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Anna Teresa Young
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Anna Teresa Young Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps October 6, 1886 Dartmouth, NS April 3, 1916 Halifax, NS Yarmouth, NS 29 5 feet, 2 inches Single Roman Catholic Nurse Rev. William Ernest Young (Brother) Yarmouth, NS August 9, 1919 (General Demobilization) April 4, 1961 Anna Young was the daughter of Joseph William Young and Clara Marion (Halls) Young of Halifax, NS and brother of Rev William Young of Yarmouth, NS. At enlistment, Nursing Sister Young served in Canada with No. 9 Stationary Hospital at Halifax. She embarked Canada at Halifax on June 19, 1916 and disembarked at Liverpool in the United Kingdom on June 29, 1916. She served in England and France with the No. 9 Canadian Stationary Hospital, Duchess of Connaughts Canadian Red Cross Hospital, Taplow, No. 12 Canadian General Hospital, No. 7 Canadian General Hospital, No. 8 Canadian General Hospital CAMC Casualty Company, No. 11 Canadian General Hospital, and Granville Canadian Special Hospital, Buxton. She returned to Canada on the SS Orduna, sailing on July 31, 1919. On demobilization, Nursing Sister Young returned to Yarmouth, NS.
SS Orduna
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