Thank you for this post. I had no idea that the Ladysmith Tintown was so large. It is a pity that many of the old group photographs carry no names. In the case of the nurses it might be easier to get identifications.
PS Clearly, four of the five ladies were not enjoying the experience. I expect they could frighten their patients into recovering.
Thank you, Elmarie.
Having names attached certainly makes a photograph more interesting. Presumably Annie and Hilda Talbot were sisters and finding them on a roll would be a good starting point to research their background. Sergeant McCarty (?McCarthy) was probably a RAMC Orderley,so he too should be traceable. The two men from Zoutpansberg might also be researchable.
I hope that the medical staff and the Boer prisoners got on well together.
PS In my first admission to a hospital in the early 1950's, I shared a ward with an old man who had been on commando with the Boers. Although we spent several days together, I was too young and ignorant to ask him about his experiences. Perhaps it is just as well I did not know what he thought about me. I was in any case very intimidated by him and the ward Sister, which must have contributed to my relatively rapid recovery.