Nursing Sister Jenna Aloysius McNulty

Nursing Sister Jenna Aloysius McNulty served in the Canadian Army Medical Corps during WW1. She is entitled to the 1914-15 Star, the British War Medal and the Victory Medal.

She was born on November 4th, 1881 in Guelph, Ontario                 Trade : nurse

Religion : Roman Catholic                Status : single                         Height : 5′ 10″

Eyes : brown                                       Hair : hazel                             Weight : 165 lbs.

Name of her mother : M Byrne          Address : Aberfoyle, Ontario

1901 Canadian Census taken in Puslinch, Wellington (South), Ontario

Father: Michel born February 20 1835          Mother: Brigit born August 18 1845

Brother: John born February 26 1875                        Sister: Annie born September 9 1878

Servant: William Summerworth born August 10 1884

1903: According to the 1910 Census she immigrated to the United States during that year

From 1907 to 1912 she is listed in the Providence, Rhode Island City Directory

She enlisted in Ottawa, Canada on April 14th but she signed her papers on May 12th, 1915 in London, England (34 Victoria Street in London, England).

Sailed from Canada on May 1st. There is no note to that effect in her file but she was part of  the same contingent as Mary Catherine English and Florence Adelaïde Leamy who sailed on that date according to their file.

She received her two inoculations for typhoid fever on the 16th and the 26th of April.

May 20th : Posted at the 5th Canadian General Hospital (Rouen). Transferred for general duty from the 5th to the 18th of November 1915.

April 18th, 1916 : 10 days permission

May 2nd : Posted at the Canadian Red Cross Hospital (Buxton) until July 18th.

July 21st : Sailed from South Hampton, England onboard H.S. Oxforshire. Arrived at Said port. Embarked at Alexandria and disembarked at Salonika on August 4th. Posted with the 4th Canadian General Hospital.

October 9th : She was hospitalised (enteritis) at the 4th Canadian General Hospital. Discharged on the 30th

May 5th, 1917 : Sent to the 5th Canadian General Hospital

August 16th : Embarked for England with the hospital

May 3rd : Transferred to the 4th Canadian General Hospital (Basingstoke)

July 31st : She entered the Home of Nursing sister (anaemia) back on duty on August 15th.

November 3rd : She was transferred to the 16th Canadian General Hospital (Orpington)

She was on permission from August 29th to September 12th, 1918

June 19th, 1919 : She was transferred to the 15th Canadian General Hospital (Taplow).

She sailed from Liverpool, England on July 3rd on board the ship SS Celtic, arrived in Halifax on July 11th.

July 14th : She was employed with Army Nursing Service in Ottawa until July 31st.

November 3rd: She was demobilised

1920 United States: She is listed as living in Grenville, South Carolina and working in hospital

1930 United States: She is listed as living in Manhattan, New York and working in hospital

September 21st, 1931 : Her replacement of British War Medal and Victory medal were sent to her on payment

If you know additional information on this lady, please leave me a comment so I can add the information to her small biography

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