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    1. FL-GHOSTFL Ghost Towns New List Administrator
    2. Mike Flannigan
    3. Howdy, I am the new list administrator. I see there are very few posts to this list. Hardly any at all for 9 years! But there are quite a few subscribers (41). It may remain quiet for a while, but someday in the future I may start posting a little. It will probably be quite a while before I start posting significantly. In the meantime, here are 4 reported ghost towns in Wakulla county: San Marcos (historical) - AKA Saint Marks (FL-T801/p199), San Marcos de Apalache (FL-T44/p364) - Wakulla County - Approx loc - http://maps.google.com/maps?q=30.18333,+-84.21667+%28Coordinates%29&iwloc=A&hl=en ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Wasupa (historical) - Wakulla County - Approx loc - http://maps.google.com/maps?q=30.21667,+-84.30000+%28Coordinates%29&iwloc=A&hl=en ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Welika (historical) - AKA Welaka (FL-T801/p209), Wkahigua (FL-T801/p209) - Wakulla County - Approx loc - http://maps.google.com/maps?q=30.28333,+-84.53333+%28Coordinates%29&iwloc=A&hl=en ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Wethocouchy (historical) - AKA Weeklakatchee (FL-T801/p210), Wethoecuchytalofa (FL-T801/p210), Withlacoochee (FL-T801/p210) - Wakulla County - Approx loc - http://maps.google.com/maps?q=30.23333,+-84.66667+%28Coordinates%29&iwloc=A&hl=en Mike

    04/24/2018 05:46:37
    1. Re: FL-GHOST Ravenswood
    2. verbena1066
    3. Robert,   I have the following on Ravenswood:   From: Davidson, James Wood   1889    The Florida of To-Day - A Guide for Tourists and Settlers.                 D. Appleton and Company, New York.   p. 238 under 'List of Hotels in Florida Open as Winter Resorts'   *cites his source as "From the United States (Official) Hotel Directory and Railroad Indicator," Known as the "Hotel Red-Book," Traveler's Publishing Company, New York.   Ravenswood, Orange Co.: Naylor House, $3.00 (per day)   It's not much, but hope it helps. Either they were slow getting news of the fire, or the 1888 date is wrong.  OR, part of the town may have survived the fire. If I find any more, I will post.   Pam --- On Thu, 7/30/09, Robert Orrell <rorrell@cfl.rr.com> wrote: From: Robert Orrell <rorrell@cfl.rr.com> Subject: FL-GHOST Ravenswood To: FL-GHOSTTOWNS@rootsweb.com Date: Thursday, July 30, 2009, 5:55 PM Not sure what qualifies as a ghost town but here goes. Ravenswood was listed in "Florida's Forgotten Towns". Ravenswood was built by John S. Banks in the early 1880's and was destroyed by fire in 1888. The town was originally in the north end of Orange County (Highway 19) which became Lake County in 1887. The Post Office was discontinued in 1889. My questions: Does anyone know the exact date of the fire? Is there a cemetery near that area? I found Altoona Hinson Cemetery. Thanks ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to FL-GHOSTTOWNS-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    08/05/2009 12:21:44
    1. FL-GHOST Ravenswood
    2. Robert Orrell
    3. Not sure what qualifies as a ghost town but here goes. Ravenswood was listed in "Florida's Forgotten Towns". Ravenswood was built by John S. Banks in the early 1880's and was destroyed by fire in 1888. The town was originally in the north end of Orange County (Highway 19) which became Lake County in 1887. The Post Office was discontinued in 1889. My questions: Does anyone know the exact date of the fire? Is there a cemetery near that area? I found Altoona Hinson Cemetery. Thanks

    07/30/2009 10:55:50
    1. FL-GHOST GHOST TOWN TALK
    2. Dittmar, Frederick M.
    3. Greetings to all Florida GhostTowners. In order to stimulate my quiet lists I'm writing to ask some questions of you the subscribers. No one on the list bites or says Boo to any questions or comments so feel free to write and talk with others. There are 31 subscribers to this list at the moment. Where do you live? What Ghost Town or area are you interested in? What county was your Ghost Town located in? Are there any remnants left of the town? Foundations? Buildings? Cemeteries? Do you have any information about the time line of the town? Did it have a post office? If a cemetery is there is it currently maintained? Has it been surveyed and is it posted on the internet? What's the link? Do you know if the State has posted a Historic Sign or Marker noting the town or area? Please cite any sources (book, publication, family history) you find the information in. Thank you all. This is your mail list and it only works when you post and others answer and add to it. Fred - Mail List Administrator Frederick M. Dittmar Diggin' Deep Genealogy Research Service PO Box 2601 Norman, Oklahoma 73070 http://frederick.dittmar.org Member: Association of Professional Genealogy - http://www.apgen.org Board Member - Oklahoma Genealogical Society - http://rootsweb.com/~okgs Board Member - OKOLHA - http://www.okolha.net

