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Marjorie Phillips

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Marjorie Phillips

Secretary to Victor Watson. Somtimes spelt 'Marjory' but the plaque has 'ie'.

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Marjorie Phillips

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Co-op bank - Monoploy

Victor and Marjorie came to London from Leeds specifically to select names fo...

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