Sage, Annie Moriah (1895-1969)

Also known as
Sage, Annie Moriah, (CBE, RRC) (1895-1969)
Field of activity
Nurse; army matron-in-chief
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Annie Moriah Sage (1895-1969), army matron-in-chief, was born on 17 August 1895 at Somerville, Victoria, fifth child of Edward Arthur Sage, butcher, and his wife Mary Anne, née Murray, both Victorian...

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During Annie Sage's distinguished military nursing career in World War II she introduced the Australian Army Medical Women's Service Training Scheme and was closely involved in the planning and establishment of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps as an integral part of the Australian Regular Army and the Citizen Military Forces. After the war she took an active and leading role in the establishment of the War Nurses Memorial Centre and the Centaur War Nurses Fund. Through her work with the (Royal) College of Nursing she made a very important contribution to postgraduate nursing education. She was also active in the negotiations that brought about the 1958 Nurses' Act which gave wider power to the registering authority, the Victorian Nursing Council. She was awarded the Royal Red Cross for her war work with the Australian Army Nursing Service in the Middle East in 1942 (for 'exceptional tact and administrative ability') and she was awarded the CBE (Military Division) in 1951.

  • Born: daughter of Edward Arthur and Mary Anne (née Murray) Sage
  • Registered as a midwife
  • Granted her nursing certificate
  • Matron of the Victorian Baby Health Centres Association Training School
  • Member of the Australian Army Nursing Service
  • Sailed for the Middle East and served at Gaza Ridge, Palestine, and at Kantara, Egypt
  • Matron-in-Chief of the Australian Imperial Forces
  • Appointed a member of the Royal Red Cross
  • Mation-in-Chief of the Australian Military Forces
  • Promoted to colonel
  • Flew to Sumatra to assist with the repatriation of the 24 Australian nurses imprisoned by the Japanese
  • Accompanied the Australian Military Forces to London for the Victory March
  • Awarded Florence Nightingale medal
  • Lady Superintendent of the Women's Hospital, Carlton, Victoria
  • Founding president of the College of Nursing, Melbourne
  • Treasurer of the College of Nursing, Melbourne
  • Became a partner in a grocery shop at Somerville, Victoria
  • Honorary colonel of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps
  • Honorary fellow of the College of Nursing, Melbourne
  • College of Nursing established the Annie M Sage scholarship
  • Died and was cremated with Anglican rites with full military honours

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Annie Moriah Sage's distinguished military nursing career in the Second World War included the introduction of the Australian Army Medical Women's Service Training Scheme and she was closely involved in the planning and establishment of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps as an integral part of the Australian Regular Army and the Citizen Military Forces. After the war she took an active and leading role in the establishment of the War Nurses Memorial Centre and the Centaur War Nurses Fund. Through her work with the (Royal) College of Nursing she made a very important contribution to postgraduate nursing education. She was also active in the negotiations that brought about the 1958 Nurses' Act which gave wider power to the registering authority, the Victorian Nursing Council.

CBE (Military Division) 1951. Educated Royal Melbourne Hospital; midwifery training, Melbourne Women's Hospital; infant welfare training, Victorian Baby Health Centre and Diploma, Sanitary Institute of London; Health Visitor and School Nurse certificates, Sanitary Institute of London. Matron, Victorian Baby Health Centres Training School 1931-39; Royal Australian Army Nursing Service 1939; Matron 2/2nd Australian General Hospital 1940; Matron-in-Chief, Australian Imperial Forces 1941; Matron-in-Chief (rank of Colonel), Royal Australian Army Nursing Service 1943-47; Lady Superintendent, (Royal) Women's Hospital, Melbourne 1947-51. Royal Red Cross Medal 1942; Florence Nightingale Medal 1947; International Geneva Red Cross Award 1947. Foundation member, first president and honorary fellow, (Royal) College of Nursing, Australia.

