Alachua/Gilchrist County Family Photo Album
    Barbara Wilson's Photos Barbara Stringfellow's Photos Beth Learn's Photos Dianna Thomas' Photos
    Elaine Campbell's Photos Ellen Oliver Wilson's Photos G.I. Hunt's Photos Jane Gibbs' Photos
    Russ Henderson's Photos Robert Taylor's Photos Terry Lisa Jamerson's Photos Tatanya Peterson's Photos

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  • Barbara Wilson's Photos
    • Jasper Newton Wilson
      • Jasper Newton Wilson was born 27 March 18421 in Florida, the eldest of five children of Henry C. and Martha B. Wilson
    • Laura Strobar Guinn Wilson & granddaughter Edna Mae Davis
      • Laura, wife of Jasper Newton Wilson, was born December 8, 1846 in Camden County, Georgia. She was the daughter of Peter W. Guinn and Rebecca Tucker Guinn. She died May 27, 1919 in Cadallic, Alachua County, Florida.
    • Laura Strobar Guinn Wilson and Allie Lee Wilson
      • L to R Allie Lee Wilson B. July 21, 1888 in Cadallic, Alachua County, Florida, youngest daughter of Jasper Newton and Laura Wilson. Allie married Jasper H. Davis, February 6, 1910 and her mother, Laura Strobar Guinn Wilson.
    • Laura Strobar Guinn Wilson and Allie Lee Wilson
      • Closeup of the ladies in Previous photo
    • Leona Bell Wilson Wainwright
      • Picture taken in 1935. Leona Bell Wilson B. June 13, 1877 in Cadallic, Alachua County, Florida. Leona married Isaac Tucker Wainwright, August 1, 1895. Leona daughter of Jasper Newton and Laura Wilson.
    • Allie Lee Wilson and Daisy B. Wilson
      • L to R. Allie Lee Wilson and her sister Daisy B. Wilson B. January 4, 1884, in Cadallic, Alachua County, Florida. Daisy married William Oneta Russell, April 23, 1905 in Alachua, Alachua County, Florida. Daughters of Jasper Newton and Laura Wilson.
    • George and Alice Wilson and four children
      • Picture taken Abt. late 1912 - early 1913 L to R John Newton Wilson, Father, George Washington Wilson in front of George, Aubrey Bishop Wilson, Mother, Alice Jane Rawls Wilson baby in arms, Laura Strobar Wilson and Lula Alice Wilson.
    • George and Alice Wilson's four oldest children
      • Taken late 1912- early 1913 - Four oldest children of George and Alice Wilson. Back row L to R - John Newton Wilson, Lula Alice Wilson, in front L to R - Aubrey Bishop Wilson and Laura Strobar Wilson.
    • George and Alice Wilson 1946
      • Taken September, 1946 George Washington Wilson, son of Jasper Newton and Laura Strobar Wilson, Alice Jane Rawls Wilson, daughter of John Green and Janie Burnett Rawls. Both buried in Forest Grove Baptist Cemetery.
    • George and Alice Wilson and their eight children
      • Back Row L to R Ernest Leroy Wilson, Lula Alice Wilson Clark, James Woodrow Wilson, Jesse Gracy Wilson, Aubrey Bishop Wilson, John Newton Wilson, Laura Strobar Wilson Barber, & Arthur Julian Wilson.
    • Arthur and Emma Cathcart
      • Picture taken on their 50th Wedding Anniversary December 24, 1949. Arthur Monroe Cathcart, Emma Blanton Wilson Cathcart, daughter of Jasper and Laura Wilson. Arthur and Emma were married December 24, 1899. Both buried in Forest Grove Baptist Cemetery.|
    • Willie Tyson Wilson
      • Willie Tyson Wilson, B. February 3, 1871, Cadallic, Alachua County, Florida, son of Jasper Newton and Laura Wilson, D. February 5, 1955, Alachua, Alachua County, Florida, buried in the Cathcart Cemetery near Alachua, Alachua County, Florida.
    • Louise Missouri Cathcart Wilson
      • Louise Missouri Cathcart Wilson, B. March 28, 1871, Alachua, Alachua County, Florida, daughter of Robert L. Cathcart and Rachel Polk, wife of Willie Tyson Wilson, D. November 5, 1943, Alachua, Alachua County, Florida, buried in the Cathcart Cemetery
    • Louisa Jane Dell
      • B. February 3, 1804 in Florida, daughter of Joseph Dell and Martha Maxey Dell. Louisa married Aaron Tison, January 16, 1825 in Greene County, Georgia. Aaron died December 2, 1840, Alachua County Florida. Family tradition has it that
    • Four Generations William Orson Tison
      • Four Generations - William Orson Tison, B. May 2, 1834, Newnansville, Alachua County, Florida, son of Aaron Tison and Louisa Jane Dell Tison. William's wife Martha J. Hodges, B. November 20, 1842, Greene County,
    • William Orson Tison and Two unknown Dell Children
      • Taken in Waldo, Alachua County, Florida.
