Female Missionaries in China

Discussion in 'The Women of WW2' started by ALIBABA, Dec 24, 2016.

  1. ALIBABA

    ALIBABA Member

    I am writing this post in hope that someone could provide me with some information in respect of Janet Stewart who was a missionary docter in China somewhere between WW1 & WW2. About 1942 she was the opening medical officer at Galloway House when it opened as a hospital. I have no other details of her and have failed to find anything. Any information would be gratefully received. Happy Christmas & New Year.
     
  2. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Well-Known Member

    Could this be her????

    Name: Miss Janet D N Stewart
    Gender: Female
    Age: 29
    Birth Date: abt 1904

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  3. RCG

    RCG Senior Member

    Another candidate here.
    From the All UK & Ireland, Medical Directories, 1845-1942
    Janet Mcleod Stewart 1925 8, Balmoralcresc.,queen's Pk., Glasgow, S. 2.
    Janet McLeod Stewart 1930 9, Athole Gdns., Kelvinside, Glasgow, W. 2.
    Janet McLeod Stewart 1935 9, Athole Gdns., Kelvinside, Glasgow, W. 2, Scotland
    Janet McLeod Stewart 1940 East Suburb, Moukden, Manchuria.
    Janet McLeod Stewart 1942 East Suburb, Moukden, Manchuria.

    Its a bit of a B that the records don't go a little further so that we could see where she was in 1943.
     
  4. toki2

    toki2 Junior Member

    The areas in Glasgow are pretty affluent. Chances are that she got her medical degree at Glasgow University.
     
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  5. amberdog45

    amberdog45 Senior Member

    The on line graduate details only go up to 1916, but contact details available for Glasgow University here University of Glasgow :: Story :: Search Graduates to 1916

    The Scotman newspaper archives reports 10 Sep 1924 that a Dr. Janet M. Stewart was appointed a resident surgeon and a Janet McLeod Stewart was on the Glasgow University list of graduates 16 Oct 1923 edition
     
  6. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Well-Known Member

    Might be her:
    Janet Stewart in the UK, Outward Passenger Lists, 1890-1960
    Name: Janet Stewart
    Gender: Female
    Age: 30
    Birth Date: abt 1902
    Departure Date: 8 Jan 1932
    Port of Departure: London, England
    Destination Port: Shanghai, China
    Ship Name: Carthage
    Search Ship Database: Search for the Carthage in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database
    Shipping line: P and O Steam Navigation Company
    Official Number: 162658
    Master: H M Jack

    Shows her going to Shanghai as a 'Medical Missionary' with a home address 9 Attrol Gdns Glasgow
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  7. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Well-Known Member

    Janet Stewart in the Scotland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950
    Name: Janet Stewart
    Gender: Female
    Birth Date: 5 Jan 1902
    Baptism Date: 9 Mar 1902
    Baptism Place: Saint Enochs Free Church, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland
    Father: William Stewart
    Mother: Christina Reid
    FHL Film Number: 889486
    Reference ID: - 2:G3FL1N

    Perhaps
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  8. amberdog45

    amberdog45 Senior Member

    No relevant births or marriages for a Janet Mcleod Stewart, but a 92 year old died in Helensburgh in 1993.

    A Margaret Stewart is mentioned in the Aberdeen Press and Journal newspaper 12 April 1927 at the 9 Athole Gardens address but it's too scrambled to make any sense. It might be a death announcement.

    The papers also seem to mention a Rev. John Stewart in Manchuria around 1941 & 42 having arrived from China.

    Hopefully Glasgow University can shed some light on Janet's date of birth.
     
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  9. ALIBABA

    ALIBABA Member

    I have been really busy with other things but I do thank you for all of your replies
     
  10. ALIBABA

    ALIBABA Member

    I have been busy doing other things but I do thank you for all your replies
     
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  11. ALIBABA

    ALIBABA Member

    Sorry this is very late but thank you for your info
     

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