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Group Title: Research report
Title: Florida superintendents of schools
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00082807/00002
 Material Information
Title: Florida superintendents of schools
Series Title: Research report
Physical Description: v. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Education
Publisher: Dept. of Education
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: 1974
 Subjects
Subject: School superintendents and principals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Issuing Body: Issued by Division of Elementary and Secondary Education, Bureau of Research - 1974; by Division of Public Schools, Management Information Services, 1977 - as its Statistical report.
General Note: Description based on research report 99, 1972; title from cover.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00082807
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 12626908

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FLORIDA SUPERINTENDENTS OF SCHOOLS


Research Report 112 provides a complete list of superintendents of schools

who have served in the districts of Florida since the State system of public

schools was established in 1869. Records of commissions issued in the office

of the Secretary of State form the primary source of information. Errors may

exist in the spelling of names or in initials, however, this is due to the

fact that entries in the Commission Book were made in longhand and there seem

to have been instances in earlier periods when legibility was sacrificed in

the interest of embellishment. Consistent with this, the spelling of names was

not always identical.

Florida's long history of county unit organization for the administration

of schools is unusual. Since the inception of the State system of public

schools in 1869, the county has been the administrative unit. Even before

this time, the county rather than the township of independent school districts

served as the administrative unit although, admittedly, little had been

accomplished in the way of an operating public school system.

A considerable amount of background information for the period leading

up to the Constitution of 1885 was obtained from an unpublished master's thesis,

"The Florida Constitution of 1885", July 22, 1939, written by E. R. Collins,

former Consultant in School Administration in the Florida Department of Education.

Additional information was obtained from the minutes of the Board of Trustees

of the Internal Improvement Fund of the State of Florida (1855-1868), the

Senate Journal, and the House Journal.








The essential elements of the present system of public schools were estab-

lished by the Constitution of 1868. Under this constitution, the State Super-

intendent of Public Instruction was established as a separate State officer,

appointed by the Governor, and an ex-officio State Board of Education was

established.

Superintendents of public instruction in each county were appointed by

the Governor. This prevailed until the Constitution was revised in 1885. The

appointment of county superintendents by the Governor opened the office of

county superintendent to abuses as a result of patronage during the Reconstruc-

tion Period. This may account, in part, for much of the difficulty that the

public school system in Florida had in obtaining the support of the general

public. The people, often with good cause, had little confidence in the State

and local administrative'officials appointed by the carpetbag regime.

Speaking of county superintendents in general, Secretary of State

Samuel B. McLin, who served as Acting State Superintendent from August, 1874

to March, 1875, had this to say in his report for the school year 1873-74:

There is another method of increasing the efficiency of our
common schools, which we fear has not had the consideration it
deserves in this state, and that is the appointment of properly
qualified men as county superintendents. For a long time, the
value of this office was not understood, and in the school systems
of some of the states, does not appear; but the propriety of pro-
viding county superintendents is no longer considered a debatable
question by the most experienced educators. This office is the
necessary agent between the State Superintendent and the county
schools, and in his hands are largely the details of the whole
organization. He is the medium through which all the operations
of the entire system are carried on. Such being his position, it
is important that a wise discretion should be displayed in his
selection. In other positions, custom, precedent, or routine will
often enable ordinary men to do their work with fair success; but
in school matters almost everything depends on the personal quali-
ties and fitness of those who manage them. One indispensable
qualification in a county superintendent is intellignece and culture.
It is sheer folly to suppose that an ignorant man can successfully
manage school interests. His obvious duties are to visit, to note
methods of instruction, be the judge of textbooks and discipline,
give direction in the science and art of teaching, be adviser and
assistant to the teacher, as well as examiner of them; and to do
this requires intelligence of a high order, and a practical know-


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ledge of schools. How can a man conduct the examination of
teachers unless he has the necessary literary qualifications;
and how can he counsel and aid the teachers except he be familiar
with the work? . .

Public spirit is also a necessary qualification. Though not
a charitable institution, the school system has the public good
immediately in view, and a county superintendent lacking public
spirit can hardly be in sympathy with it, or properly promote its
interests. A county superintendent should also be a man of moral
uprightness. The character of all school officers should be models,
which the pupils might safely imitate; otherwise, the schools will
become a moral contagion. Every parent or guardian has a right
to demand that the school influences to which his child is subjected,
shall be ennobling. The school system that takes upon itself the
training of the young upon any other assumption than that it will
lead them to paths of integrity and virtue, is a fraud and an evil.
To sum up; a county superintendent should be a man well qualified
as to knowledge of books, especially such topics as are generally
taught in our common schools; he should be well acquainted with
practical school-room work, especially with primary teaching, as
his efforts can be best expended in schools of the elementary
branches; he should be a man of energy, and also a man of unexcep-
tional habits and character, that he can command the esteem of the
scholars, teachers, and public generally; he should be capable of
withstanding the influences sometimes brought to bear upon such
officers to induce them to give certificates to candidates unworthy
or unqualified to become teachers; he should be enterprising and
public spirited, and, in short, known as a live, qualified, faith-
ful honest man before entrusted with the responsibility of this
position. When we contrast this picture of what a county superin-
tnedent ought to be with the actual state of affairs in regard to
those officers here, it will be found a matter of wonder that the
system had so much vitality and vigor as to enable it to survive
so long. While a few of our county superintendents are in every
way worthy, qualified, and efficient officers, a large majority
of them are notoriously unfit for the position, and utterly incap-
able of performing their duties. The literary qualifications of
some of them, if we may be permitted to judge from the letters and
annual-reports to this office, are of a very primitive type, and
some of them are so indolent, incompetent, or uninterested, as to
omit the making of an annual report at all. The truth is, that
this and all other offices in any way connected with the educational
interests of the State, must be entirely and forever divorced from
party politics. Too frequently has the county superintendency
fallen into the hands of men who have prostituted it to their
political advancement, or made use of it for the pecuniary gain
it brought. This should not be.1

Additional insight into the situation that existed during this period is

provided by Cochran, who wrote:



1Samuel B. McLin, Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1874.








The state and county superintendents of schools were appointed
by the executive head of the state. Consequently, there was a
temtation to play politics at the expense of the schools, and too
often this temptation proved irresistable. Men were chosen, not on
the basis of fitness of service, but with relation to party affilia-
tion, thereby working disastrous results in respect to the educa-
tional welfare of the youth of the State. This was especially true
from June 8, 1868, until January 1, 1877, during which time the
government of the State was in the hands of a political party that
was neither elected by, nor in favor with, the majority of the
intelligent voters and property-owning people of the State. Hence,
there were a great many who did not cooperate in the educational
movements as they would have done had they been in sympathy with
the party in power. But with the beginning of the administration
of Governor George F. Drew, a "conservative," as a member of the
opposing party was then called, there was an increased interest,
and, therefore, increased progress in the public school system. 2

George F. Drew, the first "conservative" governor after the Civil War,

removed or accepted the resignations of over half of the county superintendents

who were serving when he became Governor in 1877.

This analysis of the quality of county superintendents in general by

McLin gains weight when considered in the light of conditions existing at the

time it was written. He was one of the "hateful imports" then in control of

State government and was referring to appointees of his own party. He

succeeded Jonathan C. Gibbs, Florida's only black State Superintendent. Gibbs,

from Pennsylvania, was a former Secretary of State in the same administration

and may be presumed to have had considerable influence in the appointment of

county superintendents -- at least a number of "conservatives" (Democrats)

were removed when he was appointed State Superintendent.

There was little continuity in office either at the State or county level.

During the six-year period, 1870 to 1876, there were five State Superintendents

of Public Instruction. During 1871 to 1874, only five counties did not have a

turnover in the office of county superintendent.






2Thomas Everette Cochran, History of Public-School Education in Florida.
(Lancaster, Pa.: The New Era Printing Company, Inc., 1921), pp. 7-8.
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The steps leading up to the establishment of the State system of public

schools in 1869 and to the development of the superintendency were documented

by Dr. T. E. Cochran in his History of Public-School Education in Florida

(Bulletin, 1921, No. 1, State Department of Education, Tallahassee, Florida).

The paragraphs which follow, illustrating this development, are largely condensed

from Dr. Cochran's work.

In 1822 every sixteenth land section was reserved to aid in the support of

primary schools through the creation of a permanent school fund. In 1827

Congress passed an act giving the Governor and Territorial Legislature control

over the school lands, and in 1828 another act authorized the appointment of

three trustees of the school lands in each county. During the four years that

this law was in effect, only $101.50 was realized in income from the rental of

the school lands.

In 1832 the people in each township were empowered to elect three com-

missioners to take charge of the public school lands. Two years later, in

1834, county judges were authorized to appoint two commissioners of school

lands, but little attention was given to the law. In 1835 the Register of

the Land Office was authorized to supervise the school lands, but in 1836 and

1837 control was transferred to the Territortial Treasurer. In that the duties

of State Superintendent of schools were not specified and were ancillary to

those of the Register and the Treasurer, very little effort was expended for

education from the capital.

In 1839 an act was passed providing for the election of three trustees

in each township who were to lease school lands and apply the proceeds to the

support and establishment of common schools. The tax assessor was directed to

prepare a census of the orphans in each county, and the county judge was to

supervise the expenditure of the school funds.









In 1843, the county sheriff was directed to assume control of the school

lands and to look after the education of the poor children. This arrangement

lasted only one year, and again the electors were empowered to elect three

trustees and a treasurer to do the same thing.

In 1845, an act was passed designating the county judge as the superinten-

dent of common schools. The trustees were required to report to the judge who

consolidated their reports into a county school report. Thus, the county judge

assumed some of the responsibilities and duties of the present-day district

superintendent. The Secretary of the Territory served in much the same capacity

as a State Superintendent.

Control of the school lands passed into the hands of the State Register

of Public Lands in 1847 after Florida became a State, and in 1848, the State

was authorized, for the first time, to sell the school lands and establish a

permanent State common-school fund. Prior to this time the school lands could

be leased only; they could not be sold.

A law providing for a State system of public education open to all white

children between the ages of 5 and 18 was passed in 1849. The Register of the

Land Office was designated to act as State Superintendent of Schools, the

county probate judges as county superintendents, and local boards of trustees

were to be elected by the taxpayers of the various districts. Under the law,

the duties of the State Superintendent (Register of Public Lands) and the

county superintendents (probate judges) were set forth. The primary respon-

sibilities of the state superintendent included: (1) an annual report to the

governor; (2) annually apportioning monies to be distributed to the counties;

(3) printing and distributing to the districts all pertinent forms and materials;

and (4) deciding appeals and controversies stemming from the operation of the

Act. Similarly, the responsibilities of the county superintendent included:

(1) the determination of district lines within the county; (2) the apportion-


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ment of monies received from the State to the various school districts;

(3) the examination and certification of teachers; (4) the annual visitation

of schools; and (5) the completion of all reports to the state superintendent

that might be required.

The actual employment of teachers and their payment was left in the hands

of the school district turstees, who were also authorized to purchase school

sites, to set tuition fees, and to have custody of school property.

In 1851 counties for the first time were authorized to levy a tax on

real and personal property "not to exceed four dollars for each child of school

age." This year also saw the beginning of an equalization program of State

support. In all counties where the interest on the school fund did not provide

at least two dollars per child, the State made up the deficiency. To be

eligible, a child had to have attended school at least three months the previous

year.

In 1853 another school law was passed designating the county commissioners

in each county as a county board of education. The judge of probate remained

as county superintendent and was to serve as president of the county board of

education. His duties and responsibilities were changed to include the following;

1. to examine and employ teachers,
2. to pay teachers,
3. to discharge teachers found to be incompetent,
immoral, or otherwise unfit to teach,
4. to make reports to the State Superintendent.

Although the county commissioners (county school board) were authorized

to supplement school funds from the general county treasury, evidently this

was done only in Monroe and Franklin counties. Actually, very few schools were

organized and operated. During the early fifties, it seems that much of the

public money went to favored private schools rather than to the establishment

of public schools.