    • Mystery Couple
  • Barbara Stringfellow's Photos
  • Beth Learn's Photos
    • Gathering
      • Stella Anna DeSha is the woman on the bench, front right, hands in lap, looking down. Nice BIG plant, eh? She looks to be 16-22-ish and was born in 1891, so abt. 1906+ Could be church or school. Don't know why she has leaves in her hair.
    • Orange Heights School
      • Stella Anna DeSha is second to last second row right with dotted blouse and watch pinned to her right front. She looks as if in her early 20's. She taught school only 1 year at the Orange Heights School which this is. Sometime between 1908-1915????
    • Picnic
      • Looks like a Church (Waldo, if so) or School?? picnic. Stella Anna DeSha has pointed herself out there.
    • School
      • Seems to be the same occasion as Gathering photo above. Stella is wearing the same outfit and still has leaves in her hair. She is standing roughly in the second row, just right of the center picture, has her arms behind her back and leaves.
    • DeSha Home near Hatchet Creek
      • Photo of Joseph Finegan DeSha Farm #1 at Hatchett Creek, NW corner of S22 T09 R21 in Alachua County, Florida. Picture taken about 1895-96.
    • Family Closeup
      • L-R are Mae Eady DeSha and doll, unknown girl and doll, unknown woman, Harriet Mariah Beasley DeSha, behind Bernice Ella DeSha, Lawrence "Lonnie" Madison DeSha, Joseph Finegan DeSha, and Stella Anna Desha with doll.
    • Eliza Anna Parrish DeSha
      • Eliza Anna Parrish DeSha (1835-1918), daughter of Ezekiel and Mariah Faye Parrish, wife of Franklin DeSha (abt 1826-1867). This was her home on one of Waldo's two "main" streets.
    • Mae Eady DeSha
      • Mae Eady DeSha (1890-1984), sister of Stella Anna DeSha (Thomas) and Bernice Ella Desha (Blackburn); oldest daughter of Joseph Finegan DeSha and Harriet Mariah Beasley DeSha.
    • Stella Anna DeSha
      • My beautiful Grandmother, Stella Anna DeSha (Thomas) abt. 1908-10. One of three daughters of Joseph Finegan DeSha and Harriet Mariah Beasley, Stella grew up on the family farms in Alachua County,
    • Cane Grinding
      • Sugar cane tasting? L-R: Bernice Ella DeSha, Joseph Fenigan DeSha ?, Harriet Mariah Beasley DeSha, Stella Anna DeSha, Mae Eady DeSha Stevens, Arthur Lawrence Stevens. Unknown man in back row. Post 1912?
    • Mae Eady DeSha & Arthur Lawrence Stevens
      • Bettee V. DeSha says in her history of Waldo, entitled East Side of Eden, that the house in this picture was built by my GG Grandfather, Franklin DeSha (1826-18, the first in-Florida DeSha whose land grant was out on Lake Alto.
    • Fish
  • Dianna Thomas' Photos
  • Elaine Campbell's Photos
  • Ellen Oliver Wilson's Photos
  • G.I. Hunt's Photos
  • Jane Gibbs' Photos
    • Aaron James Higginbotham with his 3 grandchildren
      • This is a picture taken in 1906 of Aaron James Higginbotham with his 3 grandchildren: John, Joseph and Leona Hogan. Aaron was born September 27, 1832 in Spring Grove at Hogtown in Alachua Co. and died April 3, 1910 in Williston, Levy Co.
