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.
He remarried in 1854, to Mary Morrison (1836-1916) in Ocala. The last record found showed him absent sick in a hospital at Richmond. The 1870 Hernando County census shows him age 38, wife Mary age 32. Between 18 he served in Florida Militia Companies in Alachua County, as Captain and Major of his outfit.
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Hope’s Co." A 2010 newspaper article reported that he died of malaria-related causes. Barnett volunteered in Helm’s Brigade, Second Kentucky Cavalry. Burwell of Tallahassee; Miss Winifred Cobb of Tallahassee; Miss Grace Cobb of Tallahassee. When his deed was patented, his surveyed land was in S 21 T 23S, R 20 S, containing over 160 acres.