Tuesday, January 18, 2022

The Women Who Served In Rhode Island (1943-1945): Let's Say Their Names!

THE U.S. CADET NURSE CORPS AND THE WOMEN WHO SERVED IN RHODE ISLAND 1943-1945

John D. Tew

As we approach the third year of the world-wide COVID-19 pandemic, with its devastating impact on our medical system and the network of our healthcare workers, it is appropriate to look back at the last time we experienced such a healthcare crisis.  This article will examine how that last national crisis was handled and it will focus on those who responded in Rhode Island to do their part in what was a clear national healthcare emergency.

Beginning seventy-nine years ago, and lasting for just over five years, our nation called on a segment of its population (entirely women) to come to the aid of the country during a medical care crisis.  At that time it was not due to a deadly virus like COVID-19 or an influenza virus like the inappropriately named Spanish Flu of 1918-1919, but rather to a severe loss of medical personnel as the result of World War II.  After the entry of the U.S. into the war following the bombing of Pearl Harbor, doctors and nurses were swept up into service in the war effort in such numbers that most nurses were no longer available to serve the domestic medical needs of the country.  As a result, a call was put out to increase dramatically and quickly the number of nurses so that the medical needs of the country could be met while the home front worked to supply and support the military efforts overseas. 

Starting in 1943, and lasting until the end of 1948, about 179,000 women answered the nation's call and pledged to devote essential nursing services for the duration of WWII.  These women were mostly our young women between the ages of 17 and the mid-20s.  They stepped forward to join the newly enacted uniformed service known as the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps and they received training, financial assistance, and a small allowance in exchange for their open-ended pledge of service.  It is estimated that Cadet Nurses were soon providing 80% of the critically needed nursing care in civilian, government, and military hospitals during WWII and they have been credited with preventing a total collapse of the U.S. health care system as the war raged on.

But then–and for the last seven-plus decades–the members of the Cadet Nurse Corps never really received the recognition, appreciation, and honor that they surely earned and deserved.  In this respect, the cadets of the Cadet Nurse Corps were overlooked or forgotten in a way similar to the treatment of those men who served in the U.S. Merchant Marine and provided our military with critical materiel and supplies during WWII. It took several decades until the Merchant Marines were finally recognized by the Merchant Marine Decorations and Medals Act of 1988.[1] 

Recently two identical bills were introduced in the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives to rectify the long overdue lack of recognition of the service provided to the nation by the members of the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps. Sadly, at the close of 2021, on the cusp of final passage of some recognition for the Cadet Nurse Corps, the necessary amendment to the National Defense Appropriations Act (NDAA) legislation was removed by five Senators who refused to support the virtually no-cost honorary recognition of the Cadet Nurses.[2]  The bi-partisan “United States Cadet Nurse Corps Service Recognition Act of 2021” (S1220/H.R. 2568) would have recognized and honored the service of those who served in the Cadet Nurse Corps during World War II within the period of July 1, 1943 through December 31, 1948.  The proposed recognition would have been minimal, but very meaningful, with essentially no significant cost. Members of the Corps who honorably served between the relevant dates would merely receive the following:

·      A discharge from such service under honorable conditions issued by the Secretary of Defense designating the date of discharge as the date the individual terminated service in the Corps.

·      Individuals receiving such an honorable discharge “shall be honored as a veteran but shall not be entitled by reason of such service to any benefit under a law administered by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs, except . . . [that the service of such individuals} shall be considered active duty for purposes of eligibility and entitlement to headstones, markers . . . other than such benefits relating to interment or inurnment of the individual in Arlington National Cemetery solely by reason of such service.”

·       The Secretary of Defense “may design and produce a service medal, memorial plaque or gravemarker, or other commendation to honor individuals who receive a discharge [from service in the Cadet Nurse Corps].” 

While the men who served in the Merchant Marine during World War II received some limited recognition and appreciation from the nation 34 years ago, the young women who served in the Cadet Nurse Corps and are credited with preventing a total collapse of the U.S. health care system during the war, are still awaiting similar recognition and appreciation.  One must wonder why that disparity continues.  Many, if not most, of the young women who pledged their nursing services for the duration of the war are no longer with us; those that survive are now in their 90s.  They cannot wait much longer.  

This article will “say the names” of the young women who trained and served in the Cadet Nurse Corps in Rhode Island so they that will at least get some measure of recognition and appreciation for their service to the people of Rhode Island during the national crisis of World War II.  Some of the women named below did not complete training and graduate with R.N. certification, but it must be said that they nonetheless served and provided needed assistance during the time they were in the program!

And, as the remainder of this article will demonstrate, for genealogists there is a wealth of information in the documents amassed about the participants in the Cadet Nurse Corps.

The Training Hospitals In Rhode Island

The Cadet Nurse Corps program was established in July 1943 after President Roosevelt signed into law the Nurse Training Act, which became known as the “Bolton Act” after the principal proponent, Frances Payne Bolton, Congresswoman from Ohio. Those eligible for the program had to be women in good health and between the ages of 17 and 35, but most were probably from seventeen to their mid-twenties.  That was certainly the case in Rhode Island.  Candidates also had to be graduates of accredited high schools.  Because of the national emergency caused by World War II, the law required that the usual 36-month course of nurse training had to be compressed into 30 months.  During that time, women enrolled in the training program had to receive clinical experience in four basic areas: surgery, obstetrics, pediatrics, and medicine. From 1943 to 1948, a total of 179,294 enrolled in the Cadet Nurse program and of that number 124,065 completed the course of study and training required for graduation.[3]   Nationwide, hospitals and nursing schools provided the needed education and training. The program also allowed for post-graduate studies by nurses who had already completed basic nurse training. 

In Rhode Island, women enrolled in training programs at several hospitals.[4]  The cadet nurses in Rhode Island participated in training at the following hospitals as indicated in the table created for this article.

The Rhode Island Hospital School of Nursing – located in Providence, the original building for this hospital opened in 1868.  A training school for nurses was established at the hospital in 1882. The school was closed in June 1973 after 91 years of service.  Rhode Island Hospital is now the largest academic medical center in the region and has been affiliated with Brown University since 1959.

Newport Hospital – was chartered in 1873 and the hospital opened in Newport in November of that year.  Today the hospital partners with the Naval Station Newport to provide services to the military.

