Matilda Pitman was the step-mother of Amelia Chapley, the mother-in-law of Robert Chapley and the benefactor of Jims Anderson.


Early lifeEdit

Marriage with Mr. PitmanEdit


Physical appearanceEdit

"She was, in spite of her tinyness, a very striking-looking personage; she was dressed in unrelieved black, had snow-white hair, a dead-white face, and snapping, vivid, coal-black eyes."
Rilla of Ingleside, Chapter 31[src]


Matilda is a female given name of Old German origin and means mighty in battle.


Book appearances

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