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Grace Elizabeth (Betty) Mollison (?–1957)

Grace Elizabeth Mollison

Grace Elizabeth Mollison

Broothorn

Born, Croydon, Surrey, England.

Daughter of the late Arthur Thomas, Engineer, of Croydon, England, and Emily Kate Thomas (nee Marwood).

Wife of Dr. Crawford Henry Mollison, M. B., Ch. B., M. R. C. S. (Eng. ). Only daughter, Cicely Elizabeth, aged four years.

CHARITIES. Member of the Melbourne Hospital Auxiliary. Served right through the Great War as a nurse in Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nurses’ Service. Was engaged on Hospital ships during the Gallipoli Campaign, stationed at Malta, Lemnos, etc. Holds all three service medals.

CLUB. United Services Club, Cavendish Square, London.

ADDRESS. “Ingleneuk,” Kensington Road, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria.

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'Mollison, Grace Elizabeth (Betty) (?–1957)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/mollison-grace-elizabeth-betty-18915/text30538, accessed 30 May 2024.

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Grace Elizabeth Mollison

Grace Elizabeth Mollison

Broothorn

Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Thomas, Grace Elizabeth
Death

1957
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Occupation
Military Service