Roger Williams Hospital – was established as a homeopathic institution in 1878 and relocated to Chalkstone Avenue in Providence in 1925.  Shortly thereafter, a school of nursing was built there.  It is now known as the Roger Williams Medical Center and has been affiliated with Boston University School of Medicine since 1997.

St. Joseph’s Hospital – located on Peace Street in Providence was opened by the Catholic Diocese of Providence in April 1892 and grew to a 175-bed hospital.  It merged with Our Lady of Fatima Hospital in the early 1970s.

The Memorial Hospital – was originally funded by a $200,000 gift by William F. Sayles in 1894.  Located in Pawtucket, the first patients were seen in 1910.  The hospital expanded over the years to a 294-bed facility.  It merged with Care New England in 2013 and closed in 2018.

The Homeopathic Hospital of Rhode Island – should not be confused with the “Rhode Island Homeopathic Hospital,” which  was located at Morris and Hazard Avenues.  That hospital opened in 1884 and closed in 1900. The Homeopathic Hospital of Rhode Island was located in Providence on Jackson Street.  Groundbreaking for the hospital took place in 1922.

Charles V. Chapin Hospital – is the former Providence City Hospital that was named in honor of epidemiologist Charles Chapin in 1931 to recognize his substantial efforts to improve sanitary conditions in the city of Providence.  He died in 1941.  At least two nurses in the table below were Cadet Nurse Corps members doing postgraduate work at the C.V. Chapin Hospital.  With other hospitals opening around the city and medical advances making a hospital focused largely on infectious diseases obsolete, the hospital fell on hard times financially. By 1965, the majority of patients were psychiatric and Chapin Hospital had almost a monopoly on psychiatric hospitalizations in the state.  By the 1970s the hospital was closed, and the building is now part of the Providence College campus. 

Rhode Island State Hospital at Howard (Cranston) – opened originally in the Howard section of Cranston in 1870, it was an overflow facility for psychiatric charity cases from Butler Asylum.  The Training School for Nurses there was opened in about 1912 and by 1938 there were twenty-five buildings on the institution’s campus.  It remains an active facility. 

The “Cadet Nursing Corps Card Files 1942-1948” on Ancestry.com

Thanks to Ancestry.com a convenient database exists where information on the women who joined the Cadet Nurse Corps can be reviewed and researched. However, unlike some collections on Ancestry, the total number of items is not stated for the Cadet Nursing Corps files.  The files are from the 350 boxes of original data in the Records of the Public Health Service, 1794-1990, Record Group 90, in the National Archives at Washington, D.C.  Presumably, the original data records contain the collected information on all 179,294 women who joined the Cadet Nurse Corps nationwide, but this article will look only at the 2,178 file cards  relating to the hundreds of young women who joined the Corps in Rhode Island.[5]

The Cadet Nurse Record Cards

The database on Ancestry consists of images of the United States Cadet Nurse Corps record cards.  There were several different forms of the cards kept on cadet nurses and a review of the forms available for each individual cadet provides the genealogist and historian with a true treasure trove of information.  The forms are designated 300A, 300B (before May 1944), 300-A Revised, 300-B Revised, and PG (post-graduate) 400.  The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) provides a shorthand description of the various forms as follows:

Form 300A is a membership card and includes the name of the cadet, serial number, name of the nursing school or hospital, address of the school, and dates attended. Form 300B (before May 1944) only identifies the cadet by serial number and includes statistical information about the cadet such as age, hometown, marital status, occupation of her father, and how she found out about the program. In May 1944, the Form 300B membership card was revised to include the information that was contained in Form 300A and the previous version of Form 300B. Form PG 400 includes the name and address of the cadet and any post-graduate information such as the name of the university or hospital and what degree was earned.

 

The table that is presented below is based on a card-by-card review of the 2,000 plus cards created for women who joined the Cadet Nurse Corps in Rhode Island.  As explained via examples of each card form, the best and most comprehensive data for the genealogist is obtained from those cadets who have most, if not all, of the card forms in the data base.  Not all women who joined the Corps completed the training and graduated with their nursing credentials.  Some left under the demands of the training, some stopped out due to illness or personal reasons and did not return to complete the training, and some left the program “with default” and did not return while others left “without default” and were able to return.  A very few cadets left the program and returned or transferred to another training site and so actually have two different serial numbers. This means that not all named women below have what might be called a "full set" of record cards.

            When a woman was admitted to a nursing program before the creation of the Corps, and before the May 1944 revision of Form 300A, the Form 300A shown immediately below was created for her if she decided to join the Corps.  Note that this version of the Form 300A is not designated as a “membership card.”  It was apparently intended at the time to be simply a running record of the student nurse’s progress through the program.  This particular type of card provides a little more data than the brief NARA description indicates.  In addition to the name and serial number assigned to the cadet, the name and address of the school attended, and the date of admission to the school and the Corps, this card provides the date of graduation or termination with or without default.  It also provides a good sample of the cadet’s actual signature.


 

            The original Form 300 B shown below was a bare-bones card that did not even provide the name of the cadet (although some cards later had the names handwritten in pencil).  This particular form does, however, provide the genealogist with some very interesting additional information.  The card states the cadet’s serial number, school and its location, but it also indicates the cadet’s marital status, whether any college had been completed, and the usual place of residence (hometown) along with the occupation of the cadet’s father (unnamed). The reverse side of this form (unshown) surveyed how the woman found out about the Cadet Nurse Corps.  Note again that this form is not a membership card.

 

            In May 1944, Form 300-A (Revised) was created, and it combined the information found on the original Form 300A and some of the information from the original Form 300B.  This card was designated for the first time as a “membership card.”  It also provides the genealogist with some new information besides another signature sample, serial number, school attended and location, and progress through the program; it provides the full address of the cadet’s home and the age at which the cadet entered the program along with the precise birth date.


 

The Form 300-B (Revised), as shown below, was also designated as a “membership card.” It provided the marital status of the cadet, another sample of the cadet’s signature, and for the first time the name of the “Father, guardian, or husband” and not simply his occupation as on the original Form 300B. On some of these particular cards, where the father was presumably absent or deceased, the cadet would insert the name and occupation of her mother or someone else.  Like the original Form 300 B, the reverse side of Form 300-B (Revised)  was a survey of how the woman found out about the Cadet Nurse Corps and the reverse side is also shown below. 

