Cause of her death was pulmonary oedema over 10 days.
Another name for Elizabeth was HAIMES, Elizabeth.3
In the 1901 census for Haddington was recorded a woman called Elizabeth Haimes, a housewife, aged 42 years, and born in "St Barth Devonshire", who was a patient in the Haddington District Lunatic Asylum.
H.H.Robarts MD certified the cause of death.
Elizabeth married Richard HAIMES, son of George HAIMES Hairdresser, DNA Linked and Helen TAIT (DNA Linked), on 16 June 1872 in Parish Chapel, St Pancras, Camden, London, England.1 2 (Richard HAIMES was born in 1841 in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland 5 and died between 1881 and 1905 5 6.)
1 ancestry.co.uk, England & Wales Free BMD Marriages.
2 ancestry.co.uk, London Metropolitan Archives, Saint Pancras Parish Church, Register of marriages, P90/PAN1, Item 148.
3 1881 UK census, Newington Edinburgh Scotland.
4 GRO Edinburgh (2002), Haddington East Lothian.
5 1851 UK census, Haddington East Lothian 709 en d 9 page 15.
GRO, Haddington East Lothian 709 en d 9 page 5 Hardgate Street (west side).