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In memory of those who made the supreme sacrifice in all wars, POW and MIA World War I Cain, William R.   USA · Harris, George O.   USA Cederstrom, Oscar.   USA · Henderson, Horace J. USA Copeland, Ernest USA &mid…
Chartered January 23, 1886 Crestview, Walton County, Florida Crestview Chapter 40 Royal Arch Masons erected building on this site in 1919
Dedicated to Uncle Bill Lundy Florida's Last Confederate Veteran 1848 — 1957 And All Confederate Veterans of Florida
Chartered 1904, Augusta G. Conyers, WM Went inactive in 1942-43, Will Lewis, WM Reactivated October 1944, K.L. Popleon, WM Renamed J.R.L. Conyers Lodge #364, 1980 James R.L. Conyers, WM
"Home of the Panthers" Grades 1-12 An African-American Institution of Learning
Old Bethel Cemetery and first church established at this site in 1830's. Nearby Austinville community circa 1840's was on stagecoach route from Milton to Geneva, Alabama
Okaloosa County, created by the Florida State Legislature in 1915, was formed from parts of Santa Rosa and Walton Counties. The influence of W.H. Mapoles, Sr., then a legislative representative from Walton County, was an important factor in the cr…
Okaloosa is one of the newer counties of northwest Florida. It was created by the State Legislature in 1915 from land taken from Santa Rosa and Walton Counties. The influence of State Senator W.H. Mapoles of Crestview was an important factor in th…