Phyllis Margaret Jenkins

Timelines: Ribbon of Remembrance Phyllis Margaret Jenkins

Phyllis was born in Dowlais, Glamorganshire, Wales in 1892, the daughter of Margaret Jane and David Thomas Jenkins.

She joined the British Red Cross on the 21st of January 1918. Subsequently, she was stationed as a Voluntary Aid Detachment Nurse in the Other Empire Force, British Red Cross, Catterick Camp.

Surviving photographs imply that Phyllis was part of the dental team
stationed at Catterick. Phyllis volunteered at Catterick Camp until the 14th February 1919.

Return to the ribbon

Explore more memories from the ribbon

  • 2nd Lieutenant Thomas Charles Goode M.B.E.

    Researched by John Mills. Born 27th of January 1880┬áThomas was the son of Sergeant Valentine Goode also of the Yorkshire Regiment and his mother was…

  • Richard Adams

    Meryl Abbey sent us some information about her great uncle, Richard William Adams. Richard served with the Yorkshire Regiment, arriving in France on 25th March…

  • John Lionel Calvert Booth

    John Lionel Calvert Booth – research by John Broom Born in Catterick Village in 1876, he worked as a farmer and then became a 2nd…