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Reply Bob Chandler
2:42 PM on December 29, 2020 
Just purchased property in Leisure Lakes. My son already lives in Chipley ,his company runs the 911 system for Walton and Washington County...
Reply William Spence
3:31 PM on February 20, 2018 
I have ancestors buried in Piney Grove cemetery and Rock Hill cemeteries, Spence's and Sullivan's is their any of my relatives out there?
Reply Thomas E. Finch
7:38 PM on May 20, 2015 
I'm the youngest of Tallie Finch's family of thirteen children that is still alive. We lived on Falling Waters Road on 40 acres. We would get our drinking water from Falling Waters Spring by mule wagon (which is now Falling Waters State Park). Most of my family is buried at Gap Pond Church. I could tell you a lot about the history of Chipley.
Reply Gloria Ann Jenkins
12:18 PM on September 2, 2014 
In 2012 I attended the "Fall Into History" event with my grandchildren; we all had a great time.
I was wondering if a date has been scheduled for "Fall Into History 2014?
Thank you for the work youl do to keep the Washington County Historical Society moving forward.
Reply Pam Prather
8:56 PM on February 21, 2014 
I am interested in information on my great aunt and her family - Ida Alvoy Freeman Buchanan and her husband John. They had two daughters Loy Mirl and Leuthe Morrel. Records show the Buchanan family had a timber mill in the area and John was architect for the courthouse. Ida was born in 1877 - Family lived in Ruston, LA and worked at lumber mill before moving to Florida early 1900. Both Ida and John were also artists.
Reply Lynda Waller
5:48 PM on February 21, 2014 
Great website.
Reply Janice Marie Harcus French
11:12 PM on February 17, 2014 
Anyone with info and on Grafton and Evie Dickerson Harcus. My grandfather and granny. Would love to know more. Thanks!
11:31 AM on January 16, 2013 
Great site!
keep up the good work
Reply T.K.Sise
12:12 PM on September 28, 2012 
Thank you for your website. we are working on an Hispanic heritage Month Project. Is there more information on Ebro??
Reply patricia kreh
4:52 PM on May 27, 2012 
was there once a ferry that crossed the choctawhatchee and a general store at half moon bluff?
Thank You