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Panola Beatrice Bishop Eoff
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Birth: Feb., 1866
Texas, USA
Death: Dec. 28, 1941
Fisher County
Texas, USA

Panola Beatrice Bishop was the daughter of Ezekiel and Nancy Bishop, natives of Georgia. Her known siblings were Isabella, Lena, Elizabeth, John, Rufus, Burnham, Frank, Harris, Joseph and Virginia Bishop. Panola was in Upshur County Texas in 1870 and Hill County, Texas in 1880. Her father was a minister and farmer.

Panola married Jonathan "John" Eoff, son of George Eoff and Sarah Frances Ogle, March 14, 1886 in Hill County, Texas. They were the parents of twelve children including three sets of twins, Allie Beatrice (Eoff) Myers, Cora Belle (Eoff) Fondy, Benjamin Franklin "Frank" Eoff, Versa(Eoff) Blakely, Velma Ann (Eoff)(Abel)(Staton)Daniels, Leanna "Lila" (Eoff) Kimble, Frederick Horace Eoff, Luther Henry Eoff, Lucille Eoff, Elza Lee Eoff, Elsie (Eoff) Rippetoe and Jay Mack Eoff. They raised their children on farms in Scurry and Fisher counties, Texas.

Family links: 
  Jonathan Eoff (1862 - 1941)*
  Cora Bell Eoff Fondy (1889 - 1961)*
  Benjamin Franklin Eoff (1891 - 1960)*
  Versie Eoff Blakely (1893 - 1975)*
  Frederick Horace Eoff (1900 - 1946)*
  Luther Henry Eoff (1902 - 1978)*
  Jay Mack Eoff (1907 - 1996)*
*Calculated relationship
Bethel Cemetery
Jones County
Texas, USA
Created by: Shirley M Eoff
Record added: Apr 10, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25912248
Panola Beatrice <i>Bishop</i> Eoff
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Panola Beatrice <i>Bishop</i> Eoff
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- Donald Lindsey Eoff
 Added: Aug. 15, 2012

- Shirley M Eoff
 Added: May. 6, 2009

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