    02/15/2008 01:12:28
    1. FL-GHOST Town of Whitfield in Walton County, FL ca 1899
    2. Julia Cadenhead
    3. Looking for information on Whitfield, FL in Walton County near where the Alaqua creeks pour out into the Choctawhatchee Bay - it is also near the towns of Portland and Freeport. It was there on an 1899 map of Walton County. Who lived there; it's purpose; any surnames, etc. Thank you. Judy C

    01/28/2007 02:54:39
    1. Greetings
    2. Dittmar, Frederick M.
    3. Greetings to all GhostTown subscribers from Norman, Oklahoma. I'm Frederick Dittmar and I'd like to introduce myself as your new Mail List Administrator of the Florida (FL-Ghosttown ) mail list. I'm a member of the Association of Professional Genealogist, Genealogy Speakers Guild, NEHGS, & NGS nationally, on a local level the Plymouth County Genealogical Society, MA., & I'm on the Board of the Oklahoma Genealogical Society and the OKOLHA - Oklahoma Outlaw Lawmen History Association. I now administrator 23 GhostTowns, 12 Surname and 28 miscellaneous mail lists. I would like to stimulate this mail list by asking if anyone has any GhostTown books for your state or other states? Would you be willing to list them and do lookups for fellow subscribers? BTW, there are 22 subscribers on this mail list. Does anyone know of a book about Ghost Towns in Florida and how many towns have been designated as Ghost Towns? Do you live near a location that would be considered a Ghost Town? Would you be interested in writing a short story about it? Facts, History, Superstitions etc. Where do you live (State/Town/ your First name)? What is your Ghost Town interest? These are the Ghost Town books that I have: 1. 'Ghost Towns of the West' by Lambert Florin Promontory Press 1970 2. 'Ghost Towns of Oklahoma' by John W. Morris, University of Oklahoma Press 1977/80 3. 'Ghost Towns of Arizona" by John E & Barbara H Sherman, University of Oklahoma Press 1969 4. 'Small Town Ghost Memories of Oklahoma' OEC http://www.OK-Living.com <http://www.ok-living.com/> 5. 'Oklahoma Post Offices' by Richard Helbock - Raven Press Lake Oswego, Or. 6. 'Oklahoma Place Names" by George Shirk - University of Oklahoma Press 3rd 1980 http://www.oupress.com/ 7+. I have just purchased 5 GT books for Texas, More GTs of Texas / N.Mex. / & Colo. Check OU Press for their Holiday Sale for Ghosttowns and other books. Enjoy and Let's talk. Mail lists only work if the subscribers post. Thank you, Fred Frederick M. Dittmar, Diggin' Deep Genealogy Research Service PO Box 2601 Norman, Oklahoma 73070 http://frederick.dittmar.org Member: Association of Professional Genealogy - http://www.apgen.org Mail List Administrator: 63 Mail Lists & 2 Message Boards -WebMaster 3 Web Pages County Coordinator - Beckham County Oklahoma Web Page Board Member and Research Assistant - Oklahoma Genealogical Society - http://rootsweb.com/~okgs Board Member - OKLOHA - http://www.okloha.net 22 Ghost Town mail lists.

