Country Of Origin Australia
Born 1865
Died 1946
Birth/ Baptism Born 1865, Ballarat, Victoria
Parents Josiah and Lydia Marriott (formerly Neville)
Apprenticeship Most likely with his father
Skills Watchmaker, Jeweller
Work Locations Latrobe, Sheffield, Devonport
Street Address
Rooke Street, Devonport
Marriage/Spouse 23 February 1887, at the residence of the bridegroom, Latrobe, to Rebecca Mincham (d. 1894, New South Wales),
Witnesses: A T Oliver and J Marriott.

1896, Albury, New South Wales, to Margaret Georgina Kissick (d. 1908).

1909, Tumut, New South Wales, to Eliza Eva Jones.

Other Pre-Tasmania: Employer, T. Gaunt’s, Melbourne, Victoria.

1886–1887: Business partnership with Albert Thompson Oliver at Latrobe and Sheffield. Albert Oliver was previously employed by Martha Allen, Launceston. The partnership was dissolved by mutual consent in August 1887, and the business purchased by F & W Stewart, Launceston. Frank Marriott continued as manager for a short time.

November 1888: Father, watchmaker Josiah Marriott advertised opened a branch of his business in Devonport with Frank as manager.

March 1890: Business Partnership, Draeger (Adolph) and Marriott, Devonport was dissolved by mutual consent.

Approx. 1890–1891: Deloraine.

April 1891: An auction was advertised to sell Mr F Marriott’s household furniture.
Early 1890s: Moved to New South Wales and worked in his trade at Tumut for many years.

Death 26 June 1946, Belmore, New South Wales
TAHO: RGD37/1/46 no849 Marriage 1887.
Web: Victoria Births Deaths Marriages, Registration No. 19932/1865; Australia Death Index 1894 [Rebecca Marriott]; Australia Marriage Index 1896 [Frank Marriott & Margaret Georgina Kissick]; Australia Death Index 1908 [Margaret G Marriott].
Devon Herald 30 March 1886, 13 May 1887; North West Chronicle 22 July 1887, 5 August 1887; Daily Telegraph 31 August 1887, 11 March 1890; North West Post 10 November 1888; The Examiner (Launceston) 24 April 1891; The Tumut Advocate & Farmers & Settlers’ Adviser 26 February 1907; The Tumut & Adelong Times 5 November 1909; Adelong & Tumut Express & Tumbarumba 4 February 1910; Sydney Morning Herald 27 June 1946.