Ocala, Florida, Newspaper Archives (1891 - 1922)

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MCQUAIG IN OCALA, FL 1899
Ocala Evening Star
Ocala, Florida
September 21, 1899 - Page 5
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sidney mcquaig and john mcquaig mentioned in October, Ocala 1905 newspaper. Moving families to Eureka. Both are employed by Wilson Cypress Company, Turpentine business, I think
Ocala Evening Star
Ocala, Florida
February 16, 1905 - Page 5
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Two Young Girls Elope
Mary Irene Mente and Evan D Slattery
Ocala Banner
Ocala, Florida
August 22, 1913 - Page 4
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smugglers
Ocala Evening Star
Ocala, Florida
February 10, 1922 - Page 2
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