 



 

The last of the record forms was Form PG 400A for nurses undergoing postgraduate training while serving in the Corps.  Only a handful of women who had already completed their basic nursing education and training are shown in the table.  It appears that they had usually completed some or all of college and they were continuing their studies to qualify as nursing instructors and or administrators of nurses.  These cards are not designated as membership cards and instead note that the named woman is undergoing “Postgraduate Study” pursuant to the “Bolton Act.”  These cards indicate the place where basic nurse education and training were obtained as well as any additional study, degrees, and experience that had been accumulated.

 



 

Using The Table In Conjunction With The Ancestry Database

 

            The table below selects six salient data points for identification of the women who served in the Cadet Nurse Corps in Rhode Island.  One of the first observations to be made by a quick scan of the table is that not all data cells are filled in for each cadet.  This is because the Ancestry database does not provide an image of each of the record card forms for every cadet and thus some information that could have been collected is not found.  This could be due to the woman dropping out of the program before graduation or for some other reason.  For many women identified in the table more than one card exists and the data extracted for the table could have been obtained from a review of each of the cards.  This means that the genealogist will want to look at and review each card available to extract as much information as possible—including full images of all the cards for the woman of interest.  For example, the table does not provide (even if available on a card) the name or occupation of the cadet’s “father, guardian, or husband.”  Nor does it indicate if the cadet was married or divorced, and it does not provide the woman’s home address.  In many cases all these bits of information are available by actually looking at the card images themselves.  And, of course, one can obtain a copy of the cadet’s signature from the membership cards.  It should also be noted that many of the cards have what appears to be a surname handwritten in pencil on the face of the card.  It is assumed, but not verified, that the penciled-in surname is a later married surname for the cadet.

 

There are a few ways to use the Ancestry search function to manipulate and maneuver through the thousands of cards; a quick review of them is worthwhile to assist initial use of the database.

 

·       To find and review all cadets and card images from Rhode Island (or any other state), simply type the state name in the Keyword box and hit search.

·       To find all the cards for an individual woman, enter her first and last name and state in the Keyword box and hit search.

·       One can search based on a birth date and find all individuals born on the selected date and on dates near that selected date IF the exact date was included on a Form 300-A Revised card for the woman of interest, or the researcher otherwise knows the birthdate.

·       Unfortunately, there does not appear to be a way to search using the cadet’s serial number alone.  If one gets the date of issuance of a membership card from either Form 300A or 300-A Revised, one can sort the database to find all those who got their membership on or around the date of interest.  Simply enter the date in the “Issue Date” boxes at the bottom of the search window and enter the state in the Keyword box.  

 

A few cautions are in order when using the table to then search for and review the images of the record cards.

 

1.     In several instances the Ancestry index for this database will show a date of birth that is erroneous and was taken from the admission date or other progress date on one of the record cards.  The only card that shows a precise birth date is the Form 300-A Revised, so if a birth date is shown in the table, it is from said form and can be relied on.

2.     There are many name errors in the Ancestry indexing for this database, but where they were found they have been corrected in the table on the assumption that anyone looking for a relative or ancestor will know the correct spelling of the subject surname.  This unfortunately introduces a search problem and will therefore require some persistent and creative research methods in order to get to all the record cards for women who are incorrectly indexed.  A few examples will illustrate the issue.

·  Mary A, McIsaac S.N. 189351 is erroneously indexed as Mary A. McDaris.  If one searches for McIsaac it will give you her Form 300-B Revised, and you will get her father’s name and occupation, but you will not see her actual birth date or if she graduated from the program.  If one searches for McDaris, her Form 300-A Revised will appear and it is clear this is Mary A. McIsaac not McDaris; the serial numbers are identical.  On Form 300-A Revised you will get her birth date and the fact that she withdrew from the program on November 18, 1946.

·   Mary E. Allen is indexed as E. Allen Mary and if one searches for Mary E. Allen nothing for a cadet in Rhode Island will appear, although you will find one in Michigan, but searching E. Allen Mary will give you her Form 300A, which indicates she withdrew without default on January 13, 1947.  Similarly, Ruth Donovan is indexed as Donovan Ruth; Sabina Shallow is indeed as Shallow Sabina; Selna Enid Kaplan is indexed under Enid Kaplan Senna; Muriel E. Roben is indexed under Moriel E. Rober, and so on for many names.

3.     Recalling that the original Form 300 B provides only serial numbers and no names, that form also gives the woman’s age at the time of application (but no precise birthday), the nursing school she applied to, her hometown, and her father’s occupation (but not his name).  There are at least 532 Form 300 B cards in the database that need to be matched up with names to extract as much information on a given cadet as possible.  This will be a painstaking process, but it can be done.  For example, page 9 of the 109 pages in the Ancestry index (created when one searches on Rhode Island in the Keyword box) shows the first Form 300 B without a name and the next twenty-seven pages are all of this type.  The first “no name” card is for the woman with serial number 98867 and we know from this card that she is from Providence and 19 years old when she applied.  Her father is a “Chief Supervisor, R.N.”  How do we identify this woman?  Using the table that was created in MS Word, the names can be sorted using the serial number and doing this we discover that the cadet’s name is Isabel Audrey Fagan.  Going next to the Ancestry search window and entering her name and Rhode Island in the Keyword box, we discover that she was doing her trainng at the Rhodes Island State Hospital, that she was admitted to the school September 1 and admitted to the Corps on September 15. Her form 330 A was issued May 11, 1944, but she withdrew from the program without default on August 31, 1946.[6] 

 

[1] Few people realize the terrible cost of winning the tonnage supply battle that raged in the Atlantic during WWII.  There were 3,500 merchant ships and 175 warships lost during the Battle of the Atlantic, while Germany suffered a loss of 783 U-boats.  Some 3.1 million tons of merchant ships were lost during World War II and 1 in 24 merchant mariners died -- making the fatality rate of the Merchant Marines the highest casualty rate of any service during the war.  Yet, despite President Roosevelt’s promise that mariners of the U.S. Merchant Marine and the Army Transport Service would be granted veteran status and a Seamans Bill of Rights for their WWII service, the promise died with the President.  It was not until 43 years after the end of the war that that those mariners of the U.S. Merchant Marine who served in WWII were granted some limited benefits and official recognition by the “Merchant Marine Decorations and Medals Act” of 1988 (Public Law No:100-324).   Merchant mariners were belatedly granted the honor of WWII service medals and the qualification to be buried in a national cemetery (other than Arlington), but they were not allowed health or other benefits.  See, https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1988-01-30-mn-10163-story.html

[2] The five Senators were: Marsha Blackburn (R-TN); Joni Ernst (R-IA); Thom Tillis (R-NC); Rick Scott (R-FL); and Josh Hawley (R-MO).

