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. The sub-title to her biography (Edith Cavell, by A. E. Clark - Kennedy. Faber & Faber, 30s) sums her up more accurately, as "Pioneer and Patriot." Born 100 years ago, the daughter of a country rector, Edith Cavell had a post as a governess in Belgium
July 29, 1965 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
LINK WITH NURSE EDITH CAVELL

LINK WITH NURSE EDITH CAVELL

LINK WITH NURSE EDITH CAVELL Miss Millicent Sheehan, one of the nursing sister* in the guard of honour which received the body of Nurse Edith Cavell on its arrival at Dover in 1919, retires to-day from her post as matron of King George V Hospital, Godalming
September 30, 1957 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
Edith Cavell centenary One hundred years ago to-day in a Norfolk vicarage Edith Cavell was born. Fifty years later she

Edith Cavell centenary One hundred years ago to-day in a Norfolk vicarage Edith Cavell was born. Fifty years later she

Edith Cavell centenary One hundred years ago to-day in a Norfolk vicarage Edith Cavell was born. Fifty years later she died facing a German firing squad in Brussels. She was one of England's war-time heroines. She was shot for helping English and French
December 4, 1965 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
NINTH TRIP

NINTH TRIP

of office to the president, who, that year, was the matron of the Edith Cavell hospital in Belgium. "Ws haws a uphill link with that hospital," Miss cordon explained. "Nurse Edith Cavell was our war correspondent there during the First World War. In fact
January 21, 1960 - Belfast Telegraph - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
As the country gets ever richer the mutterings of discontent grow – Jane and Anthony Modern Ireland:

As the country gets ever richer the mutterings of discontent grow – Jane and Anthony Modern Ireland:

anyone." These were the last words of Edith Cavell, spoken just before her execution by firing squad in 1915. for helping to smuggle wounded British and French soldiers out of occupied Belgium. _ . I read Edith Cavell's words as I passed by. for the first
January 5, 1997 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
EDITH CAVELL

EDITH CAVELL

Sir—l writing a hie Edith Cavcll. and believe that she helped a number soldiers from Irish regiments. I would very much like to hear Irom anv soldier whom she sheltered, from the relatives of any soldier she helped. Ml Icr.eis will acknowledged
September 23, 1965 - Irish Times - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
SUNDAY

SUNDAY

weather for farmers. I.so—lnterval. 2.0 Ten Classic Dishes. 2.29 News Headlines. 2.30 —Day Time. 3.5 Film Matinee: Nurse Edith Cavell. 4.40 Hobbyhorse. s.s—Going for a Song. s.3o—Dombey and Son. s.ss—Ken Dodd & the Diddymen. 6.s—News, Weatherman. 6.15 Malcolm
November 7, 1969 - Drogheda Argus and Leinster Journal - Drogheda, Louth, Republic of Ireland
 
MARRIAGES

MARRIAGES

Parieh Church, hv the Rev. B. W. V. H*stie, 8.A.. William Christie, only son Mr. and Mrs. James Irwin, Hanno. Co. Down, Edith Cavell, third daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth M Kee. 14. Rayennil) Gardens, Belfast, and the late James H. McKee. LANK—BARTON-July
July 11, 1950 - Northern Whig - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
CLUBS SCROD. it IS Shut from a bow. 6_, South American animal used in Peru as a beast of burden.

CLUBS SCROD. it IS Shut from a bow. 6_, South American animal used in Peru as a beast of burden.

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April 26, 1951 - Londonderry Sentinel - Londonderry, Londonderry, Northern Ireland
 
'NO HATRED'

'NO HATRED'

AT THE age of 42, Edith Cavell became the first matron of the Berkcndael Medical Institute in Brussels. During World War One she was left in sole charge of what became a Red Cross hospital for both German and Allied troops. With the help of
December 4, 1988 - Sunday Independent (Dublin) - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland