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Winston Churchill, Parliament Square, London © Sue Lowry & Magellan PR
In 1918, Marigold was born. But in 1921, shortly after Churchill’s mother had died, ‘Duckadilly’, as she was called, contracted septicaemia while on holiday with the children’s governess and died. Both parents were absolutely devastated.
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