The Elliott Family

Annie Beatrice Elliott

Birth: 15 April 1872, at Grange House, Whitechurch, Rathfarnham, county Dublin, Ireland
Annie Beatrice was born on Fifteenth April 1872 at Grange House, Whitechurch, the daughter of John David Elliott, collector of poor-rate, of Grange House, Whitechurch, and Matilda Elliott formerly Kilroy

Father: John David Elliott

Mother: Matilda (Kilroy) Elliott

Notes: Annie emigrated to the United States with her mother and siblings in 1888.

Occupation: Kindergarten teacher (1900); Nurse (1910)

Death: 1 January 1910, in Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States, aged 32
Anna Beatrice Elliott is recorded as single, aged 32, born in Ireland. Anna's occupation is nurse, and she is resident at 4923 Kenmore Ave 25th Ward. Anna was buried at Graceland, Chicago, Illinois.

Burial: 3 January 1910 in Graceland cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Annie is buried in Maplewood section, sub lot 18N.W.P grave 4

Census & Addresses:
1900: Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
1910: 4923 Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois   (death record)

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Eileen Moore (Elliott) Barrows

Birth: 17 September 1879, at 69 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, county Dublin, Ireland
Unnamed female was born on Seventeenth September 1879 at 69 Grosvenor Road, the daughter of John David Elliott, collector of rates, of 69 Grosvenor Road, and Matilda Elliott formerly Kilroy

Father: John David Elliott

Mother: Matilda (Kilroy) Elliott

Married: Charles Edwin Barrows on 28 August 1907 in St. Simon Episcopal church, Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States
Charles E. Barrows is recorded as aged 25, born in 1882. Eileen M. Elliott is recorded as aged 24, born in 1883.
Chicago Daily Tribune 28 August 1907 p9
The marriage of Miss Eileen Moore Elliott. daughter of Mr. and Ms. John D. Elliott, 220 Winthrop avenue to Mr. Charles Edwin Barrows will take place this evening at 8 o'clock at St. Simon Episcopal church, Leland and Pemberton avenues. The Rev. Herbert B. Gwyn will perform the ceremony. Miss Genevieve Elliott will be the maid of honor and Mr. James ???  will be best man. The ushers will be Mr. James Elliott and Mr. Ernest J. Elliott. A small reception will be held at the home of the brides' parents following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Barrows will be at home at 1422 Windsor avenue after Oct. 15
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Children: Notes: Eileen emigrated to the United States with her mother and siblings in 1888. She naturalized as an American citizen in 1903. Eileen is found on the manifest of the Contessa which sailed form Cristobal on 26 February1936, arriving in New Orleans on 2 March 1936.

Death: 18 October 1960, in Evanston, Cook county, Illinois, United States
Eileen Elliott Barrows is recorded as married, aged 79, born on 17 September 1881 in Dublin, Ireland, the daughter of John Elliott and Mathilda Kilroy. Eileen's occupation is housewife, and she is resident at 360 Oak Knoll Road. Eileen died on 18 October 1960 in Evanston, Cook county, Illinois, United States and was buried at Graceland, Chicago, Illinois. Her spouse is Charles E. Barrows who is also listed as the informant.

Burial: Graceland cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Eileen is buried in Maplewood section, sub lot 18N.W. Pt. grave 15

Census & Addresses:
1900: Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
1910: 4548 Clarendon Ave, Chicago, Illinois
1920: 1433 Leland Ave, Chicago, Illinois
1930: 1041 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, Illinois
1935: 1041 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, Illinois   (1940 census)
1936: 1041 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, Illinois   (manifest of the Contessa)
1940: 1041 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, Illinois
1960: 360 Oak Knoll Road, Evanston, Illinois   (death record)

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Ernest John Elliott

Birth: 1 October 1882, at 69 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, county Dublin, Ireland
Ernest John was born on First October 1882 at 69 Grosvenor Road, the daughter of John David Elliott, collector of rates, of 69 Grosvenor Road, and Matilda Elliott formerly Kilroy

Father: John David Elliott

Mother: Matilda (Kilroy) Elliott

Occupation: City Salesman Oils (1910); Part Manager (1918); City Salesman Automobile (1920); Agent Automobile (1930); President Film Industry (1940). On his WWII draft registration card, Ernest lists himself as the owner of a film delivery business located at 1243 S Wabash Ave, Chicago

Notes: Ernest emigrated to the United States with his mother and siblings in 1888. He naturalized as an American citizen in 1903. On his WWII draft registration card, Ernest is described as being of medium height and medium build with blue eyes and blond hair.

Death: 16 May 1957, in Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States
Ernest J Elliott is recorded as married, aged 73, born on 12 October 1883 in Chicago, Illinois, the son of John David Elliott and Mathilda Kilroy. Ernest's occupation is auto dealer, and he is resident at 6026 Winthrop Ave. Eileen died on 16 May 1957 in Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States and was buried on 18 May 1957 at Graceland, Chicago, Illinois. The informant is John D. Hastings.

Burial: Graceland cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Although Ernest's death record states that he was buried at Graceland cemetery, he is not found in the Graceland cemetery records.

