Welcome to St. Lucie County, Florida Genealogy Trails!
Founded: March 14, 1844
Named for Saint Lucie of Syracuse
County Seat: Fort Pierce
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Up until 1905 the area had been under Brevard County (although Brevard County
had been named St. Lucie County from 1844 until 1855 when it was renamed Brevard County). During the summer of
1905, St. Lucie County was created from the southern part of Brevard County with the county seat being at Fort
Pierce. Settlements at the time in St. Lucie County's boundaries included Jensen, Eden, Anknona, Walton, Eldred,
White City, Viking, St. Lucie, Oslo, Vero, Quay, Sebastian and others.
In 1925, Indian River County was created out of the northern part of St. Lucie County, while Martin County was
created from a small part of southeastern St. Lucie County and the northern part of Palm Beach County during that
same year. Much of western St Lucie County had already gone in 1917 to form Okeechobee County.
City of Fort Pierce -- City of Port St. Lucie -- Village of St. Lucie
* Ankona * Eden * Eldred * Fort Pierce North * Fort Pierce South * Hutchinson Island South * Indian River Estates
* Lakewood Park * North Hutchinson Island * River Park * St. Lucie West * Tradition * Walton * White City
Settlements in St. Lucie County's boundaries c. 1905 included Jensen, Eden, Anknona,
Walton, Eldred, White City, Viking, St. Lucie, Oslo, Vero, Quay, Sebastian and others.
|Recent Website Updates:
Feb 2012: Obituaries for ANDREWS, MCFEE, DITTMAR, TOTTEN, SNOW