1880 - 1948

As Edith Snowdrop Webster, she was born at Manor Park, East Ham, Essex on 26 March 1880, fifth of the seven daughters of Stephen Webster (1846-1915), a printer & stationer, and his wife Elizabeth née French (c1846-12 January 1922), who married at Mile End, London in 1872. In 1901, Edith was a 20-year-old school mistress, living at 7 Blake Hall Road, Wanstead, London with her parents, 55-year-old Stephen, now a provision salesman, and 55-year-old Elizabeth and four sibling sisters, Minnie Elizabeth 27, Jessie Helen 22, Winifred Elizabeth 18 and Florence 16. Edith married in 1916, William Frederick Parsons (12 June 1887-20 October 1967), a trade union agent, and they seem to have hyphenated their name to Webster-Parsons, and in 1939 they were living at Point Farm, Mill Road, Botesdale, Suffolk. As Edith Webster-Parsons, a member of the Ipswich Art Club 1947-1948 and exhibited from Point Farm, The Common, Botesdale in 1947 a watercolour 'Primroses'. Edith Snowdrop Webster-Parsons died at Point Farm, The Common, Botesdale, Suffolk on 7 December 1948, aged 68.

Works by This Artist