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19th November 1915On this day:
- 15th Nov 1914
- Training 6th County of London Brigade RFA report
Lt J.C. Woollett, 15th London Battery and 4 telephonists per unit proceeded to Marles les Mines on a course of instruction in telephony. Inspections of the 18 pounder equipment and clothing etc, was held by OC. Units. One man per unit sent to Headquarters IV Corps for course of advanced telephony.
- 19th November 1915 Training Conference
- 19th Nov 1915 Lucky Escape
- 19th Nov 1915 Minesweeper Lost
- 19th Nov 1915 Trench Work
- 19th Nov 1915 In Billets
- 19th Nov 1915 Rescue of a Friend
- 19th Nov 1915 Off Duty
- Nurse Appointed Matron Miss Gertrude Inglis the the Kirkburton Parish Nurse was appointed as the matron of the Kirkburton Hospital, whilst continuing in her paid role. She was assisted by her sister, Miss Alice Inglis, also a fully qualified nurse, who had previously worked at St Agnes’ Hospital London.
Both sisters would work at the hospital until its closure in December 1919.
A third sister, Georgina, who lived in Inverness, deputised for both her sisters for holidays and sickness and worked approximately 2˝ months each year.
- 19th Nov 1915 Drainage
- 19th Nov 1915 Trench Foot
- 19th Nov 1915 Orders
- 19th Nov 1918 Prisoners Suffering
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