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Mrs. Watson

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Fictional character.


In Conan Doyle stories


In the Sherlock Holmes stories

Wife of Dr. John H. Watson.

  • Mrs. Watson has given Mary Jane her notice as she was incorrigible. (SCAN, 43)

  • Mrs. Watson did needlework when Kate Whitney arrived at the Watson's home. (TWIS, 6)
  • Folk who were in grief came to Mrs. Watson like birds to a lighthouse. (TWIS, 20)
  • She called once her husband James. (TWIS, 23)
  • She was an old friend and school companion of Kate Whitney. (TWIS, 29)

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