From Florence Nightingale, I. This change took place three years before his marriage, and five before the birth of his illustrious daughter. The landed possessions of Peter Nightingale extended from Lea and beyond towards Matlock.
She is best known for the work she did to care for the wounded soldiers during the Crimean Warbut she also made a big contribution to changing the way in which hospitals were run. She was a celebrity in Victorian times and she has continued to be spoken and written about to this day.
Her mother was called Fanny and her father was called William. Florence also had an older sister called Parthenope. They were a very wealthy family. Florence grew up mingling with other rich children and spent much of her time visiting friends and attending parties. On 7th Februarywhen she was 16 years, old Florence was convinced that she had heard the voice of God calling to her.
She believed that God wanted her to carry out some special work. When she was in her twenties Florence began to take an interest in how the sick people in the villages around her home in Romsey, Hampshire were taken care of. She started to believe that God wanted her to be a nurse.
At the time nearly all nurses came from poor families. Florence and some of her friends visited Kaiserwerth in what is now Germany.
The town was home to a hospital famous for training nurses. One year later, inFlorence Nightingale recieved three months training at the hospital in Kaiserwerth. Florence returned home as a trained nurse. She put these skills to good use as from — she cared for her mother, father and sister who had all become ill.
This was a massive sum of money in Victorian times. In Florence helped to tend people suffering from cholera. On 4th November Florence Nightingale and 38 other nurses arrived at Scutari, an area of the city of Constantiople. The main British hospital was located there and Florence was not impressed by the conditions.
The hospital was dirty, the drains were blocked, rats and fleas were everywhere. At first the doctors did not want the help of Florence Nightingale and her nurses, but they soon changed their minds when the number of wounded soldiers continued to grow.
Florence made lots of improvements to the hospital in Scutari.Florence Nightingale wasn’t the only women who made a name for herself by caring for the wounded troops of the Crimean War.
Check out some facts about Mary Seacole, another Victorian lady who risked her life to tend the suffering soldiers, and read about some of the other famous Victorians. Feb 17, · The romantic image of the Lady with the Lamp endures to this day. Florence Nightingale's pioneering work in nursing is well-documented, but were her own achievements, tending the ill and dying in.
Florence’s father was a landowner.
Florence was raised on the family estate at Lea Hurst, England. Her father taught her Greek, Latin, French, German, Italian, history, philosophy, and mathematics. Like most upper-class mothers at this time, Frances Nightingale expected her daughters to marry, look after a home, and maybe do some charity work.
Introduction. Famous for being the ‘Lady with the Lamp’ who organised the nursing of sick and wounded soldiers during the Crimean War, Florence Nightingale's far-sighted ideas and reforms have influenced the very nature of modern healthcare.
Florence Nightingale was an English nurse known for her work during the Crimean war.
Every night, she would make rounds through the camps, checking on each soldier, earning her the nickname “The Lady with the Lamp”. She established a nursing school at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London, becoming a pioneer of modern and professional nursing.
About International Nurses Day: The International Council of Nurses, a federation of more than national nurses associations, has celebrated International Nurses Day since - it is celebrated each year on May 12th as it is the anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale.