Daughter of Ezra and Clara A. (Nutt) Malloch.
A cenotaph for her exists at the family plot in Cedar Grove Cemetery, in Dorchester, Suffolk Co. MA.
The original listing of burials of those who died in WWI at Base Hospital No. 55 includes:
55. Malloch, Grace L., Nurse, A.N.C., Base Hospital 55.
Died, Jan. 10,1919, Broncho-pneumonia.
Buried, Jan. 11, 1919, at Village Cemetery (near church) at Ecrouves, M-et-M, France.
Grave No. 206. Nearest relative, Mrs. Ezra Malloch (Mother), Dorchester, Mass.
Newspaper Notice: June 15, 1919, Boston Sunday Post.
Miss Grace Malloch. Chief nurse with the First Harvard Hospital Unit who died while in the performance of Duty
"A constellation of 184 gold stars on the service flag of the department of nursing of the American Red Cross at Washington is the silent token of the supreme sacrifice made by American nurses during the war, at home and overseas. The flag will, in all probability, eventually carry at least 200 stars. Two of the stars represent young women who graduated from Boston hospital and served and died overseas.....Miss Malloch whose home was in Boston, was a graduate of Faulkner Hospital in Jamaica Plain. She was a member of the first Harvard unit and served at Base Hospital No. 22, A.E.F. in 1915. She was one of the Boston nurses who went to Halifax with the Red Cross commission at the time of the disaster in that city. She was assigned to Evacuation Hospital No 11 in the Argonne Forest sector in 1917, serving there through 1917 and 1918. She was chief nurse of the operating room at No. 11. She rejoined her unit at Toul on Dec. 6 of last year and died in the line of duty on Jan. 10, 1919."
Gold Star Record of Massachusetts
MALLOCH, Grace Lee, Nurse: died 10 Jan 1919 [at Base Hospital 55, Toul] of disease. Called to active duty 27 April 1918 from civil life; assigned to Base Hospital, Camp Devens; trans. 30 July to Mobilization Station; 24 Aug. to Camp Hospital 33; 13 Sept. to Base Hospital 55; 17 Sep to Base Hospital 15; 4 Dec to Base Hospital 55. Overseas 26 Aug 1918. Born 2 Dec 1878 at Sudbury [MA], daughter of Ezra (born in New Brunswick, died in 1914) and Clara A. (Nutt) Malloch; sisters of E. Louise Gertrude and Clara A. Nurse. Cited for conspicuous and meritorious service at Base Hospital 55.
Gravesite Details Her name appears in the cemetery database as Grace Malloch.