George Alonzo Soule
Stage Line Owner - Operator
Before coming to Wichita falls
George Alonzo Soule (1840 - 1913)
owned a freight and stage line
in Jacksboro and Fort Griffin.
After the Fort Worth & Denver
Railroad came through here, Soule
brought his wife Lilla and family
in 1883. He opened a stage line
and livery stable at this site
near the business section. he
hauled freight and passengers to
Oklahoma and as far west as
Quanah and Benjamin. Occasionally
he was robbed by highwaymen.
After railway transportation
increased, Soule closed the stage
line and ran livery barns here, in
Harold, and in Vernon until 1912.
The free standing marker is located on the sidewalk on the south side of Ohio Street, between Seventh and Eighth streets, 614 Ohio Street, Wichita Falls, Texas, 76301.
GPS 33-degrees, 54' 53.4" -98-degrees, 29' 28.2".