CEF Soldier Detail

Nursing Sister Lulu Annie Charlton

Regimental Number:
NA
Survived War:
Yes
Force:
Army
Regiment:
Canadian Army Medical Corps
Battalion:
Canadian Army Medical Corps
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Place of Birth:
Country:
Not Specified
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Marital Status:
Not Specified
Prior Military Experience:
Not Specified
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Religion:
Unknown
Enlisted or Conscripted:
Not Specified
Saw service in:
Unknown    
Cause of Death:
Survived
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Prisoner of war:
Not Specified
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Gender:
Female
Ethnic Origin:
Not Specified
LAC Reference: RG 150, Accession 1992-93/166, Box 1Box 1646-5
Research Notes

The attestation for Miss Charlton has not yet been put online  (October 2013).

Rank Regiment Unit Company
Nursing Sister Canadian Army Medical Corps Canadian Army Medical Corps
Images
Miss Lulu Charlton, Toronto Star -09 August 1916,

A photo (see attached image) of Miss Lulu Charlton appeared in the Toronto Star on the front page issue of Wednesday August 9th, 1916.  It was captioned as follows (there appears to be a typo with her middle initial):

MISS LULU H. CHARLTON DECORATED.

Three Canadian nurses, whose work in the field has won the Royal Red Cross, are shown here leaving Buckingham Palace, London, after the receipt of the decoration.  They are Nurse Andrews, Nurse Lulu H. Charlton, a graduate of the Western Hospital, Toronto, and Nurse Holmes.

Awards and Decorations
Royal Red Cross