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William Peppers Cabin

Source: Barry Caraway <>, Aug 2002


The Cabin was built in 1836, by William M. Peppers for his bride, Eveline Kincheloe. It was of two-story construction, 20 feet long and 15 feet wide. The stairs were built with wooden pegs.

William Peppers served as a Private in the 29 Brigade, Texas Home Guards, Confederate States Army.. He died in 1888 and is buried in the Richland Cemetery.



Eliza Peppers Coe,
Daughter of William M. Peppers and Eveline Kincheloe.
Picture taken in the 1940s or 50s.

Tombstone Photo

Restored Cabin, at Camp Peniel, 2002



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