She was my mother-in-law. As a result of her accident (see below) she did not lose her arm, but she always wore long sleeves. I am told that at the time of the accident, she was being supervised by her older sister Marie, then aged 16. The surgeon who operated was Wade-7434. I got on well with her. When her husband went into a nursing home, I became the man of her house, to some extent, doing maintenance jobs. Maybe I was the son she never had. Doug [Laidlaw-173]
BDM Birth BERNIE JEAN P 33845/1915 GEORGE T MINNIE A WAVERLEY
SMH 6 June 1922 CASUALTIES. GIRL INJURED BY TRAM. ' Wile on her way to Sunday« school Sunday afternoon. Jean Patricia Bernie, 7, residing at 33 Balfour-road, Kensington, crossed Anzac parade, Kensington. As she did so she was knocked'down by a tram St Georgi'o Am- bulance, which transporting a patient from i Peakhurst to the Coast Hospital at the time, conveyed her to the Royal South Sydney Hos- pital, where she was admitted suffering from a badly-crushed arm from the elbow to the hand, together with abrassions to the head and both legs
( I must edit this report on Trove - if I can find it. Errors are from OCR: DL)
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