[3] For more details on the creation, history, and continuation of the memory of the Cadet Nurse Corps, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cadet_Nurse_Corps and the website of the U.S. Cadet Nurses at https://uscadetnurse.org.  See also, Robinson, Thelma M., Your Country Needs You: Cadet Nurses of World War II (Bloomington, Indiana, Xlibris Publishing, 2009) and Szecsy, Elsie M., The U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps Guidebook (USCADETNURSE.ORG FOUNDATION, 2017)

[4] For a brief illustrated chronology of the history of hospitals in Rhode Island, see this 2017 piece at the website of the Rhode Island Medical Journal http://www.rimed.org/rimedicaljournal/2017/01/2017-01-19-hospitals.pdf

[5] Women in the other New England states joined the Cadet Nurse Corps in the following numbers 1943-1946: Connecticut 3,175; Massachusetts 8,994; Vermont 667; New Hampshire 1,068; and Maine 1,289.  Robinson, Thelma M., Your Country Needs You: Cadet Nurses of World War II (Bloomington, Indiana, Xlibris Publishing, 2009) Appendix A 233-260.

[6] For anyone wanting to do this kind of deep research, I would be happy to provide an MS Word file of the table so that various sorting can be done to uncover as much information on a cadet as possible.

In the table below, an asterisk * indicates the named woman was engaged in postgraduate studies, usually for instruction of nurses and administration skills. A name in parentheses (   ) indicates the named woman’s married surname was noted on her membership card.

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

SERIAL NO.

BIRTH DATE 

HOME TOWN

NURSING SCHOOL OR HOSPITAL

ABATUNO

Edith

260526

12-15-1925

Barrington, RI

Newport Hospital

ABBRUZZI

Eleanor R.

189290

11-24-1924

Warren, RI

RI Hospital

ADAMS

Ann E.

99426

 

 

RI Hospital

ADAMS

Jayne

99561

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

AJAMIAN

Sonia

189382

3-3-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

ALBRO

Edith C.

260601

3-19-1927

Natick, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

ALLEN

Mary E.

 

99021

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

ALLEN

Dorothy D.

99025

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

AMENDE

Lucy A.

189211

2-23-1926

Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

AMORUSO

Frances L.

260527

12-21-1926

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

ANDERSEN

Marion L.

189292

8-23-1926

Narragansett, RI

RI Hospital

ANDERSON

Marilyn

99026

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

ANDERSON

Norma

99058

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

ANDERSON

Hilda

99194

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

ANDERSON

Avis M.

99275

 

 

RI Hospital

ANDERSON

Winifred A.

99335

 

 

RI Hospital

ANDERSON

Elsie B.

99427

 

 

RI Hospital

ANDERSON

Olive M.

99525

 

 

RI Hospital

ANDERSON

Edith E.

260528

9-16-1927

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

ANDERSON

Elizabeth Ann

275583

 

Sandusky, OH

RI Hospital

ANDRADE

Mary F.

99428

 

 

RI Hospital

ANDREWS

Christina M. 

182293

9-14-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

ANDREWS

Marjorie A.

260676

11-10-1927

Lonsdale, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

ANNABLE

Elaine Burgess

189263

7-11-1926

Providence, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

ANTONIO

Ida D.

189295

11-23-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

ARABIAN

Dionysia L.

189099

12-16-1926

West Warwick, RI

Newport Hospital

ARCHAMBAULT

Muriel

99336

 

 

RI Hospital

ARCHAMBAULT

Martha M.

260940

3-11-1928

West Warwick, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

ARNOLD

Doris Aileen

99036

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

ARNOLD

Lois

99195

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

ARNOLD

Gertrude M.

260728

12-8-1927

Narragansett, RI

RI Hospital

ARVIDSON

Edith L.

99276

 

 

RI Hospital

ARZOOMANIAN

Dorothy

99259

 

 

RI Hospital

ASADORIAN

Maline

98977

 

 

Newport Hospital

ASHER

Margaret E.

189100

10-8-1926

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

ASHLEY

Ruth A.

189384

12-17-1925

Fall River, MA

RI Hospital

ASPLAND

Mary R.

189184

10-23-1926

Saylesville, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

ASTBURY

Mary E.

99429

 

 

RI Hospital

AUBIN

Yvonne

189296

 

Pascoag, RI

RI Hospital

AUCOIN

Annette L.

99430

 

 

RI Hospital

AUGER

Lillian B.

99337

 

 

RI Hospital

AUGER

Rita

99581

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

AURELIO

Virginia G.

260729

1-8-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

AZZINARO

Virginia A.

99081

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BAILEY

Marian E.

99389

 

 

RI Hospital

BALL

Ruth M.

189297

3-28-1926

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

BALL

Gertrude

989978

 

 

Newport Hospital

BALLARD

Lenore

99064

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BALLINGER

Hope C.

99517

 

 

RI Hospital

BANAS

Bertha

99277

 

 

RI Hospital

BANIGAN

Anne

98993

 

 

Newport Hospital

BARBER

Clara J.

98866

 

 

RI State Hospital, Howard

BARBONE

Elizabeth E.

98994

 

 

Newport Hospital

BARBUSCIO

Eleanor V.

99338

 

 

RI Hospital

BARCHI

Marietta V.

189185

1-22-1926

Seekonk, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BARDELL

Lillian

99431

 

 

RI Hospital

BARDEN

Martha E.

99278

 

 

RI Hospital

BARKER

Beverly

189385

12-15-1926

Hoxie, RI

RI Hospital

BARNARD

June A.

189182

4-28-1926

East Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BARNES

Gloria E.

189265

7-28-1926

West Barrington, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BARNES

Ruth

260727

3-1-1927

Saylesville, RI

RI Hospital

BARNSTEAD

Eva B.

