St. Johns County Florida
Population, 75. T. V. Morre, postmaster. First settled in 1867. Situated on the St. Johns river, 30 miles northwest of St.
Augustine, the county seat, 18 miles south of Jacksonville, the banking point. The nearest railroad station is Bayard, on
the line of Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway (St. Augustine Division). The DeBary-Baya Merchants' Line
steamers deliver mails here daily. this place has a public school, saw mill and one store. Oranges and vegetables are
the principal shipments. Land sells at $10, $50, and 200 per acre. This is a regular landing for steamers on the St.
Bardin S.R., gen. mdse.
Moore T.V., postmaster
Read Fanie Miss, teacher.
Scott W. B., saw mill.
S.R. Bardin, 5. J.C. Conyers, 10. C.D. Finley, 10.
J.W. Glenn, 20. T.V. Moore, 15. T.W. Moore, 50.
C.F. Read, 10. Rhea & Finley, 50.
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