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A. Edith Flood

Rank: Nurse
Street: 342 West 58th Street
Town/Village: New York City, New York
Civil Parish:
Catholic Parish:
Country: U.S.A.
Alternative Address: Co. Longford
Census 1901: Unknown
Census 1911: Unknown
Regiment/Unit: U.S. Army
Regiment Number: Unknown
Date of Death:
Cause: Survived WW1

Edith was born in Co. Longford c. 13 February 1890, later emigrating to New York City. 

She was called into active service as a nurse on the 5 June 1918, initially being posted to General Hospital No. 17 in Markleton Pennsylvania*, before being deployed overseas on the 10 November 1918 where she served initially at to Base Hospital 114 to April 1919 before transferring to BH21 and then returning back to the US. 

Edith was formally discharged shortly before Christmas 1919. 

Parents Names: Unknown
Notes: *This was formerly the Markleton Sanitorium, and was taken over by the US Government in January 1918 particularly for the treatment of tuberculosis (TB).

Possible Civil Record of Birth; link to Fold 3 US Army Nurse Card entry (paid subscription site); 

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