William H. Elliot

William H. Elliot (1864)

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William H. Elliot
Born in Nashville, Tennessee, USAmap
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Husband of — married in St. Louis, Missouri, USAmap
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
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ELLIOT. William H., manager Elliot Frog & Switch Co.; born Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 15, 1864; son of Henry and Mary (Hazeltine) Elliott; educated at Clinton (public) School, St. Louis, until 1879; Kemper School, Boonville, Mo. 1879-82, graduating 1882; married, St. Louis, Nov. 20, 1889, Blanche Wilkerson; one daughter, Virginia. Since May 15, 1882, connected with the Elliot Frog & Switch Co., manufacturers of railway frogs, crossings, switches and switch stands, of which is now manager. Director First National Bank of East St. Louis. Member St. Louis Engineers' Club. Independent in politics. Member Christian (Disciples) Church. Clubs: Mercantile, Missouri Athletic, Glen Echo Country. Office: East St. Louis, Ill. Residence: 5023 Westminister P.


  • "The Book of St. Louisans" 1900, p. 175

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William Elliot - Notable St. Louisan
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