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Elizabeth Louise Frazer was born 12 February 1844 in Binda, New South Wales, Australia to Alexander Frazer (c1810-1883) and Margaret McBean (c1811-1894) and died 26 July 1923 Charleville, Queensland, Australia of unspecified causes. She married William Marks (1841-1927) 26 August 1861 in Laggan, New South Wales, Australia.



Children


Offspring of William Marks and Elizabeth Louise Frazer (1844-1923)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Louise Marks (1862-1935) 20 October 1862 Binda, New South Wales, Australia 18 October 1935 Charleville, Queensland, Australia
Emma Jane Marks (1864-1959)
Margaret Ann Marks (1866-1947)
William Alexander Marks (1868-1953)
Elijah James Marks (1870-1941) 1870 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 18 September 1941 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Maud Mary Spreadborough (1880-1965)
Victor Clarence Marks (1872-1963) 12 December 1872 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 4 February 1965 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Catherine Alice Wallis (1873-1950)
May Honor Marks (1876-1954)
Charles Richard Marks (1879-1971) 29 October 1879 Queensland, Australia 30 December 1971 Queensland, Australia Elizabeth May Spreadborough (1884-1971)
Maud Lydia Marks (1882-1949) 3 January 1882 Queensland, Australia 22 May 1949 Sandgate, Queensland, Australia Richard Thompson Savage (1875-1952)
Millicent Patience Marks (1884-1929) 25 March 1884 Charleville, Queensland, Australia 25 November 1929 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Charles Watters McLeod (1884-1971)







Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • The death of Mrs. William Marks, wife of Mr. William Marks, occurred at Charleville on July 26. Deceased, who, with her husband, had been a very highly respected resident of that town for about 40 years, was 79 years of age. She had been married for 62 years.
The Queenslander, 4 August 1923, page 10
§ Remains
  • Funeral of Mrs. W. Marks.—The funeral of the late Mrs. William Marks took place this afternoon, the cortege being a long one. The deceased was held in high esteem by all classes. The Rev. W. F. Eldershaw read an impressive Church of England burial service.
The Brisbane Courier, 28 July 1923, page 9



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