Elizabeth Blackman was born 25 December 1839 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia to Robert Blackman (1811-1876) and Elizabeth Whittaker (1818-1865) and died 25 October 1924 Auburn, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Robert Marjoram (1822-1890) 28 August 1867 in Yetholme, New South Wales, Australia.

Her two children were born before her marriage, and their paternity is unknown.


Offspring of unknown parent and Elizabeth Blackman
Name Birth Death Joined with
Louisa Jane Blackman (1864-1943) 1 June 1864 Sunny Corner, New South Wales, Australia 23 May 1943 Parramatta District Hospital, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia Charles Alexander Lark (1862-1907)
George Walter Marjoram (1866-1949) 4 October 1866 Yetholme, New South Wales, Australia 25 January 1949 Orange, New South Wales, Australia Seymour Louisa Laundess (1872-1943)


Footnotes (including sources)

Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: V18392052 24A/1839.
† Baptism
  • Elizabeth was christened on 12 January 1840 in Bathurst Parish, New South Wales. The ceremony was performed by Charles Woodward, BCL, Chaplain, Church of England.
2 Wedding 2
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 1540/1867
¶ Death
  • Lothe Sharfstein (Medical Attendant) was the medical attendant who last saw deceased 25 October 1924 at the State Hospice and Asylum, Newington, Municipality of Lidcombe. She was late of Grandorow(?) Street ?arre??Atte?.
  • BDM Index ref for death: 16697/1924.
  • MARJORAM.—October 25, 1924, Elizabeth Marjoram, widow of the late Robert Marjoram, of Yetholme, New South Wales, in her 85th year.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 27 October 1924, page 8
  • MARJORAM.—October 25, 1924, Elizabeth Marjoram, dearly-loved sister of H. O. and A. Blackman, Grantham, Platform-street, Lidcombe.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 October 1924, page 8
§ Remains
  • MARJORAM.—The funeral of the late ELIZABETH MARJORAM, late of Parramatta, will take place at the Congregational Cemetery, Rookwood, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) MORNING, at 10.30. Friends are requested to meet at No 1 Mortuary in the Cemetery at 10.15.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 October 1924, page 8