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The John W. Elliott House is a historic home located in Eutaw, Alabama. It was built in 1850 for John Williams Elliott by Jesse Gibson. Its primary design is of the Creole cottage style.

The John W. Elliott House served as the primary home of John Williams Elliott and his first wife Louisa Elizabeth Towner. They raised three children here. When his wife died in 1853, he re-married years later to Blanch Smith Chapman. They left the house and Eutaw altogether during the Civil War era when they decided to live in Brooklyn, New York instead.

The John W. Elliott House is now a part of the National Register of Historic Places as a part of the listing of the Antebellum Homes in Eutaw TR.
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