We remember Alexina Dussault

We remember Alexina Dussault

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Timeline

Timeline

1882
birth St. Hyacinthe, Quebec Canada Source:6169204 Source:4951014 25th March 1882
1914
dates Age 32 Source:9380379 25th September 1914
1914
enlistment Quebec City, Quebec Canada Source:4951014 25th September 1914
1918
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Source:9380409 27th June 1918
1918
death Killed in Action Nursing Sister Dussault drowned when the Hospital Ship Llandovery Castle was torpedoed 27 June 1918. Source:7103021 Source:6169200 27th June 1918
burial Halifax Memorial CWGC Cemetery/Memorial Nova Scotia Canada Source:7103021
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Source:8994679
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Source:8994679
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Source:8994679
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Source:8994679
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Source:8994679
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Source:8994679
service Canadian Expeditionary Force Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Source:8994679

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names Alexina
Initials A
Last Name Dussault
Source 6169202
First Names Alexina
Initials A
Last Name Dussault
Source 6169202
Gender
GenderSource
Female
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSubRankSource
Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Army Medical Corps Nursing Sister
Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Army Medical Corps Nursing Sister
Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Army Medical Corps Nursing Sister
Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Army Medical Corps Nursing Sister
Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Army Medical Corps Hampton Hill Nursing Sister
Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Army Medical Corps Nursing Sister
Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Army Medical Corps Nursing Sister
Canadian Expeditionary Force Canadian Army Medical Corps Nursing Sister
Family
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Napoleon Dussault father
Octavia L. Dussault mother
Religion
DateReligionSource
1914-09-25 Roman Catholic

Media

Communities

Communities

Evidence

Evidence

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Official Records

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Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) Casualty Records Imperial1
Canadian Expeditonary Force attestations 1914-1918 Transcription Imperial1
Medal Index Cards Transcription Imperial1
Medal Index Card

External Evidence

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British Journal of Nursing Kristen1288
Alexina Dussault Jonathan101862
Canadian Virtual War Memorial Jonathan101862
Commonwealth War Graves Commission record Imperial1
Blog post about Nursing Sister Dussault Imperial1
Clarence House Convalescent Hospital Priory Lane, Roehampton SW15 Jonathan101862
Alexina Dussault Jonathan101862
Alexina Dussault Jonathan101862
Blogspot on Canadian Nursing Sisters in WWI Lizbet72994
PDF of service record package Janet2378

Multimedia

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Portrait photograph of A Dussault Imperial1
HMHS Llandovery Castle Peter34996
Poster relating to the ship on which she served Charlotte33
"Women of the Empire" Memorial in York Minster Yvonne27542
Detail from "Women of the Empire" Memorial Yvonne27542
Nurses memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum James201
Canada, CEF War Graves Register, 1914 - 1919 Jonathan101862

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