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Donna McGuire is the new County Coordinator for Sumter Co.  Donna lives in the area and is very familiar with it.  
Thanks Donna for volunteering.

The FLGenWeb is proud of our ability to provide you with this FREE site.  I hope that if you have information about Sumter, you will contact me

I will be happy to add your information.  Because people are willing to help people and share their information we are able to maintain our status of the largest FREE internet genealogy group of websites.  Pictures, bios, articles of interest, etc. make interesting reading for others.  A new section is being added for those whose family members were cremated.  If your loved one was born in Sumter, lived or died here or was interred here, email me with the information.  This is the only way future generations will find where our loved ones are if they are not listed in a cemetery.

The Sumter County Historical Society is still  working in Co-operation with Pasco County on the Restoration of a one of a kind Film that tells a story about the Cypress Logging industry with in the Withlacoochee, Lacoochee and Cumpressco area. All donations can be sent to P.O. Box 1621, Webster, Florida, 33597. Or you can take your donations to any SunTrust Bank. Just let them know that you want to make a deposit to the Sumter County Historical Society in the memo area of your check please WRITE ( Cummer Son Film Restoration Acct. Please save your receipt for your taxes. This a Tax deductible Society here in Sumter County.
In March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Florida Comprehensive Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Florida, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and cross linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index. 
This site is under reconstruction.  Please bear with me.  If you have questions before the site is fully operational please email me.

Volunteers Needed
We are always in search of help from on-line visitors. If you can provide information of Sumter County i.e.. documents, stories,  pictures, or look up assistance, please notify us via e-mail.. It's necessary that any submission be your own works, if it's from another source, a copyright release is required from the original writer.

Think you would like to share your genealogical  expertise with others?
Explore the possibilites of becoming a County Co-oridnator for a Florida County.  
Fran Smith


Sumter Co. Courthouse 1885
The 1885 Sumterville Courthouse that burned in 1909
                    The new Courthouse is now in Bushnell, Fl.

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Cremains listing wanted - people who were born, lived, died or their remains are in Sumter Co.


Announcement!!!!!   The Sumter County Historical Society Meeting's are held on the 4th Thursday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Sumterville Community Hall in Sumterville, FL. If you have any Question's please feel free to call or write the to address below. Please note that all DUE'S are needed no later than the Jan. 31 of each year. You may send your check for $ 10.00 to P.O. Box 1621, Webster, Florida, 33597.
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