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The Nassau County Genealogist: Online Table of Contents

The Amelia Island Genealogical Society has published the Nassau County Genealogist continuously since 1994. A print only publication, indexed in PERSIThe Nassau County Genealogist features stories and history of Nassau County, Florida, and its people. It also provides genealogical records which pertain to Nassau County, Florida. Jean Mann has served as the sole editor since the quarterly was first published!

Our quarterly is published in January (Winter), April (Spring), July (Summer), and October (Fall). There have been occasional combining of issues and during Covid of 2020 some issues were unable to be published.

The Amelia Island Genealogical Society is publishing The Nassau County Genealogist articles in our members only area of this website. This printed quarterly is an important membership benefit that our society members dues fund. Consider joining the Amelia Island Genealogical Society to continue funding this genealogy material!

The following table of contents is specific to our website. If you wish to access the full table of contents for the quarterly periodical then you can download it from here for the years of 1994-2015:

1994

Volume I Number 1 – Winter 1994

  • History of Nassau County
    Used in the description of our History of Nassau County, FL category page.
  • Pigeon Creek Baptist Church, Boulougne History p. 3-6
    This single post includes the following articles since they all pertained to the same church.
    • Pigeon Creek Original Organization Document, p. 3-4
    • Minutes – 19 May 1821 – 26 Dec 1826, p. 4-5
    • Some Pigeon Creek Tombstones, p. 6
  • Obituaries from the Florida Mirror
    These obituaries and estate sale notices were transcribed from the Florida Mirror issues for 30 Nov 1878, 7 Dec 1878, 28 Dec 1878, 4 Jan 1879, 1 Feb 1879, and 21 Jan 1880. The names of those deceased: Judge John Friend, John C. Griswold, Dr. F. P. Wellford, Rev. Archibald Baker, Mrs. Harriet Willis, Liberty Billings, and Charles L. Hoyt.
  • 1864 Census of Fernandina
    The entire 1864 census of Fernandina appeared in a series of quarterlies starting with vol. I:1 and ending with vol. II:1. We have this entire census published as a searchable database on this website.
  • Pedigree Chart of Carlyle F. Alexander
    Family names include: Alexander, Edwards, Latham, Medlin, Morgan, Pennington, Southwick, and Sugg.

Volume I Number 2 – Spring 1994

  • Territorial Papers of Florida
    • Memorial to the President by Inhabitants of Eastern Judicial District p. 26
    • Proclamation re Election by Governor Duval p. 27
    • Acting Gov. McCarthy to Legislative Council p. 27
    • Executive Nominations for Territorial Appointment p. 28
  • Wilder Cemetery
    The Wilder Cemetery is an active cemetery in Nassauville FL. It can be reached by taking State Road 200 to State Road 107 South (Old Nassauville Road). Go 2.9 miles on 107 South. Turn left onto Arbor Ln and continue a short distance (about 500 ft) to Tyson Road on the left. Take Tyson Road to Alligator Creek Road (1/2 mi) and turn right. Follow Alligator Creek Road 0.3 miles and the cemetery will be on your right, the graves are on the back half of the lot. The Cemetery is fenced with an unlocked gate. All cemetery inscriptions published in the Nassau County Genealogist are incorporated into our online cemetery pages.
  • 1864 Census of Fernandina
    The entire 1864 census of Fernandina appeared in a series of quarterlies starting with vol. I:1 and ending with vol. II:1. We have this entire census published as a searchable database on this website.
  • The Domingo Fernandez Family p. 42-44
    • Guardianship of Children of Eliza L. Fernandez p. 43
    • Fernandez Reserve Burial Grounds p. 44
  • Slawter Cemetery
    The original location of this cemetery was on the left of SR 200 1.4 miles east of the junction of US 1/US 301 and State Road 200. Prior to the removal AIGS surveyed the cemetery on 2 April 1993 and recorded the few stones that were still present. All cemetery inscriptions published in the Nassau County Genealogist are incorporated into our online cemetery pages.

Volume I Number 3 – Summer 1994

  • 1864 Census of Fernandina
    The entire 1864 census of Fernandina appeared in a series of quarterlies starting with vol. I:1 and ending with vol. II:1. We have this entire census published as a searchable database on this website.
  • Fernandina in 1865 p. 62-63
  • Letters at the Post Office – April 26, 1884 p. 64
  • Brickyard Cemetery, Kings Ferry
    The Brick Yard Cemetery is located in King’s Ferry, Florida, and is an active cemetery. From the traffic light in Hilliard, go out CR108 to Lessie Road. Turn onto Lessie Road and to Gilman Drive. Turn onto Gilman Drive and go about 1/2 mile and the cemetery is on the left.
  • Register of Pastors & Marriages – 1897 – 1916 p. 66
  • Fernandina Methodist Episcopal Church p. 67-68

1995

Volume II Number 1 – Winter 1995

  • 1864 Census of Fernandina
    The entire 1864 census of Fernandina appeared in a series of quarterlies starting with vol. I:1 and ending with vol. II:1. We have this entire census published as a searchable database on this website.
  • Pensioners in Nassau County, 1884, p. 12
  • Letter from Florida, 1863, p. 14
  • Thanksgiving Trivia, p. 16
  • Brickyard Cemetery, Hilliard, Fla., p. 17
  • Marriages & deaths from The Florida Mirror, p. 23
  • First Baseball Team in Fernandina, p. 25
  • Fernandina Baseball Club in 1894, p. 25

Volume II Number 2 – Spring 1995

  • Wild’s Landing Cemetery, p. 30
  • Query, Youngblood, Reddick, Boothe, Wilds, p. 35
  • Yellow Fever – History of the Disease, p. 36
  • Obituary – Captain James M. Morse, p. 40
  • Obituary – Mrs. Jane Rebecca Morse, p. 41
  • Lists of Deaths During the 1877 Epidemic, p. 42
  • Reports of Mounted Militia, St. Mary’s River Area, 5 June 1793, p. 45
  • Naming Patters, p. 48
  • Genealogy Pox, p. 49

Volume II Number 3 – Summer1995

  • Fernandina in 1983, p. 54
  • Voter Registration Lists, 1867-1868, p. 55
  • Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, p. 56
  • The Morrison Family, p. 65
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Fernandina Beach
    • Minutes of Organization, p. 68
    • Confirmations, p. 69
    • Burials, 1870-1888, p. 70
  • You Are Related to Charlemagne
  • Directory of Nassau County Officials – 1880, p. 74
  • List of Fernandina Newspapers, p. 75

Volume II Number 4 – Fall 1995

  • Fernandina’s First Traffic Accident, p. 82
  • The St. Mary’s River, Kings Ferry and Misc. Info., p. 83
  • Kings Ferry to be Incorporated, p. 85
  • List of Letters at the Post Office, p. 85
  • Query: MacGirt/McGirt, p. 86
  • Oldest Man in the State, p. 87
  • Query: John Fullerton, p. 88
  • Nassau County Voters – May 4, 1829, p. 88
  • Orange Bluff and Lessie Postmasters, p. 89
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Baptisms – 1860-1882, p. 89
  • Higginbotham Cemetery, p. 98
  • You know you’re addicted to genealogy if…, p. 99
  • Fernandina’s Beach – An 1883 Poem, p. 104

1996

Volume III Number 1 – Winter 1996

  • Nassau County Elections – October 1826, p. 2
  • Determine Birth Date from Tombstone, p. 2
  • Nassau County Elections – 4 August 1828, p. 3
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Baptisms – End of Book 1, p. 4
  • What kind of bone are you? p. 17
  • Ancestry’s Concise Genealogy Dictionary – A Review, p. 18
  • Deaths & Marriages from The Florida Mirror – 1879, p. 19
  • St. Michael’s Catholic Church Baptisms – 1869, p. 21

Volume III Number 2 – Spring 1996

  • In Memoriam – Joseph F. Chamberlain, p. 30
  • Voters in Precinct 1, Fernandina – February 1884, p. 30
  • New Year’s Resolutions, p. 35
  • First Presbyterian Church – Baptisms, p. 36
    • Register of Deaths, p. 40
  • Spanish Land Grants in Nassau County, p. 41

