She translated the Luigi Manabreas document, which specified the details of Babbage analytical machine. She specified in her translation that the machine might compose scientific pieces of music of any degree of complexity. In around 1851 she fell ill and physicians diagnosed her illness because of uterine cancer. She was given best treatment whatsoever possible at that time by her physicians but was unable to save her. While treating her for uterine cancer in 1852, she died due to excessive bleeding on November 27, 1852 at a very young age of 36. Her colleagues knew her, as creative intelligent and beautiful women of her time. She left this physical world to heavenly abode leaving the scientific community to rewrite the contribution of her and Charles Babbage as the first inventor of analytical computer.