Dalyell, Elsie Jean

ID:2736

Type 10: Person

University connections
USyd
Family name
Dalyell
Given name(s)
Elsie Jean
Initials
E.J.
Gender
Female
OCRd book entry or other narrative
O.B.E., M.B., Ch.M. : Medical Officer, R.A.M.C., Serbia, France, Malta, Salonika and Turkey. Enlisting in London in January, 1915, served as M.O. 6th Reserve Hospital, Uskub, with Serbian Relief Unit. From March to October, 1916, was M.O. Hopital Auxiliaire, 301, Asnieres-sur-Oise; then attached to R.A.M.C. till July, 1919, as Bacteriologist 63rd General Hospital, Malta and Salonika, and later to 82nd at Constantinople. Demobilised in London, returning to Australia in 1923. Early education at Sydney Girls' High School.
USyd residential college
The Women's College
Survived
Survived
Naming note
Also spelled Dalzell
Parental occupation
Engineer
ADB Entry ID
5875
Basic Information needed
No
Flag BoR OCR text
Yes
BOR Archives File
Yes
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EXTRACTS FROM A SERBIAN LETTER BY DR.pdf [63kB]
Transcription of Letter November 1915
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Group photo of hospital staff with Dr Dalyell in front. Undated.Thought to be Skopje 1915
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Marked on reverse, 'Drs Maitland, Smith and Deyell'
 
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