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Watt, Margaret Mary


Registration number1087
First name(s)Margaret Mary

Ham Park Infirmary, Worthing; 6 Cadogan Terrace, Wolverhampton

Date of registration2 May 1890

Certificate Grimsby Hospital 1885-86; Sussex County Hospital 1886-89



Personal details

Date of birth9 April 1866
Place of birthElgin, Forres Moray, Scotland
Maiden nameWatt
Family details

Daughter of James Watt and his wife, Isabella, nee Wilson

Additional personal details

1898 living at 72 Lower Villiers St. Blackenhall, Wolverhampton; 1901 boarding at 102 Shaw Road, Wolverhampton; 1909 at 161 Whitehall Rd, Gateshead-on-Tyne

Professional details

Work experience

Pro Grimsby Hospital 1885-86; Staff Nurse Sussex County Hospital Brighton 1886-89; Wolverhampton Inst, (Priv & Dist Nurse) 1889-1909; Queen's Nurse 1893

Professional activities


Additional professional details

Liverpool Mercury Jan 3rd 1893 - Queen Victoria's Jubilee Institute for Nurses. Her Majesty the Queen approved Margaret being entered on the roll of " Queen's Nurses" for nursing the sick poor in their homes.


Nursing Directory for 1909 and Register of Nurses (RBNA 4/1) - Royal British Nurses' Association Records, King's College London Archives Nursing Directory 1898 - Society of Genealogists' Library 1901 and 1911 census

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