|Birth: ||Mar. 13, 1867|
|Death: ||Feb. 7, 1953|
She was born in New York, NY, the daughter of Alexander Douglas (1834-1919) and Margaret Ann Hutchinson, and was the second wife of Gov. Napolean Bonaparte Broward who held this office January 3, 1905 to January 5, 1909.
Gov. Broward also served as the sheriff of Duval County, Florida, and in the Florida House of Representatives.
In December of 1883, Broward's first wife of 11 months(Georgiana Carolina "Carrie" Kemp) died during childbirth; Broward's son died a few days later. Broward withdrew from the river for a while and traveled north, but by 1885 he was back on the St. Johns, piloting his father-in-law's steamboat Kate Spencer. On the ship he met Annie Isabell Douglass, a frequent passenger. They were married in 1887
When he became governor in 1905, Annie and their 8 children had to rent a large home in Tallahassee for the first 2 years. In 1907 when the first mansion was completed, the Browards were the first to occupy Florida's official governor's home.
Annie Dorcas Broward who married Thomas H. Starrett
Jospehine Broward who married Francis Carlton Beckley
Enid Lyle Broward who married Lucius Augustus Hardee
Elsie Hortense Broward who married Allen Mason Dumas
Ella Jeanette Broward who married Edwin L. Shevlin
Agnes Caroline Broward who married Howard Read Craig
Florida Douglass Broward who married Henry Neil Segrest.
Elizabeth Hutchinson Broward who married William R. Crawford
Napolean Bonaparte Broward, III, who married Vivian Senterfit
Napoleon Bonaparte Broward (1857 - 1910)
Annie Dorcas Broward Starrett (1889 - 1923)*
Napoleon Bonaparte Broward (1910 - 1989)*
Note: This burial is part of a large plot dedicated to the Broward family
Created by: Jim Bass
Record added: Jan 09, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 32775419