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), printer & stationer, and his wife Elizabeth née French (c1846-12 January 1922), who married at Mile End, London in 1872. In 1901, 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, she had several other siblings. 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.

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