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Nurse by occupation, Isobel Kathleen Curnow enlisted on the 18th of May 1915 in the 3rd Australian General Hospital, Australian Imperial Force, with the rank of Staff Nurse. His Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board RMS 'Mooltan' on the 15th of May 1915. Staff Nurse promoted sister in the A.I.F. on the 5th of May 1917; sister posted to 3rd Australian Causality Clearing Station, France on the 3rd of January 1918; sister posted to 45th Causality Clearing Station, France on the 21st of November 1917; posted to 25th General Hospital, France on the 27th of December 1917; posted to Staty Hospital, France on the 11th of April 1918; posted to the 3rd Australian General Hospital, Boulogne, France on the 4th of April 1918. Returned to Australia per 'Berrima' on the 1st of January 1919 and Discharged on the 12th of April 1919 with the Termination of Period of Enlistment. Family/military connections Brothers: 7227 Private Leonard James Curnow, 58th Battalion, returned to Australia on the 31st of July 1918; 3135 Private Thomas Curnow, 57th Battalion, killed in action on the 8th of August 1918; Cousins: Captain K.M. Mortimer, 29th Battalion, killed in action on the 29th of July 1916; 2446 Private David Horn Mortimer, 14th Battalion, returned to Australia on the 13th of February 1917. Tree No. 990