Chances are they were a British family temporarily in the area. I think you might have mixed up your details - is she not the Matilda Munton who married John Tipper in 1854 in London?
If so, she's one of several children of William Munton and Elizabeth christened in the British chapel at Boulogne-sur-Mer (can be seen at familysearch.org)
- a marriage in Australia for another of William's daughters.
- death of Elizabeth in France. This gives one of her daughters as Mrs Attwater.
- John Tipper, Matilda's husband, died in 1858.
It appears that Matilda Tipper m. William Attwater in 1860 in NSW, hence her inclusion as Mrs Attwater on her mother's death notice.
- death of a brother in France
- Matilda's death in 1909.
http://www.archivespasdecalais.fr/ has census records but they are not name indexed - you would have to look page-by-page (and there are a lot of pages!). Also indexes of births/marriages/deaths.
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