    11/08/2006 01:03:52
    1. FL-GHOSTTOWNS List Administrator: please contact Rootsweb
    2. Andrew Billinghurst
    3. Hi, **This message is being sent to the FL-GHOSTTOWNS mailing list.** The email address that RootsWeb has for the FL-GHOSTTOWNS list admin jmclain@tampabay.rr.com is bouncing, so RootsWeb is looking to make contact with the list admin. Will the list admin please contact Andrew Billinghurst (billingh@rootsweb.com) so that we know that you are still maintaining this list and please reply quoting this message. List members there is nothing for you to worry about and nothing for you to do, it is probably just an email problem for the person looking after the day-to-day management of this list. Rest assured that this does not mean that your list is in danger. Thanks! Andrew Billinghurst, RootsWeb Staff billingh@rootsweb.com -- Andrew Billinghurst <billingh@rootsweb.com> Adopt-a-mailing list -> http://resources.rootsweb.com/adopt/ Ancestry.com--Your #1 Source for Family History Online http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=4930&sourceid=1237

    08/27/2006 04:39:13
    1. Delaware
    2. verbena1066
    3. Does anyone know anything about a community called Delaware that was located just west of Croom in Hernando County? It appears on a 1914 Soil map along the railroad. I believe it was naval stores-related. Any help greatly appreciated. I am also looking for any info on Fitzgerald, that was located adjacent to Croom. I know that there was phosphate mining and naval stores production there. Thanks. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com

    05/05/2005 07:07:57
    1. Re: [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Is this list still good
    2. try typing that in on Yahoo. -------------- Original message -------------- > I'll throw one out there for you all - Does anyone know anything about > Merrifield or Merrifield Station in St. Johns County? I'm still here as well, > although I was having similar thoughts. > > MysticVisions@aol.com wrote:Just seeing if this is still a good listing > > > ============================== > New! Family Tree Maker 2005. Build your tree and search for your ancestors at > the same time. Share your tree with family and friends. Learn more: > http://landing.ancestry.com/familytreemaker/2005/tour.aspx?sourceid=14599&target > id=5429 > > > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around > http://mail.yahoo.com > > > ============================== > Jumpstart your genealogy with OneWorldTree. Search not only for > ancestors, but entire generations. Learn more: > http://www.ancestry.com/s13972/rd.ashx >

    04/28/2005 10:13:00
    1. Ravenswood
    2. List is still alive! Searching for an exact date in 1888 the town of Ravenswood burned. Town was formerly in Orange County and later cut into Lake County just north of Altoona. Bob _____________________________________________________________ Switch to Netscape Internet Service. As low as $9.95 a month -- Sign up today at http://isp.netscape.com/emreg Netscape. Just the Net You Need.

    04/28/2005 05:13:12
    1. Re: [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Is this list still good
    2. verbena1066
    3. I'll throw one out there for you all - Does anyone know anything about Merrifield or Merrifield Station in St. Johns County? I'm still here as well, although I was having similar thoughts. MysticVisions@aol.com wrote:Just seeing if this is still a good listing ============================== New! Family Tree Maker 2005. Build your tree and search for your ancestors at the same time. Share your tree with family and friends. Learn more: http://landing.ancestry.com/familytreemaker/2005/tour.aspx?sourceid=14599&targetid=5429 __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com

    04/28/2005 01:43:50
    1. Re: [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Is this list still good
    2. Well Im still here......lol

    04/23/2005 02:40:13
    1. Re: [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Is this list still good
    2. I think this is the first e-mail i ever got from this list. -------------- Original message -------------- > Just seeing if this is still a good listing > > > ============================== > New! Family Tree Maker 2005. Build your tree and search for your ancestors at > the same time. Share your tree with family and friends. Learn more: > http://landing.ancestry.com/familytreemaker/2005/tour.aspx?sourceid=14599&target > id=5429 >

    04/23/2005 01:46:17
    1. Is this list still good
    2. Just seeing if this is still a good listing

    04/23/2005 08:18:04
    1. [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] From List Mom - This list is up for adoption
    2. Kathleen Burnett
    3. Dear List Members, If you would like to be considered for the new List Admin. of this list, please contact me personally KathleenBurnett@earthlink.net. I have four Florida lists that I am looking for someone to take over, so be sure and let me know what list you would like. FL-GHOSTTOWNS FLCITRUS FLLEE FLMANATE Kathleen Burnett List Mom

    11/11/2003 02:17:16
    1. [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] This list is up for adoption
    2. Kathleen Burnett
    3. If you would be interested in adopting this mailing list, contact me personally. KathleenBurnett@earthlink.net Kathleen Burnett List Mom

