The Courier-Mail, Brisbane, Queensland, Friday 8 June 1934, page 16
The death occurred on Tuesday after a short illness of Mrs Elizabeth Elworthy, a member of one of the early pioneering families of Queensland. The late Mrs Elworthy sailed as a child from England to Queensland with her parents in the Agricola 81 years ago. She was the wife of the late Mr John Elworthy, partner in the old grazing form of Elworthy and Mellor at Imbil and Dovedale in the Wide Bay district. She is survived by a family of three sons and three daughters – Dr H.H. Elworthy, of London. Mr A.W. Elworthy, of Philadelphia. Dr R.R. Elworthy, M.D. of London. Miss Edith Elworthy, Mrs Norman Bell, and Mrs G.M. Parsons. For some years the deceased lady had lived at St Kilda, Melbourne, with two of her daughters.
Elizabeth is on the left, with her son Rex and granddaughter Joanna in about 1925. It was taken in the garden of 100 Castlenau, Barnes in London.
In 1891, she was living in London while the children were going to school, and whilst she and the girls returned to Australia, the boys stayed, though Arthur moved to Philadelphia.
Civil Parish – Hammersmith; Parliamentary Borough – Hammersmith; Ecclesiastical Parish – Hammersmith
203 Uxbridge Road
Elizabeth Elworthy Head Wid 40 Living on own means Gloucester
Edith Dau S 12 Scholar Australia, Queensland
Isabelle dau S 10 “ “ Australia, Queensland
Rex son S 8 “ “ Australia, Queensland
Gladys dau S 5 “ “ Australia, Queensland
Alice Leatherby serv S 22 servant domestic London Chelsea