On North Pinewood Avenue north of East Brandon Boulevard (State Road 60), on the left when traveling north.
The earliest marked grave, dated 1857, was that of Susan Carson, mother of Martha Carson Brandon. Traveling by wagon train, John Brandon, his wife Martha (cousin of Kit Carson) and six sons left Mississippi and arrived at Fort Brooke (Tampa) in . . . — — Map (db m57356) HM
On Brandon Boulevard (State Road 60), on the right when traveling east.
In 1876 James H. Brandon, son of town
founder John Brandon and wife Martha,
built this large two-story frame home for
his wife Johanna and their seven
children. They loved entertaining guests
in their Folk Victorian southern mansion.
. . . — — Map (db m27201) HM
On North Moon Avenue at West Morgan Street, on the right when traveling north on North Moon Avenue.
"Freemasons" have helped build and lead America for over 200 years. The members of the Brandon Masonic Lodge, chartered Jan. 22, 1890, have done the same for their respective communities during the past 100 years. Originally named Hacienda Lodge No. . . . — — Map (db m100984) HM
On West Sadie Street at North Knights Avenue, on the right when traveling west on West Sadie Street.
During WWI, the original sandstone brick "Twin Towers" were built on land once belonging to the Brandon family. This school consolidated the area's one-room schoolhouses to better educate the young. The first principal, John T. Bushong, expanded . . . — — Map (db m100982) HM
On Lakewood Drive at Limona Road, on the right when traveling north on Lakewood Drive.
Lakewood Drive, part of old Seminole Indian trails, led to Fort Brooke and "Pease Creek". In 1876 Judge Joseph Gillette Knapp of Wis. settled and named Limona after citrus trees left by the Spanish. In 1877 the Elgin Watch Co. formed Limona Park . . . — — Map (db m57213) HM