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JAMES L. ELLIOTT born 1855 married CATHERINE FLICK
Posted by: Cathy Farrell (ID *****9307) Date: March 28, 2012 at 08:17:37
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Title: History of Beaver County, Pennsylvania: including its early settlement; its erection into a separate county; its subsequent growth and development; sketches of its boroughs, villages and townships ... biographies of many of its representative citizens; statistics, etc
Authors: Richard, J. Fraise (Jacob Fraise), 1844-, Henry,
Thomas.

Pg. 650
JAMES L. ELLIOTT, farmer, P. O. Darlington, was born in Butler County, in 1855. DR. F. ELLIOTT, now a practicing physician of Ohio Township, and a resident of Beaver County for 60 years, married CATHERINE FLICK, who became the mother of 7 children, two of whom are deceased, JAMES L., being the elder son living. He was reared to farming, an occupation he has followed principally through life, and received a good common-school education. He was married, in 1878, to ANNIE E., daughter of GEORGE and PERMELIA (McMILLIN) WILSON, of this county, and they have 3 children: GEORGE C., FLORENCE GERTRUDE and RAYMOND CARLTON. MR. and MRS. ELLIOTT are members of the Presbyterian church. MR. ELLIOTT is a Democrat.


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