Re: public record office- Spanish census -American State Papers. - Edgar Taylor
Subject: Re: public record office- Spanish census -American State Papers.
From: Edgar Taylor
Date: May 19, 2000

I probably missed something in thiese message exchanges, but to which census
are you referring? There were several. As I recall, these can be found in
the East Fla papers in the the Lib of Congress - and probably in FLA, which
are on microfilm. One was also published many years ago in - I think - the
GA Gen Mag.

Now my question. I understand that the American State Papers for FLA are
on-line. Can anyone tell me how to accesss these?

Thanks for your help. Ed T of PGH, descendant of Andrew Dewees, Catherine
Chicken, and Josef Joaneda y Florit [ aka John Floyd ], early settlers  of
what is now Mayport FLA

>From: "Gail Moore" 
>To: [email protected]
>Subject: Re: public record office
>Date: Fri, May 19, 2000, 2:33 AM

>Does the Spanish Census of Florida this would be the census for the early
>folks who came into St. Augustine, Florida right??

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