    08/03/2003 08:09:12
    1. [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] From List Mom - Comcast buy out
    2. Kathleen Burnett
    3. Dear List Members, If you were effected by the Comcast buy out, then you need to read this, if not delete it. Just this evening, I have receive over 100 requests for me to change e-mail address to a Comcast address. Many of these requests mention multiple lists of which the sender needs their e-mail address changed. It will take me a good week or so to get through them all. My suggestion is; If you still have the ability to unsubscribe go to PASSWORD Central at http://passwordcentral.rootsweb.com/ type in your old e-mail address, and follow the directions. You will receive an e-mail from which you can unsubscribe. If you can't do this, then you will just need to re-subscribe with your new address and let the old one bounce off. To re-subscribe this go to John Fuller's mailing list site http://www.rootsweb.com/~jfuller/gen_mail.html or remember you can subscribe and or unsubscribe by sending only the word UNSUBSCRIBE or SUBSCRIBE to XXXXXX-L-REQUEST@ROOTSWEB.COM or XXXXXX-D-REQUEST@ROOTSWEB.COM if you are on the Digest List. Naturally change the XXXXXX to the name of the list. If all else fails, contact me, but be understanding if it takes me a while to get to you. Kathleen Burnett List Mom

    06/30/2003 03:46:53
    1. Re: [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Researcher requests assistance
    2. Pamela Vojnovski
    3. Warren, Glad you're still out there too. Joe is working on this project with me, so maybe he could present it as well. I've been reading his new book. The publisher messed up the back cover. They changed his words and now it is incorrect - The Seminoles are most definitely not native Floridians! Oh well, I guess they had to make it sound good. Yes, please dig out those clippings! I'm not sure how long I will have to work on this before I have to put it off again for a short while. I've got to go back to Marion County and finish up one of the tracts that we could'nt get access to at the time, and then I have a 3-day survey in Martin County (which may actually come up first), and then a large survey down in Hendry County. In between all of this I have to find and buy a house! My Marion project went well. We found what's left of one of the mounds. I'm sorry I missed meeting you all, though. Hopefully, some other time. I've gotten quite a bit of new material on the lost towns (I spent an entire day in the Florida Collection in Tally when I went up for FAS), and am corresponding with a relative of a line I am researching in Gadsden County. In the meantime, I have been working on my family's genealogy, and have discovered quite a bit of new info there as well. I just found my grandfather's WWI draft registration from Putnam County online. Well, I hope all is well with you and you had a nice family reunion. Gotta go for now, I'm actually going to cook tonight. Warren Smith <tsgator@earthlink.net> wrote: Hi Pam: Glad to see you're still out there digging. I know I still owe you some old newspaper clippings and I haven't forgotten that--I'll try and get to them this week. How has your work been going? BTW, I met Joe at the Historical Society meeting in Gainesville. He was hawking his new book on the Seminole War. Sorry you couldn't make it there. I got to see one of my old college history professors (John Mahon) there. He is still spry at 91. You could/should have conducted a session on your work--it would've fit right into their agenda. Regards, Warren -------Original Message------- From: Pamela Vojnovski Sent: 06/15/03 10:10 AM To: FL-GHOSTTOWNS-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Researcher requests assistance > > Hello all, I am new to the list, and I wanted to tell you a little about my research. I am an archaeologist and historian researching Florida's lost towns. I am particularly interested in those that are completely gone, but I welcome information on regular ghost towns as well. I am compiling this information for a book that will be written from a preservationist standpoint - all too many are written from the treasure-hunter's perspective. I want to record as much information as I can for posterity on these historic settlements (including logging, naval stores, steamboat landings, and the like). Once compiled, this research will be useful to genealogists, historians, and archaeologists alike, as well as anyone interested in Florida's wonderful historic past. As an archaeologist, I have had the opportunity to investigate several of these communities on the ground, so to speak. As an historian, it has been a pleasure to talk to people familiar with these communities and record their stories. My database currently includes about 360 settlements, but I know this is just the tip of the iceberg. If anyone would like to assist me by providing any information you may have on these communities, I would be most grateful. Any assistance will be fully credited in the book. I am also willing to assist other researchers with specific requests. I have a number of sources that I would be willing to share, depending on the size, via email or snailmail. As a starter, these are a few of the communities that I have not been able to find any information on: Agnes (Thelma), Putnam Co.; Alto, Sumter Co.; Bannerville, Putnam Co.; Bassville, Osceola Co., Bridgeville, Putnam Co.; Britzville, Duval Co.; Carmichael, County unknown; Cedar Hammock, Sumter Co.; Churchill, Marion Co.; Constine's Mill, Alachua Co.; Cooper's Mill, Putnam Co.; Cores, county unknown; Crabgrass, Osceola Co.; Danville, Wakulla Co.; Drierson, county unknown; Egghorn, Osceola Co.; Forty Foot Bluff, county unknown; Hope, Alachua Co.; Lanarks, Putnam Co.; Magnolia, Levy Co.; Menira, Levy Co. Merrifield, St. Johns Co.; McIntyre, Franklin Co.; Moitts, county unknown... A little note on me. A Florida native born in Jacksonville, I graduated high school from the little town of Keystone Heights in Clay County. I received my B.A. and M.A. from the University of South Florida in Tampa. I work as a professional Archaeologist. After working for Janus Research in St. Petersburg for 6 years, I moved to Tallahassee and worked for the FL Bureau of Archaeological Research, CARL Archaeology Survey for 4-1/2 years. I moved up to Georgia last November to work for a CRM consulting firm, New South Associates. Thanks in advance, Pamela K. Vojnovski New South Associates, Inc. 6150 E. Ponce de Leon Ave. Stone Mountain, GA 30083 (770) 498-4155 --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! ==== FL-GHOSTTOWNS Mailing List ==== NOTICE: The posting of virus warnings, test messages, chain letters, political announcements, current events, items for sale, personal messages, flames, etc. (in other words - spam) is NOT ALLOWED and will be grounds for removal. Consideration for exceptions, contact Kathleen Burnett kathleenburnett@earthlink.net ============================== To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go to: http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=571&sourceid=1237 > ==== FL-GHOSTTOWNS Mailing List ==== If you wish to unsubscribe from the Florida Ghost Towns list, send only the word UNSUBSCRIBE to FL-GHOSTTOWNS-l-request@rootsweb.com or if you are on the Digest list to FL-GHOSTTOWNS-d-request@rootsweb.com ============================== To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go to: http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=571&sourceid=1237 --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month!

