“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Greenville, Florida

Clickable Map of Madison County, Florida and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Madison County, FL (29) Hamilton County, FL (11) Jefferson County, FL (22) Lafayette County, FL (2) Suwannee County, FL (12) Taylor County, FL (7) Brooks County, GA (16) Lowndes County, GA (27)  MadisonCounty(29) Madison County (29)  HamiltonCounty(11) Hamilton County (11)  JeffersonCounty(22) Jefferson County (22)  LafayetteCounty(2) Lafayette County (2)  SuwanneeCounty(12) Suwannee County (12)  TaylorCounty(7) Taylor County (7)  BrooksCountyGeorgia(16) Brooks County (16)  LowndesCounty(27) Lowndes County (27)
Madison is the county seat for Madison County
Greenville is in Madison County
      Madison County (29)  
      Hamilton County (11)  
      Jefferson County (22)  
      Lafayette County (2)  
      Suwannee County (12)  
      Taylor County (7)  
      Brooks County, Georgia (16)  
      Lowndes County, Georgia (27)  
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1Florida (Madison County), Greenville — Concord Missionary Baptist ChurchSite of the Founding of the Florida Baptist Convention
(side 1) For the glory of God, the church was constituted June 20, 1841. The charter members were: Richard J. and Eliza Mays; Joshua W.P. and Mary McCall; William T., Elizabeth and Harriet Johnson; black servants, Elbert, Phillis, . . . Map (db m67604) HM
2Florida (Madison County), Greenville — F-203 — John Hicks and Hickstown
Side 1 The Miccosukee Indian chief, John Hicks (English name for Tuckose Emathla) was a prominent Indian leader in the period between the First and Second Seminole Wars (1818-1835). It is believed that after General Andrew Jackson destroyed the . . . Map (db m210908) HM
3Florida (Madison County), Greenville — F-651 — Ray Charles Childhood Home
This home is a reconstruction of the home where musician Ray Charles (1930-2004) lived with his mother, Aretha Williams, and adopted grandmother, Margaret "Muh" Robinson, shortly after his birth in 1930, until about the age of five. "RC", as Ray was . . . Map (db m52361) HM
4Florida (Madison County), Greenville — F-183 — The Town of Greenville(Frontier Sandy Ford)
Begun as Sandy Ford, 1850, Samuel Williams was the first postmaster in 1854. Called Station 5 on the Pensacola-Georgia R.R., the name Greenville, for Greenville, S.C., came in the 1860's. Elijah Hays helped its expansion after 1876. Incorporated in . . . Map (db m172571) HM
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Dec. 2, 2022