Volume III Number 3 – Summer 1996

  • Building Boom in Fernandina – 1883, p. 50
  • Spanish Land Grants in Nassau County, p. 52
  • Miramar Club, p. 54
  • Obituary – James G. Vaughn, p. 57
  • Query – Owens, Sheffield, Braddock, p. 58
  • Query – Edwards, Wilds, p. 58
  • Query – Johnson, Gonzales, Lumberson, p. 59
  • Query – Keene, Hearon, Wiggins, Mizell, Tanner, Bradley, Owens, p. 59
  • 1883 Mortuary Reports from the Florida Mirror, p. 60
  • Military Markers, Civil War Photos, Veterans Records, p. 62
  • Register of Communicants – First Presbyterian Church, p. 63
  • “Fernandina” from The New Era, February 23, 1867, p. 73

Volume III Number 4 – Fall 1996

  • News from Union Held Florida, p. 82
  • Names Stricken from the Registration Rolls – 1885, p. 83
  • Citizenship for J. A. L. Snowball, p. 85
  • Death of C. A. Snowball, p. 85
  • Sheriff’s Sale – March 28, 1885, p. 86
  • List of Enrollment of Fernandina – CSA, p. 87
  • Temple Family, p. 87
  • Zachariah Haddock and Joseph Haddock, p. 88
  • Colonial Occupation Quiz, p. 90
  • Obituary of John Barr – “The Grim Reaper”, p. 90
  • Florida State Militia, State troops and national Guard, p. 92
  • Nassau County-Fernandina Volunteers – 1887, p. 93
  • Muster Roll of the Amelia Light infantry – 1870, p. 94
  • Death of Mrs. Cora Olive Hillyer, p. 95
  • Inhabitants of Fernandina – Luis Aury article, p. 96
  • Nassau County Officials – 1884, p. 96
  • Poll Book – c1833, p. 97
  • Reflections from the Florida Mirror – 1883, p. 97

1997

Volume IV Number 1 – Winter 1997

  • Amelia Island Before the revolution, p. 2
  • Voters in kings Ferry – 1885, p. 4
  • Voters in Callahan – 1885, p. 6
  • Florida State Militia
    • Fernandina Volunteers – June 17, 1887, p. 8
    • Appointed – August 25, 1870, p. 9
    • Fernandina Volunteers – May 10, 1887, p. 9
  • Marriage Index of Nassau County – Book B, p. 10
  • “Fernandina – The Sea Beach – The Egmont Hotel”, p. 22

Volume IV Number 2 – Spring 1997

  • Baptismal Records – St. Michael’s Catholic Church, p. 26
  • Latin Terms for the Genealogist, p. 28
  • Reflections on Fernandina – Eliza Kelly Brady, p 30
  • The Kelly Family, p. 33
  • Marriage Record of Nassau County – Book B, p. 35

Volume IV Number 3 – Summer 1997

  • Ferreira-Sturgis Wedding, p. 51
  • Death of Clementine Hernandez, p. 51
  • Death of Gabriel Hernandez, p. 52
  • Brennan-Kelly Wedding, p. 52
  • Kelly Family Corrections, p. 54
  • Obituary of Patrick C. Kelly, p. 54
  • Cooper Genealogy, p. 56
  • Erasmus D. Tracy, p. 58
  • James Emilius Broome, p. 60
  • Lawmakers of Nassau County, p.60
  • City Managers of Fernandina Beach, p. 61
  • The Post Office at Fernandina, p. 61
  • Postmasters of Fernandina Beach, p. 62
  • Information about Postmasters: samuel T. Riddel, Domingo Acosta, John A. Cavedo, p. 65
  • James H. & Rachel McRory, p. 67
  • Deaths from the Florida Mirror, p. 68

Volume IV Number 4 – Fall 1997

  • Excursion to Dungeness, p. 74
  • Nassau County Premium List at the State Fair – March 1, 1879, p. 76
  • Nassau County Marriage Book C (continued), p. 77
  • Florida Land grants, p. 83
  • Notes from Callahan – The Florida Mirror, December 31, 1879, p. 90
  • Nassau Chapter R.A.M. – The Florida Mirror, December 31, 1879, p. 90

1998

Volume V Number 1 – Winter 1998

Volume V Number 2 – Spring 1998

Page 29, L A Davis administrator, The Florida Mirror, October 21, 1882
Page 29, L A Davis administrator, The Florida Mirror, October 21, 1882
Page 29, Major Duryee, The Florida Mirror, April 3, 1880
Page 29, Major Duryee, The Florida Mirror, April 3, 1880

Volume V Number 3 – Summer 1998

Page 58, Jeffreys-Millikin Engagement
Page 58, Jeffreys-Millikin Engagement

Volume V Number 4 – Fall 1998

1999

Volume VI Number 1+2 – Winter 1999

This double quarterly was published as an index to the first five volumes. Since our website is searchable, we will not replicate any index.

Volume VI Number 3 – Summer 1999

  • Obituary of Pauline A. Farmer, p. 74
  • Nassau County Marriage Book D, p. 75
  • Spanish Land Grants in Florida, vol. 1, p. 78
  • Legal and Other Notices from the Fernandina Express, May 21, 1881, p. 87
  • First Grand Masque of the Concordia, February 5, 1876, p. 88
  • Fernandina Seminary for Young Ladies, p. 88
  • Council Proceedings – December 3, 1879, p. 89
  • The Singer Sewing Machine, p. 89
  • C. W. Maxwell is Claimed by Death, p. 90
  • News from Callahan – January 7, 1880, p. 90
  • Francis P. Fatio, Sr., p. 91

Volume VI Number 4 – Fall 1999

  • General Lee and Grant in Florida, p. 98
  • Tombstone Rubbings, p. 101
  • Nassau County Sheriffs, p. 102
  • Will of John David Vaughn, p. 102
  • Death of William Naylor Thompson, p. 105
  • Wandell-Whitner Marriage, p. 106
  • Nassau County Tax Sales – 1882, p. 107
  • “With Colored People” – Florida Mirror, July 1, 1899
  • Nassau County Marriage Book D – concluded, p. 110
  • Henry B. Wingate Estate Administration, p. 114

Volume VII Number 1 – Winter 2000

  • Christmas in Fernandina – 1863, p. 2
  • News from the Fernandina Express, Dec. 24, 1881, p. 4
  • Spanish Land Grants in Florida – Nassau County, Vol. III – D – J, p. 5
  • Knights of Honor, p. 20
  • Beatitudes of a Family Genealogist, p. 23

2000

Volume VII Number 2 – Spring 2000

  • Spanish Land Grants in Florida – Vol. III, p. 26
  • Notes About Town – Florida Mirror, July 1, 1899, p. 35
  • Catholic Fair – Fernandina Express, February 25, 1881, p. 37
  • Facts About Fernandina – Florida Mirror, July 2, 1898, p. 38
  • O’Donald Family Cemetery, p. 39
  • Dyall News – Florida Mirror, July 5, 1899, p. 40
  • Death of Dr. C. W. Eskridge, p. 40
  • Mott Cemetery, p. 41
  • News From 1866 – The Fernandina Courier, p. 42
  • Death of George Luke – 1866, p. 43
  • Emigration to Florida – The Fernandina Courier, January 2, 1867, p. 44
  • Death of Ida Rasky – 1866, p. 44
  • Hamburg – Link to European Roots, p. 47

Volume VII Number 3 – Summer 2000

  • Petition from Inhabitants of St. Marys-St. Johns District – 10/10/1829, p. 50
  • Commencement Exercises at St. Joseph’s Academy – 1899, p. 54
  • Chester News Items – 1899, p. 56
  • Chester News – 1899, p. 56
  • Death of Mrs. S. J. Baldwin – 1917, p. 57
  • Death of Stonewall Jackson Baldwin – 1949, p. 59
  • Baldwin Family Bible, p. 59
  • Fire Department Elects Officers – 1895, p. 61
  • Estate of Bernard M. Byrne – 1867, p. 61
  • Munoz Divorce – 1876, p. 62
  • The New Railroad – 1895, p. 62
  • Fernandina Churches in 1876, p. 63
  • Letters at the Post Office – March 8, 1884, p. 64
  • Fernandina Official First Elected by Universal Suffrage, p. 64
  • Tax List – 1881, p. 65
  • Fire In Fernandina – 1879, p. 66
  • Sinclair-Melville Marriage – 1882, p. 66
  • Callahan Notes – 1882, p. 67
  • Hoyt-Taylor Marriage – 1882, p. 67
  • Unknown Soundex Rule, p. 67
  • Up the St. Mary’s River – 1882, p. 68

