Tag Archives: The McIntires and Elliotts of Bickle’s Cove

Todd and Bickle Trip from Arkansas to Texas – 1900

Today’s blog post is an interview conducted by Louise Todd Hunt with Jeff Todd and his sister Zula Todd McIntire. Also presented is information from Abner Newton Todd’s notebook with details of the wagon trip from Arkansas to Garland, Texas. … Continue reading

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PALATINE GERMANS AND OUR FIRST EOFF’S IN AMERICA

  Generations of wars and heavy taxation in southern Germany plus a severe winter in 1709 caused devastation in the land and impoverished the people, making many families seek relief by migrating. They were called “Palatines” as most were from the … Continue reading

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James Monroe Elliott – Arkansas Calvary, Confederate, quartermaster.

James Monroe Elliott was born on June 22, 1816 in Warren, Tennessee. His father was Stephen Elliott and his mother was Elizabeth; her last name is not known. In 1843, Monroe married Margaret Eoff in Tennessee, where they had three children. After the move … Continue reading

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