Guide to Apalachicola, Florida ancestry, family history and genealogy, birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, and military records.
- [Chestnut Cemetery] at Find a Grave
- Roll of Honor, Vol. IX Solders buried at Apalachicola and Fort Jefferson (African American) Ancestry $
- Roll of Honor, Vol. IX Solders buried at Apalachicola and Lake City (African American) Ancestry $
- Apalachicola This map is linked to national topographic maps [sheet] which lists the name of the city and the date it was surveyed by the U.S. Department of Interior.
Archives, Libraries and Museums
- Census of Apalachicola, Franklin Co., Florida, 1884-1885
- Burial permit stubs issued by the city clerks of Apalachicola, Florida, 1856-1885 Includes cemetery records, 1875-1886, transcribed from several "old sets of records which were written by Marshal Lovett in several account books."
Patrick J. Lovett (marshal of Apalachicola, Florida) took this census, 1 January 1884-31 May 1885. The census was taken on blank pages in an account ledger; it does not appear to be part of the 1885 state census.