Walton County Heritage
Association, Museum and
Genealogy Society

Preserving the History and Heritage of Walton County, Florida

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The Walton County Heritage Museum is open
Tuesday through Saturday, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Admission is free.
1140 Circle Drive
DeFuniak Springs, Florida 32435

New Phone Number: 850-401-2060    
Email: heritagemuseum@brighthouse.com

Explore Palmer College in 1926!

Perfect Gift for Florida Researchers!

The Encyclopedia of Florida Sheriffs:
1821-2008, Volumes I and II

Compiled and Edited by Victor R. Silvestri

The Encyclopedia contains a wealth of information about each sheriff and is sold only as a two volume set.

Price: $40.00 (includes $2.80 sales tax) cash or check only at the Museum.

$10.oo shipping will be added to online orders.

The Historic District: 188 Circle Drive, DeFuniak Springs

This Queen Ann design house was built about 1895 by one of the Graves brothers who were lumbermen. Later Albert Fletcher Bullard, who was also a prominent lumberman and banker, purchased the house. His businesses included the Bagdad Land and Lumber Company (secretary-treasurer and later president), First National Bank in DeFuniak Springs (president), and the Pine Institute of America (president). He also served as the representative from Walton County in the state legislature in 1927. The Bullard family lived in this house for many years. It was later purchased by Dr. Richard Thomas, a dentist in Crestview and DeFuniak Springs.

To see what it looks like now, click here.

Access past issues of Walton Relations here.
The March 2023 issue is available here.

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