Euphemia Weir Huntley Scott

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Personal Information
Date of Birth c1877
Place of Birth St Kilda, Victoria
Death 18 Oct 1964 aged 86
Place of Death Moree, New South Wales
Age at Enlistment 38 years old
Description 5'6" (1.68m) tall, weight 110 lbs (49.9 kg); fair complexion, blue eyes, brown hair
Occupation Nurse
Religion Presbyterian
Address NOK: Armadale, Western Australia
Next of Kin Sister Elizabeth Rutherford Telford Scott
Military Information
Date of Enlistment 26 Apr 1915
Rank Sister
Unit/Formation 3rd Reinforcement to 1st Australian General Hospital
Date of Embarkation 16 Jun 1916 - 25 Jun 1915 Sydney
Ship Embarked On HMAT A63 Karoola
Date of Embarkation 25 Jun 1915 - 18 Jul 1915 Fremantle
Ship Embarked On HMAT A62 Wandilla
Date of Return 31 Jul 1918 - 28 Sep 1918
Ship Returned On HMT Malta
Fate Returned to Australia (medical)
Monument Armadale and Districts Roll of Honour
Medals 1914-15 Star
British War Medal
Victory Medal


Pre War

Electoral Roll entries - 1903 nurse at Prince Alfred Hospital, Camperdown, NSW; 1913 nurse at Kildonan, NSW.

1914 & 1915 Post Office Directory lists her sister Mrs Elizabeth Rutherford T Scott, nurse, Armadale.

War Service

Enlisted in Sydney - a variety of dates in her records. Most likely embarkation was on 16 June 1915 from Melbourne on the HMAT A63 Karoola. She was initially used to nurse wounded on their return to Australia via HMAT A14 Euripides (Oct 1915) and HMAT A8 Argyllshire (Mar 1916).

Left Alexandria for Marseilles in France on HMHS Salta, arriving 6 Apr 1916. Taken on strength by the 1st Australian General Hospital (1AGH), but also detached to No 6 Stationary Hospital in Le Havre for a time.

Promoted to Sister on 3 Apr 1917 at 1st Australian General Hospital. In Apr and May 1918 spent a period in hospital in France, before being invalided to the UK on 18 Jun 1918 with severe Bronchitis.

Returned to Australia with Pulmonary Tuberculosis and following treatment, her appointment was terminated 13 Feb 1919 in the 2nd Military District (NSW).

Post War

Electoral Roll entries - in 1923 until 1927 or later, she was working at the Randwick Military Hospital; 1930-1937 Prince of Wales Hospital Randwick, NSW. The Commonwealth Super Board requested information concerning her war service on 31 Aug 1964.

Notes

Death (NSW BDMs 33803/1964)


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