By Maida Rana
Burwood, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
(Sir) William McMillan, a merchant from Ireland, and his Victorian-born wife Ada Charlotte, née Graham were divorced.
Elizabeth studied art in Paris, mainly at the Académie Julian
She also visited the United States of America and Ireland, and stayed in South Africa
Possibly prompted by her father's financial difficulties, she reacted against her years of 'relatively aimless activity' and began training as a nurse at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney
She transferred to the Australian Army Nursing Service, Australian Imperial Force, in April 1915 and served with the 3rd Australian General Hospital on Lemnos during the Gallipoli Peninsula campaign.
Following the outbreak of World War I, McMillan was one of six nursing sisters who sailed in the hospital ship, Grantala, to support the Australian Naval and Military Expeditionary Force in German New Guinea
Dudley was killed on 31 December 1930 in an air crash at Maryborough
She died of an aortic aneurysm on 9 February 1943 at her Woollahra apartment and was buried in Waverley cemetery