SAINT JOHNS COUNTY.

State of Florida, Saint John's County:

We, the undersigned, George W. Atwood, .Judge of the county court of the comity stated, and J. D. Stanbury, clerk
of the circuit court of the county aforesaid, and D. L. Dunham, a justice of the peace of the county above
mentioned, constituting the board of county canvassers in and for the county stated, do hereby certify that we met
at the office of the clerk of the circuit court of the county aforesaid, on the eleventh day of November, the same
being four days after the general election held in the county of Saint John's and State aforesaid, on Tuesday, the
seventh day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-six, under and by virtue
of an act entitled "An act to provide for the registration of electors and the holding of elections," approved August 6,
1868, and an act amendatory thereto, approved February 27. 1872. We do hereby certify, from the returns on file
in the office of the clerk aforesaid—

That the whole number of votes cast for governor of Florida was eight hundred and thirty-nine, (839,) as follows,
viz: George F. Drew received live hundred and four (5M) votes; Marcellus L. Stearns received three hundred and
thirty-five (333) votes.

That the whole number of votes cast for lieutenant-governor was eight hundred and thirty-nine, (839,) as follows,
viz: Noble A. Hull received rive hundred and five (505) votes; David Montgomery received three hundred and thirty-
four (334) votes.

That the whole number of votes cast for Representative in Congress was eight hundred and thirty-nine, (839,) as
follows: Jesse J. Finley received five hundred and eight (508) votes; Horatio Bisbee received three hundred and
thirty-one (331) votes.

That the whole number of votes cast for electors of President and Vice-President was eight hundred and thirty-nine,
(839,) of which Wilkinson Call received five hundred and one (501) votes; James E. Yonge received five hundred
and one (501) votes; Robert B. Hilton received five hundred and one (501) votes; Robert Bullock received five
hundred and one (501) votes; Frederick C. Humphries received three hundred and thirty-eight (338) votes; Charles
H. Pearce received three hundred and thirty-eight ("38) votes; William H. Holden received three hundred and thirty-
eight (338) votes; Thomas W. Long received three hundred and thirty-eight (338) votes.

That the whole number of votes cast for State senator was eight hundred and thirty-nine, (839,) as follows: Francis
M. McMeekin received five hundred and three (503) votes; Henry R. Teasdale received three hundred and thirty-sis
(336) votes.

That the whole number of votes cast for member of assembly was eight hundred and thirty-three, (833,) as follows,
viz: Thomas J. Russel received five hundred and fifteen (515) votes; Domingo M. Pappy received three hundred
and eighteen (318) votes.

Witness our hands and seals of office, at Saint Augustine, in the county aforesaid, this eleventh day of November,
in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventh-six.

GEO. W. ATWOOD, Judge of the County Court of Saint John's County. J. D. STANBURY, Clerk of the Circuit and
County Courts of Saint John's County. [seal.]

DAVID L. DUNHAM,
Justice of the Peace of Saint John's County. Canvassed.

SAML. B. McLIN,

Chairman.


Note: Domingo M. Pappy was an African American from St. Augustine.
Certified Election Results of 1876
St. Johns County Florida
November 11, 1876
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