• Ethel Ridgway Bailey

Army / Flying Corps
  • Australian Army Nursing Service
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  • 1914–1915 Star
  • British War Medal
  • Victory Medal
  • Birth

    Sydney, NSW, Australia

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    • BAILEY, Ethel Ridgway
    • Posted by FrevFord, Saturday, 13 December 2014

    Born 1889 Sydney, NSW – daughter of Charles BAILEY & Adelaide Mary RIDGWAY, who married 1886 in Canterbury, NSW (Qld, 1915) Siblings: Arthur Rofe b.1887 Sydney – WW1: Sgt 4461, AA Pay Corps, AIF; Leslie Owen b.1891 Petersham – marr Sevilla – WW1: Pte 7692, 1st Bn, AIF; Hilda M b.1893 Petersham WW1: Embarked 16/6/1915 on the A63 Karoola Served Egypt, France, England – 1st AGH, 3rd AGH, 3rd AAH Married Major John Bernard Francis McKENZIE, AAMC on the 14/2/1918 at St Albans, England Children (3): Douglas John b.11/2/1919 Sydney – WW2 – d.1990 Adelaide; Judy & Robert. Died 11/10/1975, age 86, late of Randwick, formerly of Newport Beach and Newcastle Cremated Northern Suburbs Crematorium John was born 2/4/1888 Maitland, NSW – son of Archibald Daniel McKENZIE & Martha Elizabeth HUGHES [Father – Education Dept, Sydney] Medical Practitioner – qualified Sydney Uni Embarked 10/4/1915 on the Hororata Served Lemnos, Egypt, England 2nd AGH, 1st Stat Hosp, 14th Fld Amb, 8th Fld Amb, 3rd AAH RTA on duty on D23 Runic 23/9/1918 – disembarked 3rd MD 26/11/1918, then overland to 2nd MD Sailed to England by the Moldavia in 1937 Died 10/8/1971, age 83, at Gordon, late of Newport Beach and formerly of Newcastle SMH, Mon Oct 13, 1975 (p.24): DEATHS McKENZIE, Ethel Ridway – October 11, 1975, at hospital, late of Rae Street, Randwick, and formerly of Newport Beach and Newcastle, dearly loved wife of J.B.F. McKenzie (deceased), and loving mother of Doug, Judy and Robert, aged 86 years. FUNERALS McKENZIE – The relatives and friends of the late ETHEL RIDGWAY McKENZIE are kindly invited to attend her funeral, to leave St Jude’s Church of England, 108 Avoca Street, Randwick, Wednesday (October 15, 1975), after service commencing at 10.45 am for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium.