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Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine - - QUESTIONS & ANSWERS -

She’s not Olive Cooke, the poppy seller from Bris­tol who sadly died re­cently, so can any­one can help us to iden­tify her? David Brown, by email Adams in Kid­der­min­ster, Worces­ter­shire, in 1875. We be­lieve they were in South Africa at the time of the 1881 census. Their daugh­ter Edith Maud was born in 1880 in the Cape of Good Hope. Other chil­dren were born in Le­ices­ter, Wolver­hamp­ton and Kid­der­min­ster be­tween 1884 and 1889. In 1891 and 1901, Selina and chil­dren were in Wolver­ley (near Kid­der­min­ster) and in 1911 in Kid­der­min­ster town. Each time Selina was listed as mar­ried. When she died in 1921 she was iden­ti­fied as a widow. Any ideas where I can try next?

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