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a. Note:   ntic to South America. They had three children, Gladys Mostyn Watkins, Elaine Mostyn Watkins, and Roger Mostyn Watkins. Edward Watkins died in Rio de Janeiro from Sceptocemia. Emma Watkins returned to England and was then offered a home for her and her children by Edward's brother Arthur Mostyn Watkins who had emigrated to South Africa where he practised as a solicitor in Humansdorp, Cape. Florence took up the offer and moved out to South Africa. Arthur Watkins was Mayor of Humansdorp. He subsequently married Florence and a public holiday was declared in Humansdorp to mark the occaision of the wedding. There was one other problem and that was that the Anglican church would not marry them as Arthur was Florence's brother-in-law - so they were married in the Dutch Reform Church. While Arthur Watkins became step-father to Florence's children, he and Florence had no children of their own.
Note:   MARRIAGE: Florence Lucie Macqueen first marrried Edward Herbert Mostyn Watkins in 1913. Edward Watkins was an employee of Western Telephone Co. that operated the communication system across the Atla


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