Person:Francis Elliott (3)

m. 15 MAY 1815
  1. Aaron Samuel ElliottABT 1816 - BEF 1840
  2. Kesiah ElliottABT 1818 - abt 1848
  3. Lydia ElliottABT 1820 - 1853
  4. Francis Elliott1822 - 1902
m. 12 DEC 1843
  1. Esther Ann Elliott1844 - 1910
  2. Gulaelma ElliottABT 1846 - ABT 1891
  3. Keziah Elliott1848 - 1915
  4. Lydia T. Elliott1850 - 1920
  5. Malinda Jane ElliottABT 1853 - 1921
  6. John Henry Elliott1854 - 1921
  7. Edwin F. Elliott1856 - 1907
  8. Mary Elliott1858 - 1862
  9. Benjamin Francis Elliott1861 - 1913
  10. Katharine May Elliott1863 - 1933
  11. William S. Elliott1868 - 1935
Facts and Events
Name Francis Elliott
Gender Male
Birth[1] 15 Jun 1822 Perquimans, North Carolina, United States
Alt Birth[4] Mar 1825 Perquimans, North Carolina, United States
Marriage 12 DEC 1843 Wayne, Indiana, United Statesto Lydia Ogburn
Property[5] 9 Aug 1844 Wayne, Indiana, United StatesLand Purch
Property[6] 16 Aug 1848 Wayne, Indiana, United StatesLand Sale
Property[7] 19 Sep 1849 Wayne, Indiana, United StatesLand Purch
Census[8] 27 Sep 1850 Wayne, Indiana, United States
Probate[9] 28 Sep 1850 Wayne, Indiana, United StatesLand Sale
Property? 16 Jul 1856 Wayne, Iowa, United StatesLand Purchase
Property[21] 14 Jul 1857 Lucas, Iowa, United StatesLand Sale
Census[10] 1860 Appanoose, Iowa, United States
Residence? bet 1862 and 1868 Mahaska, Iowa, United States
Census[11] 1870 Dallas, Iowa, United States
Property[12] 30 Sep 1874 Dallas, Iowa, United StatesLand Purch
Residence[13] 1879 Dallas, Iowa, United StatesCountyHistory
Census[14] 1880 Dallas, Iowa, United States
Property[15] 3 Nov 1881 Dallas, Iowa, United StatesLand Sale
Census[16] 1885 Dallas, Iowa, United States
Census[17] 1895 Perry, Dallas, Iowa, United States
Census[4] 1900 Perry, Dallas, Iowa, United States
Will[18][22] 7 Aug 1900 Perry, Dallas, Iowa, United States
Obituary[23] Nov 1902 Perry, Dallas, Iowa, United States
Death[2][1][3] 22 Nov 1902 Perry, Dallas, Iowa, United States
Obituary[24] 25 Nov 1902 Perry, Dallas, Iowa, United States
Probate[18][25] 28 Nov 1902 Dallas, Iowa, United States
Probate[2][19] 6 Jan 1903 Dallas, Iowa, United States
Probate[18][26] 2 Apr 1903 Dallas, Iowa, United States
Burial[1][3] aft 22 Nov 1902 Perry, Dallas, Iowa, United States
Probate[18][27] 16 Aug 1904 Dallas, Iowa, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Gravestone of Francis Elliott, in Violet Hill Cemetery, Dallas County, Iowa, Sect. 1-3/4, 22 Nov 1902.

    Inscription: "Francis Husband of Lydia Elliott Died Nov 22, 1902 Aged 80 yrs 5 ms 7ds."

  2. 2.0 2.1 no. 1614 Francis Elliott, in Iowa Genealogical Society. Iowa Dallas County probate index, 1860-1990. (Des Moines [Iowa]: Iowa Geneal. Society, c1992), Book F, p.295, E4, 6 Jan 1903.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Francis Elliott, in Dallas County, Iowa Deaths, Book 2, Pg. 16.

    age 80, farmer, widowed, born N. Car., cause of death: paralysis

  4. 4.0 4.1 Dallas, Iowa, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, ED 13, pg 148, Household 360, Family 362, 1900.

