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BOLSOVER METHODIST WAR MEMORIAL

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There is a small plaque in Bolsover Methodist Church, Hill Top, Bolsover commemorating a lady from the Voluntary Aid Detachment (V.A.D.).

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Photograph Copyright © David Bevis 2016

TO THE GLORY OF GOD
AND IN LOVING MEMORY OF
NURSE MARGARET ELIZABETH BRAMFITT VAD
WHO DIED AT LICHFIELD MILITARY HOSPITAL
9TH DECR 1918 AGED 35 YEARS
A DEVOTED CHRISTIAN WORKER IN CHURCH
AND SUNDAY SCHOOL

BRAMFITT

Margaret Elizabeth
Nurse, Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD). Died 9 December 1918 in Lichfield Military Hospital, Aged 35. Daughter of George Bramfitt (Colliery Deputy) who died 1917. Her family home was at Lumley House, The Villas, Bolsover. In the 1911 census she was aged 27, unmarried, born Houghton, Durham, resident with her parents, Geoprge and Isabella, at 14 Hill Top, Bolsover, Derbyshire. In the 1901 census she was aged 17, daughter of George and Isabella Bramfitt, born Durham, resident 5, Bowlby Street, Houghton Le Spring, Durham; her father was empployed as a Colliery Deputy Overman (Below Ground). IN the 1891 census she was aged 7, a scholar, daughter of George and Isabella, born Houghton Le Spring, resident Mautland Street, Houghton Le Spring, Durham; her father was a coal miner. See also Bolsover & Hillstown

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