This subseries contains both handwritten and typed annual lists of where the Sisters would be posted geographically and the types of work that they would be doing including nursing and school postings. There is a handwritten list from 1911. These lists were compiled annually. When the congregation first started working in the London diocese, the Sisters worked to respond to apparent needs in the community and assignments were based on knowledge and skills. Typical occupational work for the Sisters was in either education or nursing.
This subseries contains typed lists of Sisters by their residences which include the heads of each residence. Earlier lists contain the addresses for each of the residences and later lists contain direct contact information for each Sister including phone numbers with personal extensions. This subseries also contains a list of name changes for both active Sisters and Sisters who withdrew. This list reflects the religious names given when Sisters took their vows as well as changes back to baptismal names after the Second Vatican Council.
This subseries includes typed lists of the Sisters who withdrew from the congregation. These lists document their religious names, birth names, and dates of their final vows. Some of the lists also contain information about places of birth, names of parents, and completed education. This subseries also includes three pages of handwritten notes documenting the departure dates of Sisters from the congregation along with their reasons for withdrawing.