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Her father died when she was only 5 years old, perhaps as a result of hardships during captivity in Mexico, and her mother, Elizabeth Menafee Riddle, married Harvey Canterbury, a prosperous merchant. Back home, she married Robert Eagar, a former bookkeeper from New York, in 1867; the young couple soon moved into a one-story limestone house built for them by her parents at 434 S. As the Eagars brought up three daughters there, he became a director of the San Antonio National Bank — located in the Riddle Building — and secretary of the San Antonio Street Rail Co.
Her daughter Florence Eagar Roberts lived in that house until the early 1960s, recalling a time when the backyard “ran all the way to Goliad.” Preserved during the run-up to Hemis Fair '68, the house was repurposed for the World's Fair as the Baptist Pavilion.
I'm doing some volunteer work on the historic preservation/renovation of the Eagar House on the grounds of Hemis Fair.
I'm wondering if there are still any descendants of the family still in San Antonio or if you might have any interesting back story on events that might have been hosted there.
Adrian Woll's invasion and kept in Mexico for nearly a year. Army officer, vowed loyalty to his home state of Virginia if it seceded.
After his return, toddler Sarah is said to have been kidnapped by Native Americans, either from her father's store or just outside. Young Sarah got even closer to the Confederacy when she was sent to a female seminary in Mississippi for finishing and went to a dance with future Confederate States of America President Jefferson Davis, then between wives.