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Mary Keith
Biographical information
Born

1850s

Died

October 1881

Also known as

Mrs. Keith

Physical information
Gender

Female

Hair colour

Blonde (possibly)

Eye colour

Hazel (possibly)

Skin colour

Fair

Family information
Family members
Affiliation
Family

Keith family

Mary Keith was the mother of Davy and Dora Keith.

Biography

Early life

Mary was most likely born in the early 1850s, possibly in East Grafton. She was raised there and attended school at the age of six. Later she met Mr. Keith, a third cousin of Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, and accepted his proposal.

Marriage

They married probably in 1874. One year later, Mary gave birth to twins and named them Davy and Dora. Both looked like her with golden curls and hazel eyes. However, Dora was quieter, and Davy was a "holy terror", as Mrs. Lynde called him when the children came to Green Gables.

A few years later, her husband died and she lived alone with her children. When Davy and Dora were six years old, she was often ill. Marilla used to visit her. Mary was afraid about her children and Marilla promised her that she and Anne Shirley would take care of them in Avonlea.

Death

Before her death, she told Davy to watch over his sister, and be a gentleman. Mary Keith died in October 1881 and was buried in the East Grafton graveyard.

Personality

Physical appearance

Etymology

Mary is a female given name of Latin origin and means beloved.

Behind the scenes

Portrayal

  • Coral Atkins portrayed Mary in the first episode of the 1975 TV series Anne of Avonlea.

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Anne of Green Gables Wiki has 2 images of Mary Keith (view category).

Appearances

Book appearances

TV series appearances

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