On the following pages the name of each district superintendent is given

with the date of his commission. Remarks contained in the Commission Book are

reproduced. Where the word "deceased" appears in the remarks section, it

indicates that the superintendent died before the end of his term of office.

Records for the very earliest superintendents are incomplete as to date of

commission. Only the date of first appointment is indicated.

There were no county superintendents as such between 1845 when Florida

became a state and 1869 when the State school system was established. During

this period the County Judge of Probate served some of the same functions as

the county superintendent later assumed. The efforts of these ex-officio

superintendents in the field of education varied widely. Their turnover was

frequent in many counties, which may explain some of the lack of progress.

The names of Judges of Probate are given where available

Prior to 1868 there was no separate state official with primary respon-

sibility for public schools. Those Registers of Public Lands who fulfilled

some of the duties of the superintendent during the period from 1849 to 1868

were John Beard, David S. Walker, and Hugh A. Corley. In addition an act passed

in 1866 provided for the establishment of Black schools, and the Reverend E. B.

Duncan was appointed by the Governor as the (state) Superintendent of Common

Schools for Freedmen. Below is given a list of State Superintendents of Public

Instruction, with the date of their first commission. In the 1968 Florida

Constitution, the title of State Superintendent of Public Instruction was

changed to "Commissioner of Education."

Superintendents of Public Instruction

C. Thurston Chase August 13, 1868
Henry Quarles September 23, 1870
Rev. Charles Beecher March 18, 1871
Jonathan C. Gibbs January 23, 1873
Samuel B. MeLin, Secretary of State
and Acting Superintendent August 17, 1874
Rev. William Watkins Hicks March 1, 1875


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Superintendents (cont.)

William P. Haisley January 6, 1877
Eleaxer K. Foster January 31, 1881
Albert J. Russell February 21, 1884
William N. Sheats January 3, 1893
William M. Holloway January 3, 1905
William N. Sheats January 8, 1913
W. S. Cawthon July 24, 1922
Colin English January 5, 1937
Thomas D. Bailey January 4, 1949
Floyd T. Christian October 1, 1965

Commissioners of Education

Floyd T. Christian January 7, 1969
Ralph D. Turlington April 25, 1974

From 1885 until 1957, all district school superintendents were elected.

The only exceptions to this were those isolated cases in which an individual was

appointed by the Governor or designated by the local school board to complete

the unexpired term of his elected predecessor. In the last seventeen years

(1957-74), seventeen districts have elected to make the administrative office

of County Superintendent of Schools an appointive position. The following list

provides the names of the counties in which this office is appointive, the names

of the first appointed superintendents, and the dates upon which each assumed

the office in that capacity.

Alachua Duval
Dr. James W. Longstreth 3/1/72 Dr. Cecil Hardesty 1/7/69

Brevard Hillsborough
Woodrow J. Darden 3/27/63 Dr. Raymond 0. Shelton- 7/1/67

Broward Indian River
Ralph N. Staten 5/6/69 J. A. Thompson 7/1/67

Charlotte Lake
A. Hugh Adams 1/5/65 Jack Morgan 1/7/69

Collier Manatee
W. D. Reynolds 1/5/65 Dr. Jack L. Davidson 8/12/69

Dade Okeechobee
Joe Hall 6/5/57 Kenneth M. Matthews 7/1/69









Orange
Walton 0. Walker 1/5/65

Palm Beach
Dr. Joseph Carroll 1/2/73

Pinellas
Floyd T. Christian 6/5/57


Sarasota
Carl Strode 6/5/57

Volusia
Raymond G. Dunne 1/2/74


Of the seventeen county districts which have adopted an appointed

superintendent, only Lake County has decided, by referendum, to return to

an elected official. The results of the November 7, 1972 referendum will

become effective January 3, 1975.

The establishment of an appointed county superintendent of schools is

usually the direct result of a referendum. Sarasota, Pinellas, and Duval

counties were exceptions to this rule, in that the offices there became

appointive through special legislative enactments. Those counties which

considered or adopted a change in the method of selecting a superintendent

are given below.


Legislative Acts

Appointive through Special Act, 1957.

Appointive through Special Act, 1957.

Appointive through Special Act, 1965.


County

Dade
Duval
Charlotte
Brevard
Broward
Hillsborough
Monroe
Orange


Chapter 57-501, Laws of Florida

Chapter 57-1112, Laws of Florida

Chapter 65-1492, Laws of Florida


Referendum Elections

Date Held In Favor

5/21/57 47,418
5/27/58 6,303
12/28/62 1,917
3/26/63 4,113
3/26/63 13,429
3/26/63 9,424
3/26/63 2,316
3/26/63 11,373


Opposed

36,115
27,267
1,308
3,979
19,651
15,625
4,883
7,760


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Sarasota

Pinellas

Duval






County Date Held In Favor Opposed

Alachua 11/5/63 3,910 6,043
Collier 11/5/63 1,569 1,469
Hendry 11/5/63 173 627
Indian River 11/5/63 1,730 1,474
Lee 11/5/63 2,973 4,136
Leon 11/5/63 3,336 4,255
St. Lucie 11/5/63 1,838 2,567
Palm Beach 11/5/65 13,282 16,893
Hendry 11/8/66 441 481
Hillsborough 11/8/66 37,898 18,996
Lake 11/8/66 4,439 3,404
Okeechobee 11/8/66 378 331
Broward 11/7/67 39,208 25,062
Manatee 11/7/67 6,905 5,285
Leon 11/5/68 7,691 13,044
Alachua 11/3/70 10,486 7,600
De Soto 11/3/70 474 1,490
Escambia 11/3/70 10,974 23,711
Leon 11/3/70 9,542 11,171
Levy 11/3/70 485 1,293
Nassau 11/3/70 1,083 2,176
Okaloosa 11/3/70 2,840 6,735
Polk 11/3/70 14,899 20,636
Putnam 11/3/70 1,791 3,831
Flagler 11/2/71 404 464
Osceola 11/2/71 1,814 2,801
Palm Beach 11/2/71 49,432 26,627
Volusia 11/2/71 21,910 13,234
Bay 3/14/72 2,745 13,655
Polk 3/14/72 21,012 24,087
Lake 11/7/72 11,728 7,838


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ALACHUA

County formed December 29, 1824. Board of Public Instruction
August 2, 1869; William Edwards, Chairman.


Date
Appointed

7-26-1845
1-27-1846
1- 2-1847
8-16-1847
2-20-1848
11- 5-1851
4-30-1855
11- 6-1855
2-14-1857
12-15-1857
11- 8-1861
4- 2-1863
11-10-1863


appointed May 18, 1869. School Board organized


Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Judge of Probate

Lewis Aldrich
Charles Dell
Benjamin B. Thompson
H. C. Wilson
Charles F. Fitchett
A. M. Caston
Henry Bradford
George W. Boston
Andrew Robb
E. H. Jordan
Andrew Robb
E. H. Jordan
J. C. Gardner


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3-25-1874
1-18-1877
2-18-1881
1- 3-1893
1- 3-1905
1- 2-1917
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941
7-29-1952
1- 8-1957
1- 5-1965
3- 1-1972


Name of
Superintendent

Rev. S. F. Halliday

W. K. Cessna

L. G. Dennis
Oscar A. Myers
W. N. Sheats
W. M. Holloway
Dr. J. L. Kelley
E. R. Simmons
Horace F. Zetrouer
Howard W. Bishop
Paul E. Peters
Ernest D. Manning, Jr.
William S. Talbot
Dr. James W. Longstreth


Remarks

No record of commission. Believed
to have served 1869-72.
No record of commission. Believed
to have served 1872-73.







Resigned 7-8-1952


Resigned 2-29-1972
Appointed by School Board


County formed February
T. J. Green, Chairman.


BAKER

8, 1861. Temporary organization of Board of Public Instruction August 23, 1869;


Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

4-16-1861
3-13-1863
6- 3-1863
11-30-1863
8-22-1866


Judge of Probate

John Harvey
Hansford R. Alford
Samuel N. Williams
Elias Wester
J. D. Chalker


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


4-18-1874
8- 3-1875
3- 9-1876


Name of
Superintendent

J. W. Howell


J. W. Howell
J. G. Long
A. A. Allen


Remarks

No record of commission. Believed
to have been first county superin-
tendent and to have served 1869-73.
Resigned
Resigned 2-9-1876





BAKER
(Continued)


Date
Commission or
Appointment

4-18-1877
12-23-1877
3-28-1879
1- 7-1880
2- 7-1882
4-30-1884
7-19-1886
1-12-1889
1- 3-1893
12-12-1898
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
7- 7-1920
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
1- 6-1953
1- 8-1957
1- 5-1965
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

W. 0. Hampton
A. J. W. Cobb
W. R. Crawford
A. J. W. Cobb
James G. Chalker
William Lesesne
George Abbott
G. R. Blair
William Lesesne
Charles Dinkins
Irvin Morgan
W. R. Simmons
Walter A. Dopson
J. D. Dugger
W. R. Simmons
J. Lewis Hodges
W. Harold Milton
J. E. Kelly
J. D. Burnsed
Edgar Crawford
L. L. Dugger
Alan Harvey
M. J. Gazdick


Remarks

Resigned 12-14-1877
Removed 3-7-1879
Resigned 10-38-1879











Resigned 7-7-1920


Formerly part of Washington County, Bay was formed April 24, 1913. County Board of Public Instruction
commissioned July 9, 1913. First board composed of Allen H. Miller, Robert D. Murray, and William B.
Merritt.
Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7- 9-1913
1- 2-1917
9-18-1918
1- 4-1921
12-27-1933
11-13-1934
1- 7-1941
4-30-1942
10-18-1948
9-21-1960
8- 3-1965

9-13-1966

7- 1-1972

1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

E. L. Brigman
A. M. Douglass
F. M. Nelson
C. C. Mathis
Laudious L. Thompson
A. L. Hardy
M. M. Mashburn
Merritt Brown
Thomas E. Smith
James Earl Cochran
Dr. Thomas R. Milam

Thomas C. Todd

Luther McDonald, Jr.

Curtis Jackson


Remarks


Resigned 9-15-1918

Deceased


Suspended 4-4-1942
Resigned 8-1-1948
Resigned 8-3-1960
Resigned 8-1-1965
Appointed by Governor; resigned
8-23-1966
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11-6-1966
Resigned 6-30-1972
Appointed interim superintendent
by Governor


BRADFORD

County formed December 21, 1858. First named New River County. The name was changed to Bradford December 6,
1861. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 28, 1869. School Board organized November 26, 1869.
F.N.B. Oliver, Chairman.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

4-26-1859
8-13-1862
1-27-1863


Judge of Probate

W. J. D. Prevatt
Isaac Coon
Alexander M. Andrew





BRADFOQ )
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


6-14-1874
6-26-1876
2-16-1877
2- 6-1878
6-10-1878
1-26-1881
2-27-1885
3- 9-1887
12-28-1888
1- 3-1893
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
9-25-1903
1- 5-1909
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
6-11-1940
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 5-1965
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

J. R. Richard

A. Lawrence


J. M. Johns
W. W. Wills
G. B. Williams
J. 0. Wills
C. E. Harrison
L. B. Rhodes
Joseph L. Hill
R. T. Dowling
Joseph L. Hill
Thomas J. Dekle
F. G. Schell
T. D. Center
George F. Scott
J. C. Poppell
F. G. Schell
Edward R. Poppell
H. B. Wiggins
A. J. Griffis
W. E. Middleton
Arthur R. McRae
Harmon P. Morgan
Thomas L. Casey, Jr.
James Temple


Remarks

No record of commission. Believed
to have served 1867-72.
No record of commission. Believed
to have served 1873.

Resigned 1-23-1877
Resigned 1-30-1878
Resigned 5-11-1878







Resigned 9-10-1903





Deceased


BREVARD

County formed March 14, 1844. First named St. Lucie County.
1855. County Board was not organized until after 1872.


