Guinevere was born in 1893 in Greefields, Weston Rhyn, Oswestry, her father was a wealthy gentleman and she spent her childhood living with her Aunt, Uncle and Cousins in Ludford, Shropshire and also some time in Wiltshire. Her mother was Mary W Lovett. She married Casper Rudolph Leopold Brunnstrom, a Captain in the Swedish Cavalry.
Guinevere joined Shropshire 40 VAD in 1916 and served until December 1918. In 1916 she worked 2,000 hours that year at Ardmillan House Auxiliary Hospital. She nursed medical and surgical cases. She then moved to Park Hall Military Hospital for 7 months in 1917 and then went to France for 6 months to work in the canteen. Another move sent her to Pentre Pant Cottage Hospital until December 1918.
Guinevere was awarded a blue stripe, an Efficiency Award from the Joint War Committee.
Post War Years
Guinevere moved back to her family home after marriage to Cpt. Brunnstrom, she died in 1956 at the Cottage Hospital in Chirk.