This may be Dolly Goulstone who I knew as a small boy when my family went to Weston-super-Mare for summer and Christmas holidays in the 1950s. She was a long-term resident with my great-great aunts, Hannah and Aggie Ritchie, who ran a boarding house at Maycot, 12 Beaufort Road, Weston. Dolly was totally blind. Although she wasn't related to me, I knew her as Auntie Dolly. I have her recorded as living later at 33 Milton Brow, Weston, although I don't remember meeting her there.
The oldest of the four Ritchie sisters was my mother's maternal grandmother, although she died before the war. My father first met my mother early in the war when he and a friend stayed at Maycot for a holiday. He knew Dolly from his visits there. He's now 96 and has been telling me what he can remember of her.
He says she was blinded in a massacre of Armenians.
My father was called up in 1942, and after being at the liberation of Rome he was sent for mountain warfare training in Lebanon. He had some time off in Jerusalem and on Dolly's behalf he went by bus to Ramallah to see a friend of hers who was a fellow survivor of the incident. He remembers the friend's name as Kakichian (?) although he doesn't know how it's spelled, and that she was running a school for blind children.
I too would be interested in finding out more about Dolly.