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1930 US Census Missouri, Sullivan Co., Pleasant Hill, ED 106-18, SD 3, Sheet 3A, April 5, 1930. 50 53. Elliott, Orvell M., head, rent, male, white, age 87, married at age 28, MO MO MO. Olga L., wife, female, white, age 33, married at age 24, MO KY KS. Harold B., son, male, white, age 6, single, MO MO MO.
Social Security Death Index Name: Orvell Elliott SSN: 487-42-7656 Last Residence: 64628 Brookfield, Linn, Missouri, United States of America Born: 1 Nov 1892 Died: Aug 1981 State (Year) SSN issued: Missouri (1955)
ORVILLE MILFORD ELLIOTT: “Milan Standard,Milan,Mo.,17 September,1981 3/7/3” Orville M. Elliott Orville M. Elliott, son of James O. and Nancy J.(Dodson) Elliott, was born November 1,1892 near Browning, Missouri. He passed away at Pershing Memorial Hospital in Brookfield, Mo. on August 26,1981, age 88 years,9 months and 26 days. On June 24,1917 he entered the service at Fort Dodge, Iowa. From there he was sent overseas as a machine gunner in the 5th Division of the United States Army and spent three months on the front lines in the Battle of the Argon Forest. He then returned to the United States where he was honorably discharged from the military services. On May 31,1920 he was united in marriage to Olga Leah Havens and to this union was born one child, Harold B.Elliott of Brookfield, Mo. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Olga of the home; and his son, Harold and wife, Nina Clair Elliott. Four grandchildren, Mrs. Donnie (Linda) Laffey of Kearney, Mo.; Mrs. Carter (Desiree) Sappington; Dennis Elliott, and his wife Brenda; and Shawn Elliott, all of Brookfield. Three great grandchildren, Shawna, Brett and Melinda Laffey of Kearney, Mo.; one niece, Ima Elliott Rinehart of Kansas City, Mo.; three nephews, James Elliott, Browning; Howard W.Havens, Kansas City,Mo.;and Carl Long, Newton,IA. Those preceding him in death were his father, mother and two sisters, Mrs.Leon (Della Elliott) Havens and Mrs.Walter (Effie Elliott) Long; and one brother, Willie Lee Elliott. Mr.Elliott was a faithful member of the Church of Christ in Browning, Mo. He was a member of the American Legion Post 274 in Browning. Mr.Elliott was a life long farmer near Browning, where he spent most of his life. Services were held at the Baptist Church in Browning at 2:00 p.m. on August 28,1981 with burial in the Knifong Grove Cemetery. Services were conducted by the Rev. Dallas Williams and Rev. Kenneth Kelley. Pallbearers were Keith Artz, William J.Taylor, Marlin Belzer ,Roy J.Haley, Donald E.Mason and Delwin C. Crum, all members of the American Legion Post.
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