Margaret Raine Hunt, 1831-1912. Daughter of the antiquarian James Raine, and wife of the artist Alfred Hunt. She wrote long-forgotten novels under her own name and under the pseudonym Averil Beaumont, but achieved immortality by producing the first compete and unexpurgated translation of the Grimms’ Kinder- und Hausmärchen. She and Alfred had three daughters: Violet, Venetia, and Sylvia.
Her translation of Grimm was not used in the Fairy Books, for unknown reasons (probably copyright-related). She does not seem to have known any Norwegian, and her translations of Asbjørnsen and Moe were likely from a German translation.