Elizabeth Catherine Brownlow was born 5 January 1846 in Binda Vale, New South Wales, Australia to William Brownlow (1799-1865) and Selena Eacott (1818-1906) and died 30 June 1914 "Hopeful", Binda, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married William Clements (1842-1904) 22 June 1864 in St James, Binda, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of William Clements and Elizabeth Catherine Brownlow (1846-1914)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Frederick Clements (1865-1911)
Sarah Clements (c1867-1905)
Christopher Clements (1869-1943) 11 January 1869 Binda, New South Wales, Australia 28 February 1943 Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia Emma King (1872-1943)
Maria Clements (1871)
Elizabeth Clements (1874-1888)
Annie Clements (1876-1897) 24 August 1876 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 6 August 1897 "Markdale", Binda, New South Wales, Australia
William Clements (1879-1937)
Alice Clements (1881-1963) 24 August 1881 "Burwood", Binda, New South Wales, Australia 25 July 1963 Narromine, New South Wales, Australia William Henry Selmes (c1875-c1957)
Edna G Clements (1884)
Edith Grace Clements (1887)
James Andrew Clements (1887-1957)
Walter William Clements (1891-1918)


Mrs. Elizabeth Catherine Clements, the widow of the late Mr. William Clements, died at her residence, "Hopeful," Bigga Road, on Tuesday, June 30, aged 69. The deceased had been in very indifferent health for the past two years, and recently was confined to her bed with severe internal and heart troubles. Treatment for a few weeks in a private hospital was thought to have considerably improved her condition, and she was well enough to be removed to her son's home, "Burwood," where she was well cared for for a few weeks. Having a great longing to go home, she was removed thither on the Thursday before her death. The late Mrs. Clements was very highly respected on all hands, and her great heartedness will be remembered long by many who have been indebted to her kindness. The funeral, which was largely attended, proceeded on Thursday last to the family burying ground at "Burwood," where the burial service was read by the Rev. F. Reginald Swyny. A memorial service is to be held later, I believe, at Bigga.

Goulburn Evening Penny Post, 16 July 1914, page 4 Edition: EVENING

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