Emily Griffin, 18461908 (aged 61 years)

Birth August 17, 1846 32 18
Occupation
Piano teacher

Birth of a brotherDaniel Amos Griffin
September 17, 1848 (aged 2 years)
Baptism January 24, 1849 35 20 (aged 2 years)
Baptism of a brotherDaniel Amos Griffin
January 24, 1849 (aged 2 years)
Birth of a sisterAdeline Jane Griffin
September 1850 (aged 4 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number V18501782 121A/1850

Baptism of a sisterAdeline Jane Griffin
November 24, 1852 (aged 6 years)

Source:

Footnote: Mary Wade to Us

Birth of a sisterMatilda Griffin
July 19, 1853 (aged 6 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number V18581830 121A/1858

Birth of a sisterAngelina Mary Griffin
October 9, 1855 (aged 9 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number V18551968 121A/1855

Birth of a sisterSelina Griffin
August 10, 1857 (aged 10 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 12294/1857

Birth of a brotherFrederick Lowe Griffin
June 1, 1859 (aged 12 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 14135/1859

Birth of a brotherGeorge Herbert Griffin
June 26, 1861 (aged 14 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 143/1861

Birth of a sisterAlice Amelia Griffin
July 6, 1863 (aged 16 years)

Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 15058/1863

Death of a maternal grandmotherElizabeth Brooker
about 1863 (aged 16 years)
Note: I can't locate evidence of Elizabeth's death. A fe…

I can't locate evidence of Elizabeth's death. A few researchers on Ancestry have recorded her death as being in 1865. The only death listed for an Elizabeth Low/e in the New South Wales BDM is a different Elizabeth. This Elizabeth was 21 at the time of death when cross referenced with Trove records.

The majority of researchers have listed her death as being 1863 in Victoria. There is only one Eliza Lowe listed for that year, but she was a 1 year old.

There is an Elizabeth Low death record for 1853 at Camperdown, Newtown, New South Wales. The age of her death matches Elizabeth's year of birth. This could possibly be the right match

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Birth of a sisterClara Griffin
March 23, 1865 (aged 18 years)

Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 16892/1865

MarriageCharles MorrisView this family
November 15, 1865 (aged 19 years)
Birth of a sonCharles Henry Thomas Morris
October 3, 1866 (aged 20 years)
Birth of a sonGeorge Herbert Morris
April 15, 1868 (aged 21 years)
Birth of a sisterAda Sophia Griffin
June 6, 1868 (aged 21 years)

Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 18159/1868

Birth of a daughterEmily Lowe Morris
1870 (aged 23 years)
Birth of a sonAlfred Edgar Morris
1872 (aged 25 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 16831/1872

Birth of a daughterLila Shepherdess Morris
1874 (aged 27 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 18372/1874

Birth of a daughterMildred Sophia Morris
February 16, 1876 (aged 29 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 22496/1876

Marriage of a childJohn Brook TozerEmily Lowe MorrisView this family
1890 (aged 43 years)
Marriage of a childGeorge Herbert MorrisSarah H DavisView this family
1892 (aged 45 years)
Burial of a motherSophia Lowe
March 1893 (aged 46 years)
Death of a motherSophia Lowe
March 29, 1893 (aged 46 years)
Marriage of a childCharles Harold Wren WestMildred Sophia MorrisView this family
January 15, 1896 (aged 49 years)
Source:

Footnote: 'Mary Wade to Us' p.174

Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 2059/1896

Death of a fatherDaniel Griffin
January 2, 1904 (aged 57 years)
Burial of a fatherDaniel Griffin
January 3, 1904 (aged 57 years)
Note: Funeral Notice, Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, New…

Funeral Notice, Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, New South Wales : 1856 - 1950) Wednesday 6 January 1904 p 2 Article

Mr. Daniel Griffin, one of tho oldest residents of the district, died on Saturday last at his residence, Smith-street, at the advanced age of 90 years, the actual cause of death being senile decay. The old gentleman enjoyed the best of health up to about six months ago, since when he gradually became weaker until Saturday, when he peacefully passod away.

Eight daughters and three sons are left to mourn their loss. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon, Rev. G. D'Aroy -Irvine officiating at the grave at tho Church of England Cemetery.

