Annie Serjeant

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Ballarat Trained World War One Nurses Honour Board, Ballarat Base Hospital, 2017.

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History

Annie Serjeant was born in Melbourne, Victoria, the daughter of A.G. Serjeant of 523 Skipton St, Ballarat, Victoria. Annie trained as a nurse for three years of the Ballarat District Hospital.

During World War One Annie Serjeant enlisted at Launceston, Tasmania on 18 May 1917, aged 26 years. She embarked on 12 June 1917 from Melbourne per ‘Mooltan’. She served as a Sister at Salonika and England, returning to Australia on 18 May 1919 on the ‘Wandella’. Her appointment was terminated on 02 July 1919.

Legacy

World War One service recognised on the Ballarat Avenue of Honour.

See also

World War One

World War One Nurses

Notes

ENGAGEMENT - The engagement is announced of Miss Annie Serjeant, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs . Alfred George Serjeant, of Skipton street, Ballarat, and Dr. Robert George McPhee, second son of the late Dougald McPhee and Mrs. McPhee, of Geelong.[1]

References

  1. Australasian, 21 June 1919.

Further Reading

External links

http://www.aans.gravesecrets.net/se.html


--Beth Kicinski 13:30, 24 August 2013 (EST); --C.K.Gervasoni 10:15, 19 July 2014 (EST)

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