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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Nursing, history and (future) travels

From: Stu Young c/o Facebook, Royal College of Nursing Students, 3:28pm Jul 19

Dear All,

Please look up the "Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal" page on facebook it has moved to a new page, please support this cause for a nurse often forgotten by history.

Mary Seacole Memorial Statue Appeal

Mary Seacole born in Jamaica in 1805, died in London 14th May 1881: Jamaican / Scottish nurse, doctres.


PJ: The other week I took my mother and aunt to Tywyn, Wales to trace family history and meet some friends. On the way back we stopped in Bala. I had heard of another nurse and a bookshop reminded me: Elizabeth Cadwaladr - with a movement for another memorial.

The lady in the shop explained the way to Betsy Cadwaladyr's home. That's a walk for the next trip.

UK Centre for the History of Nursing and Midwifery

RCN: History of Nursing Society community

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