- Presbyterean Section- Grave No. A11

(1)-MENTION IN DEPATCHES


Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette:  24 October 1918
Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette:  Page  2057,  Position  62

 

Date of London Gazette:  28 May 1918
Location in London Gazette:  Page 6203,  Position  132

 

 

(2)- AWARDED ROYAL RED CROSS DECORATION ( 2ND  CLASS )

“For Dedicated Work in France & Flanders”

Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette:  15 September  1919
Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette:  Page  1372,  Position  7

Date of London Gazette:  3 June 1919
Location in London Gazette:  Page 6842,  Position  7

 

(3)- AWARDS AFTER DISCHARGE FROM SERVICE

 

Recommended for ROYAL RED CROSS DECORATION ( FIRST CLASS )-” For Long Service, Devotion to Duty, Skill,  Energy & Cheerfullness in her work”


1914/1915 Star


-British War Medal

-Victory Medal