  • Award - Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

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Australian Women's Register

  1. Sage, Annie Moriah
    Published: National Foundation for Australian Women
    Series: IspartOf The Australian Women's Register
  2. Revolutions and Rosewater: The Evolution of Nurse Registration in Victoria, 1923-1973
    Minchin, Maureen Kathryn
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Victorian Nursing Council
  3. Founders of the College
    Schultz, Bart
    [Melbourne]
    Published: College of Nursing, Australia
  4. In Pursuit of Nursing Excellence: A History of the Royal College of Nursing, Australia 1949-1999
    Smith, Russel G.
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  5. Sage, Annie Moriah (1895 - 1969), Biographical Entry
    [2002]
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
    Series: IspartOf Bright Sparcs
  6. Sage, Annie Moriah (1895-1969)
    McCarthy, Janice
    [2006]
    Published: National Centre of Biography, Australian National University
    Series: IspartOf Australian Dictionary of Biography
  7. SAGE, ANNIE MORIAH
    Department of Veterans Affairs
    [2002]
    Series: IspartOf World War 2 Nominal RollDepartment of Veterans Affairs
  8. Matron A.M. Sage 'Sammie': A Tribute by Betty Jeffrey
    Jeffrey, Agnes Betty
    [Sydney]
    Published: Herald Gravure Printers
  9. White Coolies
    Jeffrey, Betty
    [Sydney]
    Published: Angus and Robertson
  10. Victoria's Living Memorial: History of the Nurses Memorial Centre, 1948-1990
    Williams, Jennifer A.
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Nurses Memorial Centre
  11. The Ever open door : a history of the Royal Melbourne Hospital 1848-1998
    Gregory, Alan
    [South Melbourne]
    Published: Hyland House
  12. Guns and brooches : Australian Army Nursing from the Boer War to the Gulf War
    Bassett, Jan
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Oxford University Press
  13. Colonel Best and her soldiers: The Story of the 33 years of the Women's Royal Australian Army Corps
    Ollif, Lorna
    [Hornsby, NSW]
    Published: Ollif Publishing Company
  14. Who's Who in Australia 1962
    Alexander, Joseph A
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Colorgravure Publications
  15. Where are the Women in Australian science?
    Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
    [2003]
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
  16. A Woman's war : the exceptional life of Wilma Oram Young, AM
    Angell, Barbara
    [Sydney]
    Published: New Holland Publishers (Australia) Pty Ltd
  17. Faith, Hope and Charity Australian Women and Imperial Honours: 1901-1989
    Australian Women's Archives Project
    [2003]
    Published: Australian Women's Archives Project
  18. Australian women at war
    Adam-Smith, Patsy
    [Melbourne]
    Published: Nelson
  19. Miss A M Sage - Honour
    [6 folios : 31 August 1950]
    Series: National Archives of Australia, National Office, Canberra
    Miss Sage was the Matron in Chief of the Australian Army Nursing Service - awarded CBE [Commander of the Order of the British Empire].
    Series A463; Control Symbol 1959/3672; Item Barcode 1854984
  20. SAGE, Annie Moriah - Pay ledger and history cards [4], allotment cards [3], tax deduction cards [1]
    [1940 - 1947]
    Series: National Archives of Australia, Melbourne Office
    Series MT415/1; Control Symbol VX361; Item Barcode 1925493
  21. Sage, Annie Moriah, Colonel RRC CBE
    [1939 - 1987]
    Series: National Archives of Australia, Melbourne Office
    Personnel dossier for second Australian Imperial Forces ex-service members, 36pp.
    B883 VFX361
  22. Annie Moriah Sage, Records
    [1948 - 1987]
    Series: Royal College of Nursing, Australia, Archives
    Series 252/13 Box 234
  23. Annie Moriah Sage, Portrait
    Series: Nurses Memorial Centre
    Coloured photographic portrait of Annie Moriah Sage as Matron
  24. Sage, Annie Moriah (Matron b: 1895 d: 1969)
    [1940]
    Series: Australian War Memorial, Research Centre
    Black and white photocopy, and typed transcript, of diary written by Matron Sage (2/2 AGH) covering April to July 1940. Describes journey on troopship; entertainment; shore leave at Colombo; nursing duties, sightseeing, shopping, and movements through Egypt and Gaza.
    PR00636
  25. [Biographical cuttings on Annie M. Sage, Matron-in-Chief of the Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps, 1942-1952, containing one or more cuttings from newspapers or journals]
    Series: National Library of Australia
    Bib ID 497037
  26. Group portrait of Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS) nurses, who were former prisoners of war (POWs), ob board the hospital ship Manunda on its arrival in Australia
    [18 October 1945]
    Series: Australian War Memorial, Research Centre
    Group portrait of Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS) nurses, who were former prisoners of war (POWs), on board the hospital ship Manunda on its arrival in Australia. Most of the group were staff members of the 2/10th and 2/13th Australian General Hospital (2/10AGH and 2/13AGH) and the 2/4th Casualty Clearing Station (2/4CCS). Known to be in the photograph are: Christien 'Chris' Oxley, Jean 'Jennie' Greer, Beryl 'Woodie' Woodbridge, Florence 'Trot' Trotter, Eileen 'Shortie' Short, Jessie Blanch, Valerie Smith, Violet McElnea, Betty 'Jeff' Jeffrey, Nesta James, Pat Blake, Janet P 'Pat' Gunther, Jess Doyle, Cecilia E M 'Del' Delforce, Iole Harper, Sylvia Muir, Joyce 'Tweedie' Tweddell, V Haig, Wilma Oram, Jean Ashton, Jessie Simons, Ada C 'Mickey' Syer and Veronica R Clancy. The woman in the centre wearing the dress uniform and hat is Colonel Annie M Sage, Matron-in-Chief of the AANS. The woman in the foreground, standing behind the two seated nurses on the right, is Captain E Mavis Hannah (later Allgrove) and the tall woman third from the right holding flowers is Sister Vivian Bullwinkel (later Statham). A number of the nurses are holding bouquets of flowers that have been sent by their families. Many of these nurses became prisoners of war (POWs) when they were captured by the Japanese after the fall of Singapore in February 1942. Bullwinkel was the sole survivor of the massacre of 21 nurses on Radji Beach, Banka Island, on 16 February 1942.
