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Adams had fathered a child with Ruby (whose husband Sam oversaw the illegal “bolita” gaming).Ruby’s murder conviction was overturned on a technicality in 1954 and she spent the next twenty years in the Florida State Mental Hospital in Chattahoochee after having been deemed mentally unfit to stand trial a second time.In 1957, the Florida Sheriffs’ Association received property north of Live Oak for use as a Boys’ Ranch.
Florida National Guard historian Robert Hawk noted that, “In the course of the Second World War, no unit of the Florida National Guard had more men killed, wounded in action, or dead from other causes than Company E, 124 Engineer Company.
The tree was located where the now-present Pepe's Mexican Grocery on U. In order to ease the supply problem into other parts of the Confederacy, the Confederate government decided to create a north-south railroad link into Georgia through Live Oak.
When a railroad depot was built nearby, the small community that sprung up around it was called “Live Oak Station” (first mentioned in records in 1861). During the Civil War, the Pensacola & Georgia Railroad served as a vital route for parts of North Florida, and earthworks were built where it crossed the Suwannee River west of Live Oak to deter Union attacks; these earthworks still exist as part of the Suwannee River State Park, one of Florida’s first State parks.
In 1940, the men of the local National Guard unit, Company E of the 124 Infantry (historically called the Suwannee Rifles), were mustered into service for one year of training at Camp Blanding, Florida.
A week after the December 7, 1941 surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the unit was assigned to the 31 Division at Fort Benning, Georgia, to serve as a model infantry training unit.