On 30 March 1851 resided with parent (Frances ("Granny Elliott") Gibson
, charwoman) in London, England, United Kingdom. She and her daughter Emma were living in the household of Sarah Jones, charwoman. Her son James (aged 19) was living nearby at either Battersea or at St Mary, Putney. Her other son George was probably the 16-year-old apprentice clock maker living with Thomas Chester at Bakers Row, Clerkenwell.18
On 5 April 1855 he resided with parent (Frances ("Granny Elliott") Gibson
) in London, England, United Kingdom.4
Emma Mary ("Granny Kemp") Elliott immigrated on 2 October 1855 to Sydney, NSW, Australia. SS "Hilton"19,2,1,6,20
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.6,21
She lived at The Molle in Quambone, New South Wales, Australian Colonies, in November 1856. The Mole was a grazing property owned by her uncle, George Gibson. It was near his other property, Wallengambone; near Quambone.8,6
She lived in Coonamble, New South Wales, 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
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