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The daughter of Francis and Eliza Bull, Winifred was born in Wolverhampton on 1 January 1883. The family were living in Walsall in 1891, and in Burton in 1901. By 1911, Winifred was boarding in the home of Mary Ann Richards in Nottingham, and working as a plain net mender for Boden & Co.

She moved back to Wolverhampton, and lived at “The Wayside”, Park Avenue. From 15 March 1917 until 15 April 1915, she worked for the British Red Cross at Bath War Hospital. Over the course of the First World War, she also worked 90 “odd hours” at Tettenhall VAD hospital, and was awarded the 2 years Service Badge.

Winifred died in Burton upon Trent in 1969.