Volume VII Number 4 – Fall 2000

  • A Fernandina Bull Fight, p. 74
  • News from 1863, p. 75
  • The Christmas Party – 1867, p. 76
  • Death of Mrs. Mary Jeffreys, p. 76
  • Old Occupations, p. 77
  • Jurors for Spring Term 1882, p. 81
  • Daughters of the Revolution, p. 81
  • Little Cemetery, p. 82
  • Nassau County Taxpayers for 1884, p. 83
  • News from the Florida Mirror – 1880, p. 91

2001

Volume VIII Number 1 – Winter 2001

  • O’Donald Cemetery, p. 2
  • Geiger Cemetery, p. 2
  • Nassau County Tax Sales – 1876, p. 2
  • Memorial Windows – 1st Presbyterian Church, p. 6
  • Ann Cameron’s Claim from the British Government – 1787, p. 7
  • Causes of Death, p. 8
  • J. E. Stevens’ Death – 1880, p. 8
  • Baptisms – St. Peter’s Episcopal Church – 1900-1925, p. 9
  • Anne E. MacDonell Death – 1880, p. 16
  • W. A. Butler Death – 1881, p. 16
  • Nassau County Divorce Records – 1876-1886, p. 17

Volume VIII Number 2 – Spring 2001

  • Fire Destroys Downtown Business Block, p. 26
  • Early Plantations on Amelia Island, p. 31
  • Probate Record of Joseph H. Acosta, p. 33
  • Will of Jane Y. Acosta, p. 34
  • Edwards Family, p. 35
  • Nassau County Marriage Records – Book 1, p. 35
  • Correction to The Cemeteries of Nassau County, Florida, p. 39
  • Nicknames Found in Genealogical Research, p. 40
  • Two Families Establish Nassauville, p. 41
  • Nathaniel S. Upchurch and John James Upchurch, p. 42
  • Death of Elizabeth Swann Carroll, p. 48

Volume VIII Number 3 – Summer 2001

  • Death of Dr. John M. Payne, p. 50
  • 1901 Directory of Fernandina, p. 51

Volume VIII Number 4 – Fall 2001

Fernandina City Directory – 1901 – Colored People, Part 2, p. 74
Confederate Pension File, p. 86
The Cone Family, p. 92
Bertha Carnegie, p. 93

2002

Volume IX Number 1 – Winter 2002

  • What Happened in 1898?, p. 2
  • Weather in October 1898, p. 6
  • Death of Caroline Schuyler, p. 6
  • 1901 City Directory of Colored People – Continued, p. 7
  • Nassau County Records – Deed Book D, p. 19
  • Are You Taking Genealogy Too Seriously?, p. 21

Volume IX Number 2 – Spring 2002

  • Ephesus Baptist Church, p. 26
  • Dr. E. Leroy Jones, p. 28
  • 1899 Deaths, p. 29
  • 1900 Deaths, p. 29
  • 1901 Deaths, p. 30
  • Abram & Isabel Mott Plantation Cemetery, p. 31
  • R. G. McQuilty, p. 32
  • Fernandina Volunteers – 1861, p. 33
  • Administration of Z. Nickola, p. 33
  • Confederate Pension File, p. 34
  • Epidemics, p. 39
  • F. W. Ansley, p. 41
  • William Hynes, p. 41
  • Angel & Friend, p. 42
  • T. A. Acosta, p. 42
  • Identifying Old Photographs, p. 43

Volume IX Number 3 – Summer 2002

  • Amos Latham, p. 50
  • L. D. Lowe, p. 51
  • Memorial to Congress – December 10, 1823, p. 52
  • Gregor MacGregor’s Letter To His Military, p. 54
  • Peace Sisters’ Deaths, p. 55
  • Nassau Palm Fibre Company, p. 56
  • Death of Mrs. O. R. Sanders, p. 56
  • Jurors – District of East Florida – December 1823, p. 57
  • J. Louis Horsey, M.D., p. 58
  • McCullough – Hendricks Wedding, p. 59
  • Publications for Sale, p. 60
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Burials – 3/25/1900-4/27/1920, p. 61
  • Death of Robert Martin Henderson, p. 67

Volume IX Number 4 – Fall 2002

  • William P. Smith, p. 74
  • Fernandina in 1885, p. 75
  • Mrs. Henry W. King, p. 77
  • Memorial to Congress – December 20, 1823, p. 77
  • Holiday Recipes From The Past, p. 79
  • Fernandina Notes – February 15, 1920, p. 80
  • Fernandina Notes – September 5, 1921, p. 81
  • L. Allen Davis, p. 83
  • Mrs. T. P. O’Hagan, p. 83
  • Will of Noble Martin, p. 84
  • Hailig Estate Records, p. 85
  • Jurors for the District of East Florida – April 1824, p. 87

2003

Volume X Number 1 – Winter 2003

  • Edward John Kent Johnston, p. 2
  • Virginia Ann Johnston – Obituary, p. 4
  • Petition To Congress – January 14, 1839, p. 4
  • Obituary of William S. Livingston, p. 6
  • Hotels in Fernandina in 1885, p. 7
    • Florida House, p. 7
    • Mansion House, p. 8
    • Egmont Hotel, p. 8
    • Idle Hour, p. 9
  • Will of Hannah Mariah Thigpen, p. 9
  • Nassau County Marriage Book 1 – 1889-1890, p. 10
  • 1870 Nassau County Census, p. 13

Volume X Number 2 – Spring 2003

  • William MacWilliams, p. 26
  • Fernandina Branch Pilots, p. 28
  • Nassau County Death – 1915-1920, p. 31
  • 1870 Nassau County Census, p. 34
  • Jurors – District of East Florida – April 1823, p. 43
  • Johnston-Horsey Update, p. 44

Volume X Number 3 – Summer 2003

  • Malachi Thompson, p. 50
  • Henry W. Clark – Will, p. 52
  • Olivia Ann Thompson – Obituary, p. 52
  • Amelia Steam Saw-Mills, p. 54
  • Letter to Abraham Lincoln, p. 56
  • Colonel D. J. Taylor, p. 59
  • 1870 Nassau County Census – Continued, p. 59
  • Feature at Keystone Hotel, p. 67

Volume X Number 4 – Fall 2003

  • Last Will & Testament – Charles Knabb, p. 74
  • Elizabeth Hill Munden, p. 75
  • Charles Merian Cooper, p. 75
  • Erasmus Darwin Tracy, p. 76
  • 1870 Nassau County Census (Continued), p. 77
  • Vincent Traeye, p. 86
  • Last Will & Testament – Liberty Billings, p. 86
  • Elsie B. Pennegsdorf, p. 87
  • Geiger Cemetery, p. 88
  • Isaac Tyson, p. 89
  • Norman Brownson, p. 89

2004

Volume XI Number 1 – Winter 2004

  • Petition to Congress re: Lighthouse, p. 2
  • William Toles, Sr., p. 3
  • 100 Years Ago in Fernandina, p. 4
  • Genealogy Quips, p. 4
  • Sellers/Sellars Family, p. 5
  • Henry W. Clark, p. 6
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Baptisms – 1924-1932, p. 7
  • O’Neill Family, p. 10
  • Richard Wood, p. 11
  • The Florida Mirror, p. 12
  • C. A. Huto., p. 13
  • Nathalene Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, p. 14
  • Samuel Harrison, p. 17
  • Dr. William Hunter Pope, p. 18
  • Susan Linde, p. 19

