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Oliver Elliott
Posted by: Marion Elliott (ID *****4270) Date: December 14, 2004 at 04:48:56
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I have hit a brick wall in trying to find Oliver Elliott.
Last known south of Chicago late 1800's. m.Elizabeth Dixon.
They had 13 children, Marvin being the oldest..
I think he may have been from somewhere in the south because his son, Marvin John Elliott always liked the way southern food was cooked.Dried beans and cornbread, etc. which was unusual for Illinois.
Makes me wonder if he may have been a refugee or fought for the Union..
If anyone happens to come across this name, Please let me
know. don't know where else to search.He is a mystery.
Thanks much,

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