|Title||Notes on Nassau Light Artillery members|
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Hammond, D. M. (one of the final Superintendents of Contrabands. Stayed here as a lawyer. Was Judge of Provate ca.1871.)
F. C. Latham (-----of first lighthouse keeper)
A. O. MacDonell
W. F. Wood, Jr.
G. Stark (Gustav Stark was here all during the Civil War. Swiss confectioner.)
C. Angel (murdered by Waas)
S. B. Seckinger ?
Geo. S. Gilchrist ?
Ellermann, J. A. ?
W. F. Scott (Scott Road?)
Theo. Starbuck (Geo. T. Davis ancestor)
F. W. Meddaugh (Yankee, Sheriff in 1871 Built first jail on this site. Maggie Helper monument in cemetery plot.
William H. Garland (Tax Assessor 1877-79)
H. B. Noyes (Customs Collector)
J. H. Prescott (Haberdashery--predecessor of Partins. Wooden building where Palace Bar is)
Geo. Wolf (Should be Wolff!)
Theo. Waas (Should be Waas! Killer of Angel?)
Starke C. Taylor ?
J. J. Dickison (Appears to be the famous Florida guerilla whose group shot our reconstruction politician, Liberty Billings--not Dickerson as labeled! several times.)
W. H. Thompson (Legislator--senator?--from Nassau County.)
E. P. Noyes (son of A. B. Noyes?)
D. E. Maxwell
F. W. Simmons (ice plant & electricity)
J. F. Horsery (doctor or druggist)
Randolph Willis (Building contractor--lived in house on South 8th & Cedar--sw corner).
|Caption||Notes on Nassau Light Artillery members|
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Noyes, Alonzo B.
Noyes, E. P.
Scott, W. F.
Maxwell, D. E.
Gilchrist, Geo. S.
MacDonell, A. O.
Thompson, W. N.
Latham, F. C.
Wood, W. F., Jr.
Seckinger, J. B.
Ellermann, J. A.
Meddaugh, F. W.
Garland, William H.
Prescott, J. H.
Taylor, Starke C.
Dickison, J. J.
Simmons, F. W.
Horsery, J. F.
Ku Klux Klan
Nassau Light Artillery
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