|1859 - 1877ish
|circa 1877 - at least the end of 1904
||Mrs Williams - she ran the snaitorium in Conway House. From 1904 she was matron of of Willow House until it
was superceded by Conway House in 1914. She was "the personification of
kindness and sympathy ... had a very large heart ... a capable mind and
body ... was always a faithfull and trusted servant of the ship ...
|circa 1882 to 1902 Dec
||Nurse Annie Adams matron of sickbay.
|Nurse 1900 - ????. Matron from Jan 1903 to ????
||Nurse Fillingham. became matron of sickbay from Jan 1903. She worked for the
previous three years as a night nurse and part time nurse in sickbay.
|1906 Dec - 1910 Easter term
||Miss C Lendrum
|1910 Easter term - 1910 December Sister in Charge
||Miss I Haws.
She trained at Reading
before working at the Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh and the Royal
Berkshire Hospital, Reading from where she joined Conway. She left in
December 1910 to get married. She was much appreciated for "way she
carried out her duties in the sick bay and the heaarty and sympathetic
manner in which she had entered into the social life of the ship".
|Dec 1908 to Dec 1918
||F Coppack was Ward Maid
|19?? - 1924 Dec
|Jul 1924 to 19??
|193? - 1960
||Mrs Walters was Nurseand/or Sister during this time. She was known for her "spotlessly crisp white hospital uniform". Assisted by her husband,
she ran the sanatorium at Rock Ferry, then at Bryn Mel, Anglesey and
finally operated the tuck-shop cum café at Plas Newydd.
|circa 1931 to July 1951
Parry SRN retired after 20 year on board. She was “a good-humoured and
gentle lady who made being sick a pleasure. I never knew her get
ruffled, though she had plenty to try her patience.” Obituary The Cadet 1958
| from 19?? to Apr 1954
||Sister Zptumska. She
had a thick accent and I remember her wielding a very large and thick
needle full of penicillin when I was in Sick Bay for boils in my
ear,despite her rather scary appearance she was a real softy at heart.
|May 1954 to at least 1962
||Sister Griffiths aka "Sexy Griff" Photo in Staff
Mr Rooney said of her "I found her a very hard lady that took no
prisoners. I undertsnad she left Conway to become Matron of a nursing
home in Caernarfon. Pity the senipor Citizens.
|19?? to 1965(?)
|1965(?) to early 1970
||Sister Glenys Wynn Jones Crossed The Bar 2013
|early 1970 to mid 1971
|| Miss Fay Kendal Crispin who had recently obtained her SRN qualification at the Liverpool Royal.
|1971 to 1974