99053

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BARNSTEAD

P. Penny

99054

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BARRETT

Beatrice

189165

6-7-1926

Attleboro, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BARRETTE

Lillian

99582

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

BARROWS

Genevieve R.

260677

4-26-1927

Pawtucket, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BARRY

Anna

260678

10-8-1927

Providence, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BATEMAN

Barbara E.

189298

1-1-1927

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

BATTLE

Gloria J.

260602

8-31-1926

East Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BAYER

Ruth C.

99339

 

 

RI Hospital

BAYLE

Marie Shirley

189304

8-14-1923

Woonsocket, RI

RI Hospital

BEATTIE

Agnes

99128

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BEAUCHEMINE

Rita H.

99340

 

 

RI Hospital

BEAUDETTE

Marcella R.

189517

11-23-1925

Central Falls, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

BECKWITH

Marion J.

189299

7-18-1926

Norwich, CT

RI Hospital

BENEDICT

Kathryn

99196

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BERGERON

Therese L.

189518

7-18-1926

Pawtucket, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

BERGQUIST

Eleanor Davey

99448

 

 

RI Hospital

BERGSTROM

Viola

260679

11-3-1927

Cowesett, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BERRY

Doris

99279

 

 

RI Hospital

BERUBE

Ghislaine

260603

10-9-1927

Woonsocket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BERWICK

Marion A.

99390

 

 

RI Hospital

BEVERLY

Rita M.

189167

8-25-1925

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BIANKOWSKI

Dorothy

98886

 

 

RI State Hospital, Howard, RI

BIBEAU

Claire P.

99341

 

 

RI Hospital

BIEDERMANN

Marie

99095

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BIRCHALL

Myra P.

99432

 

 

RI Hospital

BLACKBURN

Marguerite M.

99433

 

 

RI Hospital

BLACKINTON

Hattie E.

99280

 

 

RI Hospital

BLAIR

Ann E.

189519

5-30-1926

Woonsocket, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

BLANCHARD

Theresa I.

189520

1-28-1927

North Grosvenordale, CT

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

BLASS

Betty V.

189101

 

Portage, WI

Newport Hospital

BLATCHFORD

Lynda I.

99342

 

 

RI Hospital

BOELENS

Alice M.

99106

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BOGARDUS

Anita J.

189300

1-18-1927

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

BOISCLAIR

Marie T.

260530

3-21-1926

West Warwick, RI

Newport Hospital

BOLDUC

Juliet G.

99343

 

 

RI Hospital

BONDAREU

Doris

189301

1-15-1926

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

BORON

Helen A.

189302

8-14-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

BOULANGER

Nolia M.

189303

12-13-1923

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

BOULDS

Betty Jane

260604

3-27-1927

Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BOURGET

Beatrice E.

99164

 

 

RI Hospital

BOURNE

Nancy Jane

260680

8-26-1927

East Providence, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BOVIA

Bernice R.

260730

9-6-1927

Putnam, CT

RI Hospital

BOWKER

Charlotte M.

99027

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BOYD

Christina

99197

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BOYD

Flora

99198

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BOYLE

Marie Shirley

189304

 

Woonsocket, RI

RI Hospital

BRAMICH

Marian O.

189131

7-12-1917

Providence, RI

Newport Hospital

BRAY

Jeanne V.

189386

11-16-1926

Lafayette, RI

RI Hospital

BRENNAN

Mary

98966

 

 

Newport Hospital

BRENNAN

Mary V.

99549

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

BRENNAN

Janet

99583

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

BRESLIN

Mary C.

99562

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

BRIGGS

Rheta J.

99281

 

 

RI Hospital

BRIGHAM

Virginia M.

189305

4-13-1926

Longmeadow, RI

RI Hospital

BRITSCH

Elsa M.

99024

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BROCHU

Gloria M.

99018

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BROOKS

Ruth M.

189271

5-15-1926

Killingly, CT

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BROOKS

Margaret

260681

8-8-1926

Longmeadow, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

BROTHERS

Doreen M.

189387

1-2-1925

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

BROWN

Roberta

98995

 

 

Newport Hospital

BROWN

Marjorie B.

99304

 

 

RI Hospital

BROWN

Helen F.

99305

 

 

RI Hospital

BROWN

Barbara C.

189132

1-27-1923

Concord, NH

Newport Hospital

BROWN

Elizabeth

189133

11-27-1926

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

BROWN

Ruth B.

189134

7-29-1926

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

BRUNO

Helen

99305

 

 

RI Hospital

BRUNO

Angela D.

189306

11-19-1926

Bristol, RI

RI Hospital

BRYANT

Priscilla M.

99434

 

 

RI Hospital

BRYANT

Alice M.

260731

6-25-1927

Bath, Maine

RI Hospital

BRYZICKI

Dorothy O.

99306

 

 

RI Hospital

BUBEN

Mary

189168

5-10-1925

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BUCKLEY

Carolyn

99307

 

 

RI Hospital

BUDLONG

Priscilla E.

189388

3-30-1927

Norwood, RI

RI Hospital

BURCHNALL

Ruth A.

99435

 

 

RI Hospital

BURGSTAHLER

Beverly A.

99436

 

 

RI Hospital

BURGSTAHLER

Betty Jean

260732

1-24-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

BURNHAM

Jane L.

99308

 

 

RI Hospital

BURNS

Mary K.

99309

 

 

RI Hospital

BURNS

Rosemarie A.

260733

10-13-1927

Pawtucket, RI

RI Hospital

BURRILL

Norma Frances

99260

 

 

RI Hospital

BURT

Jane

99052

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

BYRNE

Kathleen

99584

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

CADORET

Yolanda A.

99437

 

 

RI Hospital

CADWELL

Joyce M.

189307

1-1-1926

Longmeadow, MA

RI Hospital

CAHILL

Ann M.

189389

3-14-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

CALIBANI

Anna E.

189135

11-19-1926

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

CALITRI

Catherine M.

99391

 

 

RI Hospital

CALVERT

Sylvia R.

260734

1-12-1927

Saylesville, RI

RI Hospital

CAMERON*

Jane Graves

PG-no serial #

 

Edgewood, RI

RI Hospital

CAMPBELL

Genevieve A.

