​​​Garriott Family Genealogy

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07-Eli Daniel Garriott
Birth: 15 Sep 1864, Greenwood Co, KS
Death: 25 Feb 1935, Eagle City, Blaine Co, OK- age 70
Burial: Blakely Cemetery
Occupation: Farmer
Father: William Madison Garriott

Marriage: Sep 1891
Spouse: Margaret Katherine "Kate" HARPER
Birth: 10 May 1873, Hart Co, KY
Home: to Madison, Greenwood Co, KS in 1887
Death: 7 Apr 1938, Emporia, Lyon Co, KS- age 64
Burial: Blakely Cemetery
Father: Isaac Newton Harper (1833-1910)
Mother: Lucinda D Maddox (1837-)

     1880 Madison, Greenwood Co, KS census: has ED Garriott 14 (Boarder-at School) living in the household of Alonzo Brown 30, Farmer; and Winie J Brown 21, and their two children.
     Next census page has: Sarah Garriott 44, b. OH, Housekeeping; Wm HT Garriott 12, b. KS (Stepson); and Jasper M Garriott 3, b. KS.
     1900 Madison Twp, Greenwood Co, KS census: has ED Garrot 36, b. KS, Farmer; Margaret K Garrot 26, b. KY; and Rexforce Harper 14, b. KY (Nephew).
     1905 Greenwood Co, KS state census: has ED Garriott 41, b. KS; Katie Garriott 31, b. KY; and L Harper 65.
     Next door on this census page is: (all b. KS) JM (Jasper Madison) Garriott 28; NL (Nellie Lorene) Garriott 22; Ray Garriott 3; and Ethel Garriott 2.
     1910 Madison Twp, Greenwood Co, KS census: has Ell G Garriott 45, b. KS, Farmer-General Farming; Kate Garriott 38, b. KY; and Lucinda Harper 72, b. KY (Mother-in-Law)(10 children-8 living).
     1930 Madison Twp, Greenwood Co, KS census: has Elia D Garriott 66, b. KS, Farmer-General Farm; and Kattie M Garriott 56, b. KY.

     1938 OBITUARY: Margaret Katherine Harper was born in Hart County, KY, May 10, 1873. After an illness of several weeks, she departed this life at St Mary's Hospital, Emporia, April 7 1938, at the age of 64 years, 10 months and 28 days.
     She came with her parents to Madison, Kansas, in the fall of 1887. She was united in marriage with Eli Garriott in September, 1891. Her husband died March 1935. They owned a farm eight miles west of Madison, where they lived for many years, and Mrs Garriott continued to live there after her husband's death, until recently she was taken to the hospital. She united with the Baptist church in early girlhood, and her kindly deeds to others in this life bespoke her faith in the life beyond.
     While no children were born to this union, Mr and Mrs Garriott reared two nephews, Chester and Rexford Harper, to young manhood; and later an orphan lad, Jack Bohart, was taken into their home and cared for as their own son. Mrs Garriott's aged mother made her home with them for many years until the mother's death. The nearest relatives living are two brothers, William Harper of Pittsburg, KS, and Sam Harper of Osage City, and a sister, Mrs Susan McMurray of Madison. Several nieces and nephews and many friends will miss her kindly smile and generous deeds.
     Funeral services were held at the Methodist church in Madison Sunday afternoon at two o'clock, conducted by Rev Chas L Ruhlen, pastor of the church. Interment was made in Blakely Cemetery.

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