Nellie Penman Wilkins - Nursing Sisiter WW1
 

Born Tillsonburg Feb 20, 1886
NOK Father William & Helen J. Wilkins
Belongs to CAMC
Enlisted   Feb 25th 1916

Declared fit for overseas in Toronto Dec 9, 1916
She was 30 years old
5’ 7 3/4 “  140lb  chest 33 ½   Hazel  [same weight and height unpin discharge.
During service had one tooth filled an one extracted.
1916 Toronto Military Hospital [part of University?]  May
1917 England Jan 5th #16 Orpington  Feb 1 on the same ward as Marguerite

France  May

1918    France Jan.
            #3 Can….station close to in Oct. [maybe Boulogne]

Jul 11, 1919 Sailed
Jul 18 1919 Arrived
Jul 22  SOS CEF In Canada
Demobilized Aug 18, 1919
Certificate of Service
England& France with CAMC
#16 CGH Orpington
CAMC Depots Westenhanger
#3 CGH
#2 CCCS
#11 CGH

Casualty and Active Service

Unit: Reinforcements CAMC

1916
Feb 25 enlisted in Toronto
Dec 24 or 27th TOS on arrival at CAMC T.S. in London
1917
Jan 12  #16 Orpington
Apr 17 SOS to CAMC Depot Westernhanger  [CanadianConvalescent Hospital, Monk’s Horton, Westenhanger, Kent near Shorncliffe]

Apr 17 reinforcement to #3CGH  Boulogne
Nov 11  granted 14 days leave
Nov 29 rejoined unit

1918
May 29th Hospital bomb some sisters died no mention of Nellie
Jul 6 Granted leave
Jul 8 rejoined   No mention of Nellie in reports including full list of NS on Jul 31
Sept 26 SOS #3CGH 
Sep 27 TOS reposting #2 CCCS Remy
Oct 10 #2 CCCS was evacuated from Remy to Mouveaux
Oct 26 SOS reposting  #3CGH  
Oct 28 TOS #3CGH On re for king
Dec 12 leave to UK

1919
Jan 23 return from UK
Apr 1 proceeded to England CAMA Cas Coy 
Apr 2 1919 attached from #11 CGH Shorncliffe to CAMC R & T  Depot
Apr 15 SOS #11 CGH at Shorncliffe proceeding to #16 Orpington
Apr 16 attached to #16 Orpington
Apr 30 TOS
Jul 11 sailed to Canada on the Cedric
Pay Records
Sent $40 home to her father

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