Clarice Molyneux DICKSON RRC

DICKSON, Clarice Molyneux

Service Number: Sister
Enlisted: 24 November 1914
Last Rank: Sister
Last Unit: 2nd Australian General Hospital: AIF
Born: Qld, 1881
Home Town: Sydney, City of Sydney, New South Wales
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Nurse
Died: St. Leonards, NSW, 21 December 1964, cause of death not yet discovered
Cemetery: Not yet discovered
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World War 1 Service

24 Nov 1914: Enlisted Australian Army Nursing Service, Sister, SN Sister, Australian Army Nursing Service
28 Nov 1914: Involvement 2nd Australian General Hospital: AIF
28 Nov 1914: Embarked 2nd Australian General Hospital: AIF, HMAT Kyarra, Sydney

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Biography contributed by Faithe Jones

Daughter of Robert DICKSON and Harriet nee DUNSTAN

Mentioned in Despatches
Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: 29 June 1917
Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: Page 1394, position 45
Date of London Gazette: 4 January 1917
Location in London Gazette: Page 257, position 18

Awarded Royal Red Cross (1st Class)
Date of Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: 18 April 1918
Location in Commonwealth of Australia Gazette: Page 847, position 162
Date of London Gazette: 1 January 1918
Location in London Gazette: Page 54, position 3

AWARDED ROYAL RED CROSS.
SISTER CLARICE MOLYNEUX DICKSON.

Formerly of the Coast Hospital.

Sister Dickson is a Queenslander, and originally came from Brisbane. She received her training in mental nursing at the Hospital for Insane, Callan Park, and her general training at the Coast Hospital, Little Bay. She was one of the very earliest to offer her services on the out-break of the war, and left with the first batch of Australian nurses for the front.

Sister Dickson was for some time on transport duty, working between Malta, Egypt, and Lemnos, and later on went to England, and finally to France, where she was attached to a casualty clearing station.

For the past six months Sister Dickson has been acting as secretary to England's Matron-in-Chief at the headquarters in Horseferry-road London.

Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 15 January 1918 page 8

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