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AlanCurragh

Researching a Great War Nurse

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AlanCurragh

Having spent a month or so researching a couple of soldiers in my wife's family, she has reminded me that there was another Great War casualty, a nurse who died of influenza in 1918 and was granted a military funeral. Apart from her name, Amy Bowen, that is really all I know. Don't even know if she was overseas or not.

It's probably a very long shot, but can anyone suggest any possible lines of enquiry?

Thanks

Alan

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Paul Nixon

Try the British Red Cross Archives in London. Grosvenor Crescent I think, but there is a website also. The National Archives also have some nurses' records.

Best wishes

Paul

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Jim Strawbridge

Alan, I cannot see that there was a serving WW1 female casualty called Amy Bowen. Not with CWGC or rolls. If you contact me off line I will let you have a list of all of the AMY's to see if a different surname rings a bell. Jim Strawbridge

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