    P01701.003
  27. End of War Awards - submissions by [Quartermaster-General and Director-General of Medical Services]
    [1945]
    Series: Australian War Memorial, Research Centre
    End of War Awards - submissions by [Quartermaster-General and Director-General of Medical Services] QMG & DGMS [Brig R T A McDonald, Col N M Loutit, Col R H Norman, Lt-Col C C Easterbrook, Lt-Col H L Maude, Lt-Col P A Parsons, Lt-Col L J Fitzpatrick, Lt-Col W B Leonard, Maj J E McKimm, Lt-Col G G Hack, Lt-Col C S Johnston, Capt. J A Egan, Maj N A Dalton, Maj C S Waugh, Maj C W Gray, Sgt Vera Kiddell, Lt-Col H H Turnbull, Lt-Col E V Keogh, Lt-Col A Christie, Lt-Col C R B Blackburn, Maj K B Brown, Maj Lady Winifred I E MacKenzie, Maj M J Mackerras, Col (Matron-in-Chief) Annie M Sage, Capt. (Matron) Beatrice J Paige, Capt. Jean E Headberry, Capt. Patricia D Chomley, Lt-Col Mary S Douglas, Maj Alice R Appleford, Capt. Marjorie C Roche, Maj Joyce M Snelling]
    Series AWM119; Control Symbol 248/25; Item Barcode 5177644
  28. Honours and Awards - Recommendations for New Year Honours List 1946
    [1945 - 1946]
    Series: Australian War Memorial, Research Centre
    Honours and Awards - Recommendations for New Year Honours List 1946 [Col C H Simpson; Col E Gorman; Col A W Wardell; Col A E McCausland; Col N M Loutit; Col F R Burton; Col (Matron-in-Chief) Annie M Sage; Lt-Col A H Hellstrom; Lt-Col J M McGowan; Lt-Col R B Madgwick; Lt-Col P A Parsons; Lt-Col W J M Sedgley; Maj C B Laffan; Maj Joan L Christie; Maj Maude K Deasey; Maj H M Lewis; Maj Lady Winifred I E MacKenzie; Maj Mabel J Mackerras; Maj G W J Marshall; Maj Joyce M Snelling; Maj T G Woore; Honorary Maj Eleanor Manning; Capt. V L Leggett; Capt. A A Guy; Capt. W H Hackfath; Capt. Margaret L Leishman; Capt. Beverley C Barrenger; Maj R Z Huppatz; Maj Margaret J Oddie; Capt. Beatrice I Hayes; Capt. Mina I Macmillan; Capt. Thelma L Umpherston; Pte Eileen H Esdale; Sgt C D Mitchell; Cpl E J Martin]
    Series AWM119; Control Symbol 147; Item Barcode 5192559
  29. [Campaign in Malaya and Singapore - Escape before and after capitulation and evacuation of civilians:]
    [1942 - 1945]
    Series: Australian War Memorial, Research Centre
    [Campaign in Malaya and Singapore - Escape before and after capitulation and evacuation of civilians:] File dealing with escapees, evacuees, and alleged deserters from Malaya and Singapore. Statements by VX61330 Sister Vivian Bullwinkel and VX39347 Sister N. James. Affidavit by Sister James at International Military Tribunal for Far East. Report on tour of Duty to Sumatra by Col Ann N Sage Matron-in-Chief, AANS [Australian Army Nursing Service]
    Series AWM54; Control Symbol 553/6/2; Item Barcode 466851
  30. Matron Annie Sage
    [1941]
    Series: Australian War Memorial
    Portrait depicting Matron Annie Moriah Sage, AANS, Matron in Chief AIF (Middle East). Saw service 2/2nd AGH in the Middle East, Pacific Area, New Guinea and Singapore.
    ART22203
  31. Douglas, Irving and Sage
    [23 December 1944]
    Series: Australian War Memorial
    General Sir Thomas A. Blamey, Commander in Chief, Allied Land Forces, South West Pacific Area, standing on the steps at Victoria Barracks with women members from the services. Left to right: Lieutenant Colonel M. S. Douglas, Controller, Australian Army Medical Women's Service (AAMWS) Land HQ; Colonel Sybil H. Irving MBE, Controller, Australian Women's Army Service (AWAS), Land HQ, and Colonel A. M. Sage RRC, Matron in Chief, Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS). Melbourne, Vic.
    100671
  32. Group portrait of Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS) nurses, who were former prisoners of war (POWs
    [18 October 1945]
    Series: Australian War Memorial
    Group portrait of Australian Army Nursing Service (AANS) nurses, who were former prisoners of war (POWs), aboard the hospital ship Manunda on its arrival. Most of the nurses were staff members of the 2/10th and 2/13th Australian General Hospital (2/10AGH and 2/13AGH) and the 2/4th Casualty Clearing Station (2/4CCS) who have returned from Malaya. Known to be in the photograph are: Christien 'Chris' Oxley, Jean 'Jennie' Greer, Beryl 'Woodie' Woodbridge, Florence 'Trot' Trotter, Eileen 'Shortie' Short, Jessie Blanch, Valerie Smith, Violet McElnea, Betty 'Jeff' Jeffrey, Nesta James, Pat Blake, Janet P. 'Pat' Gunther, Jess Doyle, Cecilia E. M. 'Del' Delforce, Iole Harper, Sylvia Muir, Joyce 'Tweedie' Tweddell, V. Haig, Wilma Oram, Jean Ashton, Jessie Simons, Ada C. 'Mickey' Syer and Veronica R. Clancy. The woman in the centre wearing the dress uniform and hat is Colonel Annie M. Sage, Matron-in-Chief of the AANS. The woman in the foreground, standing behind the two seated nurses on the right, is Captain E. Mavis Hannah (later Allgrove) and the tall woman third from the right holding flowers is Vivian Bullwinkel. A number of the nurses are holding bouquets of flowers that have been sent by their families. Many of these nurses became prisoners of war (POWs) when they were captured by the Japanese after the fall of Singapore in February 1942 and survived captivity. Bullwinkel survived the massacre of 21 nurses on Radji Beach, Banka Island on 16 February 1942.
    P01701.003

