Robert has sons, Robert and Andrew.
III. Robert Baillie to Sir John Hamilton of Armagh, his family likely died in the Irish Revolt of 1642, though he had a son Robert which surveyed land.
Andrew (Dand) Ellot of Liddesdale became Daniel Elliott of Somerville married to a Hamilton, of Tullykelter Castle.
1016. Dennis Merrill STACKHOUSE  [751. Merrill Stackhouse 10, Roy Stackhouse 9, Mary 8, Lemuel 7, Comfort 6, John 5, Jonathan 4, 3, Daniel 2, 1] was born 7 Feb 1942. He married to Linda Lou FELDMAN, born 17 Dec 1943. Her parents were Hi and Helen FELDMAN. Dennis and Linda in 1987 were living at Saylorville, IA, near Des Moines. Their address was; R.R. 2, Polk City, IA 50226. They were parents of four children;
Loren returned to Iowa State College and graduated in 1949 with a B.S. degree in Agricultural Engineering. He married Alma Anne Barna on April 2, 1948 in the Methodist Collegiate Church in Ames, IA. To this marriage, three sons were born: Mark Stephen Elliott, Robert Loren Elliott, and James Reese Elliott. Loren retired December 31, 1982 from the Soil Conservation Service, USDA, having served as assistant area engineer in Ft Dodge, planning engineer in the Little Sioux Watershed at Sioux City; area engineer in Topeka, KS; and Watershed and River Basin Engineer for the State of Iowa located in Des Moines. They lived in the Des Moines area from 1963 until they moved to Mesa, AZ in 1993.
Samuel Abrahams, tailor; Michael Arnine, labourer; Christian Aberie, baker; Fred Bocher, agricultural labourer; Edward Bell, ironsmith; John Beck, labourer; John Boland, agricultural labourer; James Browne, do; Jas. F. Bristow, labourer; Chas. Bohn, baker; John Brodie, boilermaker; Timothy Cronin, agricultural labourer; Pat Cullen, ploughman; Hugh Campbell, labourer; Samuel Campbell, agricultural labourer; Andrew Craig, blacksmith; Daniel Carry, farm labourer; Timothy Daly, do.; Geo. F. Downey, carpenter; Henry Ducron, butler; George Evans, agricultural labourer; William Ellery, copper miner; Chas. Emblin, labourer; Charles Fitzsimons, agricultural labourer; Samuel Falkner, labourer; Carl Fuchs, labourer; Robert Fuchs, labourer; Thomas Forster, railway labourer; Matthew Galligan, agricultural labourer ; Thos. Galligan, do.; Chas. Godfrey, do.; Pat Fogerty, labourer; Johann H. Grieger, agricultural labourer ; Johnann E. Greiger, do.; Ferdinand Helling, do.; David Hunter, machine maker ; Archibald Hamilton, currier ; John Hopkins, labourer; James Hopkins, do.; Herbert Hortin, agricultural labourer ; Ted Jacob, do. ; Robert Knightly, do.; John Kennedy, do.; Thomas Lamb, do.; Hedley Laver, labourer ; Bartholomew McKenna, agricultural labourer; John Murphy, do.; Pat Miller, do.; Brien McGuire, agricultural labourer ; Hy. McGuire, labourer; Henry McKenzie, labourer; Wm. May, agricultural labourer ; August Neeman, do.; John Nicol, currier; John Newton, baker; Dan. O'Callaghan, agricultural labourer; George Osborne, labourer; Dan O'Grady, compositor; James Plant, gardener; Charles Polain, cabinetmaker; Pat Quin, ploughman; John Rustler, cooper; Pat Reilly, mason; Andrew Ramage, baker; John Rooney, gardener; James Rooney, agricultural labourer; Philip Kelly, do.; David Scanlan, do.; John Stove, carpenter; Robert Stewart, agricultural labourer; John Thompson, fitter; Edward Treacy, labourer; Walter Thom, do.; Robert Taylor, mechanic; John Taylor, tailor; Alexander Williams, agricultural labourer; James Weiderman, do.; Gustav Weiderman, do.; John Waterman, labourer ; George Wilson, engineer ; John Willoughby, labourer; and William C. Stockton, butcher.
In these days of fine ships it is hard to say when the superlative of accommodation at sea is reached, but although not one of the modern school the Trevelyan is certainly a well-selected vessel for the transport of immigrants.
