E. B. Wilhoit, (and Alice Frizzell, and Anna Blackburn), circa 1905

Ephraim Boggs Wilhoit, attorney, born Sept. 19, 1842, on Little Fork, son of James A. Wilhoit and Matilda Boggs.  Educated in county schools, and Mt. Sterling Seminary.  Served in Co. I, 22nd Inf., in Civil War.  Admitted to bar, 1866.  Married Alice Frizzell, Anna Blackburn.  Democrat, Mason, Episcopalian, Odd Fellow.  Died Feb. 16, 1919.  For more details, check out his full history in the E. B. Wilhoit Biography.  Beginning with E.B. and running through the current generation, there has now been an attorney in the Wilhoit family for over 133 years.

In the right-hand photo, pictured l to r:  Inez WilhoitStrother, Anna Blackburn Wilhoit, holding Junius Wilhoit, E. B. Wilhoit, Marie "Dot" Wilhoit Faulkerson and Calhoun Wilhoit (sitting on floor).

Submitted by  Garrett and Sherry Lowe

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