Name: Elizabeth Stevenson
Burial Number: 0407
Elizabeth was born in Yapton, the daughter of Charles and Fanny. She was baptised in the village on 1 Aug. Charles was an agricultural labourer.
The family moved to Durrington before 1881, living in Pond Lane.
In 1890, Elizabeth married William Stevenson, a bricklayer. The couple moved to a cottage behind Brunswick Road and then before 1901, moved to a house in Elm Grove.
They had no children. Elizabeth died on 28 Feb 1903 of cervical cancer which she been suffering from for about a year. No probate.
Researcher: Carol Sullivan
Location in Cemetery
Area: EB Row: 2 Plot: 16
Exact Location (what3words): secret.method.scare
Ashes or Urn: Unknown
Elizabeth is buried under the headstone for Margaret and Catherine Fraser
0In memory of Margaret Elizabeth Fraser died 26th Feb 1929 and Catherine Amelia Fraser died 9th Dec 1934, daughters of the late Alexander Fraser of Newton, Invernessshire (H.E.I.C.S.)
Name: Elizabeth Annie Stevenson
Occupation: No occupation recorded
Marriage Date: //1890
Spouse First Name: William
Spouse Last Name: Stevenson
Town of Marriage: Worthing
County of Marriage: Sussex
Country of Marriage: England
Information at Death
Date of Death: 01/03/1903
Cause of death: Carcinoma of cervix- one year
Address line 2: 5
Address line 3: Elm Grove
No obituary has been entered.
Money left to others: No value recorded
Value of effects in 2020: Not calculated
Living at Frogs Lodge, Yapton – Charles aged 43, ag.lab. Fanny aged 42. Harriet aged 14. Frances aged 11. Eliza aged 7. Thomas aged 6. James aged 3. Elizabeth aged 1.
Living at Lamb Pond Cottage, Pond Lane, Durrington – Charles aged 52 ag.lab. Fanny aged 51. Eliza aged 17. Thomas aged 15, carter. James aged 13, carter boy. Elizabeth aged 11. Ernest Walter aged 8.
Living at Cottage at back of Brunswick Road, Worthing – William aged 30, bricklayer’s labourer. Elizabeth aged 21.
Living at Elm Grove, Worthing – William aged 40, general labourer. Annie (Elizabeth) aged 31.