Date
Appointe

7-26-18'
8-22-18;
10-29-18;
12-12-18;
3-27-18;
4- 3-181
1- 1-184


The name was changed to Brevard on January 6,


Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


d Judge of Probate

45 John S. Hermans
51 D. H. Gattis
52 William F. Russell
53 John S. Hermans
57 Oliver H. Perry
63 John G. Benton
56 John J. Barber


Superintendent of Schools


Date
Commission or
Appointment

7-21-1874
2- 9-1877
10-29-1878
9- 1-1879
5- 9-1881
8-28-1882
6-19-1883


7- 9-1883
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
1- 6-1925
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
7-14-1952


Name of
Superintendent

William Sharpe
Alexander Tindall
John M. Lee
W. S. Norwood
A. Brady
John H. Sams
A. Brady


John H. Sams
R. E. Mims
John R. Walker
Edwin E. Macy
S. J. Overstreet
Alice Shelbourne
A. W. Donaldson
Damon A. Hutzler
Woodrow J. Darden


Remarks


Removed 8-9-1878
Removed 2-12-1879
Resigned
Resigned 7-31-1882

Resigned 7-21-1884. (Could be an
error on date in view of date of
next commission issued.)







Resigned 7-1-1952





BREVARD
(Continued)


Date
Commission or
Appointment

3-27-1963

2-25-1967

7-28-1967
2-17-1969

8- 2-1969
6-30-1973


Name of
Superintendent

Woodrow J. Darden

Joseph T. McCook

Dr. B. Frank Brown
Charles R. Green, Sr.

Dr. Wayne H. White
Dr. Luther Rogers


Remarks

Appointed by County Board under
Constitutional Amendment; Resigned
Appointed Acting Superintendent
by County Board
Appointed by County Board
Appointed Acting Superintendent
by County Board
Appointed by County Board
Appointed by County Board


BROWARD

County formed April 30, 1915. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned October 8, 1915. First
Board composed of James D. Butler, C. D. Kittredge, and F. L. Neville.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

10- 8-1915
10-10-1919
7-30-1920
1- 8-1929
9- 5-1931
8- 1-1952
1- 8-1957
1- 3-1961
7- 1-1968

5- 6-1969

1-30-1970

5- 1-1970

7- 1-1972


Name of
Superintendent

J. M. Jolding
C. E. Farrington
James S. Richards
John M. Gereen
Ulric J. Bennett
0. K. Phillips
Raymond R. Maxwell
Dr. Myron L. Ashmore
William T. McFatter

Ralph N. Staten

William C. Drainer

Benjamin Willis

William C. Drainer


Remarks

Resigned 9-24-1919
Resigned 7-17-1920

Resigned 9-1-1931
Resigned 7-30-1952


Resigned 6-30-1968
Appointed Acting Superintendent
by County Board
Appointed by County Board
Resigned 1-30-1970
Appointed Interim Superintendent
by County Board
Appointed by County Board
Contract expired 6-30-1972
Appointed by County Board


County formed January 26, 1838.
John Richards, Chairman.


CALHOUN

Temporary organization of Board of Public Instruction September 8, 1869;


Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

12-12-1845
3-14-1846
1- 2-1847
4- 6-1847
1-14-1848
5-23-1849
1-26-1852
10-23-1853
11-30-1855
1- 8-1857
1- 4-1858
3- 7-1862
11- 2-1863
4-27-1864
12-21-1865


Judge of Probate

Raphael I. Moses
Thomas Tyus
Lovick Sexton
Thomas Tyus
Taylor Caraway
William B. Wynn
R. B. Evans
Elias Branch
Isaac Jackson
Luke Lott
Terrell H. Yon
Robert S. Jones
Terrell H. Yon
Henry Durham
T. L. Hansford





CALHOUN
(Continued)



Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment



6-17-1873
11-24-1875
3-16-1877
8-11-1879
10-21-1883
10-10-1885
5- 7-1886
3-20-1888
1-18-1889
3-28-1889
12-31-1890
1- 5-1897
1- 3-1905
1- 6-1909
1- 7-1913
1- 4-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 5-1937
1- 4-1949
8- 1-1952
1- 8-1957
1- 3-1961
1- 7-1969


Name of
Superintendent

H. J. Yearty

Alexander Hawkins
Lawrence Baker
Jesse C. Woods
A. J. Wood, Jr.
W. G. Coxwell
W. E. Meredith
A. J. Wood, Jr.
J. H. McClellan
J. W. Atkins
W. A. Hanley
J. H. McClellan
P. F. Fisher
G. F. Tucker
P. F. Fisher
J. Flake Durham
P. F. Fisher
J. K. Musgrove
George Atkins
Troy Penton
Lewis Bailey
George Atkins
Lewis Bailey
Howard Johnson


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1871-72.
Deceased
Removed 2-12-1877

Resigned 10-18-1883

Resigned 4-12-1886


Resigned February 1889










Resigned 7-31-1952
Appointed by Governor; Elected for full term


CHARLOTTE

County formed April23, 1921. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned June 2, 1921. First Board
composed of F. E. Mason, Thomas S. Knight, and Charles Cantwell.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

5-20-1921
1- 8-1929
6-15-1936
1- 6-1953
1- 3-1961
1- 5-1965

4-14-1968

4-21-1968

3- 1-1972


Name of
Superintendent

W. E. Bell
Paul Eddy
Miss Sallie Jones
Homer L. Jones
W. S. Hancock
A. Hugh Adams

James Lawless

Dr. James Longstreth

Dr. Thomas E. Benner, Jr.


Remarks

Term expired by order of the court
Resigned 6-4-1936
Resigned 12-31-1952


Appointed by County School Board
Resigned 4-15-1968
Appointed Acting Superintendent by
County Board
Appointed by County School Board
Resigned 2-29-1972
Appointed by School Board


CITRUS


County formed June 2, 1887.


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7-18-1887
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
9- 1-1915
1- 4-1921
1- 3-1933


Name of
Superintendent

Eugene A. Harrison
Charles S. Young
Robert L. Turner
H. J. Dame
Jesse Montague
I. R. Nolen


Remarks


Resigned 9-1-1915


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CITRUS
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

1- 2-1945
8- 6-1956
1- 5-1965
8-20-1968


Name of
Superintendent

Roger Weaver
Harry K. Buie
James F. McCall
Roger Weaver


Remarks


Resigned 8-1-1956
Appointed by Governor; Elected for full-term
Resigned 8-14-1968
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11-5-1968


CLAY

County formed December 31, 1858. Board of Public Instruction organized October 1, 1869; Ozias Buddington,
Chairman.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

5- 7-1859
12-14-1860
11-12-1861


Judge of Probate

M. J. Murphy
James H. Kennedy
Joseph Truluck


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


12-21-1874
4-28-1876
3- 3-1877
7-14-1883
4-11-1884
4-30-1886
6-12-1888
1- 7-1889
1- 3-1892
7- 3-1894
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 5-1909
1- 2-1917
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
11- 7-1940
1- 6-1953
3-10-1964
1- 5-1965


Name of
Superintendent

Ozias Buddington

T. W. Applegate
Ozias Buddington
Marion F. Geiger
R. W. Davis
Geroge W. Hall
J. F. Geiger
Lewis W, Zim
C. E. Rankin
J. B. Rainey
W. W. Shedd
Ellis Geiger
W. 0. Geiger
William H. Biggs
G. J. North
P. L. Tippens
T. J. Knight
R. D. Fisher
A. E. Maxwell
C. B. Bowles
Hirris C. Long
Marjorie M. Long
Jesse P. Tynes, Jr.


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1869-73.
Resigned
Removed 2-21-1877

Resigned 4-7-1884














Resigned 7-24-1940
Appointed by Governor; Elected for full-term
Resigned 2-18-1964
Appointed by Governor


COLLIER

County formed May 8, 1923. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned July 13, 1923. First Board
composed of Ira Hancock, J. H. Doxee, Peter P. Schutt.

Superintendent of School


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7-13-1923
1- 6-1925
5- 7-1926


Name of
Superintendent

Mrs. T. C. Barfield
Ruby A. Alderman
John Hinton


Remarks


Resigned 1-1-1926
Resigned 1-25-1929


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CbLLIER
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

3-16-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 4-1949
1- 6-1953
1- 5-1965
8- 2-1967
7- 1-1968

1- 5-1971

7- 1-1971


Name of
Superintendent

T. Geroge Walker
Ernest Bridges
Ernest W. Hall
W. D. Reynolds
W. D. Reynolds
John D. Roan
John H. Murphy

Homer L. Jones

Dr. William 0. Webb


Remarks


Appointed by County Board
Appointed by County Board
Appointed by County Board
Resigned 1-5-1971
Appointed Interim Superintendent
by School Board
Appointed by School Board


County formed February 4, 1832. Board
May 8, 1869; Samuel T. Day, Chairman.


COLUMBIA

of Public Instruction appointed March 2, 1869. School Board organized


Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

7-26-1845
8-24-1846
11-30-1850
10-27-1855
11-15-1861
11-17-1864
12-21-1865


Judge of Probate

Robert Brown
James S. Jones
Geroge S. Herbert
Silas L. Niblack
William H. Hunt
Washington M. Ives
George B. Smithson


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


2- 9-1874
4- 2-1875
8-11-1875
2- 2-1877
2- 1-1879
3- 6-1885
5- 8-1887
1- 3-1893
12-19-1893
1- 7-1895
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
1- 5-1909
1- 2-1917
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
12-14-1936
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 8-1957
8- 1-1968
1- 8-1973


Name of
Superintendent

P. A. Holt

A. H. Hutchingson


A. A. Hoyte
E. G. Johnson
A. A. Hoyte
W. R. Moore
Julius Potsdamer
W. A. Sheffield
E. G. Persons
T. C. Collins
T. C. Collins
Edgar G. Persons
H. L. Avant
Thomas H. Owens
J. W. Burns
James R. Lites
J. W. Burns
Geroge R. Graham
R. 0. Williams
J. W. Burns
Albert H. Rumph
Buford H. Galloway
Silas Pittman
Dr. Frank Phillips


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1871-73.

Resigned 4-1-1875
Deceased
Removed




Resigned 10-3-1893







Resigned 12-14-1936



Resigned 7-31-1968
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11-5-1968


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DADE

County formed February 4, 1836. Board of Public Instruction appointed July 21, 1869. School Board
organized December 6, 1869; Octavious Aimar, Chairman.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

8- 6-1845 A. F. Woods
12-16-1845 A. J. Woods
8-13-1850 William Hilliard


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


6-26-1873
3-16-1885
6-14-1887
5- 7-1888
5- 3-1890
1- 3-1893
6-11-1895
1- 5-1897
1- 3-1905
1- 4-1921
1- 5-1937
1- 6-1953
1- 8-1957
6- 5-1957


1-17-1968


Name of
Superintendent

William H. Benest

Octavious Aimar

E. T. Sturtevant
Charles H. Lune
Allen E. Heyser
Eldridge Gale
John Clemson
Edwin R. Bradley
Edmund C. White
Zachariah T. Merritt
R. E. Hall
Charles M. Fisher
James T. Wilson
W. R. Thomas
Joe Hall
Joe Hall


Dr. E. L. Whigham


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1871-72.


Resigned 3-12-1888


Resigned 4-24-1895








Appointed by County Board under
Constitutional Amendment. Resigned
1-16-1968.
Appointed by County Board


DE SOTO


County formed May 19, 1887.


