Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve/Staffordshire Badge and Medal Group
A nice group of badges and Military nursing items to one nurse, collectively mounted in a box frame. They chart the nursing career of Henrietta Boulton, born in Grimsby on 19/10/1910.They include her silver badge for SRN training at Staffordshire General Hospital from 1934-37.She then went on to complete her RFN Training at Rush Green Hospital Essex from1938-39.Her next training was for her CMB at Salisbury and Northampton from 1939-41.She then appears to have joined the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve and served from 1942 to 1946. Her silver tippet medal ,rank pip and War and Defence medal are included ,including her members badge for the Queen Alexandra Royal Army Nursing Corps Association. A Royal College of Nursing members dress badge is also included.
After the war she is shown as serving at Lord Mayor Treloar ,Lincoln County,and St Olaves Hospitals,often as Home Sister until her retirement in 1970.She died in Cromer in 1994.An Interesting group well framed in a solid glazed frame measuring 68cm by 45cm.Please Note-The price has been adjusted to include the postage on this heavy item.