Click here to see the Red Cross site which has details of the First World War volunteers. Put in a name or just the hospital where you think your person was working. More details are being added every day.

http://www.redcross.org.uk/en/About-us/Who-we-are/History-and-origin/First-World-War

The Red Cross Hospital Huts at the back of the main building
This walkway was named "Piccadilly"
Electrical dept.
Whirlpool baths
Massage treatment

Cigarette case engraved inside with the following:

             W.Cornell British Red Cross Hospital Netley 1914-18

Yorkshire Post 18th November 1914
Grantham Journal 12th December 1914
The Sydney Morning Herald 21st January 1915
The Baptist Times and Freeman March 26th 1915 Netley Hospital Heritage group archive
From Sue Light
Thornycroft's B.F.F.C. on the football field where they play today
orderlies
Grantham Journal 4th August 1917
F.White, T. Meaden, A. Seeley and R.Carr. Bath Chronicle 15th September 1917

from The Netley British Red Cross Magazine June 1918

Hut 41
Sister Harvey. From Netley Hospital Heritage Group archive
Dr Suzuki and his team of nurses and medical staff worked at the hospital during 1915
Aberdeen Journal 23rd January 1915
The Boston Globe July 30th 1915

left to right: Pte. Dearoches - French Canadian: Sister Okino Kotaki - Japanese: Cpl. Thompson - Canada: Lce. Cpl. Breeze - British: Pte. Aladorf - Mexican: Sgt. Holbrook - British: Pte. Rogan - Canada: In spinal chair, Pte. Ellick - Serbian: Sitting, Sister Toma Murata - Japanese: Sgt. Crowe - South Africa: Pte. Krisko - Russian: Petty Officer Sharp - British.

The Daily Mirror September 1st 1915 Pte. Riley D.C.M.
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