Maud Emily Victoria BASSETT

BASSETT, Maud Emily Victoria

Service Numbers: Not yet discovered
Enlisted: 17 June 1918, Gayndah, Qld, Australia (NAA, Pg-34).
Last Rank: Staff Nurse
Last Unit: Australian Army Nursing Service
Born: Gayndah, Queensland, Australia, 12 May 1894
Home Town: Yarraman, Toowoomba, Queensland
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Nurse
Died: St Martins' Private Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, 6 September 1923, aged 29 years, cause of death not yet discovered
Cemetery: Toowong (Brisbane General) Cemetery
Brisbane City Council Cemeteries Database: Date of Burial: 07/09/1923; Grave Location: 5-106-33, Portion 5/Section 106/Grave 33.
Memorials: Nanango War Memorial
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World War 1 Service

17 Jun 1918: Enlisted Australian Army Nursing Service, Staff Nurse, Australian Army Nursing Service, Gayndah, Qld, Australia (NAA, Pg-34).
9 Nov 1918: Involvement Australian Army Nursing Service
9 Nov 1918: Embarked Australian Army Nursing Service, HMAT Wiltshire, Sydney
12 Aug 1919: Discharged Australian Army Nursing Service, Staff Nurse, Australian Army Nursing Service, Discharge - Medical Report - as per stated: debilitated from an illness - Influenza, due from climate conditions in Bombay, India. Embarked Ship: 24/06/1919, "SS Hungaria", for Brisbane, Qld; Disembarked Ship: 27/07/1919, "SS Hungaria", Brisbane, Qld. Discharged: 12/08/1919. (NAA, Pg's, 34, 38) Service Record of Staff Nurse: Maud Emily Victoria BASSETT.

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Born 1894 at Gayndah, Qld.
Daughter of Cornelius John BASSETT and Mary nee COLEMAN
Of Longreach, Qld.
Enlisted 02 November 1918 at Gayndah, Qld.
Aged 24 years
Embarked 09 November 1918 from Sydney per 'Wiltshire'
Served in India
Returned to Australia 27 July 1919 per 'Hungaria'
Appointment terminated 12 August 1919
Did not marry
Died 06 November 1923 at St. Martin's Private Hospital, Queensland
Buried Toowong Cemetery 5 106 33

The sad news of the death of Sister Maud Basset, late of A.I.F., came as a shock to the residents of Yarraman, where she is fairly well known. While abroad the unfortunate girl contracted lung trouble, and she passed away at St. Martin's Hospital early on Thursday morning. Her three sisters are: Mesdames Lang, McIvor, and Thannett, of Yarraman, and her only brother is Mr. Jack Bassett. Much sympathy is expressed for her relatives as only in February last they lost their mother.

Queensland Times Friday 14 September 1923 page 7