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


6-14-1887
4- 4-1889
1- 3-1893
1- 5-1897
1- 3-1905
6- 7-1907
4- 8-1910
2-22-1913
1- 2-1917
9- 1-1924
1- 8-1929
1- 5-1937
1- 2-1945
9- 2-1952

8-19-1960

7-8-1968

7-1-1970
1-5-1971
1-8-1973


Name of
Superintendent


H. E. Carlton

H. J. Sparkman
H. E. Carlton
H. J. Sparkman
Nathan F. Giddens
Joseph H. Brown
John S. Carlton
W. B. Hare
James 0. Bickley
P. G. Shaver
C. H. Smith
J. G. Johnson
D. G. Barnett
L. H. Hancock
Charles 0. Weaver

Hugh C. Flanders

Charles 0. Weaver

Mrs. Margaret Murphy
Mrs. Margaret Murphy
Leslie Rhoden


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1887.




Resigned 7-1-1907
Resigned 3-15-1910
Deceased

Resigned 8-23-1924



Resigned 9-1-1952
Appointed by Governor; Elected
for full term; Resigned 8-15-1960
Appointed by Governor; Elected
for full term; Resigned 7-2-1968
Appointed by Governor; Elected
11-5-1968; Resigned 6-30-1970
Appointed by Governor
Elected for 2-year term


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DIXIE

County formed April 25, 1921. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned June 23, 1921. First Board
composed of W. D. Finlayson, S. M. Hurst, James Cannon.

Superintendent of Schools


Date
Commission or
Appointment

6-25-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
12-30-1931
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941
1- 6-1953
1- 8-1957
1- 3-1961
1- 7-1969


Name of
Superintendent

W. A. Fletcher
W. D. Finlayson
Willie Hill
W. D. Finlayson
Ollie Williams
W. F. Hill
LeRoy Locke
Hilton F. Jones
LeRoy Locke
Hilton F. Jones


Remarks


Resigned 12-29-1931


DUVAL

County formed August 12, 1822. Board of Public Instruction appointed March 1, 1869. School Board organized
November 24, 1869; Alonzo Huling, Chairman.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

7-26-1845 William F. Crabtree
7-26-1849 Felix G. Livingston
10-30-1855 Benjamin Hopkins
1-31-1857 Oscar Hart
11-24-1857 Richard B. Rushing
10-29-1859 Chandler S. Emery
11- 8-1861 Francis E. L'Engle
10-26-1863 Francis J. Wheaton
12-21-1865 H. Doggett


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


6-15-1874
1-11-1875
1-24-1877
2-16-1880
11-26-1888
2-11-1889
1-6-1891
1- 6-1897
1- 3-1905
11-20-1905
12-14-1907
12-13-1913
1- 6-1925
9-13-1928
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941

1- 6-1953
1- 8-1957
1- 7-1969

7-15-1973


Name of
Superintendent

W. L. Coan

W. H. Christy

E. F. Mawbey
John F. Rollins
Frederick Pasco
W. H. Babcock
Walter B. Clarkson
William M. Ledwith
J. D. Mead
Geroge P. Glenn
Frank Elzey
Hiram H. Palmer
James Q. Palmer
F. A. Hathaway
G. Elmer Wilbur
R. B. Rutherford
R. C. Marshall
W. Daniel Boyd

Iva T. Sprinkle (Mrs.)
Ish Brant
Dr. Cecil Hardesty

Dr. John T. Gunning


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1871-73.
Removed 12-24-1874

Resigned 2-10-1880


Resigned 7-1-1890


Resigned 11-23-1905
Deceased
Resigned 11-10-1913
Retired
Deceased


On military leave. J. W. Gilbert
was Acting Superintendent.


Appointed by School
Resigned 6-30-1973
Appointed by School


Board;

Board


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ESCAMBIA


County formed July 21, 1821. Board of Public Instruction appointed May 17, 1869.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Judge of Probate

Charles Evans
C. N. Jordan
F. B. Bonifay
C. N. Jordan


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3- 7-1873
3-12-1875
3- 9-1877
6-22-1877
6- 6-1881
2-12-1885
1- 7-1913
4- 2-1923
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941
1- 4-1949
1- 6-1953
1- 5-1965


Name of
Superintendent

A. J. Pickard


Geroge W. Lindsey
A. J. Pickard
A. W. Nicholson
W. B. Dennis
F. M. Scarritt
N. B. Cook
A. S. Edwards
William Tyler
J. H. Varnum
A. S. Edwards
Dan J. Anderson
William J. Woodham, Jr.
J. E. Hall


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1869-72.

Removed 2-12-1877
Resigned 6-13-1877

Resigned 2-6-1885

Resigned 3-22-1923


FLAGLER


County formed April 23, 1917. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned July 9, 1917. First Board
composed of Frank L. Byrd, Zee E. Booe, J. J. Buckels.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


7- 9-1917
8- 1-1918
12-10-1918
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 5-1937
1- 7-1941
1- 2-1945
3-11-1946
6-23-1952
8-16-1956
1- 6-1965
7-30-1968

2-14-1972


Name of
Superintendent

B. F. Buchanan
E. B. Loughridge
Ed Johnson
D. B. Brown
Z. E. Booe
M. B. Fuller
Z. D. Holland
J. B. Wadsworth
John A. Clegg
Mrs. Donella D. Chastain
Z. D. Holland
Coy G. Harris, Jr.
James A. Craig

Coy G. Harris


Remarks

Resigned 8-1-1918





Leave granted 12-1-1943
Resigned 3-1-1946
Resigned 6-30-1952
Resigned 8-15-1956
Appointed by Governor
Resigned 7-1-1968
Appointed by Governor;Elected 11-5-1968;
Resigned 2-14-1972
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11-7-1972


Date
Appointed

7-26-1845
11-24-1851
10-28-1863
12-28-1865





FRANKLIN

County formed February 8, 1832. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 9, 1869. School Board
organized September 9, 1869; Robert H. Goodlet, Chairman.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Judge of Probate

Patrick C. Kain
Leonidas W. Spratt
Archibald T. Bennett
Thomas J. Eppes
Samuel Benezet
Nathan Baker
Robert D. Munn
James J. Griffin
B. F. Sirmons
M. C. Pickett


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3- 3-1874
9-12-1874
3-13-1876
2- 2-1877

12-28-1881
10-26-1882
12- 3-1884
1- 1-1889
1- 3-1893

4-18-1895
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
1- 5-1909
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941
12- 8-1948
1- 6-1953
1- 8-1957


Name of
Superintendent

F. M. Bryan

F. B. Wakefield

W. F. Quaile
John Howe
A. H. Low
A. M. Harris

Sanders Myers
Henry E. Hicks
Stephen E. Rice
William T. Martin
James R. Pickett

William T. Martin
R. M. Yent
William T. Martin
Arthur A. Core
John C. Moore
A. S. Ham
John T. Howard
John C. Moore
Curtis McLean


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1871-73.
Resigned (date not known)
Resigned 2-2-1876
Removed 2-2-1877
Resigned 5-5-1880. Reappointed 8-4-1880,
then deceased.




Resigned 3-12-1894.
Reconsidered 3-28-1894



Deceased

Deceased


GADSDEN

County formed June 24, 1823. Board of Public Instruction appointed July 17, 1869. School Board organized
September 18, 1869; S. B. Love, Chairman.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

8- 7-1845
11- 1-1851


Judge of Probate

James M. Gilchrist
Edward C. Love


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


7-19-1873


Name of
Superintendent

W. H. Crane

Samuel Galloway, D.D.

Samuel Hamblin


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission. Believed
to have served 1871-72.
Removed 1-12-1877


Date
Appointed

7-26-1845
2-21-1846
1-13-1849
1-23-1852
11-24-1854
10-30-1855
10-31-1857
7-16-1863
12-21-1865
4-12-1866





GADSDEN
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

1-16-1877
1-17-1879
1- 5-1897
1- 5-1909
1- 7-1913
4- 6-1914
3-30-1943
1- 6-1953


Name of
Superintendent

Jesse Wood
C. E. L. Allison
John R. Key
A. J. Key
John R. Key
Charles H. Gray
George H. Mears
Max D. Walker


Remarks


Resigned 2-11-1914
Deceased 3-17-1943


GILCHRIST

County formed December 4, 1925. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned January 12, 1926. First
Board composed of A. C. Long, Henry Everett, Elisha Sapp.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

1-12-1926
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
1- 2-1945
1- 6-1953
1- 3-1961


Name of
Superintendent

Mrs. Murray H. Johnson
Ernest P. Turner
Cleveland Moore
Ernest P. Turner
Carl Roberts
Eli M. Read


Remarks


Resigned 12-31-1960


GLADES

County formed April 23, 1921. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned June 9, 1921. First Board
composed of C. L. Williams, W. E. Daniel, Geroge H. Fisher.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

6- 9-1921
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 8-1957
6-24-1959
9- 1-1960
1- 5-1965
10-16-1968
1- 7-1969


Name of
Superintendent

M. S. Hayes
Mrs. Caroline Bales
Mrs. Margaret K. Farnam
Velton Walters
Edgar D. Lee
Philip C, Shuford
Broward M. Daniel
Robert L. Hipps
L. E. Strope
L. E. Strope


Remarks


Resigned 6-18-1959
Resigned 9-1-1960

Resigned 10-16-1968
Appointed by Governor


GULF


County formed June 6, 1925. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned August 11, 1925. First Board
composed of S. M. Bryant, T. J. Kinard, B. W. Eells.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7-30-1925
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941
1- 5-1965
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

B. W. Spear
Chauncey L. Costin
Thomas A. Owens
R. Marion Craig
J. David Bidwell


Remarks






HAMILTON

County formed December 26, 1827. County Board of Public Instruction appointed April 24, 1869. School
Board organized August 2, 1869; A. W. Knight, Chairman.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

7-26-1845 Joshua H. Roberts
10- 7-1845 William E. M. Cousins
5-23-1849 Robert E. Clayton
4- 2-1850 Henry J. Stewart
1- 8-1855 Robert L. Ivey
11-13-1855 Levi Sterling
1-16-1858 Henry J. Stewart
11-26-1861 John Mizell
11-16-1863 Henry J. Stewart


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3- 2-1874
5-21-1877
1-15-1877
3- 7-1881
2-10-1883

5-12-1887
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 5-1909
1- 4-1921
1- 5-1937


2-1945
6-1953
8-1957
7-1969
2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

Samuel Mclnnis

S. L. Taylor

J. H. Roberts
R. J. Bevill
J. H. Roberts
B. F. Amstead
J. N. Reid

George J. Graham
John E. Hanna
J. H. Reid
Geroge J. Graham
J. A. Jackson
W. W. Bradshaw
Harry T. Reid


W. W. Bradshaw
R. W. Wilkinson
Harry T. Reid
James L. Dunaway
J. W. DeVane


Remarks

No record of Commission.
to have served 1871-72.
No record of Commission.
to have served 1873.
Deceased
Removed 1-10-1877


Believed

Believed


Resigned 1-26-1885. Returned to
office 1-31-1885.






Military leave 7-15-1942.
Mrs. Kathryn Reid served as Acting
Superintendent.


