Canadian Virtual War Memorial

Ainslie St Clair Dagg

In memory of:

Nursing Sister Ainslie St Clair Dagg

November 29, 1918

Military Service


Age:

26

Force:

Army

Unit:

Canadian Army Medical Corps

Division:

15 General Hospital

Additional Information


Born:

February 5, 1892
Selkirk, Manitoba

Daughter of James, G. Dagg, of Woodbridge, Ontario.

Commemorated on Page 393 of the First World War Book of Remembrance. Request a copy of this page.

Burial Information


Cemetery:

CLIVEDEN WAR CEMETERY
Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Grave Reference:

13.

Information courtesy of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

Digital Collection

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  • Photo of Ainslee St Clair Dagg – © IWM (WWC D13-H22-36)
  • Attestation Papers – Attestation (Officers' Declaration) for Ainslie St.Clair Dagg.
  • War Diary – War Diary for No. 15 Canadian General Hospital (Duchess of Connaught) Taplow, for December 1918, page 1, recording the burial of Ainslie St.Clair Dagg with full military honours.
  • War Diary – War Diary for No. 15 Canadian General Hospital (Duchess of Connaught) Taplow, for November 1918, page 5, recording the death of Nursing Sister A. St Clair Dagg.
Source URL: http://data2.collectionscanada.ca/e/e061/e001518488.jpg
  • Newspaper Clipping – Source: The Globe (Toronto) 2 December 1918, page 10.
  • Newspaper Clipping – Source: The Globe (Toronto) for 13 October 1919, page 10.
  • Memorial Plaque – The new brass plaque commemorating Nursing Sister Ainslie St. Clair Dagg hanging in the chapel of the Bishop Strachan School. A service for the installation of the plaque was held on November 19, 2015. Ainslie Dagg was an alumna of BSS, having attended the school in 1910-1911. The plaque was designed by two BSS senior art students who graduated in 2015.
  • Memorial Plaque – A brass plaque commemorating Nursing Sister Ainslie St. Clair Dagg now hangs on the south wall of the Bishop Strachan School's chapel. A service for the installation of the plaque was held on November 19, 2015. Ainslie Dagg was an alumna of BSS, having attended the school in 1910-1911. The plaque was designed by two BSS senior art students who graduated in 2015.
  • Grave Marker – Nursing Sister Ainslie St. Clair Dagg's grave at the War Memorial Garden at Cliveden, England. The photograph was taken in 2014 by Susan Dutton, Archivist at the Bishop Strachan School. Ainslie Dagg attended the school in 1910-1911.
  • Cemetery – A view looking across the War Memorial Garden at Cliveden, England where Nursing Sister Ainslie St. Clair Dagg is buried. The photograph was taken in 2014 by Susan Dutton, Archivist at the Bishop Strachan School. Ainslie Dagg attended the school in 1910-1911.
  • Inscription – The detail of the "Key Plan of Cliveden Cemetary" at the War Memorial Garden at Cliveden, England where Nursing Sister Ainslie St. Clair Dagg is buried. The photograph was taken in 2014 by Susan Dutton, Archivist at the Bishop Strachan School. Ainslie Dagg attended the school in 1910-1911.

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