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Walker, Maud Margaret

Biographical

Registration number981
SurnameWalker
First name(s)Maud Margaret
Address(es)

The Metropolitan Hospital, Kingsland Road, E8

Date of registration2 May 1890
Qualifications

Certificate, Royal Infirmary, Dundee 1885-1888; St John's House and Doctors Hospital, 1883; St Mary's Hospital 1884-1885

Remarks

This nurse withdrew from membership and not registration, therefore this is erased in error, March 9th, 1894

Personal details

Date of birth1875
Place of birthChester, Cheshire
Family details

Census 1881 - Father (head of household) - John L Walker, Mother - Hannah, Listed as daughter aged 6 Maud and Daughter aged 1, May, Father's occupation: Master Baker employing four men, Address: 145 The Groves

Additional personal details

Census 1901- Hospital Sick Nurse, Address: St Anne's Home, Manchester Hospital for Consumption and Throat Diseases; Census 1891- Domestic Servant; Census 1881 - Father (head of household) - John L Walker, Mother - Hannah, Listed as daughter aged 6 Maud and Daughter aged 1, May, Father's occupation: Master Baker employing four men Address: 145 The Groves

Professional details

Work experience

1909 Roll of Members S. Australia (Cert) October 1903 to Oct 1906; The Nursing Record and Hospital World 1902, February 15, page 126 gives the following: MATRON. - Miss Maud. M. Walker has been appointed Matron, of the Woodlands Convalescent Home, Mawdon, Leeds. She holds the three years' certificate of the Royal Infirmary, Dundee, and after gaining it joined the staff of St. John's House, Norfolk Street, Strand, in connection with which she worked as District Nurse, and also as Staff Nurse, and Sister at the Metropolitan Hospital, Kingsland Road. After a year's district work in connection with the Queen Victoria Jubilee Institute, at the Nurses' Home, Lavender Hill, she for some years gave her services to the All Saints' Sisters at St. Elizabeth's Home, Mortimer Street, and the Boys' Orphanage at Lewisham. Miss Walker holds the Diploma of the London Obstetrical Society.

Sources

Register of Nurses (RBNA 4/1) - Royal British Nurses' Association Records, King's College London Archives

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