Nursing Sister Jessie Nelson King served with the Canadian Army Medical Corps during World War One. She is entitled to the British War Medal and Victory Medal.
She was born on June 8th, 1892 in North Vancouver, British Columbia
Height : 5′ 4″ Weight : 128 lbs. Religion : Anglican
She graduated from the provincial Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria British, Columbia in 1916.
She enlisted on April 28th, 1917 in Victoria, British Columbia
She sailed from Canada o May 30th, 1917 and disembarked in England on June 14th.
Posted with the 9th Canadian Stationary Hospital on June 21st, 1917.
She was posted with the 12th Canadian General Hospital on October 12th and transferred to the 1st Canadian General Hospital on November 8th, 1917.
She was hospitalized at the 14th General Hospital in Wimereux for influenza on November 2nd, 1918.
hospitalized on March 5th, 1919 at the 14th Stationary Hospital (Dangerously ill, condition desparate)
On March 30th she was still dangerously ill (condition unchanged)
She died on April 4th, 1919 at the 14th Stationary Hospital in Boulogne at the age of 26 (cerebro spinal meningitis). She is buried in the British cemetery in Terlincthun, France XIV. A. 2.
Medals (British War Medal, Victory Medal), Memorial Plaque and Scroll and the Memorial Cross were sent to her mother Clara Amy King at 1246 Balmoral Road Victoria, British Columbia
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Picture of her gravestone