Encyclopedia of Australian Science

  1. Sage, Annie Moriah
    Published: The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre
    Series: Encyclopedia of Australian Science
  2. In Pursuit of Nursing Excellence: a History of the Royal College of Nursing, Australia 1949-1999
    Smith, Russel G.
    Published: Oxford University Press, Melbourne, 1999
  3. Revolutions and Rosewater: the Evolution of Nurse Registration in Victoria, 1923-1973
    Minchin, Maureen Kathryn
    Published: Victorian Nursing Council, Melbourne, 1977
  4. Matron A.M. Sage 'Sammie': a Tribute by Betty Jeffrey
    Jeffrey, Betty
    Published: Herald Gravure Printers, 1970?
  5. Where are the Women in Australian Science?
    McCarthy, Gavan; Morgan, Helen; Smith, Ailie; van den Bosch, Alan
    Published: Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2003
  6. Sage, Annie Moriah (1895-1969), army matron-in-chief
    McCarthy, Janice
    Published: Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, 2002
    Series: Australian Dictionary of Biography, 16, 166
  7. Victoria's Living Memorial: History of the Nurses Memorial Centre, 1948-1990
    Williams, Jennifer A.
    Published: Nurses Memorial Centre, Melbourne, 1991
  8. White Coolies
    Jeffrey, Betty
    Published: Angus and Robertson, Sydney, 1954
  9. Who's Who in Australia 1944
    Alexander, John A.
    Published: The Herald and Weekly Times Ltd, Melbourne, 1944

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