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Before the war there was no malaria in Salonika, the marshy areas up north had few travelers during that time and the mosquitoes where confined to the that area.War meant vast amounts of movement and malaria became endemic.On this occasion, Ailsa’s home address was in Reigate, Surrey.Ailsa died in Surrey,on 3/9/1965,aged 75 years old.Her parents were also on this voyage to NY,giving their address as New Jersey, USA.1922 records show Ailsa departing Southampton on “Canopic” en route to visit an aunt in Newark, New Jersey.The work load for the hospital was just unbearable, with most of the staff dragging themselves from day to day.During her time in Salonika Ruth also witnessed and assisted in saving of lives in what was know as the great fire of Thessaloniki in August of 1917 when nearly a third of the city went up in flames.
She was the daughter of Scottish parents, James and Sarah.
In 1901 she was living with her mother in St Mary in the Castle, Sussex. In May of 1917 she joined the Scottish women’s Hospitals and headed to Salonika.
Where she joined the Girton and Newnham unit as an orderly unit January 1918.
By dint of much hard work the hospital was eventually given it certificate by the Service de Sante of the French Red Cross.
Their work was unremitting, the winters bitter and I was left with unstinting admiration for this very gallant band of doctors, nurses, orderlies ambulance drivers, cooks, who gave so much to their patients throughout the war.