    Spring Valley Township, Perry, Dallas, Iowa
    Elliott, Francis Mar 1825 75 widowed Farmer, ret. N.Car N.Car N. Car
    Kezia Dau Feb 1848 52 single Ind N.Car N. Jersey
    Edwin F., Son Feb 1856 44 single Real Estate Ind N.Car N. Jersey
    West 3rd St. written alongside entry

  5. Wayne County, Indiana County Deeds, Deed Record 7, page 482, 09 AUG 1844.

    Purchase: part of SE 1/4 Sec 6 T17 R13E 50 acres, Wayne County, Indiana
    also part of NW 1/4 S7 T17 R13E 47 acres
    from Robert Millman and Abigail Millman his wife to Francis Elliott, all of Wayne Co
    for $800 paid in hand

  6. Wayne County, Indiana County Deeds, Deed Record Book 10, page 593, 16 Aug 1848.

    Sold: part SE 1/4 S6 T17 R13 & part NW 1/4 S7 T17 R13 Wayne County, Indiana
    for $900 to William C. Bowen

  7. Wayne County, Indiana County Deeds, Deed Record Book 13, pg. 559-561, 19 Sep 1849.

    Purchase: part of sec 27 &22 T17 R 13E, Wayne County, Indiana
    from Ogborn heirs for $1000

  8. Wayne, Indiana, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 27 Sept 1850.

    Year: 1850; Census Place: Clay, Wayne, Indiana; Roll M432_180; Page: 124; Image: 251; Fam 701, Household 701
    Francis Elliot 28 M Farmer 1250 NC
    Lydia 30 F New Jer
    Ester A. 5 F Ind.
    Gulielma 3 F Ind.
    Keziah 2 F Ind.
    Lydia 12 F Ind.
    Silas White 16 M Farmer Ind.
    Ancestry Link

  9. Wayne County, Indiana County Deeds, Bk 14 (1851-1852), pg.201-202, 28 Sep 1850.

    Land Sale: Francis Elliott and Esther Widows, late Esther Ogborn, sell for $1200 to Jonathan B. Coffin part of the NW quarter S27 and part SW quarter S 22 T17 R13E
    Recorded 16 Aug 1851 12 am

  10. Appanoose, Iowa, United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 12 Jul 1860.

    Year: 1860; Census Place: Independence, Appanoose, Iowa; Roll M653_311; Page: 110; Image: 111.
    789/756 Francis Elliot 39 yrs b. NC Farmer (600/500)
    Lydia wife 39 yrs b. NJ
    Ester dau 15 yrs b. IN
    Gulmaelma dau 14 yrs b. IN
    Kesiah dau 12 yrs b. IN
    Lydia dau 9 yrs b. IN
    Malinda dau 7 yrs b. IN
    John son 6 yrs b. IN
    Edwin son 4 yrs b. IN
    Mary dau 2 yrs b. Iowa
    Ancestry Link

  11. Dallas, Iowa, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, M593_385; Page: 584, 1870.

    Iowa 1870 census, Dallas County, Spring Valley Twp, p. 584
    53/50 - Elliott, Francis 49 yrs b. NC Farmer (real estate - $1200, personal estate - $570)
    Lydia wife 49 yrs b. NJ Keeping House
    Kizzie dau 22 yrs b. IN
    Lyddie dau 20 yrs b. IN
    John son 16 yrs b. IN
    Edwin son 14 yrs b. IN
    Francis son 10 yrs b. IA
    Catharine dau 6 yrs b. IA
    William son 2 yrs b. IA
    Staynis, William m 33 yrs b. PA Farmer [no property value listed]
    Ester f 26 yrs b. IN Keeping House

  12. Dallas County, Iowa County Recorder, Deed Record Lands Book 21, page 185, 30 Sep 1874.

    Land Purchase: John Moorman of Dallas Co. to Francis Elliott of Dallas Co. for $2500 paid in hand. NE ¼ of NE¼ of Sec. 17 and S½ of SW¼ of Sec. 9 and N½ of NW¼ of NW¼ of Sec. 16 all in T79 R29 [Dallas County, Iowa] containing 140 acres. Filed 19 Jan 1877.

