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Casselberry, Florida Historical Markers

 
Concord Cemetery Marker with cemetery in background image, Touch for more information
By Tim Fillmon, January 31, 2016
Concord Cemetery Marker with cemetery in background
Florida (Seminole County), Casselberry — Concord Cemetery
Three trustees established the Concord Church and Burying Ground on this site in 1885: Eliza Hartley, Georgia Hartley, and Caroline Lewis. Before that time, it is said that soldiers and Seminoles were buried here during the Seminole Wars. The . . . — Map (db m92977) HM
Florida (Seminole County), Casselberry — Evergreen Cemetery
The history of the cemetery dates back to 1890 when Laura and William Brawner donated 16 acres of land for the establishment of a cemetery for black slaves. It was named Evergreen. During this time, blacks and whites were not allowed to be buried . . . — Map (db m101769) HM
Florida (Seminole County), Casselberry — Fort Concord
During the interbellum periods of the Seminole Wars, local militia in the Casselberry area built forts to protect settlers from Seminole attacks. Aaron Jernigan, the original settler of Orlando, helped tp construct a small blockhouse with local . . . — Map (db m105527) HM

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