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  • ENS Jack Hill Camp (1916 - 1942)
    Source; Findagrave, curated by G47. Thank you. Accessed January 22, 2021.Born in Port Arthur, Texas. Navy Ensign Jack Hill Camp was living in Texas when World War II was declared. Serving in the Naval ...
  • LT Edwin William Hurst (1910 - 1942)
    Update 9/22/2022(CLM): I wish to thank Johnston Hurst Shannon for permission to use the photo of LT.Hurst. Ensign E. W. Hurst, USN, was designated Naval Aviator #4150 in 1935. Graduated from U.S. N...
  • Virginia Darnella Mathews (1942 - 2020)
    Monday, January 6, 2020. She was born on January 3, 1942 in Pensacola, Florida to parents, George A. Roberts, Sr. and Jane Dardenella Clepper. She attended school in Pensacola, FL; Jacksonville, FL;...
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    Asa J White, (CSA) (1823 - 1864)
    More research is needed on this profile to determine if two wives and how the children are sorted to wives. Dates are not making sense. Isabelle Pressley White is only spouse listed on Find a Grave. SF...
  • Alexander McGillivray (1750 - 1793)
    Alexander McGillivray (December 15, 1750 – February 17, 1793) was a leader of the Creek (Muscogee) Indians during and after the American Revolution who worked to establish a Creek national identity and...

This project is for those from Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida.

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PNJ News 04/11/2021

"1821 Pensacola Sampler by Erin Renfroe. Here is a copied text from the first paragraph, The Sampler project was presented to the West Florida Genealogical Society by the 200th Anniversary Commission as a project that suited the skills and expertise of its members. The goal was to gather the identities of every person who might have been in Pensacola for the changing of the flags on July 17, 1821. At that time, the population of the Pensacola area numbered in the thousands, with a sizeable contingent of both American and Spanish military in town for the transfer of power." A few helped researched Pensacola surnames to help with the sampler 1821 project, Virginia Shelby, Past President of the West Florida Genealogy Society, and Erin Renfroe. Others may have helped with this current project. Credits given to the Pensacola News Journal and two names mentioned above.

Escambia 200th birthday