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Times (London)
11 July 1939

News In Brief

Mrs. Eliza Phillips, of Holden Road, Finchley, celebrates her 101st birthday today. She is the widow of Dr. G. Bagster Phillips, who was a medical officer to the Metropolitan Police for many years.


Related pages:
  George Bagster Phillips
       Dissertations: Considerable Doubt and the Death of Annie Chapman 
       Press Reports: Times [London] - 27 March 1940