HARDEE

County formed April 23, 1921. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned May 25, 1921. First Board
composed of William R. Minor, S. B. Hogan, Henderson K. Hill.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

5-26-1921
11-25-1922
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 3-1961
1- 5-1965
1- 7-1969
4-23-1971


Name of
Superintendent

W. R. Gramling
J. B. Rooney
T. E. Blackburn
Laudy H. Driggers
T. E. Blackburn
H. B. Dominick
E. Wilton Stephens
W. Bartely Sapp
Dr. James G. Smith
W. Bartley Sapp


Remarks


Resigned 4-15-1971
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11-7-1972


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HENDRY

County formed May 11, 1923. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned July 13, 1923. First Board
composed of Harry Hall, F. W. Kellogg, Solon B. Crews.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7-17-1923
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 6-1937
1- 7-1941
1- 4-1949
9- 1-1960
7-15-1964

8-12-1966
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

Paul L. Eddy
E. G. Pfluge
E. L. Stallings
S. A. Graves
C. E. Weaver
Agnes Y. Thomas
J. Homer Bible
Carl E. Hornsby

Clarence J. Chapman
Geroge Stegle


Remarks


Resigned 9-1-1960
Resigned 7-15-1964
Appointed by Governor; Elected
11-3-1964; Resigned 7-31-1966
Appointed by Governor ; Elected 11-5-1968


HERNANDO

County formed Febryary 24, 1843. The name was changed to Benton County March 6, 1844, and was changed back to
Hernando on December 24, 1850. County Board of Public Instruction appointed July 24, 1869. First attempt to
organize the Board failed, but it was in operation by 1871.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

7-26-1845 Isaac Garrison
1-10-1848 Perry G. Wall
2- 3-1852 Elias J. Knight
10-22-1853 John Eubanks
3-18-1854 Joseph M. Taylor
12-31-1855 Perry G. Wall
12- 1-1863 Samuel T. Pearce
5- 3-1864 William M. Garrison


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


7-22-1873
8- 1-1875
2-12-1877
3- 7-1881
1- 8-1883
2- 4-1885
7-18-1887
1- 3-1893
1- 5-1909
1- 2-1917
7- 9-1920
9-20-1920
1- 8-1929
1- 5-1937
1- 7-1941
11-20-1944
9-22-1945
1- 7-1947
7- 1-1956

5-1-1967


Name of
Superintendent

T. S. Coogler

T. S. Coogler
J. M. Rhodes
Sheldon Stringer
D. H. Thrasher
A. M. C. Russell
W. C. Simmerman
James R. Temple
A. M. C. Russell
W. A. Thaxton
W. 0. Lemasters
R. R. Ray
L. D. Hathaway
Ira B. Turnley
A. Keathley
E. R. Russell
Algernon Keathley
Ira B. Turnley
Louis L. Fisher
John W. Hull

James Kenneth Austin


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-1872.

Removed 2-5-1877



Resigned 6-23-1887



Resigned 6-9-1920
Resigned 9-11-1920



Resigned 11-10-1944
Deceased


Resigned 6-30-1956
Appointed by Governor;
Resigned 5-1-1967
Appointed by Governor;


Elected 11-5-1968


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HIGHLANDS

County formed April 23, 1921. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned May 25, 1921. First Board
composed of William A. Marshall, Ira Rigdon, M. A. Millar.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

5-26-1921
9-23-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 2-1945
1- 3-1961
1- 6-1965


Name of
Superintendent

J. E. N. Ellenberger
William A. Marshall
F. N. K. Bailey
Fred Wild
Andrew W. Miracle
George Douglass


Remarks

Resigned 9-9-1921


HILLSBOROUGH

County formed January 25, 1834. Board of Public Instruction appointed March 31, 1869.
New Board appointed November 19, 1969.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Appointees did not accept.


Judge of Probate

John B. Allen
Simon Turman
Edward A. Clark
Bertrand Bledsoe
John J. Wells
John Darling


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

6-17-1872
2- 6-1877
3-10-1879
2- 3-1881
1-14-1887
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 5-1909
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
1- 6-1925
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
8- 1-1966
7- 1-1967


Name of
Superintendent

W. F. White
John P. Wall
H. L. Crane
Wesley T. Henderson
L. W. Buchholz
B. C. Graham
W. B. Dickinson
L. W. Buchholz
Marshall Moore
J. E. Knight
W. D. F. Snipes
E. L. Robinson
Randolph McLaughlin
Crockett Farnell
Calvert J. Craig
Dr. Raymond 0. Shelton


Remarks


Resigned 1-1-1887











Appointed by Governor
Appointed by County Board


HOLMES

County formed January 8, 1848. Board of Public Instruction appointed July 24, 1869.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

2- 9-1848 Owen Williams
11-28-1851 Abner Baker
3- 1-1852 James Turner
6-27-1853 G. R. Lovett
10-28-1853 Anthony H. Brownwell
5-10-1856 James Wilcox
2- 5-1858 William L. Jameson
2-12-1862 Martin W. Brett


Date
Appointed

7-26-1845
9-16-1845
10-24-1861
12- 2-1863
1- 1-1866
8- 3-1866





HOLMES
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3-17-1874
7-31-1876
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
1- 4-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933


8-1942
2-1945
6-1953
8-1957
5-1965
1-1968


Name of
Superintendent

W. W. Brown

John A. Vaughn
Whitmill Curry
J. A. J. Hathaway
W. H. Martin
C. A. Fulford
T. J. McDade
Moses R. Robinson
T. J. McDade
Ira C. Bush
H. E. Majors
Ira C. Bush

T. L. Belser
Alex Shepard
Fred Johnson
W. Shouppe Howell
Fred Johnson
Gerald Commander


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-73.

Removed 1-10-1877. Returned 2-14-1877.









Suspended 8-26-1942. Senate refused
to consent 3-19-1943.




Resigned 7-31-1968
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11-5-1968


INDIAN RIVER


County formed May 30, 1925. County Board of Public Instruction
composed of David Rose, R. W. Jamison, and Louis Harris.


commissioned June 30, 1925. First Board


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

6-30-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949

8- 1-1969


Name of
Superintendent

W. E. Riggs
Walter T. James
Louis Harris
J. L. Powers
J. A. Thompson

William H. McClure


Remarks


Appointed by County School Board
7-1-1967; Resigned 7-31-1969
Appointed by School Board


JACKSON

County formed August 12, 1822. Board of Public Instruction appointed August 2, 1869. School Board organized
September 4, 1869. John Pope, Chairman; Theophilus West, County Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

7-26-1845 Richard H. Long
5-23-1849 Frederick R. Pittman
10-12-1853 Joseph B. Roulhac
10-30-1855 Robert S. Dickson
11- 4-1861 William J. Kincey


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment





3-24-1873
1-30-1877
2- 5-1879
9-13-1880


Name of
Superintendent


Remarks


..,.Theophilt uiei~.su3 Mac o i m.ii alW adtNdirecord of Commission. Believed to
8.1 or -71' alootr'e % have served 1869-70.
D. L. McKinnon No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 187t l2.
':'.I E,.Harvey Removed 1-2SfKi8bnl


S. J. Erwin
Bj Bnjamin S. Liddon
itunW,'t' S...A Jl'EtSin
SafiJ'sQ .Af (;iBlli.V


Resigned 8-A2l-80-
n.1-8 -.d
~E'ii"(Y~k.r-J.f


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p I




JACKSON
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

1- 2-1889
1- 3-1893
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 7-1913
2-20-1917
11-12-1918
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
11-16-1940
1- 2-1945
1- 7-1969


Name of
Superintendent

William M. Farrior
A. J. Wooldridge
W. A. McRae
C. C. Gunn
C. B. King
M. 0. King
Charles W. Lockey
George J. Grace
James H. Ayers
Carroll P. Finlayson
E. T. Denmark
John D. Milton
Robert E. Childs


Remarks


Suspended 1-23-1917




Resigned 11-14-1940

Resigned 1-6-1969


JEFFERSON

County formed January 20, 1827. County Board of Public Instruction appointed April 26, 1869. School Board
organized May 15, 1869. J. W. Johnson, Chairman; Robert Meacham, County Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Judge of Probate

Thomas J. Chace
M. H. Strain
Joel B. Collins
M. H. Strain


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


2-18-1873
1-26-1877
2- 3-1879
2- 3-1881
2- 5-1885
2- 5-1887
12-26-1889
1- 5-1897
9- 9-1905
11-12-1906
1- 6-1909
1- 7-1913
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 5-1937
1- 4-1949
1- 6-1953


Name of
Superintendent

Robert Meacham

R. C. Loveridge

Robert Meacham
R. Turnbull
J. B. Christie
W. R. Taylor
James A. Walker
S. C. Bolt
James A. Walker
J. H. Girardeau
N. Bryan Gilbert
W. B. Carter
B. J. Hamrick
S. H. Taylor
W. M. Scruggs
B. J. Hamrick
William J. Bullock
Ardney J. Boland
Desmond M. Bishop


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-72.







Deceased


LAFAYETTE

County formed December 23, 1856. Board of Public Instruction appointed February 5, 1969. School Board
organized August 2, 1869. R. B. Hill, Chairman; Henry R. Holmes, County Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

7-14-1857
12- 8-1857
11-14-1859


Judge of Probate

James M. Janney
David R. Tbwnsend
William A. Grant


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Date
Appointed

7-26-1845
11-31-1859
10-28-1861
12-18-1865











Judge of Probate

P. J. Pemberton
W. F. Bynum
P. J. Pemberton


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

1-29-1872
5-28-1874
9- 5-1876
2- 5-1877
2-24-1887
1-18-1889
1- 3-1893
1- 5-1897
9- 9-1899
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
1- 4-1921
7-24-1924
1- 5-1937
1- 7-1941
1- 2-1945
1- 8-1957
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

W. D. Sears
J. C. Ramsey
J. A. Shiver
J. C. Ramsey
John W. Day
Zachariah Jones
James P. Abbott
Zachariah Jones
J. L. Poore
J. P. Abbott
W. R. Fletcher
G. N. Trawick
Homer J. Kelly
John W. Morgan
G. N. Trawick
Charles Wenstead
J. R. Medlock
L. R. McCallum
Philip A. Clark
Albert Winburn


Remarks


Removed 1-10-1877




Deceased





Resigned 7-17-1924


LAKE


County formed May 27, 1887.


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


Name of
Superintendent


John C. Compton
William T. Kennedy
D. H. Moore
Frank J. Banning
C. A. Vaughn, Jr.
L. J. (Joe) Jenkins
Jack Morgan
Jack Morgan
Dr. Clyde E. Stevens

Bernard M. McCabe


Appointed by School Board
Appointed by School Board
Resigned 10-31-1972
Appointed Acting Superintendent by
School Board; appointed Superintendent
11-7-1972


County formed May 31, 1887.


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

6-22-1887
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901


Name of
Superintendent

Daniel C. Kant
W. W. Bostick
Joseph F. Shrands


LAFAYETTE
(Continued)


Date
Appointed

12-12-1861
11-16-1863
12-21-1865


7-10-1887
1- 5-1909
1- 4-1921
1- 7-1941
1- 6-1953
1- 8-1957
1- 5-1965
1- 7-1969
7- 7-1969

11- 1-1972


Remarks


Remarks



Deceased


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LEE
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

8-15-1907
1- 7-1913
8- 9-1920
1- 6-1925
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
7-24-1948
1- 6-1953
9-15-1960
1- 5-1965


Name of
Superintendent

David W. Sumner
Joseph W. Sherrill
J. D. McFerron
J. Colin English
Harry F. Hendry
E. P. Greene
Charlie Bevis
Ray Tipton
Robert N. Kreager
Ray L. Williams


Remarks


Resigned 8-1-1920



Resigned 7-31-1948
Commission effective 7-31-1948
Resigned 9-15-1960
Appointed by Governor; Elected for full term


LEON

County formed December 29, 1824. Board of Public Instruction appointed February 25, 1869. School Board
organized April 16, 1869. C. H. Edwards, Chairman; Charles H. Pearce, County Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

7-26-1845 James E. Broome
10-17-1851 David W. Gwynn
10-29-1859 A. P. Amaker
10-19-1861 William E. Danelly
12-18-1865 E. L. T. Blake


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3- 3-1873
4-13-1875
1-15-1877
10-19-1885
9-12-1887
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
5-23-1936
1- 5-1937


2-1945
5-1965
2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

Charles H. Pearch

Rev. Joseph Anderson

J. P. Apthorp
Joseph Bowes
H. N. Felkel
William W. Woodward
N. W. Eppes
C. W. Bannerman
E. B. Eppes
H. H. Isler
Frank S. Hartsfield
Mrs. Frank S. Hartsfield
F. A. Rhodes

Amos P. Godby
Freeman W. Ashmore
Dr. Ned Lovell


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-72.

Removed 1-6-1877
Resigned in 1885
Resigned September 1887




Deceased

Military leave 10-1-1942. Hicks Jacoway
served as Acting Superintendent.


