The women who ran a WW1 military hospital
Flora Murray was in charge of the hospital which treated thousands of soldiers "We have been gloriously happy."
The inscription on Flora Murray's gravestone at Penn in Buckinghamshire - a long way from her native Dumfriesshire - gives little hint of what she lived through.
Along with partner Louisa Garrett-Anderson she overcame enormous obstacles in order to be allowed to treat soldiers during World War One.
The story of their Endell Street hospital in London - staffed alm...