Elizabeth Huntley GLANVILLE
Also known as: Betty
Died: 1996Additional Information:
1943-45 Nurse and member of Women's Land Army in WWII
1948 - Managed Shell-Ford agency in Darwin after working for Agency for some years delivering cars to remote
areas including Alice Springs
1949 - Road a horse alone from Adelaide to Sydney during the coal strike when the trains could not run. She is possibly the first woman to do so.
1950s - Graduated from Sydney University as Veterinarian and held position of Veterinarian at the University's Veterinary Hospital in Camden NSW.
1964 - Opened her own Veterinarian Clinic at her home in Longueville (a northern suburb of Sydney).
1984 - Retired