FLOR500 Garden 326 Joseph D. Stringfellow, Plantation Owner (1858–1928) Joseph Stringfellow was one of the largest planters in the state of Florida. He came to Alachua County in 1856 and settled west of Gainesville at Fort Clark and developed the Stringfellow Plantation.
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Joseph D. Stringfellow, Plantation Owner

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Joseph D. Stringfellow, Plantation Owner

(1858–1928)

Joseph Stringfellow was one of the largest planters in the state of Florida. He came to Alachua County in 1856 and settled west of Gainesville at Fort Clark and developed the Stringfellow Plantation.  





 




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