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Bayliss, Eliza

Biographical

Registration number67
SurnameBayliss
First name(s)Eliza
Address(es)

Victorian Terrace, Long Causeway, Coventry Road, Yardley, Birmingham

Date of registration7 March 1890
Qualifications

General Hospital Birmingham, 1871 - 72
Certificate, Queen Charlotte's Hospital in 1873
N. Staff. N.I. 1873 - 76
Monthly Nurse Longton Cott. Hospital, 1877 - 78
Private Nurse, 1878-88
N. I. Cambridge,1888-90

Remarks

Deceased, November 30th 1893

Personal details

Date of birthJune 1846
Place of birthAshton Sutton Colfield
Family details

Fathers name: John
Mothers name: Emma

Date of death30th November 1893

Professional details

Work experience

Private nursing Birmingham and Cambridge, 1878 - 89

Additional professional details

Page 198 B.N.A.
Exec. Committee Meetings Minute Book
13th March 1891
Meeting of the Benevolent Schemes Committee
The application of Eliza Bayliss, now a patient in the Jaffray Hospital Birmingham for temporary help was considered. Proposed by Dr. Gaye Brown seconded by Miss Wood that her medical attendant, Dr. Malins be consulted as to the best means of convalescing her, informing him at the same time of the New Home of rest for nurses to be opened shortly at Brighton

April 3rd. 1891, A grant of 10/- a week was voted to Eliza Bayliss for four weeks, and also the expenses of her journey to and from the Home of rest at Brighton and of her residence there for a period of six weeks

Sources

Register of Trained Nurses 1892, Register of Nurses (RBNA 4/1), Minutes of the Executive Committee (RBNA 3/1) - Royal British Nurses' Association Records, King's College London Archives

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