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Hardly anything was known about Elizabeth's life before or as the outbreak began apart from that she had a father and mother, and also a brother.
Nothing was known about Elizabeth after the apocalypse began. At sometime after the apocalypse, she, along with her mother, abandoned her father and tried to make it on their own. She was killed the day after departing, her body being found in the street by her father.
Elizabeth's father relates the story of her demise to Lee Everett poignantly ascribing him and his group to what had caused his life to fall apart. He relates Clementine to Elizabeth when speaking to the reanimated head of his wife.
- Killed By
- Walkers (Assumed)
- Kenny (Indirectly Caused)
- Katjaa (Indirectly Caused)
- Lilly (Indirectly Caused)
- Ben Paul (Indirectly Caused)
- Carley (Indirectly Caused, Determinant)
- Doug (Indirectly Caused, Determinant)
- Lee Everett (Indirectly Caused, Determinant)
After taking her daughter away from her husband, Tess and Elizabeth were soon killed on the road. Elizabeth's father found the two of them on the road the day after they left.
This list shows the victims Elizabeth has killed:
- Possibly a few zombies
- "She's not Lizzy but she's sweet, she wouldn't hurt a fly."
- —The stranger to Tess about Clementine.[src]
Elizabeth was the stranger's daughter, and he loved her earnestly. However, their relationship is not well explored upon because her mother took her away from him, and they both were killed the next day.
The stranger then swore revenge on Lee's group for causing the deaths of his wife and daughter, and succeeded, to a certain extent.
Elizabeth is Tess' daughter. It can be presumed that they have an normal and stable mother-daughter relationship, although this relationship is never well-explored. When Tess decided to abandon her husband, she also decided bringing Elizabeth with her, showing that she had a deep trust from Tess.
Although their relationship is not explored whatsoever, it can be inferred they had a normal brother-sister relationship.