compiler, editor, translator

b. Apr-Jun 1853
Strand, London, Middlesex, England[1][2][3]

d. September 11, 1932[4]


David Edwardes
b. ~May 1802, Maer, Monmouthshire
d. before 1881

m. Jul-Sep 1846, Strand, London[1]

Lydia Elizabeth Adcock
b. ~1815, St Martin in the Fields, London
d. Jul-Sep 1894, Barnet, Hertfordshire


Alice, b. abt. 1851, London[3]


assistant secretary, Registered Nurses' Society (1898)[5]


Surrey, England (1861)[2]
Somerset Rd Cambridge V,
East Barnet, Hertfordshire (1881)[3]
23 Poultons-square, Chelsea, Middlesex (1932)[4]


A Dictionary of Employments Open to Women,
with Details of Wages, Hours of Work, and Other Information,
Leonora "Nora" WYNFORD-PHILIPPS (née Gerstenberg),
assisted by Miss Marian Edwardes, Miss Janet TUCKEY
and Miss Katharine Esther DIXON,
The Women's Institute, London, 1898

A Pocket Lexicon and Concordance to the Temple Shakespeare,
Dent, London, Macmillan, New York, 1909

A Summary of the Literatures of Modern Europe
(England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain) from the Origins to 1400,
Dent, London, 1907 (compiled and arranged by M. E.)

Dictionary of Non-classical Mythology,
co-compiler: Lewis SPENCE,
Dent, London, Dutton, New York, 1912

Dramatis Personae (2nd ed.), Robert BROWNING,
Dent, London, 1906
(edited and bibliographical note prepared by M. E.)

Grimm's Fairy Tales, co-translator: Edgar TAYLOR,
Meek, London, 1876

Grimm's Household Tales, illustrator: Robert Anning BELL,
Dent, London, Dutton, New York, 1912
(edited and partly translated anew by M. E.)

Heidi, Johanna SPYRI,
Dent, London, Dutton, New York, 1910 (from the German)

Modes & Manners of the Nineteenth Century
as Represented in the Pictures and Engravings by the Time,
Max von BOEHN/Oskar FISCHEL,
intro by Grace RHYS (née Little),
Dent, London, Dutton, New York, 1909 (from the German)

Peace and War, Charles Robert RICHET,
Dent, London, 1906 (from the French)

The Sculpture of the West, Dr. Hans STEGMANN,
Dent, London, 1907 (from the German)

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1 FreeBMD
2 1861 England Census
3 1881 England Census
4 England & Wales, National Probate Calendar
(Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941
5 The Nursing Record & Hospital World,
Nov 19, 1898, p. 412