• F L Inglis

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    • INGLIS, Florence Lilian – Staff Nurse, AVH / QAIMNSR
    • Posted by FrevFord, Wednesday, 4 March 2015

    Born 6/1/1873 Sydney, NSW – daughter of William INGLIS & Flora McKINNON – who married in Picton, NSW in 1858 William was the founder of Messrs William Inglis & Son Ltd, bloodstock salesmen (auctioneers) Flora, (widow of William) died April 1914 Siblings: (born Picton, NSW) John T b.1859; Marion b.1861; Catherine b.1863; William b.1864; Donald C b.1866; (born Redfern, NSW) Robert A b.1868; (born St George, NSW) Alexander b.1870 Educated “Arthursleigh” Private School, Sydney Trained at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney 1900 – 1904 – nursed there until 1908 Matron Narrandera Public Hospital 1908 – 1911 Matron Manly Cottage Hospital 1911 - 1913 WW1: Arrived in England in June 1915 Served with the Australian Hospital at Auteuil, Paris, France – possibly until it was taken over in January 1916 Served with the Australian Voluntary Hospital (AVH), Wimereux, France from 27/2/1916 – (22/6/1916) – until transferred to the QAIMNSR 1/7/1916 when the AVH was taken over by the War Office and renamed 32 Stationary Hospital – remained with the 32 SH until 2/5/17 Leave 8/3 – 22/3/17 To 7 Gen Hosp 2/5/17 To 10 CCS 6/6/17 – 44 CCS 14/8/17 – 62 CCS 21/8/17 – 10 CCS 31/10/17 To 32 Staty Hosp 18/12/17 To 54 Gen Hosp 16/1/18 To 32 Staty Hosp 19/3/18 Leave 25/6/18 – 16/7/18 To 11 CCS 30/7/18 – 49 CCS 10/8/18 – 38 CCS 23/8/18 – 2 CCS 25/8/18 – 57 CCS 4/9/18 – 3 CCS 17/9/18 – 2 CCS 20/9/18 To 12 Staty Hosp 21/9/18 To 15 CCS 13/12/18 To 4 Staty Hosp 12/2/19 Confidential Report (p.22 of SR): No. 32 Stationary Hospital, 20/2/19 “This lady served under me from 15/7/16 – 2/5/17; 18/12/17 – 16/1/18; 19/3/18 – 30/7/18 Her general professional ability is above the standard of her rank, administrative capacity, power of initiative & ability to train & instruct orderlies all very good. Special qualification Theatre. ….. qualification very good. She has not acted in a higher rank. She is fitted for promotion.” To England for demobilization 10/3/1919 RTA 7/8/1919 on the Katoomba for Sydney – which arrived Sydney 25/9/1919 [ANA series no MT1487/1] 1920: Wootton Private Hospital, Darley St, Darlinghurst, Sydney 1929: Passengers that sailed on the Orama for London (via ports), which sailed from Sydney 23/4/1929, included Misses F.L. & J.M. Inglis 1929: Florence Lilian Inglis, 56 year old Australian nurse, embarked Port Said (with 17yr old Australian student, Joyce Marion Inglis) on the Narkunda – arriving London 14/6/1929 [b.c1873] 1930, 1937 ER: 2 Darley St, Darlinghurst West – nurse 1938: Florence Inglis, 65 yr old Aus trained nurse, embarked New York on the Franconia – arriving Liverpool, England June 1938 [b.c1873] [Florence Lilian Inglis is listed on a New York passenger list] Died 3/8/1946 age 73 at her residence, Leura (reg. Katoomba, NSW) – privately interred SMH, Sat 10 Jun 1911: MANLY COTTAGE HOSPITAL Miss Le Messurier is severing her connection with the Manly Cottage Hospital, where she held the position of matron. Nurse F.L. Inglis, late matron of Narrandera Hospital, has been appointed to fill the vacancy. The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 6 Aug 1946: DEATHS INGLIS – August 3, 1946, at her residence, Leura, Florence Lilian, youngest daughter of the late William and Flora Inglis, Annesley, Leichhardt. Privately interred.