    06/15/2003 07:49:59
    1. Re: [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Researcher requests assistance
    2. Warren Smith
    3. Hi Pam: Glad to see you're still out there digging. I know I still owe you some old newspaper clippings and I haven't forgotten that--I'll try and get to them this week. How has your work been going? BTW, I met Joe at the Historical Society meeting in Gainesville. He was hawking his new book on the Seminole War. Sorry you couldn't make it there. I got to see one of my old college history professors (John Mahon) there. He is still spry at 91. You could/should have conducted a session on your work--it would've fit right into their agenda. Regards, Warren -------Original Message------- From: Pamela Vojnovski <verbena1066@yahoo.com> Sent: 06/15/03 10:10 AM To: FL-GHOSTTOWNS-L@rootsweb.com Subject: [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Researcher requests assistance > > Hello all, I am new to the list, and I wanted to tell you a little about my research. I am an archaeologist and historian researching Florida's lost towns. I am particularly interested in those that are completely gone, but I welcome information on regular ghost towns as well. I am compiling this information for a book that will be written from a preservationist standpoint - all too many are written from the treasure-hunter's perspective. I want to record as much information as I can for posterity on these historic settlements (including logging, naval stores, steamboat landings, and the like). Once compiled, this research will be useful to genealogists, historians, and archaeologists alike, as well as anyone interested in Florida's wonderful historic past. As an archaeologist, I have had the opportunity to investigate several of these communities on the ground, so to speak. As an historian, it has been a pleasure to talk to people familiar with these communities and record their stories. My database currently includes about 360 settlements, but I know this is just the tip of the iceberg. If anyone would like to assist me by providing any information you may have on these communities, I would be most grateful. Any assistance will be fully credited in the book. I am also willing to assist other researchers with specific requests. I have a number of sources that I would be willing to share, depending on the size, via email or snailmail. As a starter, these are a few of the communities that I have not been able to find any information on: Agnes (Thelma), Putnam Co.; Alto, Sumter Co.; Bannerville, Putnam Co.; Bassville, Osceola Co., Bridgeville, Putnam Co.; Britzville, Duval Co.; Carmichael, County unknown; Cedar Hammock, Sumter Co.; Churchill, Marion Co.; Constine's Mill, Alachua Co.; Cooper's Mill, Putnam Co.; Cores, county unknown; Crabgrass, Osceola Co.; Danville, Wakulla Co.; Drierson, county unknown; Egghorn, Osceola Co.; Forty Foot Bluff, county unknown; Hope, Alachua Co.; Lanarks, Putnam Co.; Magnolia, Levy Co.; Menira, Levy Co. Merrifield, St. Johns Co.; McIntyre, Franklin Co.; Moitts, county unknown... A little note on me. A Florida native born in Jacksonville, I graduated high school from the little town of Keystone Heights in Clay County. I received my B.A. and M.A. from the University of South Florida in Tampa. I work as a professional Archaeologist. After working for Janus Research in St. Petersburg for 6 years, I moved to Tallahassee and worked for the FL Bureau of Archaeological Research, CARL Archaeology Survey for 4-1/2 years. I moved up to Georgia last November to work for a CRM consulting firm, New South Associates. Thanks in advance, Pamela K. Vojnovski New South Associates, Inc. 6150 E. Ponce de Leon Ave. Stone Mountain, GA 30083 (770) 498-4155 --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! ==== FL-GHOSTTOWNS Mailing List ==== NOTICE: The posting of virus warnings, test messages, chain letters, political announcements, current events, items for sale, personal messages, flames, etc. (in other words - spam) is NOT ALLOWED and will be grounds for removal. Consideration for exceptions, contact Kathleen Burnett kathleenburnett@earthlink.net ============================== To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go to: http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=571&sourceid=1237 >

