Mary Ann Kilner

Standard Name: Kilner, Mary Ann

Connections

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Textual Features Sarah Trimmer
In addition to Catharine Cappe 's work on Sunday schools and versions of fairy stories by Marie-Catherine d'Aulnoy , the magazine reviewed work by a whole library of didactic, pedagogical, or improving writers, reprinted as...
Textual Production Harriet Corp
HC 's publishers were Williams and Smith . Of the nine editions by 1809, some broke her anonymity by giving her name (or got it wrong as Cope). Her book was very successful, though...
Textual Production Charlotte Yonge
CY edited a two-part anthology of fiction for children, A Storehouse of Stories; it features work by Sarah Fielding (unascribed), both Kilner sisters (all ascribed to Dorothy ), and (probably) Sarah Scudgell Wilkinson .
Yonge, Charlotte, editor. A Storehouse of Stories. Macmillan, 1872.
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Timeline

5 February 1836
The children's writerDorothy Kilner died at Stratford near London; she and her sister-in-law, Mary Ann Kilner (1753-1831), published their anonymous, undated works through John Marshall from the 1770s.
30 April 1907
A great-grand-daughter of children's writerMary Ann Kilner inscribed a copy of Mary Ann's Memoirs of a Peg-Top, published around 1785, as a gift to her own grandson Anthony Crookham .