  13. History of Dallas County, Iowa, pg. 609.

    farmer, P.O. Redfield

  14. Dallas, Iowa, United States. 1880 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 1880.

    Elliott, Francis WM 58 Farmer N. Carolina
    Lydia WF 59 wife Keeping House N. Jersey
    Kezia WF 32 dau At home Indiana
    Edwin F.WM 24 son at home Indiana
    Francis WM 20 son at home Iowa
    Kate WF 16 dau at home Iowa
    William WM 12 son at home Iowa

  15. Dallas County, Iowa County Recorder, Deed Record Lands Book 43, page 516, 03 NOV 1881.

    Land Sale: Francis Elliott and Lydia Elliott, husband and wife of Dallas Co., Iowa to J.H. Maxwell of Henry Co. Iowa for $2650 in hand NE ¼ of NE¼ of Sec. 17 and
    S½ of SW¼ of Sec. 9 and N½ of NW¼ of NW¼ of Sec. 16 all in T79 R29 [Dallas Co. Iowa] containing 140 acres. Certified 3 Nov 1881 in Redfield, Iowa.

  16. Spring Valley Twp, Dallas, Iowa, in Iowa State Census Collection Ancestry, Roll: IA1885_172, 1885.

    1885 Spring Valley Twp, Dallas County, Iowa
    141 147 Elliott Francis 62 M M Farmer NCarolina
    Elliott Lydia 64 F M New Jersey
    Elliott Edward 28 M S Farmer Indiana
    Elliott Benjamin 26 M S Farmer [Iowa]
    Elliott Kasiah 30 F S Housekeeper Indiana
    Elliott Kate M 19 F S [Iowa]
    Elliott William S 16 M S [Iowa]

  17. Dallas, Iowa, United States. 1895 Iowa State Census, Dallas County, Pg 526, Family 43, household 43.

    Third Ward, Spring Valley Twp. Perry, Dallas, Iowa
    Francis Elliott 72 yrs b. NCar Farmer United Brethern
    Lidia 74 yrs b. NJer Keeps House Friends
    Kezia Elliott 46 yrs b Ind Keeps House None
    Edwin F Elliott 35 yrs b Ind Carpenter (?) None
    William Elliott 25 yrs b Mahaska Co Carpenter(?) None

  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Dallas County, Iowa, Clerk of Court, Estate of Francis Elliott, Probate File # 1614, Box E4.
  19. Dallas County [Iowa] Records, p. 220.
  20.   Wayne County, Iowa, in Wayne County (Iowa). County Recorder. Deeds, 1851-1905 ; index, 1851-1903. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1976, 1990), Bk 4, p 148, 16 Jul 1856.

    Land Purchase: Joseph Ogborn to Francis Elliott for $300

    Wayne County, Iowa, Deed Record Book 4, p. 148:

    [No.] 2477
    This Indenture witnesseth that Joseph Ogborn & Ann Ogborn his wife in consideratsion of three hundred dollars to them paid by Francis Elliott, his heirs and assigns the following real Estate in Wayne County and State of Iowa and described as follows to wit:
    Lying & being in the County of Wayne & State of Iowa, being the North half of the North East Quarter of Section fourteen Thirteen (13) Township No. Seventy North of Range Twenty Two West Containing Eighty acres together with all the privileges and appurtenances to the Same belonging, to have and to hold the Same to the Said Francis Elliott his heirs and assigns forever, the Grantor his heirs and assigns hereby convenanting with the Grantee his heirs and assigns that the Title so Conveyed is clear free and unencumbered, that he was lawfully Seized of the premises aforesaid as of a Sure perfect, & indefensable Estate of inheritance in fee Simple and that he will warrant and defend the Same against All Claims whatsoever. In Witness whereof the Said Joseph Ogborn and Ann Ogborn have hereunto Set their hands & Seals this 16 day of July 1856.
    [signed] Joseph Ogborn [SEAL]
    [signed] Ann Ogborn [SEAL]

    State of Indiana Wayne County S.Ct.
    Personally appeared before me the Subscriber a Justice of the Peace in & for Said County Joseph Ogborn and Ann Ogborn the Grantors in the above conveyance and acknowledged the Same to be their voluntary act & deed.
    Witness my hand & Seal this 16th Day of July 1856
    [signed] Jonathan Elliott J.P. [SEAL]

