Early December 1855
Writing as 'the Author of The Victory Won', CM commemorated a friend who had died piously in the Crimean
War in Memorials of Captain Hedley Vicars, Ninety-Seventh Regiment
, in a first edition of ten thousand copies.
CM published a biography of her father
which became one of her best-known works, through R. Carter and Brothers under the name 'His Daughter, the Author of Memorials of Captain Hedley Vicars'.
The Navvy Mission Society was founded by the Rev. Lewis Moule Evans, perhaps in part as a result of the influence of CM's English Hearts and English Hands
, published twenty years earlier.
New Year 1911
CM wrote what proved to be her final New Year booklet, under the highly suitable title The Time is at Hand
. It is the last work that she wrote before suffering a stroke at the end of this same year.
12 December 1912
CM died at 12:50 in the afternoon, probably of bronchitis, a year after suffering a severe stroke.