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Funeral Homes in Cedar Key, FL
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Chiefland, FL 32626
Facts about the city
Cedar Key is a city in Levy County, Florida, United States. The population was 702 at the 2010 census. The Cedar Keys are a cluster of islands near the mainland. Most of the developed area of the city has been on Way Key since the end of the 19th century. The Cedar Keys are named for the Eastern Red Cedar, Juniperus virginiana, once abundant in the area.
Cedar Key Obituaries
It was revealed on October 28th, 2018 that Michael James Baggs perished in Cedar Key, Florida. Baggs was 61 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Michael James's life.
It was written by The Desert Sun on December 19th, 2017 that Wilda Yancey (Finlayson) perished in Los Angeles, California. Ms. Yancey was 99 years old and was born in Cedar Key, FL. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Wilda's life.
It was disclosed by Ocala Star Banner on August 5th, 2012 that Mary Ann Delaino (Moore) perished in Cedar Key, Florida. Ms. Delaino was 94 years old. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Mary Ann's life.
It was written on February 21st, 2012 that Merl Franklin Jr Fenton passed away in Cedar Key, Florida. Fenton was 73 years old and was born in Pontiac, MI. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Merl Franklin Jr's life.
It was reported on February 21st, 2012 that Merl Franklin Jr Fenton passed away in Cedar Key, Florida. Fenton was 73 years old and was born in Pontiac, MI. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Merl Franklin Jr's life.
The Cedar Keys were used by Seminole Indians, by the Spanish as a watering stop for ships returning to Spain from Mexico and by pirates, such as Jean Lafitte and Captain Kidd. An Archaeology dig at Shell Mound, nine miles north of Cedar Key, found Artifact (archaeology) dating back to 500 B.C. Followers of William Augustus Bowles, self-declared "Director General of the State of Muskogee," built a watchtower in the vicinity of Cedar Key in 1801. The Cedar Keys are a cluster of islands close to the mainland. .
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