Marriage of a childAlfred Ernest GrangeLila Shepherdess MorrisView this family
1907 (aged 60 years)
Source:

Footnote: 'Mary Wade to Us' p.174

Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 11700/1907

Death of a husbandCharles Morris
before 1908 (aged 61 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 9757/1876

Death January 25, 1908 (aged 61 years)
Cause of death: Accident - killed by a train at Stanwell Park Railway Station
Burial January 27, 1908 (2 days after death)
Note: Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, New South Wales : 1…

Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, New South Wales : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 28 January 1908 p 2 Article

RAILWAY ACCIDENT. AN OLD RESIDENT KILLED. OTHERS INJURED. The town was thrown into a com motion on Saturday evening last when it became known that a railway accident had occurred at Stanwell Park by which Mrs Morris, a well known and highly respected resident of Wollongong, had met her death, and a number of others were in jured. The news first came through to Inspector Pountney, who quickly con veyed the sad news to Mr J. Brook Tozer, son-in-law of the deceased, with whom the lady resided. The news obtainable was of a very mea gre description, and it was not known for several hours who the other sufferers were. The train was running as a relief train, and left Wollongong ahead of the ordin ary 3.30 p.m. train. The accident was caused by the left front wheel of the front bogey of an American first class car leaving the rail about fifty chains south of the Stanwell Park railway station. After travelling in this manner for some distance the whole bogey left the line, and foul ing the points was capsized within a chain or two of the platform. The car contained a number of passen gers, amongst whom were Mrs Mor ris' two grand-children named West, and her friend Mrs Ward, who suffer ed the fracture of a leg, while one of the children was badly cut. Mrs W. S. Brown, of Parramatta, who had been spending some weeks in Wollon gong, with her two children, were in the carriage, but escaped injury, as also did Mr Garlick, of Woonona, and Mr. L. F. White, of the Bank of New South Wales, Wollongong. Another passenger named Harold Al cock, received cuts on the legs. The injured were taken on to Sydney after receiving first aid from some, members of the Wollongong Fire Bri gade, who happened to be on board the train. The body of Mrs Morris was brought back to Wollongong for interment, but it was not until 10.30 p.m. that the remains arrived, and were conveyed to the residence of Mr Tozer. The funeral took place yester day afternoon, the coffin being taken into St. Michael's Church. The church service was conducted by the Rev. Edward Lampard, assisted by the Rev. R. Hunter. Mr Lampard de livered an appropriate address, in which he expressed his deep sym pathy with the bereaved relatives. He referred to the very excellent char acter borne by the deceased lady, who had for a number of years offi ciated as organist of the church, and had ever taken an interest in church work. As the procession left the church for the cemetery, the Dead March in Saul was played by Mr C. A. Jarman. The deceased lady was a daughter of the late Mr Daniel Griflin, of Wollongong. Her husband died several years ago, leav ing his widow with a family of five children, all of whom, survive her, viz., Mr G. H. Morris, of Sydney, Mr R. E. Morris, of Coonamble, Mrs C. H. West, Mrs A. E. Grgnge, and Mrs J. BrookTozer, Wollongong. She was also a sister-in-law of Mr Richardson, Commissioner for Rail ways. She was of a gentle, retiring disposition, and was very much be loved by all who knew her. The deepest sympathy is felt, for the be reaved family.

