Robert Raymond Reid and the United Daughters of the Confederacy
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1-3. The Tallahassee Democrat's. Sunday, June 20, 1965
Governor Reid...forgotten: puzzle of grave revivies history of man who opposed split state. By Hallie Boyles
Article discusses research by member of Martha Reid Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy leading to unmarked grave in an old cemetery on Blackwood Plantation in Leon County. Details of his tragic life are included. Reid presided over Florida's first constitutional convention and opposed splitting Florida into two parts.
4. Tallahassee Democrat. Sunday, June 20, 1965.
Governor Reid was presiding officer at Florida's Constitutional Convention. Gov. Reid helped keep state intact. By Hallie Boyles.
5. The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville, Sunday, May 23, 1965.
Reid UDC Chapter to mark namesake's 'mystery' grave.
by Nancy Campbell. Marker placed on grave that had been neglected for 124 years.
6-7. Miscellaneous clippings about activities of the UDC. All from The Florida Times-Union, Jacksonville. Dates: May 21, 1965, May 25, 1965, May 28, 1965, May 29, 1965.
|Caption||Newspaper clippings about Robert R. Reid|
|Number of images||7|
Reid, Mary Martha
Reid, Robert Raymond
Kerns, William O'Rear (Mrs.)
Jones, Gray W. (Mrs.)
Wainwright, Wade (Mrs.)
Reid, Robert Harvey
McMillan, Henry W. (Maj. Gen.)
Martha Reid Chapter
United Daughters of Confederacy
Florida Times Union (Jacksonville)
|Classification||Government & Politics|