Catherine Anne Fox Unknown date of birth - Died 23 October 1915 PDF Print Share Key details Contribute › Service number22/118 AWMM Also known asAnne AWMM ForceArmy AWMM Rank and unit at dischargeWW1 AWMMStaff Nurse AWMM WarWorld War I, 1914-1918 AWMM Lay a poppy Portrait, Auckland Weekly News 1915 - No known copyright res … Read more View gallery Hide sources Show empty fields Identity About Contribute › Title ForenamesCatherine Anne AWMM SurnameFox AWMM Ingoa Also known asAnne AWMM Service number22/118 AWMM GenderFemale AWMM Iwi Hapū Waka Rohe ReligionCatholic, Christian AWMM Images and documents Images Contribute › Documents Contribute › Civilian life About birth Contribute › Date of birth Place of birth Birth notes Occupations Contribute › Occupation before enlistmentWW1 AWMMNurse AWMM Post war occupation Next of kin Contribute › Address before enlistment Next of kin on embarkationMiss M. Fox (sister), Hallenstein's Buildings, Queen Street, Auckland, New Zealand AWMM Relationship statusPre 10 July 1915 AWMMSingle AWMM Service Wars and conflicts Contribute › WarWorld War I, 1914-1918 AWMM Campaigns ForceArmy AWMM Service number22/118 AWMM Military units Military service Miilitary decorations Contribute › Medals and Awards Training and Enlistment Contribute › Military training EnlistmentWW1 AWMMUnknown AWMM Age on enlistmentWW1 AWMM Embarkations Contribute › Embarkation detailsWW1 AWMM10 July 1915 AWMMWellington, New Zealand AWMMHospital Ship. No. 1, 1st Voyage from NZ AWMMWellington, New Zealand AWMMDepart - 10 Jul 1915 AWMM Embarkation bodyWW1 AWMM10 July 1915 AWMMHospital Ship No 1, Maheno AWMMMaheno AWMMStaff Nurse AWMM Prisoner of war Contribute › Capture details Days interned Liberation date POW liberation details POW serial number Medical history Contribute › Medical notesAccidental Death, Cause of Death AWMMDrowned AWMM Last known rank Contribute › Last rankWW1 AWMMStaff Nurse AWMM Biographical information Biographical information Contribute › Catherine Fox was the sister of Miss M. Fox, of Hallenstein's Buildings, Auckland. Born at Otago.Trained as a nurse in Dunedin.Served in EgyptCatherine Fox was one of the New Zealand nurses who died when the Marquette was torpedoed and sank in October 1915.Name Anne on the Roll of Honour. The Marquette was a British Merchant ship of 7,057 tons. It sank when a torpedo launched from a submarine hit it 36 miles south of Salonica Bay. Twenty nine crew and 182 troops were lost. Ten of those who died were New Zealand nurses who had been working at No.1 New Zealand Stationary Hospital in Port Said in October 1915 when they were ordered to prepare to go to Lemnos. The hospital was to be set up there to care for casualties being brought back from the Dardanelles. The Transport Ship Marquette took on board officers and men of the New Zealand Medical Corps, 36 New Zealand Army Nursing Staff, 610 officers and men of 29th Divisional Ammunition Column , 541 mules and some ammunition in mid October sailed for Salonika. The French torpedo destroyer Tirailleur joined the convoy on 22 October which gave credence to the idea that there was a real danger of being attacked by German submarines in the Mediterranean. The torpedo destroyer left the convoy that night and at 9.15 am on 23 October the Marquette was hit by a torpedo on the starboard side and began to list. Within about 15 minutes she sank. Nurses lost their lives in the evacuation as lifeboats tipped over as they were lowered into the sea, some boats falling on others, with some being left on the ship and going down with her. In Egypt there were two New Zealand Hospitals (No.1 and 2 NZ Stationary Hospitals and one Convalescent Hospital (Aotea Convalescent Hospital) in Cairo. AWMM Read more Death About death Contribute › Age at death Date of death23 October 1915 AWMM Cause of deathAccidental Death AWMM Place of deathAegean Sea AWMM Death notesLost at sea, HT Marquette, Aegean Sea AWMM Cemetery Contribute › Cemetery name Grave reference Memorial Contribute › Memorial nameMikra Memorial, Greece AWMMAuckland War Memorial Museum, World War 1 Hall of Memories AWMMNurses' Memorial Chapel, Riccarton Avenue, Christchurch, New Zealand AWMMMemorial window, Five Sisters Window, north transept, York Minster, York, England AWMM Memorial reference Obituary Roll of Honour Remember Catherine Anne Fox by laying a poppy. Benjamin Fox Benjamin Fox Catherine Anne Fox Cecll Grahame Nicholas Fox Charles Fox Lay a poppy for 2015 Leave a note Leave a tribute or memory of Catherine Anne Fox Leave a note Contribute › Processing God bless you Catherine. We are forever thankful for your service to protect & care for our men & for paying the ultimate price to protect our country with your life. May you rest in peace. Remembered by Debbie, Carlin & Eden. Public - Debbie - Researcher - 8 April 2015 Report Sources Sources Contribute › External linksCommonwealth War Graves Commission.http://www.cwgc.orgSources UsedMilitary personnel filehttp://www.archway.archives.govt.nz/ViewFullItem.do?code=21004502Archives NZOther military personnel filehttp://www.archway.archives.govt.nz/ViewFullItem.do?code=7879981Archives NZRogers, A. (2006, 27 October). In Loving Memory: The Nurses’ Memorial Chapel, Christchurch, New Zealand. The New Zealand Medical Journal. Vol 119, no. 1244.http://www.nzma.org.nz/journal/119-1244/2292/Further ReferenceNew Zealand Military Nursing: New Zealand Army Nursing Service - Royal New Zealand Nursing Corps.http://www.nzans.org/index.htmFurther ReferenceYork Minster, Five Sisters Window. In memory of overseas nurses. (1925, 3 July). Kai Tiaki : the journal of the nurses of New Zealand, p. 140.http://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/cgi-bin/paperspast?a=d&cl=search&d=KT19250701.2.44&srposFurther Reference DocumentsNew Zealand Army Expeditionary Force. (1914-1919). Nominal Rolls of New Zealand Expeditionary Force, Volume I. Wellington, N.Z.: Govt. Printer. AWMMVol1: 242 AWMMNew Zealand Military Nursing - A History of the R.N.Z.N.C. Boer War to Present Day AWMMService Women Project: Sponsorship to research this record was kindly provided by the Auckland Returned Services Association, Returned Servicewomen's Branch; Marjorie Traill, Dorothy Grant, Daphne Shaw and Margaret Woollett. 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