189308

4-9-1925

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

CANNITY

Barbara Helene

189169

11-2-1925

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CANNON

Helen Mary

189309

1-4-1925

Edgewood, RI

RI Hospital

CARBERRY

Cathleen

99093

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CARDIN

Lena G.

189102

10-24-1924

Providence, RI

Newport Hospital

CARELLA

Diana A.

260735

1-2-1925

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

CARLSON

Lillian A.

99344

 

 

RI Hospital

CARLSON

Norma E.

189170

3-2-1927

East Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CARNEY

Elsie A.

189186

1-2-1926

Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CARNEY

Jean F.

189310

6-18-1926

Fall River, MA

RI Hospital

CARPENTER

Shirley

189390

3-28-1927

Lonsdale, RI

RI Hospital

CARRAGHER

Constance R.

189521

3-18-1926

Danielson, CT

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

CARRIGAN

Kathryn E.

189212

12-2-1926

East Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CARROLL

Jacqueline

189256

5-31-1925

Wrentham, MA

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

CARROLL

Mary Patricia

189258

3-29-1926

Pawtucket, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

CARTER

Janetta

99076

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CARTIER

Leah J.

26074

3-9-1925

Pawtucket, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

CARVALHO

Alice M.J.

260736

2-4-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

CASARTELLO

Barbara M.

189262

6-16-1926

Rumford, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

CASE

Audrey

99282

 

 

RI Hospital

CASEY

Shirley M.

99438

 

 

RI Hospital

CASSITY (Teuton)

Virginia R.

99345

 

 

RI Hospital

CASTRO

Florence B.

189311

6-23-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

CASWELL*

Grace Annie

PG-no serial #

 

East Douglas, MA

C.V.Chapin Hospital, Providence

CAVANAUGH

Muriel T.

189312

10-15-1926

Pawtucket, RI

RI Hospital

CHAMBERLIN

Nancy

98996

 

 

Newport Hospital

CHAMPLIN

Anna F.

189391

4-12-1927

East Greenwich, RI

RI Hospital

CHAPPELL

Ruth

99154

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

CHARPENTIER

Ruth Claine

189103

5-20-1926

West Warwick, RI

Newport Hospital

CHERRY

Miriam J.

189313

8-10-1924

Worcester, MA

RI Hospital

CHEW

Olive A.

99439

 

 

RI Hospital

CHLAPOWSKI

Dorothy M.

189104

3-6-1926

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

CHRISTIANSEN

Shirley Marie

260531

3-18-1927

Providence, RI

Newport Hospital

CHRISTIE

Shirley R.

99440

 

 

RI Hospital

CIUMMO

Julia

98970

 

 

Newport Hospital

CLANCY

Ann

99563

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

CLARK

Madeline C.

99346

 

 

RI Hospital

CLARK

Anna T.

99526

 

 

RI Hospital

CLARK

Edna H.

189187

4-2-1927

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CLARKE

Barbara J.

99441

 

 

RI Hospital

CLARKE

Virginia M.

189189

9-22-1925

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CLARKE

Ella F.

260682

6-9-1927

Seekonk, MA

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

CNOSSEN

Helen L.

260791

8-21-1927

Rehoboth, MA

RI Hospital

CODAGNONE

Norma E.

99442

 

 

RI Hospital

COEN

Jane

189136

7-11-1926

Providence, RI

Newport Hospital

COFFEY

Mary E.

260605

7-21-1927

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

COGGINS

Beverly M.

99519

 

 

RI Hospital

COHEN

Edith J.

189392

11-19-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

COLE

Jane J.

260606

4-29-1926

East Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

COLELLA

Evelyn

99165

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

COLEMAN

Louise B.

99283

 

 

RI Hospital

COLEMAN

Hope M.

99294

 

 

RI Hospital

COLLETTE

Doris

99166

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

COLLINS

Edith

98997

 

 

Newport Hospital

COLVIN

Frances E.

189393

8-22-1925

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

CONBOY

Ruth A.

99443

 

 

RI Hospital

CONDRY

Sarah J.

189255

5-18-1926

East Providence, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

CONNELLY

Mary

99550

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

CONNORS

Irene M.

99020

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CONNORS

Eileen M.

99038

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CONTI

Anna

99347

 

 

RI Hospital

COOGAN

Lucy Noreen

99444

 

 

RI Hospital

COOK

Clarice

98971

 

 

Newport Hospital

COOK

Melva

99155

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

COOK

Florence

99199

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

COOKE

E. Louise

99156

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

COOMBS

Laura P.

99348

 

 

RI Hospital

CORDIN

Jane L.

189105

8-22-1925

Cranston, RI

Newport Hospital

CORNELIS

Emilienne

99023

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CORRIGAN

Margaret

99564

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

COSKY

Dorothy M.

189314

12-8-1925

Millbury, MA

RI Hospital

COSTELLO

Anne Marjorie

260532

8-26-1927

Oakland Beach, RI

Newport Hospital

COSTIGAN

Gloria

99167

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

COTE

Therese

99586

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

COTE

Germaine J.

189522

11-25-1924

Woonsocket, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

COTTER

Helen J.

99520

 

 

RI Hospital

COTTON

Ellen L.R.

99284

 

 

RI Hospital

COTTRELL

Helen G.

189316

7-15-1919

W. Kingston, RI

RI Hospital

COUGHLIN

Nancy P.

99392

 

 

RI Hospital

COWSILL

Jane Marie

260780

9-11-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

COX

Eleanor

99551

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

COYLE

Alice

99037

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

COYLE

Patricia A.

99310

 

 

RI Hospital

COYNE

Elizabeth T.

189191

1-18-1926

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CRAIG

Linda C.

189317

7-23-1925

East Providence, RI

RI Hospital

CRAWLEY

Agnes

99595

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

CREEDEN

Helen T.

99445

 

 

RI Hospital

CROCKER

Faye

260739

9-27-1927

Somerset, MA

RI Hospital

CRONIN

Ruth

99552

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

CROSSLEY

Janice C.

99446

 

 

RI Hospital

CROTEAU

Beatrice M.

260737

2-23-1926

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

CROWLEY

Etta May

99393

 

 

RI Hospital

CROWLEY

Margaret M.

189192

6-15-1926

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CROWTHER

Emily G.

99394

 

 

RI Hospital

CUDDY

Elizabeth M.

