Born April 1888.
Previously served at the Chicago Medical Unit, No. 23 General Hospital, France - 13 months.
CANADIAN RED CROSS SPECIAL HOSPITAL, BUXTON, Derbyshire, England
War diaries for Buxton indicate that a Nursing Sister named G. Bayley was serving there. Further research is required to confirm if this is the same person as reported on this database entry.
For example, a Buxton hospital war diary entry for October 1916 is as follows: "Oct. 4th 1916. Nursing Sister Davies, E.A., Thom, S.A., Bayley G., Handley, A. E., and Weatherup, M.B.W. transferred to Bramshott Military Hospital."
It is worthwhile to check all the diary pages for the Canadian Red Cross Special Hospital, Buxton, to look for further information. The diary pages may be accessed at the following links:
War diaries - Canadian Red Cross Special Hospital, Buxton
War diaries - Canadian Red Cross Special Hospital, Buxton, 1917-1919