Lucy Emma BARROW RCC

BARROW, Lucy Emma

Service Numbers: Not yet discovered
Enlisted: Not yet discovered
Last Rank: Not yet discovered
Last Unit: 2nd Australian General Hospital: AIF
Born: 1884, place not yet discovered
Home Town: Templers, Light, South Australia
Schooling: Not yet discovered
Occupation: Nurse
Died: Adelaide, SA, 10 May 1946, cause of death not yet discovered
Cemetery: AIF Cemetery, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide
Kendrew Oval
Memorials: Keswick South Australian Army Nurses Roll of Honor
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World War 1 Service

Date unknown: Involvement Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve (QAIMNS), 2nd Australian General Hospital: AIF

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Biography contributed by Faithe Jones

Matron
Royal British Nursing Service
2nd Australian General Hospital
48th General Indian Hospital
Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service

Daughter of Charlotte and late Richard BARROW
Of 5 Silver St., Marrickville (late 'Bundaleer', Junee), NSW
Next of kin Miss L.J. BARROW
Of 'Ashwell', Templers, SA
Aged 36 years
Trained at Adelaide Hospital and Ru Rua Hospital
Appointed QAIMNSR 20 May 1915
Embarked 15 May 1915 per 'Mooltan'

Left South Australia with the Royal British Nurses Association 1915
Attached to Army of Black Sea
Arrived in Salonika 16 May 1918
Served in Egypt and Salonika
Awarded Royal Red Cross 1st Class 01 January 1917
Transferred from Egypt to Salonika 09 May 1918
48th Indian General Hospital, Constantinople 04 August 1920
Completion of contract and service terminated 18 September 1920
Returned to Australia 20 October 1920 per 'Konigen Luise'
Did not marry
Died 10 May 1946 at Adelaide, SA
Aged 67 years
Resided Malvern, SA
Buried West Terrace AIF Cemetery Kendrew Oval

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