Agnes Craig CHAPMAN

CHAPMAN, Agnes Craig

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Last Unit: 2nd Australian General Hospital: AIF
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Died: Circumstances of death not yet discovered
Cemetery: AIF Cemetery, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia
Section: KO, Road: 13A, Site No: 37
Memorials: Keswick South Australian Army Nurses Roll of Honor
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World War 1 Service

5 Dec 1914: Involvement 2nd Australian General Hospital: AIF
5 Dec 1914: Embarked 2nd Australian General Hospital: AIF, HMAT Kyarra, Melbourne

Leaving for the War

Sister A. Chapman, who has resigned from the District Trained Nursing Society, was born in South Australia, but trained as a nurse in the Perth Hospital. She did district nursing in Adelaide in 1912 and 1913, and was among the first nurses to leave in 1914 for war service abroad. From Egypt she went in a hospital ship to Gallipoli, and later served in England and India. Afterwards she went in a hospital ship to Mesopotamia and Salonika. Sister Chapman rejoined the D.T.N.S. in 1925, and has been at Glenelg for seven years. The general secretary and superintendent (Miss Winifred Howie), in paying a tribute -to Miss Chapman's service to the society, said that the council regretted her resignation.

News Friday 08 February 1935 page 3

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