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Mary E. Ireland (1834–1927)

Ireland, Mrs. Mary E. An American author and translator; born in Calvert, MD, Jan. 9, 1834; died in 1927. She wrote: ‘What I told Dorcas’ (1895); ‘Grandma Elliot’s Farm House’ (1900). Among her numerous translations from the German are: ‘Betty’s Decision’ (1886); ‘The Doctor’s Family’ (1896); ‘Stolen for Ransom’ (1901); ‘Eric’s Vacation’ (1901).