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The Beginnings of Goulds — 8 Comments

    • I believe Richmond Heights was named after the Richmond Naval Air Station, which is where the Goldcoast Railroad Museum is now located. I suspect that Richmond Heights took its name from Richmond Drive, which was named after Samuel H. Richmond so there is an indirect link there, no doubt. I doubt that the founder of Richmond Heights knew the significance of the name, though. If anyone would like to write an article about Richmond Heights, I’d be more than happy to publish it!

  1. Good day, my name is Tangela and I was reading this article and my aunt was telling me about the research that she found. I’m going to Florida (actually she’s my great-aunt) and I’m trying to find out are you talking about my grandfather Preston Lee who was married to Daisy Lee. We all have resided in Goulds, Florida. It Would be nice to know if you were talking about my grandfather.

    • My husband, Charles Burr, Jr.’s grandfather, Raymond Y. Burr, was partner with Mr. Bush in farming out in the glade to the east of Burr and Bush Rd. Theirs were the only 2 houses around in the ‘20s.

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