Mary Webb ARTOIS

compiler, poetess, translator

b. ~1851[1][2]

d. ?
interment: Feb 13, 1935
Lot 9114, Section 33, Green-Wood Cemetery,
500 25th Street, Brooklyn, New York 11232[3]


Francis Anthony ARTOIS

Rebecca WEBB
b. ~1822
d. May 21, 1899, Manhattan, NYC


Adrian, b. ~1853
Jeanne Rebecca, b. ~1855


New York (1900)[1]
Washington (1920)[2]


as author/compiler:

Poems of Rebecca Couch.
Poems of Samuel Webb.
Poems of Rebecca Webb Artois.
Poems of Mary Webb Artois, 1921

as translator:

Mauprat, George Sand,
Philadelphia, G. Barrie, 1902

The Civil Service: Gaudissart II.
A Prince of Bohemia, Honoré de Balzac,
Philadelphia, George Barrie & Son, 1896

The Complete Writings of Alfred de Musset
The Masterpieces of George Sand

The Thread of Life, Eulalia, Infanta of Spain,
New York, Duffield & Co., 1912

The Toilers of the Sea, Victor Hugo,
Philadelphia, G. Barrie, 1892

Through the Desert, Henryk Sienkiewicz,
New York, Cincinnati, Benziger Brothers, 1912

Timidity. How to Overcome it, Yoritomo Tashi,
New York, London, Funk & Wagnalls Co., 1915


1 1900 United States Federal Census
2 1920 United States Federal Census