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Browne, Sidney Jane

Nursing in Four Wars
Dame Sidney Browne, G.B.E, R.R.C and bar, D.N. (Leeds) who died early yesterday at the age of 91 at Cheltenham, devoted her life to the nursing and welfare of sick and wounded soldiers. In the cause of healing she took part in four campaigns, serving in the Egyptian War in the Sudan, in the South Africa War and in the 1914-18 War....

Biographical

Registration number106
SurnameBrowne
First name(s)Sidney Jane
Address(es)

Military Hospital, Malta
St Andrew's House, Mortimer Street, W.

Date of registration7 March 1890
Qualifications

Certificates, West Bromwich Hospital, 1879 - 83
Netley Hospital, 1883 - 85
Egypt, Soudan, 1885 - 86
Malta, 1887 - 90

Remarks

Matron in Chief, Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, 1902 to date

Personal details

Date of birth05 January 1850
Place of birthKent
Date of death13 Aug 1941 (Sept 2942 Cheltenham 6a 669)

Professional details

Professional activities

Military Hospital, Cottonera, Malta [1892]

Additional professional details

Biography: Battle of the Nurses by Susan McGann

Sources

Register of Trained Nurses 1892 and Register of Nurses (RBNA 4/1) - Royal British Nurses' Association Records, King's College London Archives

FreeBMD, Death 1941 Sept (2942 Cheltenham 6a 669)

Biography - Battle of the Nurses by Susan McGann
www.rcn/org.uk/development/rcn_archives/battle_of_the_nurses

The Times

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