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Florida Counties
Surrogate's, Estate and Probate Records

93 records, counting
The estate files with or without wills, with different details of the family.
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| Alachua | Baker | Bay | Bradford | Brevard | Broward | Calhoun | Charlotte | Citrus | Clay | Collier | Columbia | Desoto | Dixie | Duval | Escambia |

| Flagler | Franklin | Gadsden | Gilchrist | Glades | Gulf | Hamilton | Hardee | Henry | Hernando | Highlands | Hillsborough | Holmes | Indian River |

| Jackson | Jefferson | Lafayette | Lake | Lee | Leon | Levy | Liberty | Madison | Manatee | Marion | Martin | Miami-Dade | Monroe | Nassau |

| Okaloosa | Okechobee | Orange | Osceola | Palm Beach | Pasco | Pinellas | Polk | Putnam |

| Saint Johns | Saint Lucie | Santa Rosa | Sarasota | Seminole | Sumter | Suwannee | Taylor | Union | Volusia | Wakulla | Walton | Washington |

Renamed and abolished Counties:
Changed or Extinct counties:
New River changed to Bradford County, 24 Dec 1850
Mosquito changed to Orange County, 30 Jan 1845
Hernando County (old), renamed Benton County 6 May 1844, then new Hernando County was set off from Benton County 24 Dec 1850.
Saint Lucie (old), renamed Brevard 6 Jan 1855, then new Saint Lucie was reformed from old Saint Lucie 24 May 1905.

  1. Alachua
  2. Baker
  3. Bay
  4. Bradford
  5. Brevard
  6. Broward
  7. Calhoun
  8. Charlotte
  9. Citrus
  10. Clay
  11. Collier
  12. Columbia
  13. Desoto
  14. Dixie
  15. Duval
  16. Escambia
  17. Flagler
  18. Franklin
  19. Gadsden
  20. Gilchrist
  21. Glades
  22. Gulf
  23. Hamilton
  24. Hardee
  25. Henry
  26. Hernando
  27. Highlands
  28. Hillsborough
  29. Holmes
  30. Indian River
  31. Jackson
  32. Jefferson
  33. Lafayette
  34. Lake
  35. Lee
  36. Leon
  37. Levy
  38. Liberty
  39. Madison
  40. Manatee
  41. Marion
  42. Martin
  43. Miami-Dade
  44. Monroe
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  45. Nassau
  46. Okaloosa
  47. Okeechobee
  48. Orange
  49. Osceola
  50. Palm Beach
  51. Pasco
  52. Pinellas
  53. Polk
  54. Putnam
  55. Saint Johns
  56. Saint Lucie
  57. Santa Rosa
  58. Seminole
  59. Sumter
  60. Suwannee
  61. Taylor
  62. Union
  63. Volusia
  64. Wakulla
  65. Walton
  66. Washington
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