Sister Eva Isabel MacDONALD ARRC, 1879 – 1968

Connection with the Hunter region

Sister MacDonald’s name appears on the honour roll of West Maitland Presbyterian Church so at some point before the War she would have been a member of the congregation.  She was born at Southgate on the Clarence River. At the time of enlistment her address was Sydney and that of her next-of-kin was in Waverley.   Gary Mitchell alerted me to this nurse during his research on honour rolls – see Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners Advocate, 11 March 1920.

Service – Australian  Army Nursing Service (AANS)

Service location – Egypt , France and hospital ships

Medals, awards and mentions – 1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal

More details and references

Enlisted – 20 July 1915

Embarked – at Sydney on the Orontes, 31 July 1915

Returned to Australia – on the Ceramic, 3 October 1919

Parents / where born – Alexander Warren and Sussanah Jane MacDonald, born Southgate on the Clarence River, birth registered at Grafton


Service record National Archives of Australia B2445 MACDONALDEI

Nominal roll of the AIF – AWM 133-32-0081

Embarkation roll of the AIF – Nurses (July 1915 – November 1918)

Newcastle Morning Herald, 11 March 1920


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1 thought on “Sister Eva Isabel MacDONALD ARRC, 1879 – 1968

  1. Pingback: Another nurse to add to the list … | Great War Nurses from the Hunter

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