    State of Indiana
    Wayne County S.Ct.
    I Andrew F.[?] Scott Clerk of the Wayne Court within & for Said County of Wayne hereby Certify that Jonathan Elliott before whom the annexed deed of Conveyance Appears to have been acknowledged was at the time of taking & subscribing the Same to wit, the 16th day of July 1856, an acting Justice of the Peace within & for Said County of Wayne duly Elected Commissioned & qualified & that full faith and credit are due to all his official acts as Such. I further certify that his Signature to Said Certificate is Genuine in Testimony whereof, I have hereunto Subscribed my name & affixed the Seal of the Court at Centerville in Said Co. this 17th day of July A.D. 1856
    [signed] Andrew Scott Clerk

    Recorded July 29th 1857 by John Hayes Jr. Recorder[:CR:]

  21. Land Sale: Francis Elliott to Joseph Braden for $220 also part S10 T70 R22 of Wayne Co.
    Lucas County, Iowa, Deed Record Book D, p. 90:

    For the consideration of two hundred & twenty dollars in hand paid by Joseph Braden we do hereby sell and quit claim all out right title and interest in and to the following described real estsate to the said Joseph Braden to wit, the South half of the North West 1/4 of Section (36) & South East 1/4 of North East 1/4 and North East 1/4 of South East 1/4 of Section thirty five (35 in Township No. 71 N Range 21 West Situated in Lucas County Iowa and the West half of South East 1/4 of Section Ten in Township No. Seventy north Range No. twenty two west Situated in Wayne Co Iowa.
    Witness our hand this 14th July AD 1857
    [signed] Francis Elliott
    [signed] Lydia Elliott

    State of Iowa
    County of Lucas
    On this 14th day of July AD 1857 before me the undersigned a notary public in and for said [county] personally appeared Francis Elliott and Lydia Elliott whose names are affixed to the foregoing Deed of Conveyance as grantors and acknowledged the same to be their voluntary act and deed for the purpose therein expressed.
    Witness my hand and Notarial Seal the day and year aforesaid.
    [signed] Edward T. Edginton

    W T Wade, Recorder of Lucas County
  22. Will of Francis Elliott
    Written on stationery of Chicago, Milwaukee, & St. Paul Railway Co.
    Perry, Iowa August 7th, 1900
    In the name of God, Amen,
    I Francis Elliott, of the city of Perry, county of Dallas and state of Iowa, being of sound mind, and desirous of so doing - do in this my last will and testament will and bequeath to my dauter Kezia Elliott my full one third interest in our present home of 5½ acres and improvements thereon, situated in the southwest 1/4th of the North East 1/4 of section 9 - 81 - 28 and laying east of the Chicago & R. I. R.R., and north of the C.M.& St.P. R.R. at crossing or junction of said roads in said city of Perry Iowa. And I also recommend and believe that my said dauter Kezia Elliott in consequence of long continued service should become the just and rightful owner of the remaining 2/3ds of our said 5½ acre home.
    2d I also will and bequeath to my oldest dauter Esther Elliot (now Mrs. Steiner) one dollar out of proceeds of sale of my said one third interest in my said 5½ acre ome.
    3d To my second dauter Ghelma Elliott, latterly Mrs. Taylor and now diseased, I bequeath to her legal aires the sum of one dollar to be paid as above.
    4 To my 4th dauter Lydia Elliott, now Mrs. McLuen, I will and bequeath one dollar as above.
    5 To my 5th oldest dauter Lindy Jane Elliott, now Mrs. Rhodes, I give and bequeath one dollar as above.
    6 To my youngest daughter Kate Elliott, now Mrs. Wilcox, I give and bequeath one dollar.
    7 To my oldest son, John Elliott, and second oldest son E. F. Elliott, and third oldest son B. F. Elliott, and my youngest son W.S. Elliott I will and bequeath one dollar each as above set fourth.
    Witness my hand
    this 7th day of August 1900
    [signed] Francis Elliott

    We the undersigned witnesses bear testimony to declarations in above will and believe all therein set forth to be as represented and true.
    [signed] Wm. McLuen
    Wm. Ballard

    [Note: the will is written in a different hand from the signature and appears to have been dictated by Francis to another scribe]
  23. Perry Chief Advisor, November 1902

