|Birth: ||Feb. 25, 1823|
|Death: ||Feb. 25, 1897|
Wyatt Moseley Elliott
Residence 11th St, Richmond, VA VA;
Enlisted on 4/19/1861 at Richmond, VA as a Captain.
On 4/19/1861 he was commissioned into "G" Co. VA 12th Infantry
He was discharged on 5/1/1862
Promotions: Colonel (Virginia State reserves)
He also had service in: Field & Staff VA State Reserves
born 2/25/1823 in Campbell County, VA
died 2/25/1897 in Lynchburg, VA
Clerk US Circuit Court and District Court, Lynchburg, VA
Parents- Thomas Elliott of Campbell Co., & Elizabeth Bondurant of Buckingham Co.
Virginia Military Institute record:
Entered VMI November 11, 1839 from Buckingham Court House, VA and graduated July 4, 1842, standing 7th in a class of 16. He held the highest rank in the Corps of Cadets--First Captain. A day after commencement, he co-founded the VMI Alumni Association and became its first president.
Career: Pre-war- lawyer, editor; post-war, lawyer, politician/legislator (Virginia House of Delegates & Senate); Member VMI Board of Visitors, 1874-1875; Clerk, US Circuit and District Courts, Lynchburg, 1884-1897.
Father: Thomas P A ELLIOTT b: 12 DEC 1793 in, Campbell,VA.
Mother: Elizabeth Moseley Betsy BONDURANT b: 3 AUG 1799 in probably, Buckingham,VA.
Wyatt Moseley Elliott and his second wife Elizabeth Lewis Trent are buried with
the iron fence at Variety Shade.
Specifically: Buried Thomas Bondurant home, Buckingham, VA.
Maintained by: Ancestral Sleuth
Originally Created by: Bev
Record added: Nov 10, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16581852
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