British Military Nurses - Nominal Rolls

Discussion in 'The Women of WW2' started by Sue Light, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. Sue Light

    Sue Light Member

    In order to keep myself out of trouble, I've recently started transcribing nominal rolls of members of Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, their Reserve, and the Territorial Army Nursing Service who went to France with the British Expeditionary Force in 1939, and returned in May and June, 1940. I've just put online lists of those women who were in France by December 1939, most with their hospital attachments. There are quite a few more of these rolls 'counting them all out' and hopefully 'counting them all back' a few months later, which I'll add in the future. I hope they may be of use to anyone searching for a nurse who served during that time. They can be found via this link:

    QAIMNS and TANS Nominal Rolls 1939-1940

    Sue
     
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  2. Tonym

    Tonym WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran

    Sue

    Well done! Look forward to the rest.

    I am sure that you don't have the time to get yourelf into trouble.

    Tony
     
  3. Paul Reed

    Paul Reed Ubique MOD

    Excellent piece of research, Sue.
     
  4. Dutchtroop

    Dutchtroop Junior Member

    That looks very impressive. Must have been a lot of work.
     
  5. nemesis

    nemesis Senior Member

    Very impressive. I have some medals and papers to a Royal Navy Nurse who had WW2 service and later. I could post her details should you ever need them. She was VAD.
    regards
    max
     
  6. Oggie2620

    Oggie2620 Senior Member

    A couple of my friends will be glad to hear about this one!
    Dee
     
  7. peaceful

    peaceful Senior Member

    Hi Sue,

    As a nurse myself, I have to commend these nurses who put their lives in danger to care for the wounded. They knew they were in for some gruesome work. That's what nursing is all about. Thanks for the link to the National Archives where I will spend some time.

    My late father in the in the RAF was admitted to care in Brussels where he was given TLC p.r.n. Then he was sent back out for more of the same.

    peaceful
    Chrissie
     
  8. bamboo43

    bamboo43 Very Senior Member

    Well done and thanks Sue,

    Your painstaking work has helped me trace a couple of my ladies and their WW2 service pathway.:)


    Steve
     
  9. IDL

    IDL Junior Member

    Many thanks for this info. I have just discovered my mother's name (E M Threadingham) and will be posting more later - only discovered site today and its getting late now.
     

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