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Elizabeth Watson (13 July 1900 - 1992) was a Scottish child suffragette and piper. Watson was born in The Vennel area of Edinburgh on 13 July 1900, the daughter of Agnes Newton and Horatio Watson, a bookbinder for George Watson's printing company. Watson was encouraged to take up piping at the age of seven or eight as her parents hoped it would strengthen her lungs against tuberculosis after her aunt Margaret died of the disease.
Bessie Watson, aged 9, dressed for the Womens Franchise Procession and Demonstration in October 1909. Picture: The People's Story, Edinburgh Museums & Galleries. When she turned seven, Bessie’s aunt Margaret contracted tuberculosis - an incident which would change the youngster’s life forever.
As Bessie Watson, she first recorded in 1963, releasing the single "'Deed I Do" backed by the Cannonball Adderley Quintet, on the Riverside label, and then two singles, "I'm In Your Corner" and "Wake Up Crying" on the Jay Pee label. As Tobi Lark, she then recorded several singles for the Palmer, Topper, and . labels, but none achieved much commercial success. Bessie Watson' is featured as a movie character in the following productions: The Mystic Ball (1915).
How do we create a person’s profile? We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile. Photos: 772. Records: 18,517. Family Trees: 112,006,364. Bessie Watson married Ellis P Baird and had 1 child. Relatives of Bessie Watson.
Elizabeth Watson was a Scottish child suffragette and piper.
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Great Yarmouth College of Further Education.