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Estelle Barnett

Basic Information

Unique reference:
BAR6315
Gender:
Female

Places

Addresses

36 Quex Road Kilburn (1918)

Other Organisations

Name:
Red Cross
Date:
01 September 1918
Significance:
Worked as a VAD
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It would appear that Mrs Estelle Barnett is the same lady as the Mrs Estelle Mendoza Barnett who was born about 1858 and died on the 15th April 1954. She appears on the 1901 census living alone at 35 The Parade, Cricklewood. The same Mrs Estelle Mendoza Barnett is buried at Willesden Jewish Cemetery Grave reference MX 10 Plot 62.

Family

Spouse

Barnett (male)

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Occupation:
Volunteer Worker
What was the impact of this:
Estelle worked first in the Hampstead War Hospital, Finchley Road and then later at Tudor House Military Hospital in the Linen Room. She worked Part time for 385 hours

Other Occupations

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