Women of Hamilton’s WW1

The names below are the women with links to Hamilton who served in some way during WW1. Some were born in Hamilton, while others worked or trained there. The names were taken from the Hamilton Hospital Honour Board, the Hamilton Spectator (1914-1918) and those found at the resources listed at the bottom of this page.  All survived their service and returned to Australia. Click on the underlined names to read more.

ALLEN, Caroline Mary

BECKER, Caroline Louise

CAMERON, Edith Clare

CAMERON, Jessie Ann

CARTER, Edith

CHAMBERS, Frances Ellen

DAVIES, Evelyn

DAVISON, Daisy Mary Jane

DELAHENTY, Margaret

DILNOT, Emily

DOBSON, Vera Constance

DONNES, Alice

DOYLE, Helen Grace

GREWAR, Gertrude Agnes

HARRIS, Fanny May

HUGHES, Catherine Josephine

KAIGHIN, Beryl Magnay

KENNEDY, Josephine Millicent

LAIDLAW, Annie Ina

LORD, Bernice Ella

McRAE, Annie Fry

McRAE, Kate Evelyn

McMAHON, Nellie

McINTYRE, Edith Clare

McINTYRE, Eleanor Jessie

McKENZIE, Rose Ann

MALCOLM, Edith Eileen

MALCOLM, Stella Agnes Blyth

MALSTER, Lilian Martha

MAWSON, Harriet Godden

MOCKRIDGE, Ida May

MONAGHAN, Evelyn Rose

NICHOLSON, E

O’RORKE, Margaret Alice

PECK, Caroline Marjorie

RICHARDS, Ina

RIDDOCH, Maggie Valetta

ROUNTREE, Evangeline Amelia

SEARL, Alice

SCOTT, Norma Norham

STEWART, Lyla

STOCK, Margarette Anne  

TORBET, Helen Sutherland

WADDELL, Ethel May

WALPOLE, Frances Grace

WATSON, Eileen Marriot

WITHINGTON, Elise

 

SOURCES

Australian Electoral Rolls (1903-1980)

Australian Nurses in WW1

Australian War Memorial

Discovering Anzacs

Newspapers available at Trove Australia

The AIF Project