189193

2-21-1927

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CUMMINGS

Rita E.

260683

8-5-1927

Saylesville, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

CUMMINGS

Jane E.

260740

1-11-1927

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

CUNNINGHAM

Joan P.

99069

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

CURRAN

Bernardine C.

99285

 

 

RI Hospital

CUSICK

Verna M.

99349

 

 

RI Hospital

CZEKANSKI

Helen C.

99286

 

 

RI Hospital

D’ALESSIO

Clara M.

189137

10-27-1926

Providence, RI

Newport Hospital

D’LORIO

Marie E.

189321

3-3-1926

Rehoboth, MA

RI Hospital

D’ORDINE

Anne-Marie

189398

 

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

DAILEY

Barbara H.

260741

9-11-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

DALEY

Mary L.

99050

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DALEY

Thelma A.

99087

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DALEY

Frances J.

99098

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DALEY

Dorothy

99200

 

Pawtucket, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

DALEY

Constance M.

189138

10-7-1925

Fall River, MA

Newport Hospital

DANIELSON

Shirley L.

189318

10-23-1926

West Warwick, RI

RI Hospital

DANILOWICZ

Pearl C.

189319

4-25-1926

Norwich, CT

RI Hospital

DARELIUS

Eleanor L.

99261

 

 

RI Hospital

DARLINGTON

Marjorie G.

99447

 

 

RI Hospital

DARNBROUGH

Eleanor M.

260742

9-28-1927

Esmond, RI

RI Hospital

DAVID 

Edith D.

189106

5-22-1924

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

DAVIS

Alice H.

99449

 

 

RI Hospital

DAVIS

Anita J.

189213

6-24-1918

Cranston, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DAVIS

Beverly F.

189194

2-13-1926

Attleboro, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DAVIS 

Marilyn

260607

8-25-1927

Attleboro, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DEADY

Marjorie A.

260744

10-1-1927

Methuen, MA

RI Hospital

DeBALSI

Rose-Marie

189394

12-5-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

DeCESARE

Jeanne

260533

4-10-1927

Johnston, RI

Newport Hospital

DeGEORGE

Josephine B.

189395

1-18-1926

Johnston, RI

RI Hospital

DeLUCA

Theresa A.

99311

 

 

RI Hospital

DEMETRI

Margaret C.

189107

9-9-1926

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

DEMPSEY

Frances V.

99090

 

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DENAULT

Doris I.

260534

5-5-1927

Woonsocket, RI

Newport Hospital

DENNETT

Lois

99011

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DERMODY

Elizabeth A.

99450

 

 

RI Hospital

DeROCHE

Nancy

99587

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DeROSIERE

Mary C.

99157

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

DESAULNIERS

Lucille F.

260942

12-2-1927

Woonsocket, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DESCHENES

Ruth

189320

12-12-1926

Madison, ME

RI Hospital

DESILETS

Theresa M.

98865

 

 

RI State Hospital, Howard

DESROSIERS

Blanche

99075

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DeVAUDREUIL

Marie A.

260743

4-21-1925

Chepachet, RI

RI Hospital

DiBELLO

Margherita Y.

189139

12-5-1926

Providence, RI

Newport Hospital

DICK

Catherine

260745

2-22-1928

Hoxsie, RI

RI Hospital

DiFRANCO

Eleanor G.

260684

3-5-1927

Pontiac, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

DIMARTINO

Albina M.

99451

 

 

RI Hospital

DINGEE

Marilyn L.

99350

 

 

RI Hospital

DINWOODIE

Pauline E.

260535

11-19-1927

Ashaway, RI

Newport Hospital

DION

Esther T.

189397

4-16-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

DIONNE

Marie

260952

9-8-1927

Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DiORIO

Ann

98979

 

 

Newport Hospital

DIVINE

Mary M.

189400

7-31-1924

Pascoag, RI

RI Hospital

DOLAN

Dorothea T.

99017

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DOLAN

Claire Marie

189108

10-20-1925

Providence, RI

Newport Hospital

DOLAN

Claire M.

189221

10-20-1925

Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DOLAN

Alice E.

189214

2-13-1927

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DONOVAN

Ruth

99100

 

Fall River, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DOOLAN

Roberta

99588

6-15-1925

Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DOOLAN (readmission)

Roberta E.

268398

 

Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DOUD

Barbara

99088

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DOVE

Susan E.

99287

 

 

RI Hospital

DOWDING

Agnes

99201

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

DOWNES

Shirley E.

189109

6-23-1925

Providence, RI

Newport Hospital

DOYLE

Mary T.

260608

5-16-1928

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DRAKE

Janette B.

99351

 

 

RI Hospital

DREEN

Esther V.

189333

1-17-1927

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

DREW

Ella C.

189195

2-4-1926

South Attleboro, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DREW

Margaret M.

189215

8-1-1925

Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DUBA

Jean M.

99521

 

 

RI Hospital

DUDA

Gladys M.

260958

7-22-1923

Ludlow, MA

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DUDOLEVITCH

Mary

99168

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

DUFFY

Ann L.

260685

2-4-1927

Providence, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

DUFOUR

Claire R.

260956

8-23-1927

Fall River, MA

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DUHAMEL

Shirley E.

189523

1-6-1927

Eat Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DUKI

Anna

189399

2-7-1926

Central Falls, RI

RI Hospital

DUNBAR

Martha

99352

 

 

RI Hospital

DUNN

Therese E.

189322

1-16-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

DUNN*

Helen Winifred

PG-no serial #

 

Providence, RI

C.V. Chapin Hospital

DUPHINEY

Marie C.

260609

8-1-1926

Johnston, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DUPOUY

Lydia A.

189171

4-10-1925

Seekonk, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DUQUETTE

Alice F.

189524

8-15-1926

East Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DUSZA

Genevieve

99353

 

 

RI Hospital

DUTTON

Eunice

98998

 

 

Newport Hospital

DuVALLY

Mary

99589

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DWYER

Johanna E.

189401

7-23-1921

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

DWYER

Claire E.

260610

7-26-1927

Attleboro, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

DWYER

Kathleen F.

260746

5-28-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

DYER

Helen F.

189525

11-18-1926

Pawtucket, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

DZIURA

Irene B.

