Elizabeth (Mender) Elliott ( Brazier (1828 - 1918)

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Elizabeth (Mender) Elliott
1828 - 1918
updated January 18, 2020
Elizabeth (Mender) Elliott ( Brazier, mother to 3 children, was born in 1828. She was born into the Mender family and married into the Elliott family. Elizabeth's partner was George Brazier, and they gave birth to Eliza Ann (Brazier) Hodson, Josiah Henry Brazier, and Mary Brazier. She also married John Elliott. Elizabeth died in 1918 in West Melbourne, VIC Australia at age 90.

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Elizabeth (Mender) Elliott ( Brazier

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The Argus, Melbourne. 19th January 1918.
ELLIOTT - BRAZIER.
On the 17th June, at 26 Chetwynd street,
West Melbourne, Elisabeth, relict of the
late John Elliott, and beloved mother of
Josiah H. Brazier, also the late Mrs. W.
Hodson, Mrs. J. Parsons, Mrs. C. English,
Laura H., and Mary Brazier.
Aged 80 years. A colonist of 65 years.

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In 1828, in the year that Elizabeth (Mender) Elliott ( Brazier was born, on April 20th, French explorer René Caillié became the first non-Muslim to enter Timbuktu and to later return alive. He gave Europeans a first hand description of the city. He was awarded a prize of 10,000 francs for his trip - offered by the Société de Géographie.

In 1838, by the time she was just 10 years old, on January 11th in New Jersey, Samuel Morse and two others first publicly demonstrated Morse's new invention - the telegraph. Patented by Morse in 1837, the electrical telegraph used a code developed by him and his assistant, Samuel Vail, and sent a message two miles. In 1844, Morse broadcast from Washington DC to Baltimore Maryland the message "What hath God wrought" and the telegraph took off.

In 1867, she was 39 years old when on February 17th, the first ship passed through the newly completed Suez Canal. The Canal allowed ships to travel more quickly - and a shorter distance - between the North Atlantic and northern Indian Oceans.

In 1889, by the time she was 61 years old, on May 31st, the South Fork Dam collapsed. Located in western Pennsylvania, the dam failed - sending more than 20 million tons of water into the towns below it. The flood killed more than 2,200 people in and around Johnstown. The newly formed Red Cross responded to the disaster.

In 1918, in the year of Elizabeth (Mender) Elliott ( Brazier's passing, on November 11th, an armistice was signed between the Allies and Germany, ending the fighting on the Western Front in World War I. This meant a complete defeat of Germany although Germany never formally surrendered. It took another six months of negotiations to sign an actual peace treaty between the warring parties.

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