Volume XI Number 2 – Spring 2004

  • J. A. Ferreira Award, p. 26
  • Phyllis Lang and her Family, p. 28
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Marriages – 1900-1932, p. 30
  • Mrs. Henrika Nikola, p. 34
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration – Nassau County, p. 34
  • Jacob Klarer, p. 43

Volume XI Number 3 – Summer 2004

  • Memorial to Congress – February 5, 1838, p. 50
  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Burials – 1920-1940, p. 53
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registrations, p. 57
  • A. T. Barnhill & Sons, p. 68
  • Tomb Types, p. 75
  • Funerary Symbolism, p. 76

Volume XI Number 4 – Fall 2004

  • Fred W. Hoyt & Co., p. 78
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration – continued, p. 79
  • Death of Mrs. F. C. Pennington, p. 86
  • Thanksgiving Weather Forecast, p. 87
  • Death of Mrs. E. J. Higginbotham, p. 87
  • Henry Holbein, p. 88
  • J. W. Howell, p. 88

2005

Volume XII #1 – Winter 2005

  • Amelia Island Before the Revolutionary War, p. 2
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration – Continued, p. 4
  • Buford Grove Cemetery, p. 9
  • James Swann – Death Notice, p. 21

Volume XII #2 – Spring 2005

  • Jones Loper Family, p. 26
  • Buford Family Bible, p. 27
  • Sylvester Church and Descendants, p. 28
  • New Road to Fort Clinch, p. 30
  • WPA Register of Deceased Veterans, p. 31
  • Lohman’s Grocery Store, p. 40
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration (Continued), p. 41

Volume XII #3 – Summer 2005

  • Fatal Accident on the Steamer Annie M. Wood, p. 50
  • Joseph T. Hagan, p. 50
  • Dr. E. G. Clay, p. 51
  • A. T. Barnhill & Sons, p. 51
  • Hotel Arrivals in Fernandina – November 30, 1878, p. 52
  • Mrs. A. R. Moore, p. 53
  • Personals from The Florida Mirror – November 30, 1878, p. 54
  • Elijah Harry Braddock, p. 55
  • David Green, p. 55
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration – continued, p. 56
  • Death of Charlie Dozier, p. 61
  • Waas-Cook Marriage, p. 62
  • Beautiful Party for Bride-Elect – Kate Waas, p. 62
  • Dr. W. E. Snyder, p. 63
  • And They Were Known By Their Trade, p. 63
  • Deep Creek Cemetery, p. 64
  • Henry Eason Dotterer, p. 64
  • Mary Dotterer, p. 66
  • List of Letters – March 1, 1884, p. 67

Volume XII #4 – Fall 2005

  • Fernandina, Florida – 1881, p. 74
  • Descendants of Jehu John Boothe, p. 76
  • Death of James Madison Boothe, p. 78
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration (Continued), p. 79
  • Personals from the Florida Mirror – November 30, 1878, p. 84
  • Men’s Garden Club of Fernandina Beach, p. 85
  • J. W. Howell, p. 86
  • Ella C. Horsey, p. 87
  • And They Were Known By Their Trade, p. 88
  • Fernandina High School Opens September 17, 1928, p. 88
  • African-American Sailors in the Union Army, p. 89

2006

Volume XIII # 1 – Winter 2006

  • East Florida 1783-1785 – Report of Nicolas Grenier, p. 2
  • Death of John R. Scott, p. 3
  • Henry David Nettles Family, p. 4
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration – continued, p. 5
  • Mayor’s Court – November 1878, p. 11
  • Letters at the Post Office – March 26, 1881, p. 12
  • Death of Judge Wheaton, p. 12
  • Publications for Sale, p. 13
  • Death of Israel Winslow Booth, p. 14
  • Lockwood – Brooks Wedding, p. 14
  • Freedmen’s Marriage Certificates -1865, p. 15
  • Death of L. Allen Davis, p. 15
  • Death of Charles G. Mann, p. 16
  • McCullough-Hendricks Nuptials, p. 17
  • Isidore S. O’Neill, p. 17
  • News in Fernandina – August 11, 1883, p. 18
  • Death of C. L. Hoyt, p. 18
  • W. A. Mahoney, p. 19
  • Florida Attorneys in Nassau County – 1908-1909, p. 19
  • Confederate Pensions, p. 19

Volume XIII #2 – Spring 2006

  • Fernandina, Florida – 1930, p. 26
  • Sanders – Wilds Wedding, p. 27
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration – continued, p. 27
  • Death of John R. Scott, p. 31
  • Fernandina High School Graduates – 1927 -1931, p. 32
  • Exports from Fernandina in 1879, p. 33
  • Confederate Pensions, p. 33
  • Charles V. Hillyer, p. 37
  • Charles Virgil Hillyer, p. 38
  • City Council Meeting – November 8, 1918, p. 38
  • Fernandina Lions Club – 1947, p. 39
  • Theo Starbuck, M.D., p. 40
  • Nassau County Voters in the First State Election, p. 41
  • Two St. Mary’s Weddings, p. 42
  • Legal Notices – The Florida Mirror – March 29, 1879, p. 42
  • Local Laconics – November 8, 1918, p. 43
  • Myron W. Lovell Death, p. 44
  • Boating Party – March 2, 1911, p. 44

Volume XIII #3 – Summer 2006

  • Fernandina Directory – 1886, p. 50
  • Webb’s Florida, p. 58
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration – concluded, p. 58
  • Callahan Notes from 1879, p. 64
  • Death of Mrs. Annie Leddy, p. 64
  • Whitset-Prescott Wedding, p. 65
  • Mrs. Merrow Entertained, p. 66

Volume XIII #4 – Fall 2006

  • A Trip from Fernandina to Jacksonville by Car in 1915, p. 74
  • Proclamation of Gregor MacGregor – June 30, 1817, p. 75
  • The 1817 Invasion of Florida by MacGregor, p. 76
  • $25 Reward, p. 78
  • Honor Roll Fernandina High School, February 25, 1911, p. 79
  • Shipping News – April 12, 1879, p. 80
  • Bankrupt Sale – March 14, 1891, p. 80
  • Warren Fletcher Scott, p. 81
  • Publications for Sale, p. 82
  • Chester News – May 3, 1907, p. 83
  • Fernandina News – May 3, 1907, p. 83
  • We Are the Chosen, p. 84

2007

Volume XIV # 1 – Winter 2007

  • Laodicea Church, Not Ludiwici Church, p. 2
  • Obituary of John Z. Hightower, p. 6
  • World War I Veterans of Nassau County, p. 7

Volume XIV #2 – Spring 2007

  • Little Christina Kelly Killed, p. 26
  • Veterans Buried at Jones Cemetery, Callahan, Florida, p. 29
  • Nassau County Marriage Book 1 – 1890-1892, p. 30
  • Death of Mrs. Hawley, p. 36
  • Letter from George W. Cole to James Whitcomb, Feb. 6, 1841, p. 37
  • Marriage of W. B. Tucker and Mamie Burke, p. 37
  • Publications for Sale, p. 38
  • Commissioner’s Sale – Nov. 13, 1880, p. 39
  • Stark-Brown Marriage, p. 39
  • Lake Divorce, p. 40
  • Stewart Divorce, p. 40
  • Death of John J. Rutishauser, p. 41
  • Order of the Sons of Hermann, p. 42
  • Rutishauser Brothers in Fernandina, p. 42
  • Fernandina, Florida (poem), p. 43
  • $10 Reward, p. 44

Volume XIV #3 – Summer 2007

  • Letter from Robert Butler to James Whitcomb, 1839-1845, p. 50
  • Wreck of the Josephine, February 12, 1881, p. 50
  • Inspectors of Elections, October 23, 1880, p. 51
  • Notes from the Fernandina Observer, February 5, 1876, p. 51
  • Pigeon Creek Cemetery, p. 52

Volume XIV #4 – Fall 2007

  • Mrs. Elizabeth Brady Obituary, p. 74
  • Looking for Nellie’s Death Date – Nellie Sellers Thompson, p. 75
  • Tomlinson Cemetery, p. 78
  • Memorial to Congress – October 29, 1825, p. 79
  • The Right Name for the Right Cousin, p. 80
  • Notes from the Fernandina Observer – February 5, 1876, p. 80
  • Mrs. D. L. Yulee Obituary, p. 81
  • City Tax Notice – February 12, 1881, p. 82
  • Found – May 4, 1883, p. 82
  • Publications for Sale, p. 83
  • Fernandina, Florida – A Poem, p. 84
  • Nassau County Wills – Will Book 1 – 1870-1885, p. 85

