Florida Genealogy

Florida Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Florida ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times and people in Florida history.

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Biographies of Gadsden Men from Memoirs of Florida

These biographies of Gadsden County men have been transcribed from the Memoirs of Florida. Surnames of biographical sketches include Broome, Davidson, Dismukes, Hinsey, Martin, Mitchell, Philips, Stockton, Thompson, Wilson, and Wyatt.
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History of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Quincy

St. Paul’s Church in Quincy, Florida, has a rich history dating back to its organization and election of the vestry on December 7, 1838. The parish was quickly integrated into the Diocese of Florida during the Diocese’s Second Annual Convention in January 1839. Officially incorporated on February 28, 1839, by an act of the Territorial Legislature, the church was originally served by the rector of St. John’s Church in Tallahassee, beginning in 1834. Despite challenges, including periods without a rector and the use of the building as a Confederate Army hospital during the Civil…
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Antioch Church Cemetery, Wetumpka

Antioch Church Cemetery was surveyed on April 21, 1957; therefore, burials after this date are not included here. Directions: Leave Quincy going south on Pat Thomas Parkway (Hwy. 267 South). It’s about 9 miles to Wetumpka. Continue south past intersection with Old Federal Road (Hwy 65B) to the top of the next hill. Turn left on McCall Bridge Road (Hwy. 65C), and the church and cemetery are within sight on the right. The cemetery covers about three acres. SurnameGivenBirth DateDeath DateComments on StoneALDERMANBulah ? Eulah2-20-1889Living ALFORDAuthur J.7-5-18922-3-1955 ALFORDEstalee4-28-192810-26-1933 ALFORDParmon8-23-19001-20-1931 ANDERSONCora Lee8-1-190311-26-1955Wife of Basie W. PittmanANDERSONRobert M.2-27-18868-23-1952 BLACKArchie Amanda,2-3-186212-9-1920Wife of…

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Alexander “Sandy” Love Cemetery

The Alexander Love Farm was located 5 miles west of Quincy on Highway 90 at Douglas City. The cemetery is located just north of the road at the Y. Alexander “Sandy” Love was born in 1800 in N.C. the son of Edward Love and Elizabeth Curry. His family was very instrumental in early Gadsden Co. McMillan (Sign of the Dove) Duncan McMillan b March 9, 1832 d. Feb. 17, 1901 “Mark the perfect man and behold the upright for the end of that man is peace.” Psalms 37-37 Isabella C. Love wife of Duncan…

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St. Nicholas Cemetery, Jacksonville, Florida

A bird likes to sing but cannot write the song for future reference. Some animals fly and cannot write down the process which he transports from one place to another. We have heard and seen the talking bird, but we have not seen his written conversation. Man is unique in many behavioral patterns. It is an intelligent thing to put down parts of information until we come to a more valid and conclusive bit of evidence that can be checked until we find real truths that exists behind an important community place or project….

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Obituary of Wanda Lea Gilfillan

March 2, 1921 – November 19, 2021 Wanda Lea Gilfillan, old Wanda Lea (Womack) Gilfillan of Amelia Island, Florida passed away unexpectedly on November 19, 2021 at Baptist Medical Center Nassau in Fernandina Beach. She was born March 2, 1921 in Glenwood, Kentucky, daughter of Ward Dewey Womack and Vanna Marie (Shortridge) Womack. A graduate of Portsmouth, Ohio High School in the Class of 1939, she furthered her education at the University of Cincinnati Nursing School. It was there she met Lewis S. Gilfillan of Bar Harbor, Maine, who had received his DMD from…

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