|Eliza's father, Leroy Thomas Holland|
On June 1, 1880, Leroy and his family still lived in Broadway but Eliza wasn’t with the family. I have yet been able to find her during but believe she was also living in Broadway. I just don’t know where. Three days before her birthday in 1883, Eliza died in Anderson County on September 10 following a short illness. The Intelligencer in Anderson reported her death on September 27:
Miss Eliza A. Holland, eldest daughter of Mr. E. M. Holland, of Broadaway [sic] township, died on the 10th inst., after an illness of several weeks, aged about 28 years. Her remains were interred in the Neal’s Creek Churchyard on the day following her death. Rev. W. H. King conducting the funeral services.
|The Intelligencer, Anderson, South Carolina, September 27, 1883|
On October 4, The Intelligencer published a correction on September 27 after inaccurately reporting the name of her father:
On announcing the death of Miss Eliza A. Holland last week, we erred in stating that she was a daughter of Mr. E. M. Holland. She was a daughter of Mr. L. T. Holland.
|The Intelligencer, Anderson, South Carolina, October 4, 1883|
Eliza was buried at Neal’s Creek Church Cemetery. I’ve made one visit to that cemetery and took photos of every Holland stone there. I don’t have a photo of her stone so either she doesn’t have one or I missed it.