2008

Volume XV # 1 – Winter 2008

  • Charles G. Mann Obituary, p. 2
  • John H. Flood, p. 3
  • The Pecan Comes to St. Marys, p. 4
  • Death of T. C. Fuller, p. 5
  • Death of Jennie M. Payne, p. 6
  • Nassau County Wills – Will Book I (continued), p. 6
  • Memorial – November 12, 1826, p. 10
  • Memorial Windows of First Baptist Church, Fernandina Beach, p. 13
  • Fernandina News – January 17, 1896, p. 14
  • James Aldridge Braddock, p. 15
  • Henderson Adoption, p. 17
  • Notice to Stockholders – March 13, 1908, p. 17
  • Confederate Pension Records, p. 18

Volume XV #2 – Spring 2008

  • Fernandina, Florida – 1930, p. 26
  • Sanders – Wilds Wedding, p. 27
  • World War I Civilian Draft Registration – continued, p. 27
  • Death of John R. Scott, p. 31
  • Fernandina High School Graduates – 1927 -1931, p. 32
  • Exports from Fernandina in 1879, p. 33
  • Confederate Pensions, p. 33
  • Charles V. Hillyer, p. 37
  • Charles Virgil Hillyer, p. 38
  • City Council Meeting – November 8, 1918, p. 38
  • Fernandina Lions Club – 1947, p. 39
  • Theo Starbuck, M.D., p. 40
  • Nassau County Voters in the First State Election, p. 41
  • Two St. Mary’s Weddings, p. 42
  • Legal Notices – The Florida Mirror – March 29, 1879, p. 42
  • Local Laconics – November 8, 1918, p. 43
  • Myron W. Lovell Death, p. 44
  • Boating Party – March 2, 1911, p. 44

Volume XV #3 – Summer 2008

  • 3000 See Stock Car Race Here – Sept 7, 1951, p. 50
  • Fort Clinch, p. 51
  • The Osceola Story, p. 56
  • Death of Edwin Braddock, p. 59
  • Deaths from The Fernandina News – May 30, 1907, p. 60
  • Taxes Paid April 23, 1881, p. 60
  • James A. Atkins, p. 63
  • Nassau County Will Book 1 (Continued), p. 64

Volume XV #4 – Fall 2008

  • Territorial Papers – Inland Passage from St. Mary’s to St. John, p. 74
  • Obituary of Daniel S. Place, p. 75
  • Nassau County Will Book 1 (continued), p. 76
  • John Cutler Braddock, p. 80
  • The Races – 1881, p. 83
  • Capt. Thomas S. Ellis, p. 83
  • About Town in August 1881, p. 84
  • Walker Saunders Whitney, p. 85
  • The Call Family – George William Call & Rhydon Mays Call, p. 86
  • John T. Lowe, p. 87

2009

Volume XVI #1 – Winter 2009

  • George Edwin Wolff, p. 2
  • Amelia Island Message – 1818, p. 4
  • George Rainsford Fairbanks, p. 5
  • Map of Fernandina – 1861, p. 7
  • Memorial to the President – 1829, p. 8
  • Memorial to the President – 1831, p. 6
  • Appraisers of the Union Bank of Florida – 1837, p. 11
  • Nassau County Marriages – 1893-1894, p. 12
  • Cook Genealogy, p. 16
  • New Year’s Resolutions, p. 18

Volume XVI #2 – Spring 2009

  • The Grant Reception, p. 26
  • Bunch Genealogy, p. 30
  • The Family of Peter Row, p. 33
  • Elijah Hawley Wright, p. 36
  • John Barr, p. 39
  • Fred W. Hoyt, p. 40
  • Leonard Dozier, p. 42
  • Confederate Veterans Buried in Brickyard Cemetery, p. 43
  • Latin Terms for the Genealogist, p. 47

Volume XVI #3 – Summer 2009

  • Fernandina Storm Notes, p. 50
  • Sons of Confederate Veterans Officers 1914, p. 53
  • Fatal Accident of Charles Williamson, p. 54
  • George Washington Powers, p. 55
  • Luther Sanders Query, p. 57
  • Lists of Suits in Superior Court District of East Florida, 1832, p. 58
  • Tomkies-Timanus Marriage, p. 60
  • Fernandina Volunteers, p. 61
  • Helvenston-Roux Marriage, p. 63
  • Marine Welcome Station – 1964, p. 64
  • Confederate Pensions
    • George Thomas Stewart, p. 65
    • Francis Curtis Higginbotham, p. 65
    • W. W. Gwynn, p. 66
    • Isaac Lester Peckham, p. 66

Volume XVI #4 – Fall 2009

  • Letter from Robert Butler to James Whitcomb, p. 70
  • Death of Capt. Crowell, p. 71
  • David Cribb Pension, p. 72
  • Jackson Larry Brooks Pension, p. 72
  • Eli Augustus Heidt Pension, p. 73
  • John Tolson Lowe – Revolutionary Soldier in Nassau County, p. 74
  • Yellow Fever – The Plague in Fernandina, 1777, p. 76
  • A Fatal Lighting Strike, p. 79
  • Braswell – Pulsham Marriage, p. 80
  • Confederate Pension Abstracts, p. 80

2010

Volume XVII #1 – Winter 2010

  • A Winter in Florida, p. 2
  • Judd Cemetery Update, p. 3
  • 1883 City Ordinances Concerning Vaccinations, p. 4
  • 1763 Map of Florida, p. 6
  • Nassau County Wills – Will Book I (continued), p. 7
  • Reflections from 1884, p. 9
  • City Council Meeting – January 2, 1884, p. 10
  • Florida House Inn History, p. 12
  • Born Before 1815, p. 14
  • Do You Want to Buy My Home?, p. 15
  • Will of Susan Linde, p. 17
  • Bird’s Eye View of Fernandina – 1884, p. 19

Volume XVII #2 – Spring 2010

  • Buegnet Family, p. 26
  • William Duncan Ballantine, p. 28
  • Foy Pasco Boyt, p. 29
  • Robert Kindred Boyt – Confederate Pension Application, p. 30
  • James Emilius Broome, p. 32
  • Death of Judge Friend, p. 34
  • William Harris Garland, p. 35
  • Frederick E. Grossmann, p. 36
  • D. M. Hammond Letter, p. 36
  • James Carmichael Herndon, p. 38
  • Publications for Sale, p. 40
  • Nassau Light Artillery, p. 41

Volume XVII #3 – Summer 2010

  • Fernandina Before the Civil War, p. 46
  • 1830 Census of Nassau County, Florida, p. 47
  • Death of Geo S. Higginbotham – July 24, 1902, p. 47
  • Death of William Parish Goodbread – December 3, 1918, p. 48
  • Death of Peter J. Rhein – July 10, 1925, p. 48
  • Death of James Smythe – September 19, 1930, p. 49
  • Grand Jurors – May 25, 1868, p. 50
  • General Galusa Pennypacker, p. 51
  • Deserters at Fort Clinch, p. 53
  • Elisha Graham Johnson, p. 55
  • The Jones Family, p. 56
  • Alexander Creighton, p. 60
  • Penelope Lee, p. 61
  • William Wingate, p. 62

Volume XVII #4 – Fall 2010

  • Chloe Merrick, p. 70
  • Query, p. 72
  • Freedman’s Schools in Fernandina, p. 73
  • Obituary of Mrs. Harrison Reed, p. 74
  • Publications for Sale, p. 76
  • Capt. John Carroll Houston, p. 77
  • Houston Cemetery, p. 82
  • Nassau County Marriage Book 1 (Apr 1890-Jan 1892), p. 84
  • Petit Jurors – Nassau County, FL – November 9, 1868, p. 86

