December 1, 1832, Salem, Massachusetts.
May 29, 1887, Chicago, Illinois.
- Ethel Gray (used until 1867, when she began publishing under her married name, Wyeth)
Mary’s parents were Benjamin Brown Chamberlain and Jane Elizabeth Targee. In 1833, her family moved to St. Louis, Missouri, where she grew up. She married Dr. George Morris Wyeth, Jr., grandson of Joshua Wyeth, who was in the Boston Tea Party. She lived for a time in Jacksonville, Florida where she appears in the 1884 directory as an authoress.
Wyeth’s works include:
- The Victor of Cross Road Mission
- Beyond the Sunrise
- Sunset Gleams from the City of the Mounds, 1852
- Bob Tinker and His Friends (American Tract Society, 1874)
- Margie Hargrave: and the Percy Children (American Tract Society, 1878)
- Maysie’s Star/What Ella Found To Do, 1880
- Blessed Father, with the Morning
- Trusting Thee
- O Land of Life and Beauty
- O Sweet, O Heavenly City