Matron Agnes Brooks (civilian) served with the British Medical Service during WW1. She is entitled to the Royal Red Cross 1st class, the British War Medal. She also received a silver badge from the Vice-Chairman of the King Edward VII Hospital Silver.
1906: She began her training at the Old Infirmary, she finished in 1909. She received her certification and her nurse’s registration number is 14764.
1910 : She became Sister
She worked for the British Red Cross and the Order of Saint-John of Jerusalem
November 25th 1914 : She arrived in France and organised the X-ray department for the 2nd British Red Cross Hospital in Rouen
1915 : She was promoted Matron at the King Edward VII Hospital
February 16th, 1920: She awarded her Royal Red Cross on that day and her investiture ceremony on March 3rd, 1921
May 18th, 1923 : She registered herself for the first time on the State Register of Nurses.
September : She retired from her job at the King Edward VII Hospital
1928 : Her address was 19 Trinity Place, Windsor
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Matron Agnes Brooks WW1 medal and badge