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|Elliott Family of Pembrokeshire, Wales|
|John Charles ELLIOTT, born abt. 1862, of Pembroke Docks, Pembrokeshire, married Elizabeth Jane WAKEHAM. They had 14 children. John Charles was a butcher and stable owner in Pembroke Docks, and according to a newspaper article of the period, the county penny-farthing cycling champion. We have a picture of him, in August 1902, driving the royal party of King Edward VII, Queen Alexandra and Princess Victoria, through Pembroke on the start of a trip to Pembroke Castle, Monkton Priory Church and St. Govan's. He died relatively young, at age 50, in Port Talbot, Glamorgan, Wales. His family history follows.
|Generation No. 1
John Elliot, born abt. 1794, Camrose, Pembrokeshire, Wales, married Jane JAMES, born abt. 1810, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. Their children:
|Generation No. 2
John Elliot, born abt. 1834, Haverfordwest, Pembroke, butcher by trade, married widow, Martha (nee HOWELL) HARRIES, born abt. 1830, daughter of William HOWELL. Their children:
|Generation No. 3
John Charles EllIOTT, born abt. 1862, married Elizabeth Jane WAKEHAM, born 1864 in Ballycotton, Ireland, daughter of Benjamin Wakeham. John Charles was a butcher in Pembroke Docks, Pembrokeshire, Wales. They had 14 children, before John's early death in 1912.
|Pictured above, Benjamin Elliott, husband of Marion Currie Gibson, who lived an astonishing 103 years. He loved to sing, he loved to laugh.|
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