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Ethel Mary Giddings (1876–?)

Miss Giddings

Miss Giddings

Jack Cato

Born, Maryborough, Victoria. Daughter of James Giddings, of Darzes, Wiltshire. England, an early pioneer of Maryborough district, Victoria, when it was a town of ...

ACTIVITIES. Enlisted with A. A. A. N. S., A. I. F., in 1915, as Charge-Sister at Base Hospital No. 5, A. G. H. Embarked for active service on S. S. Mooltan in 1916; served in India, Coloba War Hospital, Bombay; also at Deccan War Hospital, and Sister-in-charge of Kirkee Military Hospital. Volunteered for service in Salonica, and served at Hortiac 66th General Hospital as Charge Sister; also 42nd General Hospital, Kalamaria, Salonica. until 1919, when she transferred to England and returned to Australia. Since return has been Matron of Kirkee Private Hospital, Mildura, Victoria.

HOBBIES. Tennis, Gardening.

CLUB. Army Nurses' Club.

ADDRESS. Kirkee, Private Hospital. Deakin Avenue, Mildura, Melbourne, Vic.

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Miss Giddings

Miss Giddings

Jack Cato

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September, 1876
Maryborough, Victoria, Australia

Military Service