Mabel Lee Milne

8 January 1886 - 2 October 1917

The daughter of James Milne, railway clerk and Mary Lee, Mabel Milne was born in Dundee in 1886. She had two older brothers and a younger sister. The family subsequently moved to Perth. She attended Perth Academy.
She went to France in May 1917, where she served with the Territorial Force Nursing Service.

She died of wounds from an enemy aircraft at St Omer in October 1917. She was mentioned in Dispatches (London Gazette 21 Dec 1917) by Sir Douglas Haig for gallant and distinguished conduct in the field.

Birth certificate
1886 282/1 69
De Ruvigny's Roll of Honour 1914-1919 Vol 4.
page 135
Imperial War Museum
(includes a photograph of Mabel Milne)