Harvey Family Tree 2018-04-30

Eliza Agnes Cran1882

Name
Eliza Agnes Cran
Given names
Eliza Agnes
Surname
Cran
Birth April 13, 1882 58 42
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.469771 Longitude: E153.025124

Birth of a brotherJohn Morris Cran
September 22, 1887 (Age 5 years)
Death of a brotherJohn Morris Cran
about September 1887 (Age 5 years)
Burial of a brotherJohn Morris Cran
about September 1887 (Age 5 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherEleanor Isobella Thompson
October 28, 1888 (Age 6 years)
Cabbage Tree Creek, Aspley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.358956 Longitude: E153.013233

Death of a maternal grandfatherJohn Morris
December 22, 1891 (Age 9 years)
Cabbage Tree Creek, Aspley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.359235 Longitude: E153.012246

Death of a fatherJohn Cran
November 5, 1893 (Age 11 years)
Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.559821 Longitude: E151.95067

Death of a motherEllen (Eleanor) Morris
August 20, 1915 (Age 33 years)
Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.559821 Longitude: E151.95067

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father
mother
Ellen (Eleanor) Morris
Birth: February 1, 1840 29 25Prospect Place, Radford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: August 20, 1915Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Marriage: July 14, 1868Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
13 months
elder sister
2 years
elder brother
John Cran
Birth: September 25, 1871 48 31Queensland, Australia
Death: October 5, 1871Australia
5 years
elder sister
4 years
elder brother
Norman Irvine Cran
Birth: August 23, 1880 57 40Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Death: December 28, 1880Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
20 months
herself
5 years
younger brother
John Morris Cran
Birth: September 22, 1887 64 47Australia
Death: about September 1887Australia

Shared note

Birth cert, 1882 / 001502 Apparently single in 1919 at the death of her aunt Eliza (Morris) Robinson when she was the informant on her aunt's death certificate. Living at Hume Street Toowoomba in August 1919 This letter was written by Eliza Agnes Cran or one of her sisters. To Aunt Eliza, Aunt Eliza is Elizabeth Morris (Thrutchley) Johnson. The daughter of Eliza Morris, sister of John Morris.

My sister said that � the little basin with the little roses scattered all over was real Lowiestoft China and was given to our great aunt Isabella Latchfield (she was my mother (Eleanor (Morris) Cran) �s aunt, Grannie (Eleanor Isabella Thompson) �s sister ) and was given to her �this would be to Eliza Morris� soon after she was married to William Robinson, that was in August 1862. Mother (Eleanor Morris) said she (Eleanor Isabella Thompson) would not leave her mother. So my sister(El iza Morris) was left behind and she (Eliza Morris) came out after grannie (Elizabeth Mitchell) died (1863).
3 years after (1866), and same aunt sent out the old jug, as the cracks and breaks was my work. Aunt (Eliza (Morris) Robinson) use to send to the farm near for milk when she was short and of course I must have the pretty jug. I fell downsever al times and spilt the milk. So all the breaks and bits broken off can be laid with truth to me. Aunt (Eliza Robinson) thought it was Crown Derby but once when Aunt Edith (this could be Edith Morris daughter of John Morris) and I were inSydney . We went to a Curio Shop, and the man said he would like to see it, but what I told him about the marks he had no doubt that it was a valuable possesion; he was sorry to hear that it was damaged and that the little basin was broken. "Uncle Wil l (William Robinson) did that� and that was why aunt (Eliza Robinson) gave it to me as she said that it made her feel quite (savidge) to see it. They were in Raff Street (Toowoomba) then. when I told him (the Curio Shop man) aboutthe cup and saucer he said for pity sake keep it under lock and key, as there are so few of those left now and he said you have a treasure. I forgot to tell him about the little Bohemian glass jug. Well I do know it was ancient.

When I went to see the things in the Art Gallery I saw some nice things. Still I could see that I had much better when I told of some I had they said it would have been a pleasure to have had them and they would have placed them under lock and key.