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Oakland



Oak Landing

005 (2) 006 (2)


Ocala

005 (3) 006 (3) 005 (4) 006 (4) 005 (5) 006 (5) 005 (6) 006 (6) 005 (7) 006 (7) 005 (8) 006 (8) 005 (9) 006 (9) 005 (10) 006 (10) 005 (11) 006 (11) 005 (12) 006 (12) 005 (13) 006 (13) 005 (14) 007 (2) 005 (15) 006 (15) 005 (16) 006 (16) 005 (17) 006 (17) 005 (18) 006 (18) 005 (19) 006 (19) 005 (20) 006 (20) 005 (21) 006 (21) 008 (2) 009 (2) 008 (3) 009 (3) 008 (4) 009 (4)


Ocoee

001 (2) 002 (2)


Odessa

001 (3) 002 (3) 001 (4) 002 (4) 001 (5) 002 (5)


Okahumpka

001 (6) 002 (6) 001 (7) 002 (7) 001 (8) 002 (8) 001 (9) 002 (9) 001 (10) 002 (10)


Olustee

001 (11) 002 (11) 001 (12) 002 (12) 001 (13) 002 (13)


Oneco

001 (14) 002 (14)


Opa-Locka

001 (15) 002 (15)


Orange Park

001 (16) 002 (16) 001 (17) 002 (17) 001 (18) 002 (18) 001 (19) 002 (19) 001 (20) 002 (20)


Orlando

003 (2) 004 (2) 003 (3) 004 (3) 003 (4) 004 (4) 003 (5) 004 (5) 003 (6) 004 (6) 003 (7) 004 (7) 003 (8) 004 (8) 003 (9) 004 (9) 003 (10) 004 (10) 003 (11) 004 (11) 003 (12) 004 (12) 003 (13) 004 (13) 003 (14) 004 (14) 003 (15) 004 (15) 003 (16) 004 (16) 003 (17) 004 (17) 003 (18) 004 (18) 003 (19) 004 (19) 003 (20) 004 (20) 003 (21) 004 (21) 005 (2) 006 (2) 005 (3) 006 (3) 005 (4) 006 (4) 005 (5) 006 (5) 005 (6) 006 (6) 005 (7) 006 (7) 005 (8) 006 (8)

005 (2) 006 (2)


Osteen

005 (9) 006 (9) 005 (10) 006 (10) 005 (11) 006 (11) 005 (12) 006 (12) 005 (13) 006 (13) 005 (14) 006 (14) 005 (15) 006 (15) 005 (16) 006 (16)


Oxford

005 (17) 006 (17)


Pablo Beach

009 (2) 010 (2) 009 (3) 010 (3)

Pace

009 (4) 010 (4)

Palatka

Around 1889, Henry S. Wilson and A. E. Wilson, brothers from Saginaw, Michigan, visited the Tilghman Cypress Company mill in Palatka, Florida, while touring the Ocklawaha River. The Wilson brothers subsequently purchased the Tilghman Cypress Company in 1891 from Noah J. Tilghman and Sons. The Wilson Cypress Company began operations in the Palatka area in 1893. In 1898, the Wilson Cypress Company mill was built in Palatka. By the turn of the century, the company became the second largest cypress mill in the world. In 1926, the company’s employees numbered over 600 and the company had extensive land holdings in North Florida. The company ceased mill operations on December 5, 1944. The company was formally dissolved in 1983.

The founders of the Wilson Cypress Company included several men from Saginaw, Michigan: C. A. Rust, H.S. and A.E. Wilson, J.G. McPherson, and P. Corcoran, as well as John F. Rust of Cleveland, Ohio, and D.W. Rust of Detroit, Michigan. On October 19, 1891, Henry S. Wilson, Wm. G. Tilghman and John Q. Tilghman were elected the first directors of the Wilson Cypress Company. Henry S. Wilson was elected the President, Noah J. Tilghman the Vice President, and John Q. Tilghman the Secretary-Treasurer.

009 (5) 010 (5)

Palmetto

009 (6) 010 (6)

Palm Beach

009 (7) 010 (7) 009 (8) 010 (8) 009 (9) 010 (9) 009 (10) 010 (10) 009 (11) 010 (11) 009 (12) 010 (12) 009 (13) 010 (13) 009 (14) 010 (14) 009 (15) 010 (15) 009 (16) 010 (16) 009 (17) 010 (17) 009 (18) 010 (18) 009 (19) 010 (19)

Paramore


Paxton

009 (20) 010 (20) 009 (21) 010 (21)001 (2) 002 (2) 001 (3) 002 (3)

Pennichaw

001 (4) 002 (4)

Panama City

001 (5) 002 (5) 001 (6) 002 (6)

Pasco

001 (7) 002 (7)

Pensacola

001 (8) 002 (8) 001 (9) 002 (9) 001 (10) 002 (10) 001 (11) 002 (11) 001 (12) 002 (12) 001 (13) 002 (13) 001 (14) 002 (14) 001 (15) 002 (15) 001 (16) 002 (16) 001 (17)001

005 (10) 006 (10)

Perrine

001 (18) 002 (18)

Perry

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Peters

003 (12) 004 (12) 003 (13) 004 (13)

Picolata

003 (14) 004 (14) 003 (15) 004 (15)

Pierce

003 (16) 004 (16)

Pine Barren

003 (17) 004 (17)

Pinellas Park

005 (2) 006 (2) 005 (3) 006 (3) 005 (4) 006 (4) 005 (5) 006 (5) 005 (6) 006 (6)

Pinetta


Plant City

005 (7) 006 (7)

Pompano Beach

005 (8) 006 (8)

Port Mayaca

005 (9) 006 (9)

Port St. Joe

005 (10) 006 (10)

Princeton

005 (11) 006 (11) 005 (12) 006 (12) 005 (13) 006 (13) 005 (14) 006 (14) 005 (15) 006 (15) 005 (16) 006 (16) 005 (17) 006 (17)

Punta Gorda


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