She has a good height between decks, has excellent ventilation, is clean, and is well regulated, probably in consequence of the capital understanding which appears to exist between the surgeon-superintendent and the master, aided by the good offices of Mrs. Whiting, the matron. She of course had the principal charge of the single girls, and well acquitted herself, and if they prove to be what their appearance would lead people to expect the colony will be greatly benefited by the arrival In the poop the hospitals baths, and lavatories find place ; thus the cabin proper is much contracted, and below in the after end of the 'tween docks is the compartment for girls, 84 of whom find there comfortable quarters. The fittings of this department are much the same as those ordinarily in use, but in the next space devoted to the families a complete reformation is notable. Instead of the old plan of berths at the sides the whole area is divided, into small staterooms, so as to ensure an amount of privacy not otherwise obtainable. The whole are well ventilated, and as clean as it is possible to make them. The single men's compartment is fitted with bunks, though some of the occupants had wisely provided hammocks as preferable. On deck is found the cooking gear and water distiller; but although the latter has been in good working order the passengers have been supplied from the ship's tanks as most conducive to good health. The Surgeon-Superintendent is Dr. Hardy, a gentleman of colonial birth, who has returned to Adelaide to practice his profession.
His report regarding the people on board is highly favourable; therefore it maybe concluded that as a whole they are an acquisition. There are 166 English, 22 Scotch, 90 Irish, 22 foreigners, and the industrial lists show a preponderance of artisans and labourers. The passage has proved agreeable.
826. James Donald ELLIOTT  [632. James 9, Charles 8, 7, Comfort 6, John 5, Jonathan 4, 3, Daniel 2, 1] was born 4 Apr 1950 in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co, IA. He married on 28 Jul 1971 in Cedar Falls, IA, to Janet Kay WRIGHT. Janet was born 17 Jan 1950 in Ft Dodge, Webster Co, IA. Their address, . They were the parents of two children with the oldest born in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co, and the youngest in Cedar Falls, Black Hawk Co, IA.
634. Marion Irvin ELLIOTT  [468. Charles 8, 7, Comfort 6, John 5, Jonathan 4, 3, Daniel 2, 1] was born 19 May 1931 near Sigourney, Keokuk Co, IA. He married first on 19 Jan 1951 in Salem, Fulton Co, Arkansas, to Shirley PIERCE. She was born 10 Dec 1933 in Woodward, Dallas Co, IA. Marion and Shirley had one daughter, Kathy, born in Des Moines, Polk Co, IA. He married second to Frances Rebecca GREENE on 13 Nov 1955 in the Little Brown Church at Nashua, IA. Marion and Frances resided near Deep River, Poweshiek Co, IA, in 1983. They were the parents of five children – the oldest born in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co, IA, and the other four born in Oskaloosa, Mahaska Co,
492. Orrin Leslie ELLIOTT [325. Chauncey 7, Thaddeus 6, 5, Jonathan 4, 3, Daniel 2, 1] born 8 Mar 1860 at Centerville, Allegany County, NY. On 28 Dec 1886 he married Helen Coit BROWN of Dresden, NY. He received his PHB degree at Cornell University in 1885, his PHD from Cornell U. in 1890, and served as Registrar of Stanford University from 1891 – 1925. Orrin and Ellen had the following children;
The population is centered in two villages. East Village is situated on the north branch of Sugar River at the head of Spectacle Pond [JOHN ELLIOT is interred in cemetery overlooking Spectacle Pond] and on the main road from Newport to Lebanon. Here can be found the town hall, library, school, store, and
62. Thaddeus ELLIOT  [23. Jonathan 4, 3, Daniel 2, 1] born 22 Jan 1763 at Sutton, Worcester Co, MA; married 16 Jun 1784 to Thankful GOLDTHWAITE and came to Croydon, Cheshire Co, NH, in 1785 where they resided until 1807. He removed to Salem, VT; Coventry, VT; and to Fletcher, Franklin Co, VT, where he died in 22 Jun 1844. He is interred in Binghamville Cemetery in Fletcher, VT. Salem is now known as Derby. Thankful was born in Sutton on 2 Jan 1765. They had a grandson, A.J. Elliot, that compiled some genealogy data before dying of pneumonia. The first four children were recorded at Croydon but probably all were born there are;
first to Ralph Robinson McCLUNG who was born 6 Apr 1913 in Seagoville, Dallas Co, TX, and died 13 Jun 1976 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co, CA. He is interred in Frederick, OK, Cemetery. His parents were Joseph Leonard and Ethel [ROBINSON] McCLUNG. The family lived several years in Los Angeles Co, CA, before his death. Maxine and Ralph were parents of two sons;
Boy Scouts from Troop 33 in DeKalb and Troop 139 in Waterman enjoyed an artic adventure together when they traveled hundreds of miles north to Tomahawk Scout Reservation near Rice Lake, Wisconsin.