- Born: 19 Jan 1880, Kamarooka, Victoria, Australia 18,80
- Marriage: Thomas Matthew Willis on 14 Jun 1899 in Kamarooka, Victoria, Australia 18,73,74
- Died: 14 Jan 1969, Kerang Hospital, Kerang, Victoria, Australia at age 88 81,82,83
- Buried: 16 Jan 1969, Eaglehawk Cemetery, Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia 84
Elizabeth was the youngest daughter of Hans Hansen of Kamarooka. He was the informant at her birth.
She married Thomas Willis in 1899. They were married by Rev. W. R. Elvery. One of their bridesmaids was Thomas' niece, Edith Holt. Edith was the daughter of Thomas' sister Mary. One of Elizabeth's sisters was the other bridesmaid, and Elizabeth's brother Peter was best man and her brother Frederick was groomsman.
The death index entry for her son Thomas lists her surname as Jensen. Both his marriage and birth certificates shows her surname was Hansen. Family records show her sister Johanna married Tobias Jensen.
At the time of her death she was living at Kerang. She was late of Eaglehawk. She was buried in the Eaglehawk Cemetery in Mon K9 Section Grave number 20.
Noted events in her life were:
• She had a residence before 1969 in Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia. 82
Elizabeth married Thomas Matthew Willis, son of George Willis and Anne Marshall, on 14 Jun 1899 in Kamarooka, Victoria, Australia 18,73.,74 (Thomas Matthew Willis was born in 1869 in Sydney Flat, Victoria, Australia,18,75,76 died on 21 Feb 1945 in Burnside St, Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia 77 and was buried on 22 Feb 1945 in Eaglehawk Cemetery, Eaglehawk, Victoria, Australia 77,78,79.)
Elmore Standard Friday June 16 1899
Willis - Hansen
Another pleasant wedding was celebrated at Drummartin on
Wednesday morning last, when Mr Thomas Willis, of Sydney
Flat, and Miss Elizabeth Hansen, youngest daughter of Mr.
Hans Hansen, of Kamarooka, were joined in wedlock. The
Rev. W. R. Elvery officiated at the ceremony. The bride was
attired in cream cashmere, trimmed with lace and ribbon.
The bridesmaid were the sister of the bride, Miss Hansen, and
Miss Edith Holt, Both wore cream rainsock, trimmed with lace
and ribbon, and sash. The brothers of the bride, Mr. Peter
Hansen (best man) and Mr. Fred Hansen acted as groomsmen.
After the wedding festivities, the newly married pair departed
by the afternoon train for the wedding trip.
(next line hard to read ... with ? best wishes of
of their relatives and friends