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New Radford Nottingham
She was the daughter of James John and Annie Perkins and the brother of Clarence, Ernest, May, Alfred, Harold and William James Perkins. In 1911 they lived at 1, Chews Yard, Ronald Street, New Radford, Nottingham.
In 1911 she was a cleaner.
20 Jan 1917
Nottingham Daily Express 25th January 1917: 'The death of munition-worker named Edith Perkins, aged 21, which took place at the Nottingham General Hospital on Saturday, [20th January 1917] formed the subject of an inquiry by the City Coroner C. L. Rothera' Nottingham Evening Post 22nd January 1917: 'An inquest was held in a north midland city today on the body of a munitions worker named Edith Perkins and a verdict in accordance with medical evidence was returned.'
FreeBMD Death Index cites 20 as age of death.
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