William Isaac Kemp
and Emma Mary ("Granny Kemp") Elliott were married on 10 November 1856 at Montefiore in Wellington. Both bride and groom signed with a mark. He lived at Duck Creek, Bligh District. She lived at (the Mole). Several columns of the MC are left blank, including all details of parents.8,1,2,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,6,17
Emma Mary ("Granny Kemp") Elliott immigrated on 2 October 1855 to Sydney, NSW, Australia. SS "Hilton"18,2,1,6,19
She travelled from Mudgee in November 1855 in Quambone, New South Wales, Australian Colonies. They travelled by bullock wagon. Emma Elliott later claimed to be the first white woman in Coonamble.6,20
She lived in Coonamble, NSW, Australia, about 1931. "Granny, of Coonamble, Is Cheerful Worker At 94 Years
"COONAMBLE, Monday.- 'Granny' of Coonamble, Mrs Emily Kemp, at the age of 94, is a day-long toiler toiler in her neat home, and a sound critic of passing events.
"MRS. KEMP has never used spectacles to read or sew.
"She has 148 descendants, which include 16 children, 40 grandchildren, 87 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren.
"'Granny' is the best-known soul in the place, and always has a cheery word for her innumerable friends."
NB One of the 5 GG-Grandchildren was Reginald Bruce Fleming, b. 1929.3
Emma Mary ("Granny Kemp") Elliott died from broncho-pneumonia and senility on 12 December 1931 at age 94 at Coonamble District Hospital in Coonamble. "broncho-pneumonia" and "senility"1,2,22,21
She was buried on 18 December 1931 at CofE Cemetery in Coonamble.1,22
She had her estate probated on 14 February 1932 in Coonamble.23