History of Gilchrist County

History of Gilchrist County

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SOURCE OF INFORMATION
1. David Lang, Arch Brown, Trenton  
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3. David Lang, Trenton
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5. A. F. Driskell, Mayor, Trenton  
6. David Lang, Trenton; J. T. Jones, Trenton  
7. Alvin W. Smith, Trenton; H. B. Hester, Agt. ACL R. R., Trenton  
8. David Lang, Trenton  
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10. Harvey Matthis, Cross City; David Lang, Trenton
11. D. M. Treadwell, County Agent, Cross City
12. Report to State Comptroller, by Cleveland Moore, Supt. of Schools, Trenton
13. J. T. Jones, Trenton (First Tax Collector of Gilchrist)
14. Asa L. Harllee, Deputy Clerk of Circuit Court, Trenton
15. J. T. Jones, Trenton; L. L. Currie, Cross City
16. David Lang, Trenton
17. H. B. Hester, Agt. ACL R. R., Trenton
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19. McQueen Chaires, Old Town (source of information has been requested of Mr. Chires); H. L. Harllee, Trenton
20. L. L. Currie, Clerk Circuit Court, Cross city
21. J. T. Jones, Trenton
22. Alvin Smith, Trenton (grandson of William F. Smith)
23. Chap Martin, Trenton; Mrs Joanna Moriarty, Fletcher, Fla., J. R. Roberts, Cross City
24. Mr. Matthis, Wilcox, Fla.
25. " " " "; David Lang, Trenton; A. Harlee, Trenton
26. Harvey Matthis, Cross City; David Lang, Trenton
27. J. R. Roberts, Cross City; Mr. Matthis, Wilcox, Fla.

Source

State Library of Florida, WPA - Historical Records Survey, County Histories

Description

Brief history of Gilchrist County, Florida collected by the Works Progress Administration's Historical Records Survey.

Note to Researchers: Though the WPA field workers included extensive citations for the factual information contained in these county histories, it should be noted that these historical narratives were produced in the 1930s by federal government employees, and might reflect the inherent social biases of the era.