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Dame Beatrice Hilda Lever

Born:
1894
Died:
24 Iyyar 5677 (16 May 1917)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
LEV2092
Other surname:
Falk Levy
Gender:
Female

Birth

Date of birth:
1894
Place of birth:
Salford, England

Death

Date of death:
24 Iyyar 5677 (16 May 1917)
Cause of death:
Died from sepsis after caring for wounded soldiers 1917
Burial place:
Hoop Lane Jewish Cemetery, Golders Green Row 20 Grave 9

Places

Addresses

23 Palace Gdns, Kensington (1881)
Where they were staying when the census was taken:
Burlington Hotel, Bournemouth (1901)
20 Hans Crescent, Chelsea (1917)
Barrow Green Court, Oxted
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Lady Lever died on 28 May 1917 of septic poisoning contracted from nursing the wounded in Hampstead General Hospital. She is commemorated in a window in York Minster.

Family

Spouse

Children

Sir Tresham Lever (male)

Siblings

Alexander Falk (male)
Florence B Falk (female)
Arthur Falk (male)
Frederick Falk (male)
Ethel A Falk (female)

Parents

Father: Philip Falk (male)
Mother: Sarah Falk (female)

Homefront

Occupation:
Nurse
What was the impact of this:
Lady Lever died on 28 May 1917 of septic poisoning contracted from nursing the wounded in Hampstead General Hospital. She is commemorated in a window in York Minster.

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