EDDY Family of Cornwall

Elizabeth CLEMENSAge: 85 years18041890

Name
Elizabeth CLEMENS
Given names
Elizabeth
Surname
CLEMENS
Christening November 4, 1804
MarriageJohn EDDYView this family
May 26, 1822 (Age 17 years)
Christening of a sonJohn Clemence EDDY
February 12, 1826 (Age 21 years)
Christening of a sonJames EDDY
July 6, 1828 (Age 23 years)
Christening of a sonWilliam EDDY
March 4, 1833 (Age 28 years)
Christening of a sonRichard EDDY
May 21, 1837 (Age 32 years)
Marriage of a childJohn Clemence EDDYMary Ann NANKERVISView this family
March 15, 1845 (Age 40 years)
Shared note: Notes from Geoff McKee: John EDDY (son of John EDDY and Elizabeth CLEMENS) (19) married Mary Ann NANKERVIS (daughter of Thomas NEKERWISE and Margaret OATS) (18) 15 Mar 1845 St Just by banns, he single, both of this parish, in the presence of John EDDY sen. and John TREGEAR.
Marriage of a childJames EDDYJane URENView this family
August 27, 1848 (Age 43 years)
Shared note: Notes from Geoff McKee: James EDDY (son of John EDDY and Elizabeth CLEMENS) miner of Trevegean, bachelor (20) married Jane UREN (daughter of Benjamin UREN and Grace ?) spinster of Churchtown (19) 27 Aug 1848 St Just by banns, both single, both of this parish.
Marriage of a childJames EDDYElizabeth SANGSTERView this family
1866 (Age 61 years)
Death of a husbandJohn EDDY
before 1890 (Age 85 years)
Death September 25, 1890 (Age 85 years)
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: July 28, 1799St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England
5 years
herself
Family with John EDDY - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: May 26, 1822St Just in Penwith, Cornwall, England
4 years
son
2 years
son
5 years
son
4 years
son

Shared note

Possibly the second Elizabeth - presumably the first died in infancy.

Elizabeth was recorded as a widow and was living with her son James when she died.

An alternate baptism from Colin M Thomas is 8 Apr 1809 in St Just in Penwith.

Buried in a SANGSTER grave - her son James's 2nd wife was Elizabeth SANGSTER.

From http://www.familyorigins.net/pages1/eclemens.htm: Extract from local newspaper, Tarrengower Times, Saturday, September 27, 1890: Thanks to Maldon Museum and Archives Association (http://www.mountalexander.vic.gov.au/tourism/Tmaldmus.htm) Another of the old identities of the Maldon district has passed away from our midst to join the "great majority". The deceased, Mrs Eddy, who was born at St. Just, in Cornwall, in 1796, completed her 94th birthday in May last. She came out to the colonies - to South Australia - over 40 years ago, and shortly afterwards came to Victoria. Mrs Eddy has been a resident of Maldon for some 35 years, during which time she has seen many changes. Some twelve years ago the old lady was deprived from her eye-sight and became totally helpless. but she was. however, well taken care of by her son James. Not withstanding the loss of sight she retained a wonderfully retentive memory, and conversed to the last of the wonderful times and changes she had witnessed in the old country. The old lady died of senility (old age), passing away peacefully in her sleep. Mrs Eddy was the first of the denomination of "Bible Christians" who came out to the colonies. she having joined the body in 1814, when 18 years old. The remains of the venerable old colonist will be consigned to their last resting place, the Maldon cemetery, at 3 o'clock this day.