Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott (died 1894)

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Mary Ida Ida (Mooney) Elliott
? - 1894 (edit)
updated February 06, 2019
Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott was born into the Mooney family and married into the Elliott family. She married Robert Welton Elliott. She died in 1894. We know that Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott had been residing in Glenorona, Australia.


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Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott passed away in 1894. She married Robert Welton Elliott. We know that Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott had been residing in Glenorona, Australia.
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In 1816, in July, Lord Byron, Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, Percy Bysshe Shelley and John Polidori were vacationing in Switzerland, talking about the occult. They challenged each other to write the best horror story they could. Mary (Godwin) Shelley wrote "Frankenstein" - which came to her in a dream. Polidori wrote the short story The Vampyre.

In 1827, on May 25th, Romanian inventor Petrache Poenaru received a French patent for the invention of the first fountain pen with a replaceable ink cartridge. The fountain pen would make inkwells obsolete. Poenaru's patent used a barrel made from a large swan quill (part of the feather).

In 1831, around July 15th, the volcanic island of Graham Island briefly emerged in the Mediterranean Sea. The island was discovered by Humphrey Fleming Senhouse, a British sea captain, on August 1st and claimed by the United Kingdom. The island still exists but is now once again underwater.

In 1851, from May through August, the Midwest was hit with record rain, causing the Great Flood of 1851. Iowa was hardest hit - the town of Des Moines was flooded and mostly destroyed. Many rainfall records held for over 160 years.

In 1894, in the year of Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott's passing, large reserves of oil were discovered on the Osage Indian reservation in Oklahoma. Previously thought to be "useless" land - not even good for farming - the tribe had bought the land themselves. The discovery of oil made the Osage the "richest group of people in the world" at the time.

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Other Mary Elliotts

Mary Louise (Wesseldine) Elliott
Dec 13, 1927 - Aug 6, 2000
Sorrento, FL, United States
Mary Ann Elliott
1869 - 1945
Mary Alice Elliott
around 1906 - Jan 10, 1942
Mary J Elliott
Born: around 1919
Texas, United States
Mary E Elliott
Born: around 1922
Missouri, United States
Mary E Elliott
Born: around 1919
Indiana, United States
Mary B Elliott
Born: around 1920
North Carolina, United States
Mary J Elliott
Born: around 1918
Maryland, United States
Mary Mcguckin Elliott
Sy, Australia
Mary Mcguckin Elliott
Died: 1897
Renfrewshire, Australia
Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott
England, Australia

Other Elliotts

Eliza Agnes (Elliott) Luke
Died: 1895
Islington England, Australia

Other Mooneys

Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott
England, Australia

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Mary Ida (Mooney) Elliott
England, Australia
Thomas Pat Durack
Ballarat, Australia
Kate (Driscoll) Driscoll
Died: 1894
Co Cork, Australia
Marina Sarah (Swanson) Pearson
Portland, Australia
Mary Jane (Macnamara) Walker
Died: 1894
Dunedin Nz, Australia
Edward Jerome Dyer
Richmond, Australia
Edward Jerome Dyer
Died: 1894
Glenlyon, Australia
Blanche (Lansly) Dyer
Glenlyon, Australia
Edgar Charles Hagan
Died: 1894
Gippsland, Australia
Winifred (Kelly) Morris
Co Galway, Australia
Agnes (Levin) Fyhn
Denmark, Australia
Agnes Morton (Findlay) Egan
Melbourne North, Australia
Maria (Higgins) Anderson
Died: 1894
Omeo, Australia
Sarah Elizabeth (Dyson) Sherlock
Died: 1894
Victoria, Australia
Thomas Francis Dinwoodie
Geelong, Australia
Emile Jouy
South Yarra, Australia
Emile Jouy
Died: 1894
France, Australia
William Birmingham Keatinge
Co Kerry, Australia
Ottillia (Ott) Taylor
Died: 1894
Bendigo, Australia
Peter William Cardilini
Malmsbury, Australia
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