My Booth family was in El Paso, White County, Arkansas. Here is one quote from Goodspeed's Biographies of White County. I first pick up their trail in Haywood Co. Tennessee before 1846.
M. Love Booth - purchased 320 acres near El Paso. Lost all personal property in the war. When he came to El Paso only two farms were there. After the war, he with Thomas Warren built a large mill, which was destroyed by fire.
Other names: John Loftin Booth, Charles Franklin Booth, Albert Richard Booth.
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