SALFORD ROYAL HOSPITAL NURSES BOARD WW2


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Reference WMO/259936

Address:

Salford Royal Hospital

Stott Lane

Salford

Manchester

M6 8HD

England

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Status: Unknown
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
Materials:
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Unknown
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: WOODEN BOARD WITH LATEX PERSPEX COVER ATTACHED TO IT. CARVED FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE-STYLE LAMP AT THE TOP OF THE BOARD This was originally located at the Salford Royal Hospital site at the corner of Chapel Street and Adelphi Street in Salford, There was a Marble tablet outside the building and the wooden one inside. When the Hospital closed in 1913 and relocated to the Stott Lane site it was relocated (stored) It was intended to remount the Memorial. Present location unknown
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THIS PANEL RECORDS THE NAMES / OF 14 NURSES WHO LOST THEIR LIVES / AT THIS HOSPITAL DURING AND AIR RAID JUNE 2ND 1941. / FOURTEEN BEDS HAVE BEEN ENDOWED IN PERPETUITY / TO COMMEMORATE THEIR DEVOTION TO DUTY / (NAMES) / THIS PANEL WAS UNVEILED BY HRH / THE DUCHESS OF KENT / FEBRUARY 16TH 1944

SISTER Doris Preston CHEADLE CHES. STAFF NURSES Vera Creighton COROFIN Edith Haslam BURY Maureen Lynch ENNIS PROBATIONERS Bridget Leonard ATHLONE Margaret Lowery ST. HELENS Philomena McCrossan STRABANE Rose Moffatt ST. HELENS Margaret Owen ST. ASAPH Helen Sheridan ST. HELENS PRELIMINARY TRAINING Dorothy Burslem STACKSTEADS Elsie Okell BUCKLEY Martha Stott MIDDLETON Doris Tyson ULVERSTON

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