Born Neutral Bay, Sydney Australia 24 Jun 1872 Died Wellington 27 Nov 1960
Educated at Cheltenham Ladies' College, then at a Girls' High School, Dulwich, north London.
Returned to Sydney in 1881, attending Abbotsleigh Girls' School, then Sydney Girls' High School
At Sydney University completed a BSc in geology and biology.
Medical College for Women, Edinburgh 1896-1899
First female to graduate with honours in science
RMO, Stirling District Asylum, near Edinburgh 1900
RMO, Callan Park Asylum, Sydney 1901
Came to NZ in 1905 to buy practice of Dr Isabella Watson in Wellington
Honorary Children's Physician, Wellington Hospital 1912 - 1915
Medical Officer, St Helen's Hospital Wellington
Photograph from the biography of Agnes Bennett by Cecil and Celia Manson
WW1 service: first female captain in the RAMC; MO, Scottish Women's Hospital in Greece;
served with the French Red Cross, then with NZMC.
RMO, Glasgow Royal Infirmary during the influenza epidemic in 1918
MO, Chatham Islands 1947
The photograph was taken in Edinburgh in 1899, when Agnes was a member of the Women's Medical School Committee