In 1850s she married James Kennedy.
- "When I was married it was in the evening and my father laid in twenty gallons of liquor for the wedding."
- —Grace about her wedding.
Wedding of Sally and Gordon HillEdit
- "So you're the Miss Shirley I've always heard so much of. You ain't a bit like a Miss Shirley I once knew. She had such beautiful eyes."
- —Grace to Anne Shirley.
Aunt Mouser was evidently a joke among the young fry of the area. Possessing a gift for drawing out annoyance in near everybody, she made Nora Nelson very stormily angry. As a wedding gift to each of the Nelson girls for their weddings she gave them a silver butter dish.
Aunt Mouser's parting 'felicity' concerning Nora's wedding was... "Well, I can only hope this won't be a case of marrying in haste and repenting at leisure!"
A fat, 'pop-eyed', brown old lady, she moves in 'the atmosphere of mothballs', and has a chronically worried expression—and looks a great deal like a hunting pussy-cat.
Similar to Aunt Mary Maria in many ways, she enjoys prying into other matters. Dr. Nelson joked about Aunt Mouser's Felicities.
Grace is a female given name of Latin origin meaning kindness, favour, esteem.