is an unincorporated community in
County, west of US Hwy 19. Its unspoiled beauty beckons all
long for yesterday. Enjoy nature at its best!
A Little History:
In 1900 there were forty-nine
of which four were black. Among the population was Benjamin F. Early, a
merchant from Pennsylvania, a widower; the Bryant Moody family,
merchant and Bevious V. Burt, listed as a tie contractor; Edward
Wheeler, James Jones and Joseph Brown were three of the twenty farmers
living in Ozello along with four fishermen, rounding out the
which included, Dupree Wheeler and Joseph Wadington.