2011

Volume XVIII #1 – Winter 2011

  • Bartram Visits Amelia Island, p. 2
  • Frederick W. Sadler, p. 5
  • Harris Child Buried, p. 7
  • John W. Mann, p. 8
  • To Amelia Island (East Florida) – a poem, p. 11
  • John Robert Nelson Mann, p. 13
  • Charles G. Mann, p. 15
  • Query, p. 17
  • Membership Roster – Nassau Camp 104 United Confederate Vets, p. 18
  • Emethy Sauls, p. 20
  • Eli Thomas, p. 20
  • James Madison Thomas, p. 20
  • Jesse Green, p. 21
  • D. M. White, p. 21
  • Peyton Page, p. 21

Volume XVIII #2 – Spring 2011

  • Rayonier in Fernandina, p. 26
  • James C. Jones, p. 33
  • Marriage Licenses – April 1940, p. 33
  • Nassau County Sheriffs 1845-1993, p. 34
  • Buford Family, p. 34
  • Thomas Haggadon, p. 37
  • Will of Rachael Williams, p. 38
  • Ellis Sweat, p. 39
  • Fernandina and Nassau County Quiz, p. 40
  • Answers to Fernandina and Nassau County Quiz, p. 44

Volume XVIII #3 – Summer 2011

  • Thomas Baltzell, p. 46
  • George Lavan Baltzell, p. 47
  • Marriage Licenses – April 1940, p. 49
  • Crandall News – November 1898, p. 49
  • Death of David Levy Yulee, p. 50
  • Petition to the President and Senate – April 1834, p. 51
  • Nassau County Residents 1840, p. 52
  • Janie Wilson’s Will, p. 55
  • Elias and Lucinda Bearden, p. 57
  • Will of Arthur Steil, p. 56

2012

Volume XIX #1 – Winter 2012

  • Death of Georgia LeFils, p. 1
  • Death of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Johnson, p. 3
  • Coast Guard Pilot Dies in Plane Crash, p. 6
  • Urman-Lowe Wedding, p. 8
  • List of Letters at Post Office – August 5, 1882, p. 8
  • Nassau County War Memorial – World War I, p. 9
  • Notes in Florida Mirror – August 5, 1882, p. 11
  • Clues to Our Family Names, p. 13
  • English Common Law, p. 14
  • Methodism in Fernandina, Florida, p. 15
  • Jesup and Hart’s Road To Be Joined At Last, p. 21

Volume XIX #2 – Spring 2012

  • Historic Marker At Italia, p. 26
  • William MacWilliams 2 , p. 27
  • Additional Notes on MacWilliams Family, p. 29
  • Death of Mrs. F. W. Decker, p. 32
  • Nassau County War Memorial – The Whittemore Brothers, p. 35
  • Nassau County War Population in 1935, p. 35
  • The Banks of Fernandina, p. 36
  • Home Robbert, p. 38
  • Will of Zephaniah Kingsley, p. 39

Volume XIX #3 – Summer 2012

  • The War on the Coast, p. 46
  • Mott Cemetery – 2012 Survey, p. 50
  • The Story of the First Brick Home in Fernandina, p. 54
  • Thompson Families of South Seventh Street, p. 55
  • Hedges-Thompson Family Connection, p. 57
  • Family of William Naylor Thompson, Sr., p. 58
  • Corrections to Vol XIX #2 Spring 2012, p. 61

Volume XIX #4 – Fall 2012

  • Addendum to John Hedges & William Naylor Thompson, p. 66
  • Fernandina Docks c1870s, p. 68
  • Woodward Barnwell, p. 69
  • A Day at Nueva Esperanza Plantation, p. 70
  • Nassau County Courthouse c1925-1930, p. 87

2013

Pagination in volume XX #1 is as listed.

Volume XX #1 – Winter 2013

  • St. Peter’s Episcopal Cemetery, p. 66
  • Memorial to Congress – February 5, 1838, p. 69
  • Russell Family Cemetery, p. 73
  • Russell Family Notes, p. 74
  • Charles Seton, p. 78
  • Francis Philip Fleming, p. 81

    Volume XX #2 – Spring 2013

    • Live Oak Cemetery aka Dyal Station, p. 1

    Volume XX #3 – Summer 2013

    • Fernandina to Get a New Name 30
    • Nassau County Casualties – Vietnam War 31
    • The Hurricane of 1944 34
    • Junior Senior Banquet 1930 38
    • Fernandina History 39
    • Tomlinson Family 41
    • Container Corporation – Long Term Employees 1981 45
    • Rena Waas Sloan Death 45
    • Wilhelmina Ward Death 46

    Volume XX #4 – Fall 2013

    • Bosque Bello Veterans, p. 52
    • Colored Troops, p. 54
    • Colored Sailors, p. 60
    • USS Perry, p. 60
    • Cemetery Updates, p. 63
    • Nassau Schools To Open – 1941, p. 64
    • Carl Thiede, p. 65
    • Territorial Papers of Florida Feb. 6, 1841 & Jun 24, 1844, p. 66

    2014

    Volume XXI #1 – Winter 2014

    • Tiger Island, p. 2
    • The Trigg Family of Boulogne, p. 3
    • Death of Dr. James R. Lynn, p. 5
    • Postmasters of Nassau County, p. 6
    • Erasmus Darwin Tracy, p. 14
    • Death of Marvin Carter, p. 16
    • Henry Motes, p. 16
    • Hamilton Calhoun Ammons, p. 18
    • Everett E. Johns, p. 19

    Volume XXI #2 – Spring 2014

    • Ox Teams at Kings Ferry, p. 26
    • A Glimpse of Life in Fernandina after Civil War, p. 27
    • George Washington Hodges, p. 29
    • Dr. Frederick James Waas, p. 31
    • Memorial to Congress – October 29, 1825, p. 32
    • Callahan Residents in World War I, p. 33

    Volume XXI #3 – Summer 2014

    • Hurricane Dora – 50th Anniversary, p. 46
    • John Maxwell Galphin, p. 49
    • Old Confederate Soldiers & Sailors Home, p. 51
    • Fernandina in the Spanish American War, p. 54
    • A Soldier’s Letter to his Mother, p. 60
    • Marriage Licenses in Nassau County – 1978, 1912, 1890, p. 61
    • Do You Know This Member?, p. 62

    Volume XXI #4 – Fall 2014

    • Thanksgiving 1977, p. 66
    • 1845 Florida Election, p. 68
    • Henry Jasper Stokes, p. 71
    • Louis Motes, p. 73
    • John Spicer Braddock II, p. 75
    • Florida Railroad Company (Broadside) – 1856, p. 77
    • Circular – Florida Railroad Company – 1875, p. 78

    2015

    Volume XXII #1 – Winter 2015

    • Fernandina Harbor Pilots, p. 2
    • Wade Hampton Cason of Hilliard, p. 10
    • Obituary of Nathan Jasper Wooten, p. 12
    • Phineas Miller Wilds, p. 14
    • Amelia Lighthouse, p. 16
    • Will of John Daniel Vaughan, p. 17

    Volume XXII #2 – Spring 2015

    • The Historic Fernandina Beach Train Depot, p. 26
    • The Death of O. E. Hodges, p. 29
    • News from January 14, 1921, p. 31
    • Shipwreck and Fever, p. 32
    • Walter John Rutishauser, p. 33
    • John C. Rutishauser, p. 34
    • John J. Rutishauser, p. 35
    • Fernandina Business Directory – 1882, p. 37
    • Amelia Island Taken – July 22, 1817, p. 39
    • Edward David Lukenbill, p. 40
    • Forced to Wed, p. 42
    • Cornerstone for New Zion Baptist Church, p. 43
    • Whitsett-Prescott Wedding, p. 44

    Volume XXII #3 – Summer 2015

    • Does Veteran’s Monument Have a Transcription Error? p. 50
    • World War II Enlistments from Nassau County, p. 55
    • Patrick Henry Davis, p. 63
    • The Sye Family, p. 65

    Volume XXII #4 – Fall 2015

    • World War II Enlistments from Nassau County (continued), p. 77
    • Death of Myron W. Lovell, p. 87
    • Death of Willie Way, p. 88
    • Honor Students – Fernandina Schools – February 1922, p. 88