    The funeral of Francis Elliott occurred at the Elliott home Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. A large attendance gathered at the home and followed the remains to the city cemetery. Rev. Collins preached the funeral discourse, the music being furnished by the Methodist choir. Following is a brief history of the life of the deceased:
    Francis Elliott was born near Raleigh, N.C. March 14, 1822, and died in Perry, IA, Nov. 21, 1902, age 80 years, 8 months and 7 days. His father having died when Francis was three years old, he removed with the widowed mother when six years of age to Wayne Co. Ind. Here his mother died when he was fourteen years of age. On December 14, 1843, he was married to Miss Lydia Ogburn. To them were born eleven children, nine of whom are still living.
    Mr. Elliott moved to Wayne Co. IA in 1865 and from there to Dallas county in 1868. He was raised as a Quaker but was converted through the influence of the United Brethren Church, with which he united in early manhood. He later identified with the M.E. church.
    Father Elliott, as he was familiarly called by acquaintances, was held in high personal esteem. He found great delight in the sanctity of God and His teachings, and will not feel strange in the courts where worship is a chief delight.
    A good and kind man has gone to his reward, leaving a precious heritage in the goodly memories which remain behind.
  24. Perry Advisor, November 25, 1902

    Francis Elliott, who has been very low for some time, passed away last Saturday at his home in this city, and his funeral occurred yesterday afternoon from the home, conducted by Rev. A.H. Collins. The deceased was over 80 years of age having been born near Raleigh, S.C., March 14, 1822. Mr. Elliott moved to Indiana in 1825, to Wayne Co. Iowa, in 1865, and to this county in 1868. He was married in 1843 to Miss Lydia Ogburn, and eleven children have been born to them, nine of whom survive. Deceased was a man highly respected by all who knew him, a good citizen and kind parent.
  25. Notice of Probate of Will
    State of Iowa, Dallas County, as District court in and for Dallas County
    To all whom it may concern:
    Whereas on the 28 day of November A. D. 1902 a paper purporting to be the last will and testament of Francis Elliott late of said county deceased, was filed in my office and was by me opened and read, and the 6 day of January 1903 appointed and fixed as the time when the same will come before the court, at the January term then to be held; for final proof and probate as the duly executed last will and testament of the said Francis Elliott deceased, at which time all persons interested may appear and show cause why the same should not be admitted to probate.
    Dated this 28 day of November 1902
    C. C. Pugh
    42 - 3wks, Clerk of said District Court

    Allen Harvery, publisher of Chief-Reporter, a weekly newspaper printed and published at Perry, Dallas County, Iowa do certify that the attached was
    Published 3 consecutive weeks commencing Dec 4, 1902 and ending Dec 18 1902
    [signed] Allen Harvey
  26. Inventory
    Estate of Francis Elliott
    Apr 2, 1903
    LB Thornburg Administrator
    Statement of Heirs:
    Name Relation Age Residence
    Esther A. StaynerDaughter59Perry Iowa
    Keziah Elliott " 55 Perry Iowa
    Lydia McLuen "53Perry Iowa
    Jennie Rhodes "51Cooper Iowa
    John H Elliott Son49Redfield Ia
    E A[?] Elliottt Son47Perry Iowa
    Kate WIlcoxDaughter40Perry Iowa
    B F Elliott Son43Perry Iowa
    W S Elliott Son38Perry Iowa
    W A TaylorGrandson40unknown
    AA Taylor " "38Des Moines
    Mary Hulderson " daughter36Leland Iowa

    Description of Real Estate
    All that part of SW1/4 of NE 1/4 of sect 9 lying north and east of Des Moines & Valley RR and North of CM&St.P RR in twp 81 rng 28 5 1/2 acres
    Remarks: deceased had a dower interest in this real estate
  27. Final Report of L.B. Thornburg, Executor
    ...that all the bequests as provided by the will of said Francis Elliott, deceased, have been paid by this executor for which receipts are returned herewith, save and except the bequest to the heirs of Guela Elliott-Taylor and this executor has diligently searched but is unable to ascertain the whereabouts of said heirs and he has deposited the said bequest with the clerk of this court for the use and benefit of said heirs....
  28.   November 21 1902: The Perry Chief
    "Old Mr. Elliot, in the north part of town is suffering with typhoid fever."