Hibernia, Fleming's Island, Florida.

Hibernia, Fleming's Island, Florida.

Published Date

  • ca. 1885

Geographic Term

  • Hibernia, Fleming Island, St. Johns River.

Description

  • ''An attractive old-fashioned southern home, surrounded by oak and orange groves delightfully situated on the beautiful St. Johns River, twenty-three miles South of Jacksonville.''

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Hibernia, Fleming's Island,
Florida
An attractive old-fashioned Southern home, surrounded
by oak and orange groves, delightfully situated on the beautiful
St. Johns River, twenty-three miles South of Jacksonville.
Among the many attractions are pleasant society, pure
artesian water, swimming pool, tennis court, good boating and
fishing; a short distance from the famous Black Creek, a
pleasant drive to Magnolia and Green Cove Springs.
Excellent table, fresh vegetables, milk and poultry.
Steamers leaving Jacksonville for Hibernia are:
Sylvester or Hancox at 8:30 a.m. daily, Sunday excepted.
Manatee 2:30 p.m. daily, except Sunday.
Governor Safford, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thurdays [sic], 8 a.m.
Hibernia can be reached [crossed out 'by rail to' inserted 'from'] Green Cove Springs or
Magnolia [crossed out 'and' inserted 'by'] carriage or boat.
For further particulars address

F.A. Fleming.