October 25, 1819, London, England.

1913, Overton, Flintshire, England.


Mary was the daughter of George Henry Hooper of Stanmore, Middlesex, England. In 1841 she married Joseph Maude, sometime Vicar of Chirk (between Wrexham & Oswestry), and Canon of St. Asaph (?–1887). Her works include:

  1. Almighty God, Who Dwellest Not in Temples Made with Hands
  2. Thine Forever! God of Love