"Llanoite” is the name of an inhabitant of Llano, Texas. The name “Llanoite” has been cited in print since at least 1891.
An inhabitant of Llano has also been called a “Llanoan” (cited in print since at least 1904). Although “Llanoite” is older, “Llanoan” is currently more popular.
Wikipedia: Llano, Texas
Llano ( /ˈlænoʊ/ lan-oh) is a city in Llano County, Texas, in the United States. As of the 2010, the city population was 3,232. It is the county seat of Llano County.
9 November 1891, Dallas (TX) Morning News, “The Wealth of Llano,” pg. 4, col 6:
From present indications that is the only way the Llanoites will ever get railway connection with San Antonio, although the Express still keeps its sterotyped editorial standing in its columns daily.
8 August 1902, San Antonio (TX) Daily Express, pg. 1, col. 3:
Llanoites Go to Galveston.
2 July 1922, Dallas (TX) Morning News, pt. 3, pg. 5, col. 4:
A PROUD AND MODEST LLANOITE.
“I wish to say something of our little western county of Llano, of which there is little known, Llano and her resources and possibilities.”
25 August 1929, Dallas (TX) Morning News, “No Wages, No Jail, and No Idlers Here” (Llano Cooperativer Colony), Feature Section, pg. 3, col. 2:
The colony methods have been built up after many experiments and after making many mistakes, old Llanoites will tell you.
The Llano News (TX)
Llano Crawfish Open begins Friday
By Debra Stewart
April 13, 2011
The Llano Crawfish Open began in 1989 as the brainstorm of a group of Beaumont hunter and local Llanoites.
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