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Dorothy Wyndlow Pattison, better known as Sister Dora (16 January - 24 December ), was a 19th-century Anglican nun and a nurse in Walsall. 29 Apr Pride of place in the town centre is a statue of a nurse, Sister Dora. She was born Dorothy Pattison, a clergyman's daughter at Hauxwell in. 18 Jan HEROIC nurse and Anglican nun Sister Dora is often known as Walsall’s answer to Florence Nightingale in her compassionate care for townsfolk. In the autumn of , she joined the Sisterhood of the Good Samaritans at Coatham, Middlesbrough and was soon posted to Walsall’s tiny.
Her sister Frances joined the order, and one year later, in September so did Dorothy. She took the name Sister Dora. The sisters' duties included nursing. 6 Dec Several people have helped to illustrate this review: our own contributing photographer John Salmon took the picture of the church; Derek at. 12 May Memorial to Sister Dora (Dorothy Pattison, ) by Francis John Williamson (), with a close-up of the figure, shown in her.
This simple cross is made of an early form of plastic. It was carried by nursing pioneer Dorothy Wyndlow Pattison, "Sister Dora", in Walsall. Sister Dora was an. SISTER DORA OF WALSALL. Following the outbreak of the Crimean War in , Florence Nightingale, then working in London, volunteered to take a group of. 25 Jun The portrait of Sister Dora by W. Munns that hung in the committee room of the Cottage Hospital. By all accounts, Monday 11th October in. DOROTHY PATTISON, better known in the Black Country as Sister Dora. Sister Dora is depicted wearing a full-skirted Victorian nursing uniform, with apron, head scarf, surgical scissors hang at her waist and she holds a bandage in.
Dorothy Wyndlow Pattison. ("Sister Dora.") From a photograph by F; Statue Erected to Sister Dora at Walsall. From Jennie Chappell, Four Noble Women. Sister. 7 Jun Walsall Campus, Gorway Road, Walsall, West Midlands WS1 3BD. [email protected] · solidonorte.com Guide Last Updated. Little Woolstone: Sister Dora. 'Sister Dora' - Dorothy Wyndlow Pattison Redcar, and being known as 'Sister Dora' in undertook hospital work at Walsall. 16 Oct Dorothy Wyndlow Pattison, better known as Sister Dora, was born at Hauxwell rectory near Richmond in and it is in the adjoining parish.
Nurs Mirror. Jun 23;(25) Sister Dora of Walsall (Dorothy Pattison). Watkin B. PMID: ; [Indexed for MEDLINE]. Publication Types: Biography. Sister Dora, as she was by then known, had joined the Christ Church Sisterhood, and was sent to work at Walsall's first tiny hospital in Bridge Street, later at the. 7 Sep She dedicated her life to caring for dozens of patients and was ever present in times of tragedy, now a statue of Sister Dora has been given a. Name. Present name. General (Sister Dora) Hospital. Previous name(s). Walsall Cottage Hospital ( - ) Walsall and District Hospital ( - ).