Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

14/4/2012

Who was the Florence Nightingale of WW1? Injured soldiers drew pictures of ‘pretty face’ and gave thanks for caring touch of Nurse McDonald

A moving scrapbook from a World War One hospital in which patients wrote their thanks to a ‘Nurse McDonald’ has emerged after nearly 100 years. The men were recuperating at the Passmore Edwards Hospital in Willesden, London, between April 1916 and June 1917, when they made their entries. for more click here

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