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30th JULY: THE CENACLE HOSPITAL: ‘SHE LOVED ME FOR THE DANGERS I HAD PASSED.’

Bertie in UniformAUTOGRAPH ALBUM of Pte BERTIE HIBBETT, The Cenacle Red, Cross Hospital, New Brighton, Cheshire.

.Champion Ida Hibbett VAD Nurse.

VISIT of his sister Ida Neal Hibbett on 30th July 1916 & his Godmother Mary Foster on 15th & 30th -1st Aug. 1916.

Autograph Album To My Sister: ‘She Loved me for the dangers I had passed’. Othello. Shakespeare. Ida’s Visit to the Cenacle Hospital. Thurs. July 30th 1916.

To My Godmother: ‘I would flood your path with sunshine, I would fence you from all ill, I would crown you with all blessings if I could but  have my will. Aye but human love may err, dear, and a power all-wise is near, I only pray God bless you  and God keep you through the year’ (1). July 15th & 30th – Aug.1st 1916.

1916 The Cenacle Front
The Cenacle Red Cross Hospital, New Brighton, Cheshire: Main Entrance sketched from grounds. Pte A.H.Hibbett. 1916 -1917.

 

The Cenacle, Red Cross Hospital, new Brigton. Birkenhead.
The Cenacle Red Cross Hospital, New Brighton. Cheshire. Pte Bertie Hibbett standing  3rd from right, with arm in sling.
Bertie
Pte Bertie Hibbett; Beck; C. Bostock Byrd; Cpl. H.Turnbull;   ?
Coldstream Guards:
Coldstream Guards: C.Bostock Byrd, 2nd Bn Coldstream Guards.( Muratti’s Au Bon Fumeur); H. Turnbull Cpl RE. (Gold Flake. W.D.& H.O.Wills).
SCOTTISH REGIMENTS.
SCOTTISH REGIMENTS. J. Beck 1/10th Liverpool Scottish.  (Capstan Medium W.D. & H.O.Wills). ‘J. Beck underwent about 10 operations’. A.H. Hibbett Autograph Album. 1916.

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The Revd. Arthur H. Hibbett.

My Memories: A friend gave me an autograph book in which I collected autos of the patients, written on cigarettes, which I cut in half and pasted on the pages.  I spent my time doing drawings and sketches with my left hand. The Revd Arthur H. Hibbett 1967.

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ELIZABETH HIBBETT WEBB
ELIZABETH HIBBETT WEBB

The Cenacle belonged to a Roman Catholic Presbytery and was the Home of Nuns before it was lent to the Red Cross as a Hospital for wounded soldiers. My father kept up with several of his fellow patients & especially the Matron for some years after the War.

(1) Poem:I would flood your path with sunshine, I would fence you from all ill; I would crown you with all blessings if I could but have my will. Aye! but human love may err, dear, & a power all wise is near. I will pray God bless you, and God keep you through the year.’ (Unable to trace poet but poem known before 1909).

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‘I would flood your path with sunshine’. Post Card. <http://www.delcamp.net&gt;

NEXT POST: 4th Aug. 1916. The Cenacle Red  Cross Hospital Nurses & Patients.

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