|Birth: ||Feb. 14, 1831|
|Death: ||Oct. 24, 1914|
William A Eoff was the fifth born child of Samuel Eoff and Azubah Knox, natives of Kentucky and South Carolina respectively. William moved with his parents to Carroll Co, Arkansas (now Boone Co) before 1850. In Carroll/Boone Co, he married Elvira Penuel, the daughter of Jethro Penuel and Nancy Whitlock, December 1, 1853. Their children were Samuel Gethro Ewing Eoff, Azubah M Eoff (d.y.), Isaac Theodric Eoff, Missouri Catherine (Eoff) Magness, William Francis Marion Eoff, Nancy Jane Isabel (Eoff) Ricketts, Sarah Margaret Emaline (Eoff) Anderson and Christopher Columbus Eoff. William and Elvira lived variously in Boone and Marion Counties, Arkansas and eventually in Taney County, Missouri.
William served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He was in Company F Arkansas Cavalry with the rank of
Some of Silas Claiborne Turnbo's interviews with early settlers included tales told by "Uncle Billy Eoff". This collection pub 1904 & 1907 titled "Fireside Stories of the Early Days in the Ozarks". (on-line)
Elvira Frances Penuel Eoff (1833 - 1907)*
Samuel Gethro Ewing Eoff (1855 - 1935)*
Yuba Missouri Catherine Eoff Magness (1861 - 1918)*
William Francis Marion Eoff (1863 - 1944)*
Nancy Jane Isabelle Eoff Ricketts (1866 - 1919)*
Christopher Columbus Eoff (1872 - 1951)*
Created by: Shirley M Eoff
Record added: Jan 20, 2008
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