BRAMSHOT St. Mary CHURCHYARD, Hampshire
Nursing Sister IDA LILIAN KEALY of the 1st Canadian General Hospital., Canadian Army Medical Corps. Ida died of pneumonia on 12th March 1918 at the age of 39. She was daughter of Clara Marion Kealy, of 1037, Johnson St., Victoria, British Columbia. Grave Reference: I. B. 16. (see photo – kindly found by Callan Chevin.)
ST SEVER CEMETERY, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France
Worker EDITH PEARTON of the Young Men's Christian Association. Edith died on 13th March 1918 and was buried in St. Sever Cemetery in Rouen, France.. Grave Reference: Officers, B. 4. 17.
BROOKWOOD CEMETERY, Surrey, United Kingdom
Staff Nurse IDA DURANT HANNAFORD, Res.H/280 of the Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service.
Ida died on 14th March 1918 at the age of 34. She was daughter of Ellen Hannaford, of 266, Greenwood Avenue, Toronto, Canada, and the late Joseph William Hannaford. Born in Birmingham. Grave Reference: H. 180705. (see photo kindly found by Callan Chevin.)
THE UNITED KINGDOM BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE, Berkshire, United Kingdom
Staff Nurse ANNE VERONICA FLETCHER, of the Territorial Force Nursing Service., who died on 14th March 1918 at the age of 27.
READING CEMETERY, Berkshire, UK
Worker AGNES MARY FRANSHAM, 15323 of the Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, attached to the School of Mil. Aeronautics (Reading).Agnes died on 16th March 1918 at the age of 37. She was the daughter of Daniel Fransham, of Newcombe Road., Polygon, Southampton and was born at Hedge End, Southampton. Grave Reference: Screen Wall. 72. 16419.
Stewardess W. BURTON of the S.S. "South Western" (Southampton), Mercantile Marine. Stewardess Burton was drowned, as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine on 16th March 1918 at the age of 61. She was born in Southampton.
Stewardess, E B. COCHRANE, of the S.S. "South Western" (Southampton), Mercantile Marine. Stewardess Cochrane was drowned, as a result of an attack by an enemy submarine, 16th March 1918 at the age of 46. She was born in Limerick, Ireland.
You can find out more about the sinking of the S.S. "South Western" here: http://forgottenwrecks.maritimearchaeologytrust.org/south-western
If anyone has any more information about these inspirational women of WW1, please get in touch.
Source: Commonwealth War Graves Commission List of Female Casualties of the First World War