Talk:Brynhild Olivier

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Justification[edit]

@Aarkangel:This article has been deleted several times on the grounds of notability. This is a completely new article. That was a long time ago and views on the erasure of women from history have changed. In particular we now have Women in Red. What is notable is that her father, husband and son all have articles, but not her mother, herself or her daughter. Furthermore, a credible source states that all four sisters are notable (Daily Telegraph June 17, 2016). Brynhild therefore deserves to join her sisters on Wikipedia. --Michael Goodyear   00:04, 27 February 2019 (UTC)

Update. At the time of writing Bryn’s daughter did not have an article. This has now been rectified. --Michael Goodyear   00:16, 27 February 2019 (UTC)
Update. Sarah Watling's biography will be published by Oxford in May 2019, with the title "The Olivier Sisters. A Biography" --Michael Goodyear   15:29, 27 February 2019 (UTC)