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    Archives, Libraries and Museums

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    Hillsborough County and Tampa Bay History

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    Hillsborough County Published Resources and Lookup Volunteers

    If you can offer your resources and talent to help another "rooter",  please consider volunteering!

    We need more volunteers!!!!!!

    Tampa Bay History Center. The librarian in our small research library will help with Family files, city directory lookups, cemetery records, etc. Mail:Tampa Bay History Center
    Bearss family in Tampa, Florida (Lake Magdalene area) Tawnya Kumarakulasingam
    I have Census records for 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910, and 1920 Hillsborough County. I began transcribing the local cemeteries and have finished Samford Cemetery in Riverview and am starting Hackney Cemetery. Shelia Taylor
    "Citrus, Sawmills, Critters & Crackers" written by Elizabeth Reigler MacManus and her daughter Susan. It is over 540 pages long and lists information for Lutz and history on many of it's early residents. It Doesn't have cemeteries of the area. Lisa Wallen Logsdon

    Mailing lists

    Hillsborough County has a discussion mail list. To subscribe in the mail mode, which means list members get a message each time one is sent to the list, send a message to flhillsb-l-request@rootsweb.com. Leave the subject line blank and in the message area write the ONLY the word subscribe. To subscribe in the digest mode, which means list members receive several messages at one time, send a message to flhillsb-d-request@rootsweb.com. Leave the subject line blank and in the message area write ONLY the word subscribe.

    There is a web page for mailing list members to post the families they are researching. To see members of Hillsborough County, Florida Mailing list and whom they are researching Click here

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    Ybor City

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    Last updated  March 1, 2012

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