Elizabeth May Anderson – 7th child of John Anderson and Elizabeth Evison

Elizabeth May ANDERSON                 Richard Arthur MORROW

b. 14th August 1888                                         b. 1884

at Boat Harbour, NSW                                  at Shoalhaven, NSW

d. 17th December 1963                                   d. 29th December 1947

at Clunes, NSW                                              at Clunes, NSW


Elizabeth and Richard married in 1920 at Murwillumbah, NSW. Richard was the son of Richard E and Margaret A MORROW. They had one son: John Erwin MORROW                                      b. 7th November 1921

and also raised Elizabeth’s niece: Veronica Merle PATEMAN           b. 11th March 1932

(see appropriate section for notes)

Elizabeth & Richard Morrow

Elizabeth & Richard Morrow



MORROW: – The Funeral of Mr. Richard Arthur Morrow. of Clunes will move from Clunes Presbyterian Church, Today (Tuesday) following a service commencing at 2 p.m. for the Clunes Presbyterian Cemetery.

 Will Riley & Son. Funeral Directors




 One of the best-known residents of the district, Mr. Richard Arthur Morrow, 63, Butcher, of Clunes collapsed and died in the presence of members of his family in his car at Bexhill yesterday afternoon.

 He was on his way from his home to keep an appointment with a doctor in Lismore. He had not enjoyed good health for a long time and had been receiving medical attention.

 Mr. Morrow had resided in the Lismore district for over 50 years. Most of that time he had lived in the Clunes district. He was born on the South Coast. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Morrow, and was educated at the Corndale and Bexhill Schools.

 He lived for a number of years at Booyong, Rosebank and, for the past 20 years, at Clunes. Mr. Morrow married at Mullumbimbv. Miss Elizabeth May Anderson who survives him. In addition to his widow, one son John of Clunes survives.

Brothers of Mr Morrow are Messrs Leslie Morrow (Eureka), Albert Morrow (Lismore), Stanley Morrow (Booyong) and Claude Morrow (Newcastle).  One sister, Mrs. King predeceased him.

The funeral will leave the Presbyterian Church, Clunes today, after a service commencing at 2 p.m. for Clunes cemetery.