Other names: Mary Alice Beatrice
Locations in this story: BristolShaftesbury, DorsetCann, Shaftesbury, DorsetPancras, London
Story: Mary Alice Beatrice Mullins was born in Bristol on 8 Jan 1881 and her birth was registered in Shaftesbury, Dorset. She was baptised at St. Rumbold's Church, Cann, Shaftesbury, Dorset, on 27 Jan 1881 the daughter of Stephen Richard Mullins and his second wife, Mary Emma Mullins (nee Pooley). She lived all her early life in Briscombe Lane, Cann, Shaftesbury. At some point in WW1 she was working as a waitress at a Royal Flying Corps base and was registered as an absent voter in 1918. By 1919 she was living once more at Brinscombe Lane, Cann. There are no records beyond this time except for a possible death in Pancras, London, in 1958 which indicates she remained single. Her father had died in 1916 and her mother spent her last days in the Women's Almshouses, St. James, Shaftesbury, where she died in 1931.