Elizabeth Greathead 262
In 1848, the will of Ralph Dunn, Esq., was printed in the London Morning Post 1-18-1848. He left (in addition to gifts to others) his niece Elizabeth Greathead 1,500 pounds sterling and to his niece Mary Greathead a legacy of 500 pounds sterling and an annuity of 50 pounds. He was a member of the firm Dunn, Wordsworth, and Dunn at Threadneedle Street. He lived near Highbury in the province of Canterbury. I don't know if this is THIS Elizabeth Greathead.
Another story from the papers that I don't know if this is the right Elizabeth -- London Morning Post 10-21-1851 -- "Joseph Baker, a little boy, seven years of age, his head scarcely to be seen above the bar, was charged before Mr. A'Beckett with stealing six keys, belonging to the trustees of the National School at Bermondsey; and Elizabeth Greathead, a marine store dealer in the neighborhood, was charged with receiving them, knowing them to have been stolen." Turns out the boy stole a bunch of stuff, including brass screws, from his school and sold them to Elizabeth. She said she didn't know they were stolen. She was remanded.