LEVY

County formed March 10, 1845. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 7, 1869. School Board
organized June 8, 1869. William A. Shands, Chairman; Geroge S. Leavitt, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate


7- 26-1845
1- 2-1847
5-23-1849


Thomas E. Barrow
J. B. Blanton
Hezekiah E. Osteen









Date
Appointed

8- 6-1850
12-29-1851
9-17-1853
1-10-1854
2- 2-1856
2-12-1862
8-20-1862
4- 3-1863
11-20-1863
1- 1-1866
3-15-1867


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3-24-1873
4-27-1875
7-27-1876
1-17-1877
2- 5-1879
2- 5-1881
2-27-1884
3-12-1886
4-17-1888
1- 7-1889
1- 5-1909
1- 2-1917
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 5-1937
1- 7-1941
1- 2-1945
2- 6-1952
1- 7-1969


Name of
Superintendent

George S. Leavitt

W. A. Shands

Thomas B. Faitoute
F. Blumenthal
W. B. Wimberly
S. S. Moore
Joseph F. Shands
J. B. Mendenhall
James Depass
C. H. Herring
Joseph E. Sale
Shelton Philips
Thomas W. Price
W. F. Osteen
Thomas W. Price
H. S. Priest
H. A. White
T. Frank McCall
H. A. White
Alvin E. Mikell
Lee Martin


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-72.

Resigned 7-24-1876
Removed 1-10-1877














Deceased


County formed December 15,
effected.


LIBERTY

1855. Board of Public Instruction appointed June 10, 1869. Temporary organization


Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

5-10-1856
2-20-1860
11-22-1861
5- 7-1863
10-28-1863
12-18-1865


Judge of Probate

John Chason
William T. Gregory
B. B. Meacham
Abner N. Mclver
B. Shieder
W. L. Kyle


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3-14-1874


Name of
Superintendent

Niel Black, Jr.

J. W. Hosford

M. J. Solomon


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-72.
No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1873.
Removed 9-25-1876


LEVY
(Continued)


Judge of Probate

Simeon Harvey
John R. Hatcher
Samuel Cowden
Daniel A. Morgan
Thomas N. Clyatt
W. R. Caulter
Nicholas S. Cobb
Silas Scarborough
T. N. Clyatt
James M. Janney
John F. Jackson





LIBERTY
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

10-16-1876
3- 5-1879
5- 2-1885
9- 7-1900
5-11-1903
1- 5-1909
1- 2-1917
1- 4-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
7- 1-1948
8-27-1953
1- 4-1955
1- 3-1961
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

T. J. Gregory
T. H. Jackson
T. J. Gregory
Thomas E. Shuler
T. H. Jackson
Joseph E. Roberts
R. E. Turner
Joseph E. Roberts
0. N. Revell
J. Ray Summers
Johnny T. Howard
T. Grady Shuler
W. Olin Shuler, Sr.
W. Olin Shuler, Jr.
Jack H. Summers
0. B. Shuler
John Fairchild


Remarks


Deceased
Resigned 4-9-1903




Resigned 5-20-1925


Deceased
Resigned 8-25-1953


MADISON

County formed December 26, 1827. Board of Public Instruction appointed March 13, 1869. School Board
organized April 21, 1869; Simon Katzenberg, Chariman; Dennis Eagan, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed


10-22-1855


Judge of Probate

Alexander McDonald
George M. T. Brinson


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment



10-25-1873
2-25-1875
1-20-1877
1-27-1879
2- 8-1883
1-15-1889
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 6-1953
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

Dennis Eagan


Dennis Eagan
B. F. Tidwell
J. L. Brooks
E. S. Tyner
Samuel J. Perry
R. L. Williams
John A. Hughes
Geroge W. Tedder
T. C. Simms
W. C, Bailey
Edwin B. Browning
Thomas Griffin Bishop
Eugene Stokes


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-70.
Resigned 2-1-1875
Removed 1-13-1877


MANATEE

County formed January 9, 1855. Board of Public Instruction appointed February 4, 1869. School Board
organized September 6, 1869. William F. Turner, Chariman; John F. Bartholf, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate


7-19-1856
11- 9-1863
1- 1-1866


Ezekiel Glazier
David N. Townsend
Enoc E. Mizell


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MANATEE
(Continued)


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3-16-1872
7-22-1875
2-12-1879
5-14-1887
9-25=1887
1- 3-1893
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 5-1909
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
8-12-1968




10- 9-1970


Name of
Superintendent

John F. Bartholf


John F. Bartholf
A. A. Robinson
Felix J. Seward
E. F. Gates
E. M. Graham
William M. Rowlett
James Layne
William M. Rowlett
L. L. Hine
William M. Rowlett
B. D. Gullett
Miss Jesse P. Miller
J. Hartley Blackburn
Dr. Jack L. Davidson




Dr. William H. Bashaw


Remarks


No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-70.



Resigned 8-13-1887




Resigned January 7, 1913
Resigned 1-17-1917
Out of office January 3, 1933
Retired 1-2-1933
Resigned 8-12-1968
Appointed by County Board.
Suspended by Gov. Kirk April 5, 1970.
Gov. served as Acting Superintendent
for one week; Davidson reinstated
April 12, 1970. Resigned 10-15-1970.
Appointed by School Board


MARION

County formed March 14, 1844. Board of Public Instruction appointed March 1, 1869. School Board organized
October 6, 1869. J. H. Goss, Chairman; H. E. Russell, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

7-26-1845 John M. McIntosh
5-23-1849 Solomon T. Halliday
1-23-1851 William McGehagan
11-12-1851 John M. McIntosh
11- 7-1859 William F. Harrison
11-26-1863 James T. Stockton
12-21-1865 Robert Bullock


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


1-25-1873
1-30-1877
3-24-1881
1- 5-1897
1- 5-1909
1- 2-1920
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941
1- 3-1961
7- 1-1966


1-1968
7-1969
1-1972


Name of
Superintendent

H. E. Russell

H. W. Lang

William J. Tucker
H. C. Martin
M. L. Payne
William D. Carn
J. H. Brinson
W. D. Carn
Henry G. Shealy
Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle
Don T. Mann
N. Broward Lovell
John Seay
Oliver E. Daugherty

Robert M. Dunwoody
Robert M. Dunwoody
William Fish


Remarks

No record of Commission.
have served 1869-70.
No record of Commission.
have served 1871-72.
Removed 1-23-1877


Believed to

Believed to


Resigned 12-22-1919




Military leave 1-5-1945
Resigned 6-30-1966
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11- 6-1966;
Resigned 6-30-1968.
Appointed by Governor
Resigned 11-30-1972
Appointed by Governor to fill unexpired
term. Elected for full term beginning
1-2-1972.




MARTIN

County formed May 30, 1925. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned September 15, 1925. The first
Board composed of F. W. Baker, J. J. Pitchford, and Arthur L. Swanson.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

8-20-1925

11-22-1926
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
1- 6-1953
1- 8-1957
6-30-1967


Name of
Superintendent

J. B. McDonald

Edward Mapp
J. A. Jamison
Roscoe H. Rollins
John W. Martin
Thomas L. Crook
Vincent James Navitsky


Remarks

First County Superintendent was
elected 8-5-1925.


Resigned 6-9-1967
Appointed by Governor;


Elected 11- 5-1968


County formed July 3, 1823.
May 26, 1869.


MONROE

(Sometimes spelled Munroe County.) Board of Public Instruction appointed


Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

8-15-1845
12-12-1845
1-14-1858


Judge of Probate

Adam Gordon
Benjamin Sawyer
Winer Bethel


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment



7- 4-1872
3- 5-1877
11-30-1885
2- 2-1887
1- 8-1889
12-23-1890
1- 8-1901
1- 5-1909
1- 6-1925
4-13-1943

6-17-1943
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 5-1965
4- 1-1968
1- 7-1969


Name of
Superintendent

James W. Locke


James W. Locke
Jeptha V. Harris
Horatio Crain
Robert J. Perry
Fernando Figuerdo
C. F. Kemp
Jeptha V. Harris, M. D.
Virgil S. Lowe
Melvin E. Russell
Allan B. Cleare

William M. Demeritt
Willard M. Albury
Horace O'Bryant
Harold C. Campbell
Thomas H. Abbott
Armando Henriquez


Remarks

No record of Commission.
have served 1971-72.


Believed to


Resigned 12-31-1886

Resigned 11-28-1890



Military leave 3-29-1943
Appointed substitute superintendent.
Resigned, ill health, 6-10-1943.
Appointed by Governor
Resigned 1-3-1949
Resigned 1-4-1965
Resigned 3-31-1968
Appointed by Governor


NASSAU

County formed December 29, 1824. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 7, 1869. School Board organized
April 24, 1869. N. Brownson, Chairman; J. C. Emerson, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate


7-26-1845
10- 7-1845
12-12-1845
11-13-1855


Spicer C. Braddock
Jason Tuttle
James T. O'Neil
George Stewart


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NASSAU
(Continued)


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment



7- 7-1872
7-24-1874
1-16-1877
1-31-1879
5-10-1883
5-14-1885
5-20-1887
1- 3-1893
1- 5-1897
9-24-1903
11-15-1909
1- 4-1921
6-23-1921
1-15-1931
1- 3-1933
1- 4-1949
8-15-1964

7-26-1968
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

J. C. Emerson


J. C. Emerson
Charles W. Lewis
Leonard Dozier
W. A. Mahoney
S. M. Higginbotham
John Owens
Ephriam Harrison
H. L. Mattair
C. A. Snowball
Henry L. Mattair
Linton L. Owens
J. T. Goodbread
0. T. Weaver
A. W. Jackson
N. J. Wooten
John T. Weisner
Dean B. Blankenship

Melton G. Revell
Albert Rumph


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-.

Removed 1-8-1877






Deceased
Deceased

Resigned 5-20-1921
Suspended 1-9-1931


Resigned 8-15-1964
Appointed by Governor ; Elected 11- 3-1964;
Resigned.
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11- 5-1968


OKALOOSA

County formed June 3, 1915. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned October 14, 1915.
composed of W. H. Jones, W. F. Wilkinson, and W. H. Spivey.


First Board


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

10-14-1915
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
1- 7-1941
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 5-1965


Name of
Superintendent

William C. Pryor
George W. Barrow
J. T. Carpenter
Mallory B. Barrow
J. Z. Walding
John F. Campbell
J. Z. Walding
Lance C. Richbourg
Max Bruner, Jr.



OKEECHOBEE


Remarks


County formed May 8, 1917. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned September 8, 1917. First Board
composed of J. M. Lee, S. L. Gray, Willis Chandler.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

9- 8-1917
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 6-1953
9-10-1956
10-29-1962
7- 1-1963

7- 1-1969

7- 1-1971


Name of
Superintendent

R. E. Hamrick
W. R. Terrell
F. E. Henderson
F. H. Baggott
H. H. Hancock
Carl T. Durrance
Roger L. Jones
Carl T. Durrance
Omar L. Hunt
Mrs. Rhea F. Hunt
Carl T. Durrance

Kenneth M. Matthews

William Ralph Diggs


Remarks


Resigned 8-31-1956
Deceased
Resigned 6-30-1963
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11- 3-1964;
Resigned 6- 30-1969
Appointed by School Board.
Resigned 6-30-1971
Appointed by School Board





ORANGE

County formed December 29, 1824. First named Mosquito County. Changed to Orange County January 30, 1845.
Board of Public Instruction appointed April 7, 1869. School Board organized December 11, 1869. William C.
Roper, Chairman; W. A. Lovell, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

7-26-1845 Henry R. Crane
7-26-1849 William Campbell
3-11-1854 Algernon S. Speer
11-22-1854 Thomas Hughey
12-15-1857 James G. Speer, Jr.
5-10-1862 Benjamin F. Jackson
9-25-1862 David B. Stewart
12-21-1865 William P. Hooker


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


3- 6-1872
6-23-1874
1-27-1977
2- 2-1879
1- 5-1897
9- 6-1911
1- 2-1917
1- 3-1933
1- 8-1957
1- 5-1965


8 -1-1966


4 -1-1967

7 -1-1972
7 -1-1973


Name of
Superintendent

W. A. Lovell


N. W. Prince
W. C. Roper
J. M. Burrall
John T. Beeks
W. B. Lynch
J. F. McKinnon
A. B. Johnson
Judson B. Walker
R. Earl Kipp
Walton 0. Walker


Orville R. Davis


James M. Higgenbotham

Dr. Donald Ney
Dr. L. Linton Deck


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-72.




