Zephyrhills (Images of America) by Madonna Jervis Wise

By Madonna Jervis Wise

Zephyrhills has had many monikers, together with Oakdale, Abbott, Abbott Station, pleasant urban, and town of natural Water. The common attraction of this precious situation is the weaving of numerous humans. local american citizens first imprinted the world and are immortalized this present day at within reach fortress Foster and citadel Dade. In 1886, Simon J. Temple bought land from the Florida Railway and Navigation company. quickly after, Capt. H. B. Jeffries of the Pennsylvania twenty eighth Calvary demonstrated a Civil conflict veterans� colony with son-in-law Raymond Moore. Jeffries coined the town�s glossy identify in the course of a multisensory expedition to the top elevation point�scenic LeHeup Hill�where he gazed down at the urban (no doubt taking in pastoral perspectives and respiring clean air from mild breezes off the hills) and exclaimed, �a haven of �zephyr� hills!�

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Zephyrhills (Images of America)

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