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From the banks of the Oklawaha

Frank L. FitzSimons

From the banks of the Oklawaha

by Frank L. FitzSimons

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Published by Golden Glow Pub., Distributed by Alexander Books in Hendersonville, NC, Alexander, NC .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Henderson County (N.C.),
  • Hendersonville (N.C.)
    • Subjects:
    • Henderson County (N.C.) -- History -- Anecdotes.,
    • Hendersonville (N.C.) -- History -- Anecdotes.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementFrank L. Fitz Simons.
      GenreAnecdotes.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF262.H47 F57 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination3 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL394770M
      ISBN 101566641381, 156664139X, 1566641403
      LC Control Number98072963

      The Crusher Crawler rumbled on its giant tank tracks along the banks of the Oklawaha River, snapping stout cypress trees like twigs and grinding them into .   This report -- compiled by a fisherman who fishes from a man-powered canoe and has actually caught well over 2, largemouth bass on artificial lures from the Ocklawaha River basin alone -- will attempt to consolidate available information, from many sources, about the largemouth bass of the Ocklawaha River along with related St. Johns River or other Florida data.

      “The Bob’s Creek area is famous for the finest flavored pole beans that are raised,” writes Frank L. Fitzsimons in his book “From the Banks of the Oklawaha.” “Bob’s Creek and Green River pole beans are in demand all through the Southern states during the growing season.”. Ennis Sentelle; Frank L. FitzSimons, From the Banks of the Oklawaha (Golden Glow Publishing Company, ), p. 2 Edgefield County (South Carolina) Will Book A, pp. 3 Samuel Sentell, Military Pension Records, W 4 Alva Sentell, loc. cit. 5 Henderson County (North Carolina) Deed Book 1, p. (1 April ). This is a secondFile Size: 48KB.

        In the local history book On the Banks of the Oklawaha, Frank FitzSimons records that Philip Gillespie went off to the Civil War and was not heard from again. Since that writing we now know that Philip went to Tennessee to join the Union Army, where he was assigned to a North Carolina regiment in the Northern Army. He got diarrhea and died in According to an article in the book ON THE BANKS OF THE OKLAWAHA by Frank Fitzsimmons, John's family was peddlers, selling ribbons and trinkets throughout South Carolina. In John joined the Army (3rd Regiment, US Infantry) and fought in the War of He served the full term of (5 years) of the War.


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