    2016

    Volume XXIII #1 – Winter 2016

    • Thompson Graves in Old Still Cemetery, p. 2
    • Steamship Arrives for Cargo of Coal, p. 7
    • Webb’s Fernandina Directory of 1886, p. 8
    • Fishing, Anyone? – David Neal Disbennett, p. 23

    Volume XXIII #2 – Spring 2016

    • Fishing Anyone? p. 26
    • David Neal Disbennett, p. 26
    • Fernandina Businesses in 1886, p. 27
    • Nassau County Automobile Registrations 1905-1917, p. 31
    • Callahan News – 1922, p. 34
    • Fernandina News – 1922, p. 35
    • A Nassau County Mystery – 1900, p. 36
    • Mrs. Samuel Merrow Entertained, p. 37
    • Fairbanks & Yulee, p. 37
    • Yellow Fever News – 1888, p. 39
    • John Wesley Roper, p. 42

    Volume XXIII #3 – Summer 2016

    • Fernandina Officials – 1886, p. 50
    • Fernandina Schools – 1886, p. 51
    • Fernandina Societies – 1886, p. 51
    • Nassau County Officials – 1886, p. 52
    • Louis A. Stokes, p. 53
    • Hilliard & Bailey Lumber Train, p. 55
    • Will of Zephaniah Kingsley, p. 56
    • Death of Warren F. Scott, p. 61
    • Whitmore-Pike Marriage – 1968, p. 64
    • Domingo Acosta Land Grants, p. 66

    Volume XXIII #3 – Fall 2016

    • A Tragedy in Fernandina, p. 70
    • Kelly-Leddy Wedding, p. 73
    • William Redmond Kelly (obituary) p. 75
    • Death of John J. Rutishauser, p. 77
    • Will of John J. Rutishauser, p. 78
    • Joanna Thompson Stokes, p. 80
    • Malachi Thompson, p. 81
    • Elisha Lafayette Dover, p. 83
    • Death of Pearl Holton, p. 84
    • Jas. Burney Dead, p. 84
    • Lasserre Motor Co. Advertisement – 1922, p. 88

    2017

    Volume XXIV #1 – Winter 2017

    • Mularkey Brothers, p. 2
    • Josiah Benjamin Little, p. 5
    • Little Cemetery, p. 6
    • Florida Citizen Visiting in Stokes, NC, p. 8
    • Advertisement to sell land in Callahan, p. 8
    • Valuable Home in Florida Offered at a Bargain, p. 9
    • Landrum Boys Swam Six Hours in Storm, p. 9
    • Death of Ruth parmenter, p. 12
    • Nassau County Happenings – March 1922, p. 13
    • The Highlands of Nassau County, Florida (Ad for Hilliard), p. 16
    • James Turner Allbritton & Margaret Boothe Allbritton, p. 17
    • Allbritton Cemetery, p. 18
    • Jeremiah Freeman Boothe & Jehu John Boothe, p. 19
    • Appointements by the President of the U.S. – 1840-1857, p. 20
    • Luis Aury, p. 20

    Volume XXIV #2 – Spring 2017

    • John Wesley McDaniel & Onie Louise Wilds, p. 26
    • Wilds Cemetery, p. 29
    • Fernandina Beach Kiwanis Club – 1937, 1949, p. 30
    • “Fritz Hobein” Fernandina Beach Shrine Club, p. 33
    • Thomas Dixon Graham, p. 34
    • More on Mularkey Family, p.35
    • John Wood Broadbent, p. 36
    • Death of Pearl Holton, p. 38
    • James Burney Death, p. 39
    • Jurors for Spring Term 1922, p. 40
    • Advertisement for Partin Shoe Company – 1922, p. 41

    Volume XXIV #3 – Fall 2017

    • Historical Notes, p. 50
    • Our Aim, p. 51
    • Nassau County History, p. 51
    • Curbstone Chatter – January 17, 1896, p. 52
    • Personals – May 30, 1907, p. 54
    • Local News Items – August 18, 1910, p. 55
    • Nagel – McCormick Wedding, p. 56
    • Journal of the Florida Medical Association – July 1935, p. 57
    • Milton Alphonso Clapp, p. 58
    • DeWitt Clinton Stewart, p. 60
    • Walter J. Rutishauser Obituary, p. 62
    • Thomas J. Cushing Obituary, p. 62
    • Fouraker – Bardin Wedding, p. 63
    • Ferreira – King Wedding, p. 63
    • Kinard – Hicks Wedding, p. 64
    • Newsy Paragraphs from Callahan – May 6, 1921, p. 64

    Volume XXIV #3 – Fall 2017

    2018

    Volume XXV #1 – Winter 2018

    • History at Bosque Bello, p. 2
    • The Sisters of Saint Joseph, p. 3
    • Thomas and Mary K. Brennan, p. 5
    • Francis B. MacNeill and Janie Frances McNeill, p. 6
    • James Madison More & Jane Rebecca Latham, p. 7
    • William Redmond Kelly, p. 8
    • John Miles, p. 10
    • Tringali, p. 11
    • Rosa Bente Carinhas, p. 12
    • Juan Dentinho, p. 13
    • The Lomm Angel, p. 14
    • Bridier, p. 16
    • Steil Angel, p. 17
    • John Henry McDermott & samuel Sidney Sauls, p. 18
    • Albert Mitchell, p. 19
    • Cemetery Iconography at Bosque Bello Cemetery, p. 20

    Volume XXV #2 – Spring 2018

    • History of Bosque Bello (continued) p. 26
    • Mary Wickes Fish, p. 27
    • Joseph Eggen, p. 27
    • Fences & Gates, p. 28
    • Carsten Reinhard Heisser, p. 29
    • Lewis & Martha Bale, p. 30
    • Spanish-American War Graves, p. 31
    • McNair Family, p. 35
    • Louis & mae Scott Goldstein, p. 38
    • Prewitt Family, p. 41
    • Gollsby Family, p. 44
    • John & Jenetta Mason, p. 46

    Volume XXV #2 – Summer 2018

    • History at St. Peter’s Episcopal Cemetery, p. 50
    • Louis Arthur Wix, p. 51
    • Gustav Stark, p. 51
    • Rev. Johannes Heckel, p. 53
    • Wollar L. Beal, p. 56
    • Eppes Family, p. 58
    • Bell Family, p. 60
    • Mahoney Family, p. 63
    • Williams Family, p. 64
    • John Butler Hall Family, p. 66
    • W. B. C. Duryee & Amelia M. Duryee, p. 67
    • Robert & Caroline Schuyler, p. 69

    Volume XXV #2 – Fall 2018

    • History at St. Peter’s Episcopal Cemetery, p. 73
    • Mary Martha Reid, p. 75
    • Eliza Jane Tavel, p. 76
    • Isaac Crowell, p. 77
    • Henderson Family, p. 77
    • James and Eugenia Tucker, p. 79
    • Carrio Family, p. 80
    • Rev. Owen P. Thackara and Elizabeth Thackara, p. 81
    • Charles Angel, p. 83
    • Willie O. Jeffrys, p. 89
    • Charles Massey Fairbanks, M.D., p. 89
    • William H. & Virginia B. Finn, p. 90
    • Henry Howard Linville, p. 90
    • Eric Stewart Kempka, p. 91
    • William Henry Mann, p. 92

    2019

    Volume XXVI #1 – Winter 2019

    • A Look Back in Time, p. 2
    • Fernandina in 1983, p. 3
    • King’s Road, p. 4
    • Fernandina, Florida, p. 6
    • Yellow Fever, p. 7
    • Amelia Island Before the Revolutionary War, p. 11
    • Building Boom in Fernandina – 1883, p. 13
    • Fire Destroys Downtown Business Block, p. 15
    • And They Were Known By Their Trade, p. 21
    • A Fernandina Bull Fight, p. 22
    • Dr. E. Leroy Jones, p. 23

