06/05/1915- Signed Australian Army Nursing Service Enrolment Form Fremantle WA
24/05/1915- Embarked Fremantle WA aboard “Mooltan” bound for London England
14/06/1915- Signed Attestation Paper for enlistment AANS
27/06/1915- Disembarked Plymouth England & to prepare for posting to France
18/07/1915- Embarked Devonport England via Lemnos where 3rd Australian General Hospital medical staff were deployed then sailed on to Egypt
01/08/1915- Disembarked Alexandria Egypt then posted to duty at 1st Australian General Hospital(AGH) Heliopolis Egypt
06/04/1916- Embarked Alexandria aboard “Salia” bound for Marseilles France
13/04/1916- Disembarked Marseilles to duty at No. 20 General Hospital Camiers France
10/05/1916- Detached to Duty with No. 10 Ambulance Train France
11/08/1916- To No. 12 Stationary Hospital Rouen France
28/09/1917- Promoted to Sister at No. 3 Australian General Hospital Abbeville France
07/03/1918- Granted Leave Paris France
20/03/1918- Rejoined No. 3 AGH Abbeville from Leave
03/04/1918- To Temporary Duty at No. 25 General Hospital Boulogne France
20/05/1918- Rejoined 3rd AGH Abbeville ex detachment
30/05/1918- Granted Leave England
08/06/1918- Rejoined No. 3 AGH Abbeville from Leave
13/08/1918- To No. 3 Australian Casualty Clearing Station France
15/11/1918- Rejoined No. 3 AGH Abbeville France ex Detachment
18/12/1918- Granted Leave England
04/01/1919- Rejoined No. 3 AGH Abbeville from Leave
16/03/1919- Mentioned in Sir Douglas HAIG’s despatches for conspicuous service
23/03/1919- Attached to Staff at No. 2 Australian Auxiliary Hospital Southall England ex France
24/04/1919- To No. 3 Australian Auxiliary Hospital Dartford England
02/05/1919- Embarked Devonport England aboard Karoola” for Return to Australia
15/06/1919- Disembarked Fremantle WA
01/07/1919- Resumed Sister Duties at No. 8 Australian General Hospital Fremantle WA
28/11/1919- Demobilized at Own Request
07/12/1919- Discharged from Service(Termination of Period of Enlistment).


1914/1915 Star No. 3480

British War Medal No. 2871

Victory Medal No. 2867.

MENTION IN DESPATCHES by SIR Douglas HAIG on 16th March 1919,

“For Conspicuous Service”

London Gazette- Eighth Supplement No. 31448 of 11th July 1919,

Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No. 124 of 30th October 1919.


-Completed 3 years probationary Nurse Training at Perth Childrens Hospital in June 1912,
-Qualified in Theatre & Surgical Nursing at Fremantle Public Hospital,
– Acted as Night Supervisor at Fremantle Public Hospital,
-Practiced General Nursing as a Private Nurse,
– Later ,Joined as a member of the Australian Trained Nurses Association