Elizabeth Freeman Elliott

(Died 27/06/1898)

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Born: England Certified Father: William Elliot (Died 00/00/0000)
Died: 27/06/1898 Certified Mother: Maria Freeman (Died 00/00/1870)
Children: Maria Freeman Byram (00/00/1849 - 06/11/1938)
Elizabeth Byram (30/03/1854 - 14/10/1920)
William James Byram (03/12/1861 - 10/03/1922)
George Elliot Byram (17/09/1865 - 29/09/1875)
Siblings:

Married:
Abraham Robertson Byram on 00/00/1872 at Queensland, Australia Certified

Notes

Elizabeth Freeman Elliott came to Australia at the age of 27 from Northumberland, England with husband Abraham Byram (age 27) and daughter Maria Byram (aged 3), on the ship 'Parsee' on 17 January 1853 (Location IMM/115, Page 46, M/f no. M1696 - Queensland State Archives)

Note: Elizabeth's surname on the shipping records is listed as 'Byram' but there is a marriage reference in 1872 in Queensland. So they either married twice, or she said she was married when they boarded the ship to Australia.

The shipping records also state that she could both read and write. (Source: http://www.chapelhill.homeip.net/FamilyHistory/Photos/Moggill-cemetery-Brisbane/bruce/atol.html)

The British ship PARSEE was built at St. John, New Brunswick, in 1851. 1060/1170 tons; 172 x 32.4 x 22.5 feet (length x beam x depth of hold).

Marriage Ref: 1872/C000560

Death Ref: 1898/C003456

Burried: 28/06/1898

Burried at Toowong Cemetery in the same grave as George Elliot Byram, Abram Robertson Byram and William James Byram.

Portion 1, Section 19, Grave Number 6

Queensland State Archives Index to Wills - 1857 to 1900: BYRAM Elizabeth Freeman, Will Number: 10087 QSA, Location: SCT/P369, Microfilm Number: Z222 (Source: http://www.archives.qld.gov.au/downloads/Indexes/Wills%20AAROE%20to%20COLLEY.pdf)


Death Notice in the Courier Mail on Wednesday 29 June 1898:

BYRAM - On the 27th June, at Manly, Elizabeth Freeman, relict of the late A. R. Byram, and formerly of North Shields, England, aged 74 years.


The Brisbane Courier, 24 February 1898:
SOCIAL GOSSIP
Mrs W. J. Hartley (Mackay) is visiting her mother, Mrs Byram, at Manly. she is accompanied by her daughters, Miss Hartley and Miss Hilda Hartley.




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