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1856

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  *The Census records for 1860, 1880 & 1885 for Taylor County have been transcribed and donated to the Taylor County Historical Society.  If you would like a copy contact the Historical Society

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WORLD WAR I Draft Registration
          William Brice Radcliff

 Courthouse

Taylor County, was named for President Zachary Taylor, and was partitioned from Madison County's sprawling area as the 34th
county of Florida, on December 23, 1856. The county's first
census, taken in 1860, stood at 1,384. Taylor is bordered by the
Gulf of Mexico, Jefferson, Madison, Lafayette and Dixie Counties.



Fran Smith, County Coordinator

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Taylor Places

Athena
Boyd
Bucell Junction
Cabbage Grove
Carbur
Clara
Dekle Beach
Eridu
Fenholloway
Fish Creek
Foley
Hampton Springs
Iddo
Keaton Beach
Nutall Rise
Perry (County Seat)
Salem
Scranton
Secotan
Shady Grove
Steinhatchee
Tennille

Our Neighbors

Jefferson      Madison    Lafayette     Dixie

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