    Volume XXVI #2 – Spring 2019

    • Ulysses S. Grant Visits Fernandina, p. 26
    • Death of Gustav Stark, p. 28
    • Over Two Centuries Old – Historic Fernandina (1898), p. 30
    • John W. Howell, p. 33
    • Deaths in February 1920, p. 34
    • Dana-Tompkins Nuptials, p. 34
    • Benjamin Sanders, p. 35
    • May day 1914, p. 36
    • Robert Fitzgerald, p. 37
    • Then and Now, p. 37
    • Hilliard’s First Garage, p. 39
    • Mrs. myrtle Bailey, p. 40
    • Robert H. Church, p. 40
    • I Am My Own Grandpa, p. 44

    Volume XXVI #3 – Summer 2019

    • Fernandina – The Sea Beach – The Egmont Hotel, p. 50
    • Hiers-Waterman Wedding, p. 53
    • You Are Related to Charlemagne, p. 55
    • The Grim Reaper – Sgt John Barr, p. 56
    • Cecilia Ramon, p. 57
    • Warren Fletcher Scott, p. 58
    • Illicit Still Captured, p. 60
    • Death of Myron W. Lovell, p. 61
    • A. W. Jenck, p. 61
    • Otto Peter Nagel – Thyra Lorraine McCormick, p. 62
    • Fernandina Athletic Club – 1922, p. 64
    • James C. Smythe, p. 64
    • Death of Thomas Lemuel Cushing, p. 65
    • Fouraker-Bardin Marriage, p. 66
    • Marshal & Prisoner At Mercy of the Waves, p. 66
    • Do You Know These Diseases, p. 69

    Volume XXVI #4 – Fall 2019

    2020

    Volume XXVII #1 – Winter 2020

    • Finding Mother in the 1920 Census, p. 2
    • Reflections of MY Youth, p. 6
    • All Over Florida – A County each Day – Nassau County, p. 12
    • Philip Goodbread, Jr. – Death Notice, p. 17
    • Joseph Alexander McIntosh & Florida Murhee, p. 18
    • Alma Peterson Death, p. 21
    • Walter J. Rutishauser – Obituary, p. 21

    Volume XXVII #2 – Spring, Summer, Fall 2020

    • A Young Mother’s War, p. 26
      • Octavia Bryant-Stephens
    • Voters in the 1845 Election, p. 42
    • James Ernest Calkins, p. 44
    • William W. Lunt, p. 45
    • Remember When, p. 48

    2021

    Volume XXVIII #1 – Winter 2021

    • Hamilton Family, p. 2
    • Harrison Cemetery, p. 6
    • Samuel Harrison, p. 7
    • American Legion Post #54, p. 10
    • Theodore Hollins Hernandez, p. 10
    • News From Lessie, p. 13
    • Death of Samuel George Hubbell, p. 14
    • Fernandina Elks Club, p. 15
    • Fever in 1888, p. 17
    • Advertisements – January 1896, p. 18
    • Hiers-Waterman Wedding, p. 19
    • Must Volumes, p. 21

    Volume XXVIII #2 – Spring, Summer 2021

    • Independence Day in Fernandina – 1926, p. 26
    • Lola Louise Bunker, p. 28
    • Death of William Green, p. 29
    • Hart-Danberg Marriage, p. 29
    • Death of Mary Elizabeth Wells, p. 30
    • Gustav Stark Obituary, p. 30
    • East Floridian – Sept. 1, 1858 (Advertisements/Legal Notices) p. 32
    • Obituary of John Daniel Vaughan, p. 35
    • Names Removed from Registration Rolls – October 1880, p. 36
    • Anderson-Long Marriage, p. 43
    • John Brown Estate, p. 43
    • Laws of Genealogy, p. 48

    Volume XXVIII #3 – Fall 2021

    • Jehiel Smith Judd, p. 50
    • Burials at Judd Cemetery, p. 52
    • Fernandina City Ordinance 1886, p. 53
    • Do you Recognize This Building? p. 57
    • Historical Population of Nassau County, p. 59
    • Analysis of the 1850 Census of Nassau County, p. 59
    • Death From exposure, p. 62
    • Death of Mrs. Mayo, p. 62
    • Fashions from Fall 1894, p. 63
    • City & County Officials – 1894, p. 64
    • Police Court in October 1881, p. 64
    • Names Removed from Voter Rolls – 1886, p. 65
    • Juries for the Fall Term 1886, p. 67
    • A Deadly Duel, p. 68

    2022

    Volume XXIV #1 – Winter 2022

    • General Grant Visits Fernandina, p. 2
    • Thomas King 3d, p. 2
    • Death of Cathrine Courter, p. 7
    • Death of Walter J. Rutishauser, p. 7
    • News from the Nassau County Leader – March 24, 1922, p. 8
    • Death of Ruth Parmenter, p. 10
    • James Ernest Calkins, p. 11
    • Execution of Wm W Lunt, p. 12
    • Legal Items from Fernandina Observer – July 31, 1875, p. 15
    • Legal Item from fernandina Express – February 12, 1883, p. 15
    • Sudden Death of Capt. Thomas S. Ellis, p. 15
    • Private Land Claims in Florida – 1830, p. 16
    • Leonard Dozier Will, p. 19
    • Final Discharge of estate of George C. Dixon, p. 21
    • News from Chester – March 24, 1891, p. 22
    • Death of May Haddock, p. 22

    Volume XXIV #2 – Spring 2022

    • Nassau County in 1925, p. 26
    • A Deep Sea Harbor, p. 29
    • Death of Captain Grossman, p. 31
    • Death of Harry J. Linville, p. 31
    • 1877 Yellow Fever Epidemic, p. 32
    • Death of Private Henry Perkins, p. 32
    • Death of Sergeant Arthur Jones, p. 33
    • 1834 Post Route, p. 33
    • Campbell – Folsom Marriage, p. 33
    • Names Stricken from Registration List – 1891, p. 34
    • Death of Pauline A. Farmer, p. 37
    • Daniel S. Place, p. 37
    • Auguste L. Perrodin – Update, p. 38
    • Jane M. Coburn, p. 39
    • Heflin – McNamar Marriage, p. 40
    • Naming Patterns in England – 1700-1875, p. 40
    • Smiles, p.41

    Volume XXIV #3 – Summer 2022

    • The Anglicizing of Amelia, 1763-1785, p. 46
    • Will of Carrie Watson, p. 50
    • Nassau Circuit Court – April 1891, p. 52
    • A New Banking Competitor in Town, p. 54
    • Shipments for the Month of August (1894) p. 54
    • The Ocean House (advertisement) p. 55
    • Death of Sister Mary Alphonsus Mularky, p. 55
    • Fernandina City Government – June 1886, p. 56
    • Death of Captain J. B. G. O’Neill, p. 56
    • Jacob Gremli Drowns, p. 59
    • News from Lessie and Plummer’s Swamp – 1911, p. 59
    • Local News in Fernandina – May 1907, p. 60
    • Members of the Florida House Session – 1919, p. 62
    • News from the Florida Mirror – May 1886, p. 63
    • Body Found on Cumberland Beach, p. 64
    • New Zion Baptist Church Cornerstone, p. 65
    • Candidates for Office in Democratic Primary – March 1908, p. 65
    • Pen Sketches of Fernandina, p. 66
    • Notice to Mariners – July 1880, p. 67
    • Amelia Island Falls to Federal Forces – March 1862, p. 68

    Volume XXIV #4 – Fall 2022

    • Spanish Doubledoons Found on Florida Island, p. 74
    • George Washington Quarterman, p. 77
    • The Fritz Brick House in fernandina, p. 78
    • Fritz O’Conner Suicide, p. 81
    • Blount Family, p. 82
    • Fatal Accident – Anderson Son, p. 83
    • 300 Residents Go to Jacksonville for Baseball Game, p. 84
    • King’s Ferry News – 1896, p. 84
    • Fernandina Bicycle Club, p. 85
    • Baptismal Font for St. Peter’s, p. 85
    • Jesse Joseph Edmonson, p. 85
    • Mary Delorous Collier, p. 87
    • Deaths in February 1920, p. 88
    • Dana-Tompkins Nuptials, p. 88
    • Death of S.G. Hubbell, p. 89
    • The New Keystone Hotel, p. 91

    2023

    Volume XXV #1 – Winter 2023

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