Series 02: Anne Donnell diary, 29 December 1917 - 31 January 1919 - Page 173
June 23rd cont.
most anxious heart – took her with T103.6 P136 R40 (or at least they were at 4 a.m. I heard later that twas three hours before they could get a medical man to see her there (it being Sunday I suppose) and the Sisters there were nearly frantic over it. However I consider that she was refused her one chance – that was to have remained quietly here – poor little Sister. She passed peacefully on at 4.30 a.m. with her friend beside here who was fortunately a patient at S.G's. She really had died at her post for she was on duty the day before. It is one of the saddest things that has happened yet to think that she was in the