A cablegram from Vatican City was received at the Convent of Our Lady, Hillingdon Court, Middlesex, on Easter Sunday, from the Mother General of the Little Company of Mary, Mother Ambrose O'Donnell, a native of Limerick, stating that all the sixty Irish and English nuns at the Order's very noted group of hospital buildings on the Coelian Hill and at the hospitals at Florence and Eiesoli were very well, and wishing the houses in England and Ireland a Very happy Easter.
Page 7, 18th April 1941
18th April 1941
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Organisations: Hillingdon Court
People: Ambrose O'Donnell
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