Phyllis Ellidge TWEDDELL

TWEDDELL, Phyllis Ellidge

Service Number: Staff Nurse
Enlisted: 7 November 1917
Last Rank: Staff Nurse
Last Unit: Australian Army Nursing Service
Born: Murrumbeena, Vic., 1892
Home Town: Murrumbeena, Glen Eira, Victoria
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Nurse
Died: 25 August 1960, cause of death not yet discovered, place of death not yet discovered
Cemetery: Springvale Botanical Cemetery, Melbourne
Ashes scattered
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World War 1 Service

7 Nov 1917: Enlisted Australian Army Nursing Service, Staff Nurse, SN Staff Nurse, Australian Army Nursing Service
26 Nov 1917: Involvement Australian Army Nursing Service
26 Nov 1917: Embarked Australian Army Nursing Service, SS Indarra, Melbourne

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Biography contributed by Faithe Jones

Daughter of Edward TWEDDELL and Louisa nee GARDINER
Of Ponth Rd, Murrumbeena, Victoria

Married Cecil Travers (Banjo) PATTERSON 24 April 1933
Cecil passed away 14 August 1938

Even the rigid discipline of a military hospital cannot stifle romance, Mr. Cecil Travers Paterson, son of the late Mr. Magnus Paterson of Sale, and Mrs Paterson, of Melbourne, who has long been a cot-case at the Repatriation Hospital, Caulfield, and Miss Phyllis Tweddell, a nursing sister attached to the staff, were married quietly on Monday last. To hundreds of casual friends and acquaintances, this bedridden soldier is known as "Banjo Paterson." Conveyed to the course in a portable cut, he rarely misses a big race meeting. To the regular patrons of Flemington and Caulfield he is a familiar figure. His cheery personality has made him a general favorite. For the soldier patients at Caulfield Sister Tweddell always had a smile and a kindly word. To the daily round of common task she brought a cheeriness that often made dull days more sunshiny for the war cases in her care. Mr. and Mrs. Paterson are living in Mentone.

Gippsland Times Monday 01 May 1933 page 5

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