Florida, New York
Consistory of The Reformed Dutch Church Florida New York Nov. 14, 1814.
The Town of Florida is located in Montgomery County, New York. It includes the
hamlets of Minaville, Scotch Bush, and Fort Hunter. The Town is 50.4 square
miles in size and has a population of over 2,700 and is located on the southern
border of Montgomery County in the Mohawk Valley. The Town is bounded on the
west by the Schoharie Creek and on the north by the Erie Canal (Mohawk River)
and the City of Amsterdam, the only city in Montgomery County. Schenectady
County serves as the eastern and southern border.
William Henry Seward, Sr. (May 16, 1801 – October 10, 1872), born in Florida, was the 12th Governor of New York, United States Senator, and the United States Secretary of State under Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson.
- Mr. and Mrs. Youngerman attend the inagural “The Value of Money” exhibit
- Florida Currency Museum Open Showcasing The William Youngerman Collection
- Collecting Florida National Bank Notes
- State of Florida Civil War Currency
- Browse Videos of Florida’s Historical Towns and Banks
Notes & Currency
- 18__ Fernandina $3 Obsolete Note
- 1882 $50 Jacksonville Note Charter #3869
- 1902 $10 Punta Gorda Note Charter #10512
- 1882 $5 Palatka Note Charter #3223
- 1902 $5 Key West Note Charter #7942