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James Cadzow **
(1783-1834)
Elisabeth Cowie **
(1800-1865)
James Meek
(Abt 1786-Bef 1858)
Catharine Thomson
(ca. 1782-1858)
Michal Cadzow
(1818-1898)
Helen Meek
(1815-1906)

Elizabeth Steadman Cadzow
(1851-1938)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Henry Webster

Elizabeth Steadman Cadzow

  • Born: 23 Mar 1851, Whitburn, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland
  • Christened: 23 Mar 1851, Whitburn, Linlithgow, West Lothian, Scotland
  • Marriage (1): Henry Webster in 1886
  • Died: 28 Mar 1938, Burra, South Australia, Australia at age 87
  • BuriedFem: 29 Mar 1938, Burra Cemetery, Burra, South Australia, Australia
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bullet  General Notes:

Her Obituary appears in the Burra Record 5 April 1938:

Mrs Webster who passed away at her residence, Shafton, near Burra, on March 28th last was a highly es teemed resident of that district for about 34 years. Formerly Elizabeth Steadman Cadzow, she was born at Linlithgowshire, Fauld House, Scotland, on the 23rd March 1852. When ten years of age with her parents she came to Australia in the ship, 'Eastern Empire.' This vessel on its return trip to Scotland with a load of horses for India disappeared and was never heard of again. On leaving school she entered domestic service at Port Lincoln and later came back to Adelaide where she was in the employ of Dr Whittle for some time. On her parents taking up land in 1875 at Mannanarie in the Mid-North, she re turned to her home and assisted them until her marriage to Mr Henry Webster, of Armagh, Clare, in 1886. Her husband then took up land at Yacka where they made their first home. Selling out they next purchased land at Wandearah where they continued farming un til 1904. Then the Shafton estate, near Burra was cut up, Mr Webster acquired portion which he farmed successfully. Mr Webster predeceased his wife in 1923. Some time ago Mrs Webster broke her leg and she has been an invalid ever since. All through her suffering she maintained that sweetness of dis position which was one of her main characteristics coupled with a kindly and hospitable nature that endeared her to a large circle of friends. She leaves a family of three sons and one daughter, Messrs, J. M. & Webster, H. Webster, Springbank and Crawford Webster of Shafton and Mrs Gladys Williamson, of Adelaide and several grand children. The funeral -took place at Koor inga where the service was conduc ted by the Rev. J.P.H. Tilbrook and the funeral arrangements by Messrs C, J. Pearce & Son,


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Elizabeth married Henry Webster, son of John Webster and Unknown, in 1886. (Henry Webster was born on 12 Aug 1854 in Clare, South Australia, Australia and died on 9 Nov 1925 in Burra, South Australia, Australia.)


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