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GEORGE WASHINGTON ELLIOTT/MINNIE BITNER:HOUSTON CO TX 1880's-1960's
Posted by: Paula Dunklin (ID *****6365) Date: February 14, 2013 at 22:53:19
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Still looking for information on Fredrick/Fred Elliott. Born ca 1890-1892 in Houston Co TX. Probably lived in or near Creek or Lovelady Tx.

Fred (first or middle name?)was the s/o Mack C Elliott and Jennie Ragsdale. Fred had a couple of brothers, Arch/Archie and George Washington Elliott.

George W Elliott married Minnie Bitner. Fred married Hallie Black. Fred and Hallie had a son (born in 1914 or 1915)named Robert M. Elliott who married Elaine Virginia Bitner.

Trying to learn more about Fred. He and Hallie married in Houston Co Tx in 1913. Apparently, Fred either died by 1916 or he and Hallie divorced because Hallie married 2nd husband, Walter Lee Sharp in 1916.

Looking to find out date of death and location of burial for Fred Elliott. Haven't been able to find anything on him after 1915.

Sometime after 1922, Hallie divorced Walter Lee Sharp and married Arthur Robert Smith. They had a restaurant in or around Dallas Co Tx in the 1940's-1950's. Would like to learn date and location of their marriage. Arthur and Hallie Smith are both buried in Crockett, Cherokee Co, Tx in Cedar Hill Cemetery.

Any information on any of the above would be greatly appreciated.


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