Lizzy Borden’s real name was Louise Caulfield Gellatley, but she would later assume the name “Lizzy Borden” to protect her legal identity. Lizzy was born in London on November 3, 1854 and moved to Melbourne, Australia, where she completed the first two years of studies at the Royal College of Art (now King Edward VII University), graduating in 1864. While a student at London Polytechnic she met and married her future husband, John T. Borden, whom she would later name as well, but they would divorce the next year.
In 1867, Lizzy Borden moved back to Melbourne and continued her studies at the Royal College of Art with her first husband; her second husband, Mr. James M. Borden, was soon after married to a prominent Melbourne barrister named John L. MacKinnon. The couple married in September 1871 and moved to Sydney in 1872. In 1876, at the age of twenty-six, Lizzy married a young man named David L. Leddy, who became a partner in the Melbourne law firm of Caulfield Gellatley. In the end of 1884, Lizzy joined the Australian Parliament and was elected to the Senate and the House of Representatives, becoming the first woman elected to both the Senate and the House of Representatives as an Opposition Member. In 1889, she became a candidate for the National Parliamentary Party and in 1890 she became the first woman candidate for the House of Representatives. In November 1899, she was elected to the House of Representatives. On January 23, 1900, Lizzy Borden became a member of the House of Representatives as a member of the Liberal Party of Australia. During the 1920s Lizzy Borden took part in many of the biggest political campaigns in the country, starting with the formation of the Liberal Party of Australia. However, after two years she retired from politics.
Lizzy Borden’s first children were born about a year after her husband of six-and-twenty years died. They were James Charles Borden, born in 1906, and Helen Catherine Borden, born in 1909. Her second and third children were twins, Elizabeth and Harry Elizabeth, who survived until 1938.
Lizzy Borden’s marriage to her husband ended in divorce from 1913 until her death on July 18, 1953. The couple had five children together: her first son, Richard Michael Borden-Liddle, died at age eleven from scarlet fever;
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