Deceased




Appointed by County Board under
Constitutional Amendment. Resigned
8-1-1966
Appointed Acting Superintendent by
County Board under Constitutional
Amendment.
Appointed by County Board;
Resigned 6-30-1972
Appointed Interim Superintendent
Appointed by County Board


OSCEOLA


County formed May 12, 1887.


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7-21-1887
1- 7-1891
5-23-1893
1- 7-1895
1- 5-1897
1- 3-1905
2- 1-1915
1- 6-1925
1- 4-1949
6-30-1960
7- 1-1972

1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent


J. V. Spears
C. A. Carson
W. B. Hinton
Francis F. Farnsworth
W. B. Hinton
W. J. Sears
C. E. Yowell
Sam Brammer
James C. Tyson
William B. Stephens
John Columbo

Stephen E. Sharpe


Remarks

Resigned 10-13-1890
Resigned 3-2-1893



Resigned 2-1-1915


Resigned 6-30-1960
Resigned 6-30-1972
Appointed by Governor as Interim
Superintendent




PALM BEACH

County formed April 30, 1909. County Board commissioned June 9, 1909. First School Board composed of
Herbert A. Pennock, Chairman, Henry T. Grant, J. J. Schabinger. First meeting held July 6, 1909.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7-13-1909
12- 9-1910
1- 2-1917
2-15-1918
12- 4-1918
1- 4-1921
1- 6-1925
9-21-1936
7- 2-1948
1- 1-1964
1- 5-1965
9- 1-1968

8-23-1970
11-16-1970
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent


James C. Harris
H. W. Lewis
Guy I. Metcalf
Jackson B. McDonald
W. E. Keen
Agnes Ballard (Miss)
Joe A. Youngblood
John I. Leonard
Howell L. Watkins
John W. Martin
Robert W. Fulton
Lloyd Early

Athelstan Spilhaus
Lloyd Early
Dr. Joseph Carroll


Remarks


Retired 1-1-1917
Deceased February 1918



Resigned 9-15-1936
Resigned 6-30-1948
Resigned 12-31-1963
Appointed by Governor
Resigned 8-31-1968
Appointed by Governor;
Resigned 8-22-1970
Appointed by Governor
Reinstated by the Florida Senate
Appointed by School Board


PASCO


County formed June 2, 1887.


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7- 8-1887
1- 9-1889
10- 9-1896
1- 3-1905
1- 5-1909
1- 7-1913
1- 4-1921
1- 3-1933
1- 7-1941
1- 4-1949
1- 8-1957
9- 1-1972


1- 2-1973
2- 8-1973

3-28-1973


Name of
Superintendent

Augustine H. Raveseis
R. M. Ray
D. 0. Thrasher
John Barnes
M. L. Gilbert
J. W. Sanders
E. B. O'Berry
Fred 0. Revels
Walter C. Craig
Mark St. Clair
Chester W. Taylor, Jr.
Fred K. Marchman

Rodney Cox
Thomas Weightman

Raymond Stewart


Remarks


Resigned 9-23-1896









Resigned 8-31-1972
Appointed Interim Superintendent
by Governor
Deceased 3-20-1973
Acting Superintendent during illness
of Superintendent
Appointed by Governor


PINELLAS

County formed May 23, 1911. County Board commissioned December 30,
A. F. Bartless, Walter A. Allen, Ashland P. Beckett.


1911. First School Board composed of


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

12-22-1911
1- 4-1921
1- 8-1929
1- 4-1935
1- 5-1937
1- 4-1949
6- 5-1957


Name of
Superintendent

Dixie M. Hollins
R. S. Blanton
George M. Lynch
George P. Hoffman
G. V. Fuguitt
Floyd T. Christian
Floyd T. Christian


Remarks


Deceased
Assumed office in November, 1935


Appointed by County Board under
Constitutional Amendment. Resigned
8-31-1965.





PINELLAS
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

10- 1-1965




3- 7-1966


1- 1-1967

3- 1-1971

5- 3-1971

6-29-1972

9-12-1973


Name of
Superintendent

Paul D. Bauder




Dr. James F. Gollattscheck


Dr. Thomas B. Southard

Nicholas Mangin

Nicholas Mangin

Gus Sakkis

Gus Sakkis


Remarks

Appointed Acting Superintendent by
County Board under Constitutional
Amendment.
Appointed Superintendent 12-15-1965.
Deceased 3-2-1966
Appointed Acting Superintendent by
County Board under Constitutional
Amendment.
Appointed by County Board.
Resigned 3-1-1971.
Appointed Interim Superintendent
by School Board
Appointed Superintendent by School
Board
Appointed Interim Superintendent by
School Board
Appointed Superintendent by
School Board


County formed February 8, 1861. Board of Public Instruction appointed May 26, 1869.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

5- 2-1861 L. W. Cornelius
1-24-1863 John Davidson


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7-20-1872


11-28-1874
11- 1-1878
2- 9-1881
4- 9-1883
2- 6-1885
12-31-1888
1- 3-1893
1- 8-1901
1- 5-1909
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917


3-26-1918
8- 5-1920
1- 4-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
5- 9-1933
11-22-1934
1- 7-1941
1- 4-1949
1- 3-1961
6-19-1968
1- 7-1969
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

W. B. Varn


S. M. Sparkman
William T. Carpenter
John Snoddy
P. R. McCrary
John Snoddy
S. S. Niblack
J. L. Hollingsworth
S. S. Niblack
Thomas B. Kirk
Chester A. Parker
W. L. Clifton


John A. Moore
W. L. Clifton
C. A. Parker
A. B. Connor
T. T. Hatton
Francis E. Brigham
C. I. Hollingsworth
Francis E. Brigham
Claude M. Harden
Shelley S. Boone
Merle F. Dimbath
W. W. Read
Homer Adair


Remarks

Resigned
Report for 1874 signed by Judge James
A. Fortner
Resigned 9-10-1878

Resigned 3-22-1883
Resigned 1-23-1885






Suspended 3-20-1918. Reinstated 7-10-1920.
Suspended again 7-12-1920. Senate refused
to consent.




Resigned 4-18-1933




Resigned 6-19-1968
Appointed by Governor
Resigned 1-2-1973





PUTNAM

County formed January 13, 1849. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 7, 1869. School Board organized
July 3, 1869. G. W. Pratt, Chairman; W. C. Snow, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate


Charles H. Brush
Harrison R. Blanchard
William W. Tumblin
Henry B. Teasdale
Benjamin F. Harris
Calvin Gillis
Stanislaus Glinski
James Burt
Algernon S. Moseley
Calvin Gillis
N. W. McLeod
James Burt


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment



6-19-1873
10-24-1876
9-26-1877
9-29-1879
12-27-1879
2- 5-1881
3-31-1885
12-24-1888
1- 2-1893
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
1- 3-1933
1- 4-1949
4-15-1966

3-15-1971


Name of
Superintendent

W. C. Snow


E. R. Chadwick
Loren Webb
George W. Pratt
A. J. Wood
E. S. Crill
J. W. Strickland
A. J. Wood
Alex Strauz
Thomas W. Ralph
J. T. Cottingham
L. K. Tucker
J. D. Cottingham
Charles H. Price
L. S. Barstow
William M. Thomas
Carey E. Ferrell, Jr.

John F. Gaines


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-70.
Also 1871-1872
Resigned 9-21-1877

Resigned 12-12-1879
Resigned 1-11-1881
Resigned 3-25-1885








Resigned 2-28-1966
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11-8-1966;
Resigned 3-15-1971
Appointed by Governor; Elected 11-7-1972


ST. JOHNS

County formed July 21, 1821. Board of Public Instruction appointed February 23, 1869. School Board
organized April 30, 1869. N. D. Benedict, Chairman; 0. Bronson, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate


7-26-1845
5-23-1849
11- 9-1859
11- 8-1861
11-16-1863
12- 7-1864
1- 1-1866


E. B. Gould
Gad Humphreys
John Lott Phillips
G. A. Pacetty
James Middleton
Irvine Drysdale
John L. Phillips


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


4- 4-1875
3- 5-1877


Name of
Superintendent of

0. Bronson

0. Bronson, M.D.
C. 0. Reynolds


Remarks


No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-.

Resigned


4- 2-1849
11-29-1851
10-17-1853
10-31-1855
3-31-1856
5-19-1857
1- 25-1859
11-25-1859
11-28-1861
3-20-1863
10-30-1863
3-10-1865








Date of
Commission or
Appointment

3- 5-1877
3-13-1879
11- 8-1880
11-29-1884
1- 3-1893
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
1- 7-1913
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
1- 8-1957


Name of
Superintendent

Thomas T. Russell
Thomas A. Pacetti
Charles F. Perpall
Peter Arnow
R. F. Sabate
E. H. Reynolds
W. S. M. Pinkham
Deloren D. Corbett
Robert B. Meserve
C. G. Oldfather
D. D. Corbett
John A. Crookshank
W. Douglas Hartley


ST. LUCIE

County formed May 24, 1905. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned July 5, 1905. First School Board
composed of B. F. Hardesty, W. J. Nesbett, J. M. Orrel.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7-13-1905
7-12-1907
1- 5-1909
12-30-1909
12- 9-1910
8- 1-1918
1- 6-1925
6-24-1925
5-17-1929
11-19-1930
6- 7-1945
1- 8-1957
1- 7-1969
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

C. P. Platts
W. J. Nesbitt
N. M. Tedder
A. D. Penny
J. W. Hodge
E. E. Smith
W. E. Riggs
Mrs. Edgar Lewis
A. M. Sample
N. H. Bullard
D. C. Huskey
Ben L. Bryan
J. Walter Hebb
D. R. Seelinger


Remarks


Resigned 6-20-1907

Deceased

Resigned 8-1-1918

Resigned 6-16-1925
Resigned 5-15-1929

Deceased


SANTA ROSA

County formed February 18, 1842. Board of Public Instruction appointed July 25, 1869.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Judge of Probate

Timothy Twitchell
John Chain
Dixon H. Golson
Neill McMillan


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


9- 1-1874
4- 2-1879
3-22-1881
3-24-1883
11- 5-1885
10- 1-1886
1- 7-1889


Name of
Superintendent

J. A. Chaffin

D. H. Gholson
G. G. McWhorter
I. E. Allen
David Turner
S. T. Walker
W. J. Stephens
George W. Curtis


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-74.




Resigned 9-30-1886


ST. JOHNS
(Continued)


Remarks


Resigned


Date
Appointed

7-26-1845
8-17-1849
12-14-1859
12-18-1865




SANTA ROSA
(Continued)


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

1- 3-1893
1- 5-1909
9-19-1916
8-12-1920
9- 1-1926
1- 7-1941
1- 4-1949
8- 8-1956


Name of
Superintendent

E. L. McDaniel
J. T. Diamond
J. D. Smith, Jr.
R. B. Hobbs
J. C. Word
M. B. Gross
Charles F. Morris
Radford M. Locklin


Remarks


Resigned
Resigned
Resigned


9-10-1916
7-31-1920
9-1-1926


Resigned 7-18-1956


SARASOTA

County formed May 14, 1921. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned July 13, 1921. First School Board
composed of A. L. Joiner, Thomas L. Livermore, and Guy M. Ragan.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

7- 13-1921
1- 2-1945
1- 6-1953

1- 1-1961

7- 2-1965



3-23-1971


Name of
Superintendent

T. W. Yarbrough
Verman Kimbrough
Carl C. Strode

Russell W. Wiley

Thomas Watson Guilford



Dr. Gene M. Pillot


Remarks


Appointed by School Board for
remainder of term 6-5-1957
Appointed by County Board under
Constitutional Amendment
Appointed by County Board under
Constitutional Amendment. Retired
6-1-1971.
Appointed Acting Superintendent by
School Board. Appointed Superintendent
by School Board 6-15-1971.


