The sister of Dorothy, Beatrice was born in Wolverhampton on 19 August 1891. In 1901, the sisters were living with their parents at 57 Compton Road, Wolverhampton. By 1911, Beatrice was a student.
Like her sister, Beatrice also served as a nurse with the British Red Cross during the First World War, from October 1915 until April 1919. She earned one scarlet stripe and two red stripes during the course of her service. She worked in 1st South Military Hospital General, Birmingham, as well as overseas in a Military Hospital in France. During her initial period in England she did the duties of a probationer, then did those of a staff nurse whilst in France.
In 1919, she married Harold A. Harris in Wolverhampton. They had twin daughters Beatrice M. and Dorothy J. in West Bromwich in 1921, and another daughter, Monica C., also in West Bromwich in 1925. By 1939, Beatrice was living with her husband in Birmingham. She died in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1972.