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Plaque to Mabel Jamieson and Marion Sinclair Brown who drowned on October 26 1915 when the British transport ship SS Marquette was torpedoed in the Aegean Sea.  Mabel and Marion were among 10 members of the New Zealand Army Service killed.  Private Clarence Perrin of Palmerston North also died and three Palmerston North bank clerks were among the Ambulance Corp rescued from the boat.  This plaque is in the Education Centre of the Palmerston North Hospital.  

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Plaque to the Marquette Nurses - Education Centre, Palmerston North Hospital
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Date
October 5, 2018

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

[Nurse & pigeon]
"Miss New York Visits Palmerston North Hospital"
"Proud Mother Admires Twin Girls"
[Nurse & Baby]
[Nurses Choir]
Memory Lane - "Ellen Dougherty: No.1"
"Christmas Cheer" Nurses at Palmerston North Hospital on Christmas Eve
"Killed in Action" - WWI pamphlet
"Demonstration at Nursing Class" Bed-Making
Aerial view of Palmerston North Public Hospital
Aerial View of Palmerston North Public Hospital
Theatre Suite, Palmerston North Public Hospital

Hanganga

Te kaihanga

Te manatārua

Pūnaha whakarōpū

Ngā tūtohu
marquette,
nurses,
palmerston north hospital,
world war 1,
Tūtohu Hapori

Tuku kōrero mai mō te whakararu

Ngā rauemi e whai pānga ana

[Nurse & pigeon]
"Miss New York Visits Palmerston North Hospital"
"Proud Mother Admires Twin Girls"
[Nurse & Baby]
[Nurses Choir]
Memory Lane - "Ellen Dougherty: No.1"
"Christmas Cheer" Nurses at Palmerston North Hospital on Christmas Eve
"Killed in Action" - WWI pamphlet
"Demonstration at Nursing Class" Bed-Making
Aerial view of Palmerston North Public Hospital
Aerial View of Palmerston North Public Hospital
Theatre Suite, Palmerston North Public Hospital