SEMINOLE

County formed April 25, 1913. Board of Public Instruction appointed August 7, 1913. First School Board
composed of F. T. Forster, S. C. Dickson, J. Tildon Jacobs.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

8- 7-1913
10-20-1916
1- 6-1953
6-30-1967
1- 7-1969
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent


D. L. Thrasher
T. W. Lawton
Rayburn T. Milwee
William J. Phillips
John Angel
William P. Layer


Remarks


Appointed and later elected
Resigned 6-28-1967
Appointed by Governor ; Elected 11-5-1968


SUMMER

County formed January 8, 1853. Board of Public Instruction appointed June 11, 1869. School Board organized
informally. John B. Tillman, Chairman.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

1-28-1853 Wilson C. Williams
2-26-1856 D. B. Chapman
1- 8-1858 John B. Tillman
11-12-1859 Wilson C. Willaims
11-30-1861 Daniel B. Chapman
11-16-1863 A. J. Cassady
12-21-1865 James F. Kilgore





SUMMER
(Continued)


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

6-28-1872
9- 8-1874
2-26-1877
4- 4-1879
1-26-1881
10- 4-1882
1-26-1885
4-24-1885
12-29-1885
1- 4-1887
1- 6-1893
1- 5-1897
11-21-1910
1- 4-1921
1- 3-1933
10- 8-1940
1- 4-1949
1- 8-1957
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

A. P. Roberts
Arthur Fox
A. P. Roberts
H. H. Duncan
A. C. Clark
A. H. Helvenston
A. P. Roberts
C. F. Venable
David L. Hubbard
Clinton W. Witfield
W. B. Hare
John A. Jones
G. H. Tompkins
W. T. Eddins
Broward Miller
G. B. Tompkins
Broward Miller
Herbert Simmons
Joe Strickland


Remarks

Also 1871
Removed 2-8-1877

Resigned 1-3-1881
Resigned 9-23-1882

Resigned 4-17-1885
Resigned 1-1-1886



Resigned 10-17-1910


Resigned 9-25-1940


SUWANNEE

County formed December 21, 1858. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 7, 1869. School Board organized
July 9, 1869. J. F. White, Chairman; J. J. Taylor, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

5-19-1859 Joshua Caraway
11-15-1861 Gatesworth L. Carruth
9- 9-1864 George E. McClellan
10-10-1866 Thomas A. Carruth


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


7-27-1872
8- 1-1874
12- 9-1874
1-22-1877
2-22-1879
3- 3-1885
1- 3-1893
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
1- 5-1909
1- 4-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 7-1941
10- 4-1944
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1953
1- 8-1957
1-17-1961
9- 8-1964
1- 5-1968


Name of
Superintendent

J. J. Taylor

M. M. Blackburn
Adam Young
George R. Thralls
Geroge C. White
J. 0. C. Jones
A. Warren Mixell
B. F. Umstead
A. W. Mizell
James E. Wood
J. W. O'Hara
John A. Holmes
Thomas W. Sweat
W. T. Newsome
Perry A. Holmes
Mrs. Perry A. Holmes
Clayton C. Bass
Henry M. Folsom
Rees Mills
Everett L. Williamson
Henry M. Folsom
Spessard Boatright


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-70.
Also 1871
Resigned 11-20-1874












Resigned 8-31-1944



Deceased
Resigned 9-8-1964
Appointed by Governor ; Elected 11-3-1964





TAYLOR

County formed December 23, 1856. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 7, 1869. First School Board
organized June 26, 1869. W. C. Carlton, Chairman; James H. Wentworth, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869


Date
Appointed

7- 4-1857
12-21-1857


Judge of Probate

John Osteen
Robert Henderson


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


4-12-1873
4-27-1874
2-12-1877
5- 5-1877
4- 2-1879
3-18-1881
4- 7-1885
1-25-1887
5- 8-1887
2-11-1889
1- 5-1893
1- 5-1897
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 5-1909
1- 7-1913
1- 4-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
1- 7-1941
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 3-1961
2- 3-1964
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent

James S. Wentworth


Joseph S. Howell
Joseph H. Sappington
Henry Tillman
Thomas J. Faulkner
Emory Vann
F. J. Franklin
Thomas J. Faulkner
Samuel A. Wilcox
John B. Hendry
John R. Kelly
John P. Whidden
K. M. Tedder
W. A. Hendry
Abner E. Morgan
W. A. Hendry
Festsu S. Jackson
W. T. Cash
L. R. Moore
W. E. Inman
L. R. Moore
S. L. Walker
Paul D. Bird
Dublin S. Register
Alton H. Wentworth
Vern Davis
Alan E. Hart
Dr. Cecil Carlton


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-1872.

Removed
Removed 1-26-1877
Deceased



Resigned January 1887















Military leave 1-18-1944


Resigned 11-27-1963
Appointed by Governor ; Elected 11-3-1964


UNION

County formed May 20, 1921. County Board of Public Instruction commissioned September 27, 1921. First School
Board composed of J. 0. Dennison, A. T. Mizell, and N. H. Stokes.

Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment

9-27-1921
1- 6-1925
1- 7-1941


1- 2-1945
1- 5-1965


Name of
Superintendent

0. L. Mizell
T. Shepard Thomas
Richard Warren


T. Shepard Thomas
James H. Cason, III


Remarks


Military leave 11-1-1942.
Christian F. Warren served as
Acting Superintedent.


-43-





VOLUSIA

County formed December 29, 1854. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 24, 1869. School Board partially
organized September 4, 1869. J. C. Maley, Chairman; William F. Buckner, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate


1-16-1855
12-31-1855
11-26-1863


H. R. Williams
James H. Chandler
Robert Shields


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


12-15-1873
10-22-1875
2-28-1877
8-15-1878
9-13-1880
5-10-1882
1-24-1885
11- 9-1888
1-12-1889
1- 3-1893
1- 5-1897
8-25-1900
7- 5-1906
10- 4-1912
4-20-1923
1- 8-1957
9- 1-1968
1- 7-1969
1- 7-1974

7- 1-1974


Name of
Superintendent

William F. Buckner

Champ H. Spenser

C. G. Selleck
George J. Alden
James H. Chandler
James Wilkinson
A. Crenshaw
L. D. Huston
B. F. Fox
Thomas N. Jenkins
N. S. C. Perkins
E. B. Pooser
John B. Parkinson
Bert Fish
A. 0. Botts
C. R. M. Sheppard
George W. Marks
John H. Smiley
Raymond G. Dunne
Raymond G. Dunne
Raymond G. Dunne

Dr. Donald G. Gill


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-1870.
No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-1872.

Removed 1-10-1877
Resigned 5-29-1878

Resigned 4-12-1882

Resigned 10-20-1888
Resigned 11-22-1888


Resigned 8-16-1900
Resigned 6-29-1906
Resigned 10-1-1912
Resigned 5-1-1923
Commission effective 5-1-1923
Resigned 8-31-1968
Appointed by Governor

Appointed by School Board
Resigned 7-1-1974
Appointed by School Board


WAKULLA

County formed March 11, 1843. Board of Public Instruction appointed March 13, 1869. First School Board
organized August 14, 1859. Silas D. Allen, Chairman; D. W. Core, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate

7-26-1845 John G. Park
10-23-1851 William J. Council
10-17-1853 George Miller
11-13-1855 John G. Bevill
10-29-1863 David Lewis
12-18-1865 H. L. Henderson


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


8-23-1873
7-29-1876


Name of
Superintendent

D. W. Core

John S. Morning

Gustave Jaenicke
John S. Moring


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-1870.
No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-1872.

Deceased 1-23-1877





WAKULLA


12- 1-1877
3- 2-1881
3- 8-1883
1-23-1884
2-16-1886
1- 3-1893
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 5-1909
9-10-1920
1- 3-1933
1- 5-1937
1- 4-1949
1- 6-1953
1- 5-1965
8-16-1968
1- 5-1969


John L. Crawford
W. T. Duval
E. Y. Watts
W. T. Duval
R. B. Forbes
Stephen M. Revell
A. K. Causseaux
Stephen M. Revell
Charles K. Allen
Jacob C. Pigott, Jr.
A. R. Pearce
S. W. Revell
R. D. Altman
C. L. Townsend
William E. Whaley
William Payne
William Payne


WALTON

County formed December 29, 1824. Board of Public Instruction appointed July 12, 1869. School Board organized
September 4, 1869. Samuel Rutan, Chairman; John Gillis, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate


7-26-1845


Daniel McLeod


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment


2-18-1873
4- 1-1875
3- 1-1877
7-26-1879
9-16-1881
5- 9-1883
5-13-1885
7-21-1887
12-27-1888
9-14-1891
1- 5-1893
1- 8-1901
10- 5-1904
1- 5-1909
1- 2-1917
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
1- 4-1949
1- 8-1957
1- 3-1961


Name of
Superintendent

John Gillis

Duncan G. McLeod

J. L. McKinnon
A. J. Gillis
C. B. McFarland
J. W. Campbell
James Evans
John C. Douglass
C. C. Gunn
N. J. McKinnon
John A. Campbell
James Russell
R. Q. Baker
W. H. Watson
R. Q. Baker
Danial N. Trotman
J. J. Kennedy
Archie N. Anderson
Alex Caswell
John F. Bludworth
Grey Wilson
John E. Baldwin


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-1870. Deceased
No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1871-1872.

Removed 1-30-1877


Resigned 4-27-1883



Resigned 6-11-1891


Resigned 9-3-1904


WASHINGTON

County formed December 9, 1825. Board of Public Instruction appointed April 9, 1869. School Board organized
July 28, 1869. John F. White, Chairman; J. L. Russ, County School Superintendent.

Judge of Probate Who Acted as County Superintendent
of Schools Prior to 1869

Date
Appointed Judge of Probate


7-26-1845
1- 6-1847


Washington Tabor
John W. Keith


Resigned

Left the county





Resigned 9-6-1920





Resigned 8-15-1968
Appointed by Governor










Washington Tabor
Martin B. Everet
Jesse R. Lassiter


Superintendent of Schools


Date of
Commission or
Appointment



5- 8-1872
11-22-1877
6- 5-1884
7-13-1886
12-15-1888
11-14-1893
1- 8-1901
1- 3-1905
1- 7-1913
1- 2-1917
5- 1-1920
1- 6-1925
1- 8-1929
1- 3-1933
1- 2-1945
1- 6-1953
7- 1-1961
7- 1-1968
1- 2-1973


Name of
Superintendent


J. L. Russ

Thomas Hannah
Daniel H. Horn
Henry Bush
W. J. Tiller
L. L. Charles
W. C. Lockey
L. L. Pratt
Benjamin F. Gainer
W. T. Horne
J. H. Varnum
James T. Hightower
James F. Russ
J. L. Kirkland
Neil D. Blue
Russell Simmons
William T. McFatter, Jr.
Colly V. Williams
Dr. Al G. Lowe
Kelly Brock


Remarks

No record of Commission. Believed to
have served 1869-1871.
Resigned 11-10-1877



Suspended 10-7-1893




Resigned 5-1-1920


Resigned 7-1-1961
Resigned 6-30-1968
Appointed by Governor;


Elected 11- 5-1968


-46-


WASHINGTON
(Continued)


5-23-1849
2-11-1856
11-23-1856




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