Location: Baker County FL

Slave Narrative of Josephine Anderson

Interviewer: Jules A. Frost Person Interviewed: Josephine Anderson Location: Tampa, Florida “I kaint tell nothin bout slavery times cept what I heared folks talk about. I was too young to remember much but I recleck seein my granma milk de cows an do de washin. Granpa was old, an dey let him do light work, mosly fish an hunt. “I doan member nothin bout my daddy. He died when I was a baby. My stepfather was Stephen Anderson, an my mammy’s name was Dorcas. He come fum Vajinny, but my mammy was borned an raised in Wilmington. My name was Josephine Anderson fore I married Willie Jones. I had two half-brothers youngern me, John Henry an Ed, an a half-sister, Elsie. De boys had to mind de calves an sheeps, an Elsie nursed de missus’ baby. I done de cookin, mosly, an helped my mammy spin. “I was ony five year old when dey brung me to Sanderson, in Baker County, Florida. My stepfather went to work for a turpentine man, makin barrels, an he work at dat job till he drop dead in de camp. I reckon he musta had heart disease. “I doan recleck ever seein my mammy wear shoes. Even in de winter she go barefoot, an I reckon cold didn’t hurt her feet no moran her hands an face. We all wore dresses made o’...

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Baker County Florida Cemetery Records

Florida Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the Florida county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Baker County Cemetery Records Hosted at┬áBaker County Florida Historical Society Carl Brown.Magnolia Cemetery Index Cedar Creek Cemetery Dyess Cemetery Johns Cemetery Macedonia Cemetery Manntown Cemetery North Prong Cemetery Oak Grove Cemetery Olustee Cemetery Pleasant Grove Cemetery Powers Cemetery South Prong Cemetery Taylor Cemetery Turner Cemetery Woodlawn Cemetery Baker County Cemetery Records Hosted at Baker County Florida USGenWeb Archives Johns family members buried in North Prong Cemetery Johns family members buried in Veteran’s Cemetery Olustee Battlefield Memorial Cemetery...

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