Census & Addresses:
1900: Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
1910: 4921 - 4923 Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
1918: 1433 Leland Av, Chicago, Cook county, Illinois   (WWI draft registration card)
1920: 1433 Leland Ave, Chicago, Illinois
1930: 1734 Touhy Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
1935: 1910 Estes Ave, Chicago, Illinois   (1940 census)
1940: 1910 Estes Ave, Chicago, Illinois
1942: 1910 Estes Ave, Chicago, Cook county, Illinois   (WWII draft registration card)
1957: 6026 Winthrop Avenue, Chicago, Illinois   (death record)

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Ethel Mary (Elliott) Hastings

Birth: 27 December 1874, at 69 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, county Dublin, Ireland
Ethel Mary was born on Twenty seventh December 1874 at 69 Grosvenor Road, the daughter of John David Elliott, collector of rates, of 69 Grosvenor Road, and Matilda Elliott formerly Kilroy

Father: John David Elliott

Mother: Matilda (Kilroy) Elliott

Notes: Ethel emigrated to the United States with her mother and siblings in 1888.

The Daily Herald 13 January 1955 p34 (Chicago, Illinois)
News of Northbrook
Mrs. Roy Hastings celebrated her birthday December 27 at a dinner party at the home of her son, James Hastings. There were seven grandchildren present.

Married: Leroy Hezmer Hastings on 12 September 1906, in St Simons Episcopal Church, Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States
Chicago Daily Tribune 9 September 1906 p3 (Chicago, Illinois)
The wedding of Miss Ethel Mary Elliott daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Elliott, 20 Winthrop avenue to Mr. Roy Heimer Hastings will take place on Wednesday in St. Simons Episcopal church. Miss Eileen M. Elliott will be maid of honor and Mr. Charles Edwin Barrows best man. Helea Hastings niece of the groom will attend as flower girl. A small reception will follow the ceremony at the house.

Children: Death: 16 August 1960, in Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States, aged 84
Ethel Elliott Hastings is recorded as widowed, aged 84, born in Dublin, Ireland, the daughter of John D. Elliott and Matilda Kilroy. Ethel's occupation is housewife, and she is resident at 716 Clark Street. Ethel was buried at Graceland. The informant is James E. Hastings.

Burial: Graceland cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Although Ethel's death record states that she was buried at Graceland cemetery, she is not found in the Graceland cemetery records.

Census & Addresses:
1900: Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
1910: 863 Lakeside Place, Chicago, Illinois
1920: 851 Windsor Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
1935: Evanston, Illinois   (1940 census)
1940: Everglades Hotel, 224 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, Dade county, Florida
1960: 716 Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois   (death record)

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Florence Eveleen Elliott

Birth: 12 May 1870, at Verger's House, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, county Dublin, Ireland
Florence Eveleen was born on Twelfth May 1870 at Verger's House Christ Church Cathedral, the daughter of John David Elliott, verger, of Verger's House, Christ Church Cathedral, and Matilda Elliott formerly Kilroy

Father: John David Elliott

Mother: Matilda (Kilroy) Elliott

Notes: Florence emigrated to the United States with her mother and siblings in 1888. She naturalized as an American citizen in 1903.

Occupation: Stenographer

Death: 23 June 1950, in Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States, aged 80
Florence E. Elliott is recorded as single, aged 80, born on 13 May 1870 in Dublin, Ireland, the daughter of John David Elliott and Matilda Kilroy. Florence's occupation is public stenographer, and she is resident at 5535 Ellis Avenue. She was buried at Graceland, Chicago. The informant is L.N. Bottinger.

Burial: Graceland cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
Although Florence's death record states that she was buried at Graceland cemetery, she is not found in the Graceland cemetery records.

Census & Addresses:
1900: Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
1910: 4921 - 4923 Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
1920: 1433 Leland Ave, Chicago, Illinois
1930: 1734 Touhy Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
1935: 1910 Estes Ave, Chicago, Illinois   (1940 census)
1940: 1910 Estes Ave, Chicago, Illinois
1950: 5535 Ellis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois   (death record)

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James Montague Elliott

Birth: 30 May 1868, at Verger's House, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, county Dublin, Ireland
James Montague was born on Thirthieth May 1868 at Verger's House Christ Church Cathedral, the son of John David Elliott, verger, of Verger's House, Christ Church Cathedral, and Matilda Elliott formerly Kilroy

Father: John David Elliott

Mother: Matilda (Kilroy) Elliott

Notes: James emigrated to the United States with his mother and siblings in 1888. He naturalized as an American citizen in 1910.

Education: University of Chicago. James graduated with an A.B. degree in 1902.

Occupation: Mathematics Teacher
James was teaching at North Division High School in Chicago in 1895 (Proceedings of the Board of Education of the City of Chicago 1894-1895 p564). He taught mathematics at St Paul's School on Long Island, New York, at that time under the head master, Dr. Frederick Luther Gamage. After a dispute with the bishop, he resigned and started his own school in Pawling, New York, taking with him the majority of the faculty, including James Elliot, and most of the students (New York Times 12 June 1907 p4). James was one of the eight founders of the corporation that owned the private school, and one of its initial trustees (Report of the Education Department 1908 vol 5 part 1 p497). James taught at Pawling School for at least the next 33 years (1920, 1930, 1940 census).

