Early’s father, John Earl Allen, was appointed the second postmaster of Crystal River in 1857. In 1862, Barnett was captured, confined at Camp Chase, Ohio, became quite ill and later was included in a prisoner exchange. [Information from Bill Cobb and Confederate Veteran, provided by Charles Blankenship.] COL. Under the Military Bounty Land Act of 1850, he received 9 and 11/100 additional acres described as Lot No. That land is close to Spring Lake, just off Florida County Road 41, southeast of Brooksville.Making his way to Florida and volunteering in the Florida "Cow Cavalry," he served in the Hernando region. Michael voted in the 1845 statehood election at the Bates precinct.
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On the walking tour they bring you through the library which had an actual secret bookcase door which you walk through to a passage into another room. Deering had a giant pipe organ constructed (which was recently restored, fully functions, and has occassional performances played on it.) and he even had his own private elevator.
EARLY AUGUSTUS ALLEN (1830-1872) moved to Marion County from Pike County, Ala., in the 1840s with his family. She died after giving birth to a daughter, Lucy Ann. Allen, private, Company C, 9th Florida Infantry, Confederate States Army, enlisted June 21, 1862. Most of the Garrison family moved to the Territory of Florida in 1833 and settled near the Spring Grove Settlement.
Others in the household were Lucy A., 17; Florida, 15; John, 13; William, 9; Charles, 7; Walter, 3; illegible, 1. He lived three years but the wound never healed - so I always say he may have been the last Cold Harbor casualty. His obituary reported that he was 72 years old, a native of South Carolina, and one of the oldest and most respected citizens of Brooksville. CRUM settled at Chuccochattie under the Armed Occupation Act of 1842. He received AOA Permit #445 to settle what was described as near Henry Harn’s plantation and the Harn’s Prairie in what is now Hernando County.
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