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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.
Date of Bith: 1883Place of Birth: Wales Evelyn Margaret Abbott was born in 1883 at Grosmont, Monmouthshire, Wales.
Royaumont Abbey north of Paris, France became during WW1 an all women hospital run by the Scottish Women’s Hospitals and by the end of the war had saved and aided thousands of lives.
The women who served and devoted a slice of their life, helping mainly the French soldiers are remembered by plaques on the walls and in the grounds of the Abbey.
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.