  • Russ Henderson's Photos
    • Rawls Reunion 1918-1919
      • This picture was taken ca. 1918-1919 at the John Green Rawls' home located off NW 161st Street in Section 33 Township 8 South Range 18 East, Alachua County, Florida. The adults in the picture (l-r) are John Gracy Rawls, his wife Carol Gillespie
    • John Green Rawls
      • John G. Rawls (1855-1928) of Alachua County, Florida, is the third in line of those of that name. John G. Rawls (1) is of record in 1823 farming on Hogtown Creek in Alachua, County, Florida. John G. Rawls (2) (1833-1864) was married to Martha Harville
    • John Gracy Rawls
      • John Gracy Rawls (1887-1974) is John G. Rawls (4), his son John Glenn Rawls (1911-1951) is John G. Rawls (5) and his son, John Glenn "Johnny" Rawls Jr. (1942-1970) is John G. Rawls (6). While Johnny had no male heirs, there is reason to believe
    • John Gracy Rawls
      • John Gracy Rawls (1887 - 1974), son of John Green and Janie Burnett Rawls, was a telegrapher and station master with the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad. The picture is a postcard with "Sears & Rawls oprs" at top and "20 words a min
    • Janie Burnett Rawls
      • Janie Burnett (1858 - 1900) first wife of John Green Rawls (1855 - 1928), daughter of John W. Burnett (ca.1828 - ca. 1895) and Eliza Tidwell (ca. 1830 - ca. 1890) with children (l-r): Alice Jane Rawls (1883 - 1953), Lois Louise
    • Three Rawls Sisters
      • About 1917 picture of daughters of John Green Rawls l:r, Alice, age about 34, who married George Washington Wilson (1879 - 1947); Mary, age about 20, who married (1) Reuben R. Glover (1895 -1932); and Lois, age about 31, who married George W. "Doy" Lewis
  • Robert Taylor's Photos
    • Samuel Joseph Russell
      • Samuel Joseph Russell, son of Samuel Russell and Mary Caroline Tison. He was born in Newnannsville August 2, 1852, and died in Columbia Co., February 3, 1934.
  • Terry Lisa Jamerson's Photos
    • Antioch School Lacrosse Florida School Year 1886-1887
      • Back Row L-R 8 over is Maxie Matthew Chesser Son of George Dash & Celia Cellon Chesser
    • George Beauregard Cellon
      • George Beauregaurd Cellon was the son of Missanariah Sparkman Cellon and John Alexander Cellon. Uncle George was a renown botanist known for propigating the mango and the avocado.
    • Mae Cellon & Adrian Bryan
      • Mae Cellon Bryan and her son Adrian Bryan about 1919. Mae is the daughter of Frank (Buddy) and Jane Polk Cellon.
    • Mae Cellon Bryan
      • 1900-1922 Mae Cellon Bryan was my great aunt, she married W.D. Bryan in 1917 and bore 3 children. Adrian, born in 1918. Robert Adair, born in 1920, was killed in a bicycle accident in Columbia County in 1935. Margery who was born in 1921.
    • Truman, Ruby and Mae Cellon abt. 1905
      • Truman, Ruby and Mae Cellon were the children of Frank (Buddy) and Jane Polk Cellon. Buddy and Jane ran a store on Archer Road about 1.5 miles west of Shands. This section of Gainesville was then known as Milliards Station. Truman died in 1925,
    • GHS football team early 1920's.
      • A cousin, Mondell Cellon, is 2nd from the right on the bottom row.
    • Frank, Marvin, Ruby and Jane Cellon
      • This is a picture of Frank, Marvin, Ruby and Jane Cellon about 1917 in front of their home in Millard Station. It's on Archer Road about 1/2 mile west of Shands.
    • Frank, Marvin, Ruby and Jane Cellon
      • Closeup of Previous Photo
    • B.W. Thomas family
      • B.W. married my great-great aunt, Utah Polk. They had a farm in NW Alachua County.
    • B.W. & Utah Polk Thomas & family
    • Martha Jane "Polk" Cellon
      • Martha Jane "Polk" Cellon in 1899 the year she married Frank "Buddy" Cellon
    • Rachel Ellen Brock Jamerson
      • Rachel Ellen Brock was born in Lake Butler. Her parents were James Albert and Georgiann Boyd Boytt. She married John Lancaster Jameson and moved to Bell. Not long after Rachel married she
    • Truman Cellon
      • Truman Cellon was born in Alachua County in 1902 and was killed in Ft Myers in 1925. This is a picture of him taken in South Florida not long before he died.
    • Cellon Store on Archer Road
    • Ruby Annie Cellon Jamerson
      • This is Ruby's senior picture from Gainesville High School, class of 1922. A boyfriend of hers urged her not to wear her spit curl for her this picture. He told her one day it would look so dated.
    • Cellon Siblings
      • Frank Cellon, Dalceida Cellon Bell and Florence Cellon Kite around the 1890's in La Crosse
    • Ruby & Marvin Cellon
      • Ruby and Marvin Cellon about 1918 behind an early billboard for the "White House"
  • Tatanya Peterson's Photos