    06/15/2003 06:15:24
    1. [FL-GHOSTTOWNS] Researcher requests assistance
    2. Pamela Vojnovski
    3. Hello all, I am new to the list, and I wanted to tell you a little about my research. I am an archaeologist and historian researching Florida's lost towns. I am particularly interested in those that are completely gone, but I welcome information on regular ghost towns as well. I am compiling this information for a book that will be written from a preservationist standpoint - all too many are written from the treasure-hunter's perspective. I want to record as much information as I can for posterity on these historic settlements (including logging, naval stores, steamboat landings, and the like). Once compiled, this research will be useful to genealogists, historians, and archaeologists alike, as well as anyone interested in Florida's wonderful historic past. As an archaeologist, I have had the opportunity to investigate several of these communities on the ground, so to speak. As an historian, it has been a pleasure to talk to people familiar with these communities and record their stories. My database currently includes about 360 settlements, but I know this is just the tip of the iceberg. If anyone would like to assist me by providing any information you may have on these communities, I would be most grateful. Any assistance will be fully credited in the book. I am also willing to assist other researchers with specific requests. I have a number of sources that I would be willing to share, depending on the size, via email or snailmail. As a starter, these are a few of the communities that I have not been able to find any information on: Agnes (Thelma), Putnam Co.; Alto, Sumter Co.; Bannerville, Putnam Co.; Bassville, Osceola Co., Bridgeville, Putnam Co.; Britzville, Duval Co.; Carmichael, County unknown; Cedar Hammock, Sumter Co.; Churchill, Marion Co.; Constine's Mill, Alachua Co.; Cooper's Mill, Putnam Co.; Cores, county unknown; Crabgrass, Osceola Co.; Danville, Wakulla Co.; Drierson, county unknown; Egghorn, Osceola Co.; Forty Foot Bluff, county unknown; Hope, Alachua Co.; Lanarks, Putnam Co.; Magnolia, Levy Co.; Menira, Levy Co. Merrifield, St. Johns Co.; McIntyre, Franklin Co.; Moitts, county unknown... A little note on me. A Florida native born in Jacksonville, I graduated high school from the little town of Keystone Heights in Clay County. I received my B.A. and M.A. from the University of South Florida in Tampa. I work as a professional Archaeologist. After working for Janus Research in St. Petersburg for 6 years, I moved to Tallahassee and worked for the FL Bureau of Archaeological Research, CARL Archaeology Survey for 4-1/2 years. I moved up to Georgia last November to work for a CRM consulting firm, New South Associates. Thanks in advance, Pamela K. Vojnovski New South Associates, Inc. 6150 E. Ponce de Leon Ave. Stone Mountain, GA 30083 (770) 498-4155 --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month!

    06/15/2003 01:10:49