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seaJane

Sister M.T. Martin 1915

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seaJane

I was watching this https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b011pwms, and during a section set in the Great Pyramid saw "Sister M.T. Martin 1915" written on the wall behind the presenter.

 

Out of idle interest I googled sister m t martin QAIMNS, and:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sister_M._T._Martin popped up, with a subheading "Visit to the Pyramids."

 

Isn't technology wonderful?

 

sJ

 

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Ghazala

Brilliant.  Thanks sJ.

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Ghazala

Sorry sJ.  Could not resist throwing this one into the mix - TEL, Dirty Gerty and Winston

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seaJane

I forgive you :)

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Marilyne

aaaahhhh... Graffiti in the Great Pyramid! !!!! Sacrilège!!!!!

 

kidding... at that time it was quite normal. That was before mass tourism of course!!

 

M.

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michaeldr

The Australian record keeping is marvellous and accessible to all 
Her file here even includes her clinical charts from when she was sick
It also shows that having joined in 1914, she was also one of the first to be returned to Australia, 
receiving a 1914-15 trio for her service
https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/ViewImage.aspx?B=3000602&S=22&R=0

 

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