Family with parents
father
18141904
Birth: 1814
Death: January 2, 1904Smith Street, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
mother
18281893
Birth: April 14, 1828 24 17Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 29, 1893Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: December 1, 1845Yass, New South Wales, Australia
23 years
younger sister
18681923
Birth: June 6, 1868 54 40
Death: September 25, 1923Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia
-18 years
younger sister
18501942
Birth: September 1850 36 22Charcoal Creek, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: June 18, 1942Richmond, New South Wales, Australia
13 years
younger sister
18631920
Birth: July 6, 1863 49 35
Death: January 21, 1920North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
-8 years
younger sister
18551934
Birth: October 9, 1855 41 27Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: December 31, 1934Roseville, New South Wales, Australia
10 years
younger sister
18651953
Birth: March 23, 1865 51 36
Death: October 25, 1953Epping, New South Wales, Australia
-17 years
younger brother
Daniel Amos and Family Griffin jpg.jpg
18481934
Birth: September 17, 1848 34 20Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: November 7, 1934North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
-2 years
herself
18461908
Birth: August 17, 1846 32 18Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 25, 1908Stanwell Park, New South Wales, Australia
13 years
younger brother
18591937
Birth: June 1, 1859 45 31Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: October 29, 1937Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
younger brother
18611933
Birth: June 26, 1861 47 33Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: November 1, 1933Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia
-8 years
younger sister
18531947
Birth: July 19, 1853 39 25Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 17, 1947Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
younger sister
18571936
Birth: August 10, 1857 43 29Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 5, 1936
Family with Charles Morris
husband
18391908
Birth: June 16, 1839Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia
Death: before 1908Richmond, New South Wales, Australia
herself
18461908
Birth: August 17, 1846 32 18Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 25, 1908Stanwell Park, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: November 15, 1865Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
son
son
18661867
Birth: October 3, 1866 27 20Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 13, 1867Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
19 months
son
18681909
Birth: April 15, 1868 28 21Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 31, 190946 Darling Street, Balmain, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
18701919
Birth: 1870 30 23Richmond, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 29, 1919Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
18721942
Birth: 1872 32 25Richmond, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1942Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
18741957
Birth: 1874 34 27Richmond, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1957Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
18761942
Birth: February 16, 1876 36 29Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1942Petersham, New South Wales, Australia
Burial

Illawarra Mercury (Wollongong, New South Wales : 1856 - 1950) Tuesday 28 January 1908 p 2 Article

RAILWAY ACCIDENT. AN OLD RESIDENT KILLED. OTHERS INJURED. The town was thrown into a com motion on Saturday evening last when it became known that a railway accident had occurred at Stanwell Park by which Mrs Morris, a well known and highly respected resident of Wollongong, had met her death, and a number of others were in jured. The news first came through to Inspector Pountney, who quickly con veyed the sad news to Mr J. Brook Tozer, son-in-law of the deceased, with whom the lady resided. The news obtainable was of a very mea gre description, and it was not known for several hours who the other sufferers were. The train was running as a relief train, and left Wollongong ahead of the ordin ary 3.30 p.m. train. The accident was caused by the left front wheel of the front bogey of an American first class car leaving the rail about fifty chains south of the Stanwell Park railway station. After travelling in this manner for some distance the whole bogey left the line, and foul ing the points was capsized within a chain or two of the platform. The car contained a number of passen gers, amongst whom were Mrs Mor ris' two grand-children named West, and her friend Mrs Ward, who suffer ed the fracture of a leg, while one of the children was badly cut. Mrs W. S. Brown, of Parramatta, who had been spending some weeks in Wollon gong, with her two children, were in the carriage, but escaped injury, as also did Mr Garlick, of Woonona, and Mr. L. F. White, of the Bank of New South Wales, Wollongong. Another passenger named Harold Al cock, received cuts on the legs. The injured were taken on to Sydney after receiving first aid from some, members of the Wollongong Fire Bri gade, who happened to be on board the train. The body of Mrs Morris was brought back to Wollongong for interment, but it was not until 10.30 p.m. that the remains arrived, and were conveyed to the residence of Mr Tozer. The funeral took place yester day afternoon, the coffin being taken into St. Michael's Church. The church service was conducted by the Rev. Edward Lampard, assisted by the Rev. R. Hunter. Mr Lampard de livered an appropriate address, in which he expressed his deep sym pathy with the bereaved relatives. He referred to the very excellent char acter borne by the deceased lady, who had for a number of years offi ciated as organist of the church, and had ever taken an interest in church work. As the procession left the church for the cemetery, the Dead March in Saul was played by Mr C. A. Jarman. The deceased lady was a daughter of the late Mr Daniel Griflin, of Wollongong. Her husband died several years ago, leav ing his widow with a family of five children, all of whom, survive her, viz., Mr G. H. Morris, of Sydney, Mr R. E. Morris, of Coonamble, Mrs C. H. West, Mrs A. E. Grgnge, and Mrs J. BrookTozer, Wollongong. She was also a sister-in-law of Mr Richardson, Commissioner for Rail ways. She was of a gentle, retiring disposition, and was very much be loved by all who knew her. The deepest sympathy is felt, for the be reaved family.