The Elliott Family

Frederic William Elliott

Birth: 4 September 1865, in Queenstown, county Cork, Ireland

Father: John Wilson Elliott

Mother: Mehetabel Jane Elizabeth (Carpendale) Elliott

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Georgina (Elliott) Butler

Birth: 6 October 1864, in Queenstown, county Cork, Ireland

Father: John Wilson Elliott

Mother: Mehetabel Jane Elizabeth (Carpendale) Elliott

Married: William John Butler in 1891 in Dungannon district, county Tyrone, Ireland

Children:
Census:
1901: Royal Terrace East, Kingstown, county Dublin
1911: 36 York Road (East Side), Monkstown, county Dublin

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Ida Elliott

Birth: 10 May 1869, in Benburb, county Tyrone, Ireland

Father: John Wilson Elliott

Mother: Mehetabel Jane Elizabeth (Carpendale) Elliott

Death: 1871, in Dungannon district, county Tyrone, Ireland, aged 2

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John Wilson Elliott

of Tullynure Lodge, Donaghmore parish, county Tyrone, Ireland

Birth: 1808/9

Father: James Wilson Elliott

Education: John was elected a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons in England in 1828, and obtained the degree of M.D. from the University and King's College Aberdeen in 1856

Married (1st): Susan Hume Ramsay on 15 October 1850, in Clogher, county Tyrone, Ireland
John Wilson Elliott is recorded as the son of James Elliott. Susan Ramsey is recorded as the daughter of Robert Ramsey.

Susan was born in 1820/1, in Ireland, and died in 1854.
Census:
1851 census: Salisbury Street, Westminster, Middlesex: Susan Elliot, lodgers wife (in the house of Thomas Richards, builder) is aged 30, born in Ireland.

Married (2nd): Mehetabel Jane Elizabeth Carpendale on 11 December 1856, in the parish church of Donaghmore, county Tyrone, Ireland
The transcribed marriage record reads:
John Wilson Elliott, esq., full age, widower, surgeon, of Tullynure Lodge (father: James Wilson Elliott, gentleman) to Mehetabel Jane Elizabeth Carpendale, full age, spinster, of Mullamore Glebe (father: Thomas Elliott, rector of parish) on Dec.11, 1856, in the Parish Church of Donaghmore.

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Occupation: Surgeon and Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets in the Royal Navy; Magistrate.
John was a surgeon in the Royal Navy with seniority from 8 May 1838 (List of Flag Officers and Other Commissioned Officers 1845 p519). He made a number of long voyages as surgeon superindentant, firstly on the Duke of Richmond from Dublin, arriving in Hobart, Van Diemen's Land, on 2 January 1844 (Colonial Times 9 January 1844 p2), leaving on 10 January for Sydney arriving 19 January (Morning Chronicle 24 January 1844 p3), and from there to Norfolk Island, leaving Norfolk Island on 23 February and returning to Hobart with 200 male prisoners on 13 March 1844 (Colonial Times 19 March 1844 p2). John was surgeon superintendent on the convict ship Marion leaving London on 14 June 1845 with 300 male prisoners and arriving in Hobart, on 16 September 1845 (The Courier 17 September 1845 p2) and Sydney on 19 October 1845 (The Sydney Morning Herald 20 October 1845 p2). He returned to London on the Jane Goudie which departed Sydney on 21 January 1846 (The Shipping Gazette and Sydney General Trade List 24 January 1846 p22). Next he was surgeon superintendent on the Joseph Somes which left London on 4 June 1847 with 249 male convicts and arrived in Hobart on 10 September, proceeding to Port Phillip, New South Wales, to land the Pentonville Exiles she had brought out (The Australian 21 September 1847 p2), then to Sydney, arriving on 23 October 1847 (The Sydney Morning Herald 25 October 1847 p2). John returned to London on the Penyard Park which departed Sydney for London on 8 January 1848 (The Sydney Morning Herald 15 January 1848 p2). His next voyage as surgeon superintendent was on the Stately which left London on 5 June 1849 and arrived in Hobart with 163 female convicts on 2 September 1849 (Colonial Times 4 September 1849 p2), then on to Sydney arriving 25 September 1849 (The Sydney Morning Herald 26 September 1849 p2). The medical journal of the Stately contains the information that John contracted the skin disease erysipelas from one of his patients during the voyage. John returned to London on the St George which departed Sydney for London on 6 March 1850 (The Sydney Morning Herald 7 March 1850 p2). John was also surgeon superintendent on the Castle Ellen convict ship to Bermuda in arriving in 1856 (National Archives ADM 101/254/1B). On 1 July 1862, John was appointed Staff-Surgeon at the Royal Hospital, Haulbowline, county Cork (Navy List 1862 p235) and on 10 October 1865 John was promoted to the rank of Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets on the Retired List (London Gazette 13 October 1865 p4861). John was appointed a magistrate in county Tyrone on 19 June 1879 (Parliamentary Papers 1886 vol 53 p101).

Death: 12 September 1887, at Grange, Moy, county Tyrone, Ireland, aged 78

Probate:
Ireland, Calendar of Wills and Administrations 1888 p205
ELLIOTT John Wilson. 8 June [1888]. The Will of John Wilson Elliott late of Grange County Tyrone Deputy Inspector-General R.A. who died 13 September 1887 at same place was proved at the Principal Registry by Andrew Elliot of Omagh County Tyrone Solicitor one of the Executors.
Effects 3,906 11s. 9d.


Census & Addresses:
1851 census: Salisbury Street, Westminster, Middlesex: John W. Elliot, lodger (in the house of Thomas Richards, builder) is aged 43, born in Ireland. He is a surgeon, Royal Navy (half pay).
1865: Naval Hospital, Haulbowline, Queenstown, county Cork, Ireland   (The Medical Register 1865 p130)

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Mehetabel Lucinda Ann Elliott

Birth: 1860/1, in county Tyrone, Ireland

Father: John Wilson Elliott

Mother: Mehetabel Jane Elizabeth (Carpendale) Elliott

Death: 1937, in Rathdown district, counties Dublin and Wicklow, Ireland, aged 76

Census:
1901: Royal Terrace East, Kingstown, county Dublin
1911: 36 York Road (East Side), Monkstown, county Dublin

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