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BOOK - WWI Nursing Sisters of Old Durham County
By Sherrell Leetooze
Published by Lynn Michael-John Associates, Bowmanville, 2014

Softcover... 30.00 (C$)

The writing of WWl Nursing Sisters of Old Durham County was inspired by the centennial of the beginning of the First World War which began in August, 1914. No one wants to think about war, but it is inevitable if we are to keep the memory of those who served, and to honour their commitment to a peaceful future. So, author Sher Leetooze looked around for a suitable portion of the war experience to write about that touched the lives of the people of Old Durham County in central Ontario. Sher chose the women.

It wasn't just nursing sisters who served during the conflict. Women at home also served by raising funds that went directly to soldiers overseas, perhaps not in their pockets, but these funds purchased a few comforts of home for them while they served in the tranches or recuperated in hospital. The women also knit good warm socks for the soldiers too, and baked them cookies and sent them cigarettes and chocolates!

This book focuses on the stories of the thirty two nurses from Durham County who served their country during the First World War.

Contents:
  • Preface
  • Introduction/background information
  • The Nurses:
    • Winifred Alward
    • Mabel Emma Bruce
    • Morna Duckett Williams Brunton
    • Caroline/Carrie Louise Cherry
    • Annie Copeland
    • Jessie Evelyn Coulter
    • Irene Pearl Courtice
    • Emma Francis Elliott
    • Flora Mary Galbraith
    • Lillian Beatrice Garrard
    • Grant Sisters, The
    • Harriett Hudspeth
    • Florence Alexandria Hunter
    • Ada Andrews Kemp
    • Mabel Gertrude Lucas
    • Myrtle MacMillan
    • Jessie Evelyn Martin
    • Marion Etta McLean
    • Edith Elgin McNaughton
    • Mary McNaughton
    • Sarah (Sadie) Emma Might
    • Emma Elizabeth Murton
    • Helen Noble
    • Gwladys Eleanor Phelps
    • Edith Mary Prout
    • Pansy Ethel Roberts
    • Margaret Morrison Ross
    • Dorothy Mary Sanderson
    • Irene Louise Sharpe
    • Annie Lois Small
    • Eleanor Wynona Stainton
    • Alice Frances Stevenson
    • Pearl Edna Wood
    • Anna Elizabeth Henning Whitely
  • Epilogue
180 Pages
Softcover - perfect bound
5.25 X 8.25
Photographs and illustrations
Published by Lynn Michael-John Associates, Bowmanville, 2014
ISBN 978-0-9737330-6-8




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