We remember Elisha Curry Bryan

We remember Elisha Curry Bryan

Timeline

Timeline

1885
birth Alexandria,Dunbartonshire Scotland United Kingdom Source:8978751 1885
1915
service Other Empire Force Nurse Scottish Women's Hospitals (French Red Cross). Valjevo , Serbia Source:8978782 1st July 1915 - 1st November 1915
1917
service Other Empire Force Nursing Sister Certificate number 14583 Scottish Womens Hospitals Corsica Source:8978782 1st November 1917 - 11th May 1918
1917
service Other Empire Force Nurse Scottish Women's Hospitals [ French Red Cross ] Ajaccio, Corsica Source:8709053 November 1917 - 11th May 1918
1919
location 60 Geills Avenue, Dumbarton, Scotland. United Kingdom Source:8978767 8th July 1919
1960
death Sussex United Kingdom Source:8978751 1960

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Elisha Curry
Initials EC
Last Name Bryan
Source 8709053
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
60 Geills Avenue, Dumbarton, Scotland. United Kingdom known 8th July 1919
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
Other Empire Force Scottish Women's Hospitals [ French Red Cross ] Ajaccio, Corsica Nurse
Other Empire Force Scottish Women's Hospitals (French Red Cross). Valjevo , Serbia Nurse
Other Empire Force Certificate number 14583 Scottish Womens Hospitals Corsica Nursing Sister

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Official Records

TitleConnected byMore information
Medal Index Card
British Red Cross Register of Overseas Volunteers 1914-1918 Transcription Jonathan101862

External Evidence

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Military Nurses 1856-1994 Transcription Alison86663
Scottish Women's Hospitals Jonathan101862
Miss Elisha Currie Bryan Jonathan101862
SCOTTISH WOMEN'S HOSPITALS NAMES A - F Jonathan101862

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