Mrs. J.B. Elliot and daughter Goldie took a trip to Europe in 1908. Mrs J B Elliot and Mrs J B Elliot Jr hosted many socials at their home. They traveled extensively - See Billings Girl Back From Five Years in the German Capital, Billings Gazette, June 7, 1918. James B. Elliot Jr. is listed as a rancher living at 105 Yellowstone Avenue (1916 Polk Directory). Family operated the Elliot Ranch near Roundup. James Jr. married Harriet Clark, the daughter of Harriet and Andrew Clark in 1922. James Jr. died in an accident - See Rancher Burns, Billings Gazette, May 23, 1943. His mother Jean Elliot was still alive in 1943.
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Billings Gazette, June 7, 1918. 1916 Polk Directory. Billings Gazette, May 23, 1943.