189402

6-15-1926

Central Falls, RI

RI Hospital

EARLS

Cicely Mary

260930

8-25-1924

Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

EASTMAN

Barbara

189266

11-1-1926

Apponaug, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

EASTON 

Beverly F.

260747

5-14-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

EASTWOOD

Virginia J.

189323

12-7-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

ECKHARDT

Dorothy

260748

8-4-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

EDDY

Louise

99202

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

EDGERLEY

Jeanne A.

189403

6-19-1927

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

EDMONDS

Gertrude Y.

189140

 

Kenyon, RI

Newport Hospital

EDWARDS

Mary E.

99395

 

 

RI Hospital

EDWARDS

Thelma M.

189260

8-25-1926

East Providence, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

EICHIN

Hilda L.

99452

 

 

RI Hospital

EKMAN

Gloria A.

260686

3-8-1927

Greenwood, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

EKSTRAND

Martha-Jane

189261

9-19-1926

Greenwood, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

ELWOOD

Muriel

99565

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

EMERSON

Janet E.

99288

 

 

RI Hospital

EMERSON*

Elizabeth

PG-no serial #

 

Providence, RI

C.V. Chapin Hospital

EMERY

Avis

99203

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

EMIN

Gertrude Y.

99354

 

 

RI Hospital

ENNIS

Ruth

99169

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

EPIFONIO

Rachel R.

260931

1-30-1924

Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

EVANS

Lois C.

99396

 

 

RI Hospital

EXTOVICZ

Laura H.

99453

 

 

RI Hospital

FAFORD

Geraldine B.

260536

4-6-1926

Slatersville, RI

Newport Hospital

FAGAN

Isabel Audrey

98867

 

 

RI State Hospital

FANNING

Barbara E.

260611

8-19-1927

Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FARWELL

Avis

189269

4-28-1926

Providence, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

FAY

Imelda V.

260926

2-9-1925

Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

FEEHAN

Virginia M.

99454

 

 

RI Hospital

FEELEY

Dorothy M.

260953

7-3-1926

Pawtucket, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

FEENEY

Elizabeth

99590

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

FEIBELMAN

Anna Louise

189404

6-20-1925

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

FELICETTI

Rita C.

99109

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FERGUSON

Phyllis

99096

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FERGUSON

Norma

99127

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FERRANTE

Eleanor

99089

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FERRANTI

Antonetta M.

99355

 

 

RI Hospital

FERRARO

Marie R.

99356

 

 

RI Hospital

FINELLI

Anna

99566

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

FIORE

Lucy R.

189405

10-1-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

FISHER

Dorothy L.

189216

10-13-1926

Attleboro, MA

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FISKE

Virginia

99204

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

FISKE

Christine C.

99397

 

 

RI Hospital

FITZMAURICE

Jean

99131

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FLEURY

Mary

98877

 

 

RI State Hospital, Howard

FLINT

Nancy S.

189406

6-17-1926

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

FLOOD

Anna M.

99455

 

 

RI Hospital

FLORIO

Madeline C.

99398

 

 

RI Hospital

FLYNN

Ave A.

260949

8-31-1925

Chepachet, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

FOGARTY

Eleanor M.

189196

3-1-1926

Pawtucket, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FOGLIA

Anna E.

99399

 

 

RI Hospital

FOLEY

Elizabeth

99205

 

 

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

FONTAINE

Mary

99553

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

FOSTER

Edith

99079

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

FOSTER

Barbara E.

260537

7-31-1927

North Scituate, RI

Newport Hospital

FOURNIER

Annette

189324

6-19-1925

Saylesville, RI

RI Hospital

FOX

Mary

98992

 

 

Newport Hospital

FRACASSA

Gloria A.

99400

 

 

RI Hospital

FRAIZER

Eileen M.

189325

3-28-1925

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

FRANK

Dolores R.

189326

11-7-1926

West Warwick, RI

RI Hospital

FRANKLIN

Carol B.

189327

1-25-1926

Edgewood, RI

RI Hospital

FRASCA

Lucy Joan

99262

 

 

RI Hospital

FULLER

Elizabeth M.

99518

 

 

RI Hospital

FULLER

Marion

260687

8-29-1927

Mattapoisett, MA

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

FUSCO

Anna

99606

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

GADOURY

Marion Louise

260688

9-8-1927

West Warwick, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

GADWAY

Rita M.

99456

 

 

RI Hospital

GAGNER

Eleanor L.

260689

10-3-1927

Pawtucket, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

GALLAGHER

Mary C.

189328

11-11-1925

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

GALLIGAN

Eileen D.

260937

12-29-1928

North Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

GALLOGLY

Rita

99554

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

GALLOGLY

Margaret M.

189264

5-10-1926

Providence, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

GAMMELL

Dorothy E.

260749

10-11-1926

Cranston, RI

RI Hospital

GANCZ

Agnes M.

99289

 

 

RI Hospital

GANNON

Helen A.

189526

2-16-1926

Providence, RI

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

GARDINER

Agnes

98972

 

 

Newport Hospital

GARDNER

Barbara M.

189197

4-9-1926

Lincoln, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

GARGARO

Antonetta

189329

9-24-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

GARIEPY

Rita E.

98980

 

 

Newport Hospital

GARREN

Edith M.

99125

 

 

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

GARVEY

Pauline V.

189330

7-23-1926

Fall River, MA

RI Hospital

GEARY

Margaret A.

189407

10-2-1926

Providence, RI

RI Hospital

GEER

Dorothy A.

189198

5-27-1926

Providence, RI

Memorial Hospital, Pawtucket, RI

GEIGER

Shirley E.

260690

3-22-1927

Pawtucket, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

GENEREUX

Theresa B.

99312

 

 

RI Hospital

GENEREUX

Sylvia

99567

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

GENEREUX

Irene C.

189408

3-28-1926

Woonsocket, RI

RI Hospital

GETTLER

Mary E.

189267

9-26-1926

Pawtucket, RI

Homeopathic Hospital of RI

GIGLIO

Antonetta R.

189331

5-17-1925

Bristol, RI

RI Hospital

GILES

Mary

99555

 

 

St. Joseph’s Hospital, Providence, RI

GILL

Ruth A.

99357

 

 

RI Hospital

GILLIS

Mary V.

189527

8-6-1925

Newport, RI

Newport Hospital

GILLIS

Margaret S.

260964