Death: 7 June 1951, in Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States
James Montague Elliott is recorded as single, aged 83, born on 30 May 1868 in Dublin, Ireland, the son of John David Elliott and Mathilda Kilroy. James's occupation is teacher, and he is resident at 1910 Eates Avenue. He was buried at Graceland, Chicago, Illinois. The informant is E. J. Elliott.

Burial: 11 June 1951 at Graceland cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
James is buried in Maplewood section, sub lot 18N.W.P grave 12

Census & Addresses:
1895: 1118 Aldine Ave, Chicago, Illinois   (Annual Register 1894-1895 p199)
1897: 1428 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois   (Annual Register 1896-1897 p410)
1900: Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
1903: 1230 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois   (General Register of the Officers and Alumni, 1892-1902 p165)
1906: 220 Winthrop Ave, Chicago, Illinois   (Alumni Directory of the University of Chicago, 1861-1906 p109)
1920: Pawling School, North Main Street, Pawling, Dutchess county, New York
1930: North Main Street, Pawling, Dutchess county, New York
1935: The Pawling School, Pawling, Dutchess county, New York   (1940 census)
1940: The Pawling School, Pawling, Dutchess county, New York
1951: 1910 Estes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois   (death record)

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Jane M. Elliott

Birth: 14 March 1877, at 61 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, county Dublin, Ireland
Unnamed female was born on Fourteenth March 1877 at 61 Grosvenor Road, the daughter of John David Elliott, collector of rates, of 61 Grosvenor Road, and Matilda Elliott formerly Kilroy

Father: John David Elliott

Mother: Matilda (Kilroy) Elliott

Notes: Jane emigrated to the United States with her mother and siblings in 1888. She naturalized as an American citizen in 1903.

Occupation: Stenographer (1900); Housekeeper (1951)

Death: 27 April 1951, in Evanston, Cook county, Illinois, United States, aged 74
Jane M. Elliott is recorded as single, aged 74, born in Ireland, the daughter of John David Elliott and Matilda Kilroy. Jane's occupation is housekeeper, and she is resident at 1910 Estes Avenue. Jane died on 27 April 1951 in Evanston, Cook county, Illinois, United States and was buried at Graceland, Chicago, Illinois. The informant is Ruth M. Hartshorne.

Burial: 30 April 1951, in Graceland cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Jane is buried in Maplewood section, sub lot 18N.W.P grave 11

Census & Addresses:
1900: Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois (listed as Jennie M. Elliott)
1910: 4921 - 4923 Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
1920: 1433 Leland Ave, Chicago, Illinois
1930: 1734 Touhy Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
1935: 1910 Estes Ave, Chicago, Illinois   (1940 census)
1940: 1910 Estes Ave, Chicago, Illinois
1951: 1910 Estes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois   (death record)

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John David Elliott

Birth: 16 September 1838, in Ireland

Baptism: 21 October 1838, in Glasnevin, county Dublin, Ireland

Father: David Elliott

Mother: Jane (_____) Elliott

Married: Matilda Kilroy on 22 May 1867, in Ballymachugh, county Cavan, Ireland

Children: Occupation: Verger (Christ Church Cathedral) from 1866 until at least 1868; Collector of Poor-rate (1872, 1874, 1877); Rate Collector for Blackrock, and Secretary of the Drummond Institute for the orphan daughters of soldiers (1881, 1883); Superintendent of janitors, Chicago Post Office (1900); Collector for a gas company (1910)

Notes: John emigrated to the United States in 1887, and his wife and children followed the next year.

Death: 13 March 1913, in Chicago, Cook county, Illinois, United States
John D. Elliott is recorded as married, aged 73, born on 17 September 1839 in Ireland. John's occupation is collector, and he is resident at 4742 Kenmore Ave, Ward 25-2. He was buried on 16 March 1913, at Graceland, Chicago, Illinois. The informant is E. J. Elliott.

Burial: 16 March 1913 at Graceland cemetery, Chicago, Illinois, United States.
John is buried in Maplewood section, sub lot 18N.W.P grave 5

Census & Addresses:
1868: Verger's House, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, county Dublin   (baptism of son James)
1870: Verger's House, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, county Dublin   (baptism of daughter Florence)
1872: Grange House, Whitechurch, Rathfarnham, county Dublin   (baptism of daughter Annie)
1874: 69 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, county Dublin   (baptism of daughter Ethel)
1877: 61 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, county Dublin   (baptism of daughter Jane)
1881: 69 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, county Dublin   (Thom's Directory of Ireland 1881 p1577)
1883: 69 Grosvenor Road, Rathmines, county Dublin   (Thom's Directory of Ireland 1883 p1595)
1900: Sheridan Road, Chicago, Illinois
1907: 220 Winthrop Avenue, Chicago, Illinois   (Chicago Daily Tribune 28 August 1907 p9)
1910: 4921 - 4923 Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois
1913: 4742 Kenmore Ave, Chicago, Illinois   (death record)

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