Repository:PRONI,Belfast - Larne, County Antrim, ca-1914-19

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Repository:PRONI,Belfast - Larne, County Antrim, ca-1914-19

Post by irishgen » 07 Sep 2007, 14:33

Formno: 4702

Repository: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast

Main reference: T/2202/2

Century: 20th

Description: Copy of a list of members of the Ulster Volunteer Force Nursing Corps, Larne, County Antrim, 1914.
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Main reference: T/2031

Description: T/2031/3 Copy of a letter from Commodore W Carfendale, Naval Base, Larne Harbour to Miss Lucy McNeill, The Curran, Larne Harbour, giving thanks for work done by the Voluntary Aid Detachments 'in nursing officers and men during the recent influenza epidemic', 8 February 1918.

T/2031/6 Copy of a letter from the Under Secretary, Chief Secretary's Office, Dublin Castle to Miss McNeill, Larne, concerning the survivors of the S S Tuscania, 13 March 1918.

T/2031/7 Copy of a letter from Thomas Killen, Larne to Miss McNeill, Larne, thanking her for work done by the Saint John Nursing Corps during the recent influenza outbreak, 20 November 1918.

T/2031/8 Copy of an annual report of Saint John's Association, commandant listed as Miss Lucy O'Neill, 1918.

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