George's second stay in Netley Hospital.

                                  George is here with his son George.

"Through kindness of three ladies shown here, four patients enjoy a day from Hospital. Picnic party near Winchester. Ladies are: Sister McEwan, Doctor Conlyn & Miss Kellaway.

                                                       Nursing staff

Sister M.E. McEwan Q.A.I.M.N.S. Sister in charge of Surgical Division April                                                                    1940.

                                 Sister Audric Military Nursing Reserve.

                                        Sister Carpenter  April 1940.

                     Sister Hale Nursing Reserve the night sister May 1940.

Sapper Evans who later lost right leg, Nurse Shrubb, Sister Crawford to Egypt October 1939, Pte. Hickman and Sapper Turner who later had a major                                                                     operation.

                 "V.A.D. (Voluntary Aid Detachments) Nurses R.V. Hospital.

These nurses deserve much praise for the unselfish way they carry out their                                                           hard duties"

                                     Nurse Marshall the Night Nurse.

                                      Nurse Perry in charge of my ward.

                                                   Nurse Beale.

                                                   Nurse Brown.

                            Nurse Hodge employed in Operating Theatre.

                          Sister Audrie and Nurse Low with P.S.M. House.

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