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  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn
  • An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn

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An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn

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An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Burn

An Order of St. John Group to Lady Ambulance Officer Elsie Annie Drummond Burn, OStJ, St. John Ambulance Brigade: Shoulder Badge (silver with white enamels, 29.5 mm); and Service Medal of the Order of St. John (silver, with three five-year service bars, 38 mm); court-mounted, original ribbons, intact enamels, light contact. Accompanied by their 11 mm x 76 mm Ribbon Bar (silver cross on the Shoulder Badge ribbon, three silver crosses on the Service Medal ribbon, with pinback); a Life Saving Medal of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, Bronze Grade (bronze, 36 mm, original ribbon with pinback, bruised); and a St. John’s Ambulance Re-Examination Medallion (bronze, engraved "206979 ELSIE BURN" and marked "REGISTERED AT St JOHNS GATE CLERKENWELL" on the reverse, 40 mm). Near extremely fine. In their hardshelled case of issue, Order of St. John insignia on the lid, case extremely fine.

Footnote: Governor General Lord Tweedsmuir (1935-1940) presided in his capacity as Knight Commander over the fourth meeting and investiture of the Commandery-Chapter of the St. John Ambulance Association at Government House on April 20, 1937, investing Elsie Annie Drummond Burn, St. John Ambulance Brigade in Ottawa, Ontario, as a Serving Sister. She was the daughter of a prominent Ottawa banker, Sir George Burn. Fourteen years later, Governor General Viscount of Tunis (1946-1952) announced on August 30, 1951, that Burn had been made an Officer Sister.

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