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(101197) Mildred Venables Hirst
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This three-year research project began in January 2014 and investigated whether, during the Victorian period, the professions formed a distinct self-sustaining social group with its own mores and values. The project looked at 16,000 individuals drawn from census data for Alnwick, Brighton, Bristol, Dundee, Greenock, Leeds, Merthyr Tydfil, Morpeth, and Winchester. The research project was funded by the UK Economic & Social Research Council and was based at the Universities of Oxford and Northumbria.
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Full NameMildred Venables Hirst
OccupationNURSES (MEDICAL NOT DOMESTIC) INCLUDING POOR LAW NURSES
Date of Birth1863
Place of OriginWestbury on Trym, Gloucestershire, England
Date of Death1914-07-12
Place of DeathManor Court, Folkestone, Kent, England
Age at Death51
Relationships101193 (Harriet Jane Wyld : mother), 101192 (John Henry Hirst : father), 101194 (Henry Cecil Montague Hirst : sibling), 101195 (Ethel Maude Hirst : sibling), 101196 (Leila Mary Hirst : sibling), 101198 (Bertram Fawcett Hirst : sibling), 101199 (Reginald Arthur Hirst : sibling), 101200 (Florence Charlesworth Hirst : sibling), 101201 (Harriet Winifred Hirst : sibling), 101202 (Yarnold Hubert Mills : husband), 103271 (Doreen Mildred Mills : child), 103819 (Edith Carter Hirst : sibling)
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BristolNURSES (MEDICAL NOT DOMESTIC) INCLUDING POOR LAW NURSESGeneration: 2100357Mildred Venables Hirst (101197)Harriet Jane Wyld (101193)John Henry Hirst (101192)Henry Cecil Montague Hirst (101194)Ethel Maude Hirst (101195)Leila Mary Hirst (101196)Bertram Fawcett Hirst (101198)Reginald Arthur Hirst (101199)Florence Charlesworth Hirst (101200)Harriet Winifred Hirst (101201)Yarnold Hubert Mills (101202)Doreen Mildred Mills (103271)Edith Carter Hirst (103819)Business and Labour HistoryHistoryEconomic History