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Oct 21 2010
1 Ashley Greene (born 1987) Actress, best known for her role as Alice Cullen in "Twilight (2008 film)" 10864
2 Limp Bizkit (1994) Nu-Metal 10208
3 Lynyrd Skynyrd (1970) Southern Rock 9835
4 Ray Charles (1930-2004) blind, soulful singer 7324
5 Yoanna House (born 1980) fashion model 5570
6 Tim Tebow (born 1987) 2007 Heisman Trophy Winner, Quarterback University of Florida 5237
7 Fred Durst (born 1970) Lead singer, founder of Nu metal band Limp Bizkit 4898
8 Kelly Kelly (born 1987) WWE Diva 4462
9 The Allman Brothers Band (1969) Southern Rock 4401
10 Shinedown (2001) Rock 4386
11 Whitney Thompson (born 1987) Fashion Model 3797
12 Yellowcard (1997) Pop Punk 3213
13 Rena Mero (born 1967) formerly Rena Greek aka "Sable," WWE WWF wrestler and actress 3028
14 Chipper Jones (born 1972) MLB 3rd Base Atlanta Braves 2867
15 Elijah Burke (born 1978) TNA professional wrestler 2769
16 Mase (born 1977) hip hop star 2664
17 The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (2003) Rock 2439
18 Ottis Toole (1947-1996) Serial killer and probable murderer of Adam Walsh 2196
19 Ronnie Van Zant (1948-1977) singer, songwriter, founder of Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd 2155
20 .38 Special (1975) Rock 1984
21 Cold (1996) Post-Grunge 1703
22 Pat Boone (born 1934) popular 1950s singer and teen idol 1685
23 Molly Hatchet (1975) Southern Rock 1510
24 Elizabeth Edwards (born 1949) attorney and wife of Senator John Edwards 1224
25 Derek Trucks (born 1979) child prodigy on guitar, member of Allman Brothers Band & Derek Trucks Band 1206
26 Gary Rossington (born 1951) guitarist, songwriter and founrding member of Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd 928
27 Linden Ashby (born 1960) television actor 816
28 Johnny Van Zant (born 1959) lead vocalist for Lynyrd Skynyrd since reforming in 1987 808
29 Blackfoot (1972) Rock/Southern Rock 767
30 Allen Collins (1952-1990) guitarist, songwriter and founding member of Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd 744
31 Vic Chesnutt (born 1964) folk rock singer-songwriter 728
32 A. Philip Randolph (1889-1979) African American civil rights activist 692
33 "Merciless" Ray Mercer (born 1961) former WBO World Heavyweight Champion 1991 and Olympic Gold Medalist 684
34 Vijay Singh (born 1963) 665
35 Brian Dawkins (born 1973) NFL safety Philadelphia Eagles 650
36 Travis Tomko (born 1976) (TomKo) TNA professional wrestler 643
37 John Archibald Wheeler (1911-2008) innovative theoretical physicist 642
38 James Weldon Johnson (1871-1938) African-American activist; composed words for Negro National Anthem 629
39 Henry Morrison Flagler (1830-1913) American tycoon, real estate promoter, railroad developer and partner in Standard Oil 614
40 Black Kids (2006) Indie Rock 595
41 Rick Dees (born 1950) radio disc jockey, recorded #1 novelty hit "Disco Duck" 567
42 Scott McKenzie (born 1939) Rock and roll singer 561
43 Sam Rivers (born 1977) bass player for the band, Limp Bizkit 520
44 Jonathan Papelbon (born 1980) MLB pitching closer Boston Red Sox 502
45 Ryan Key (born 1979) lead singer of the punk rock band, Yellowcard 496
46 Terry Balsamo (born 1972) lead guitar for the band, Cold 481
47 Lil Duval (born 1981) Comedian 471
48 Donnie Van Zant (born 1952) lead singer of Southern rock band .38 Special 468
49 Evergreen Terrace (2001) Melodic-Hardcore 419
50 Jabar Gaffney (born 1980) NFL Wide receiver New England Patriots 407
51 David Duval (born 1971) professional golfer 382
52 Classics IV (1965) Pop Rock 378
53 Laveranues Coles (born 1977) NFL wide receiver New York Jets 356
54 Rex Smith (born 1955) actor and singer 341
55 Bob Hayes (1942-2002) 1964 Olympic Gold Medalist (2) sprinter; former NFL wide receiver for Dallas Cowboys 335
56 69 Boyz (1993) Hip Hop 309
57 Leon Washington (born 1982) NFL running back New York Jets 279
58 Gary U.S. Bonds (born 1939) R&B singer 273
59 Michael Persinger (born 1945) Neuroscientist, psychologist and noted philanthropist 273
60 Quad City DJ's (1995) Hip Hop 269
61 Jessica Morris (born 1980) television actress 267
62 Asia Cruise (born 1990) contemporary R&B singer 246
63 Brett Myers (born 1980) MLB relief pitcher Philadelphia Phillies 245
64 Paula Kelly (born 1943) actress best known for roles in Sweet Charity and The Andromeda Strain 229
65 Lito Sheppard (born 1977) NFL cornerback Philadelphia Eagles 226
66 Philip Don Estridge (1937-1985) "Father of the IBM PC", led development of original IBM Personal Computer 225
67 Merian C. Cooper (1893-1973) Hollywood director, producer & writer 221
68 Johnny Tillotson (born 1939) pop singer, songwriter, actor 218
69 Darren O'Day (born 1982) 217
70 Daniel Hollie (born 1977) WWE professional wrestler 215
71 Danny Joe Brown (1951-2005) songwriter and former singer for the band, Molly Hatchet 211
72 Vince Coleman (born 1961) MLB left fielder St. Louis Cardinals 201
73 Corrine Brown (born 1946) U.S. representative 197
74 Scooter Ward (born 1970) singer, founder of post-grunge/alternative metal band Cold 195
75 Electric President (2003) Indie/Electronic 190
76 Jean Ribault (1520-1565) French naval officer who established a haven for the Huguenots on the future site of Jacksonville 171
77 Dee Brown (born 1969), Former NBA player Boston Celtics, Toronto Raptors, and Orlando Magic 166
78 Patrick Barry (born 1981) independent filmmaker, writer, director, producer 155
79 Tom DiCillo (born 1954) film director, screenwriter and cinematographer 153
80 Riley Skinner (born 1986) Quarterback Wake Forest University 151
81 Harold Carmichael (born 1949) NFL wide receiver with Philadelphia Eagles for 14 seasons 149
82 Jack Sheldon (born 1931) American bebop and West Coast jazz trumpeter, singer & actor 143
83 Tiffany Selby (born 1981) Model, Playboy Playmate July, 2007 140
84 Charles E. Merrill (1885-1956) co-founder of Merrill, Lynch & Company 140
85 Edgar Bennett (born 1969) Green Bay Packers running back 139
86 John Chaney (born 1932) former Temple University basketball coach 138
87 Glenn Jones (born 1962) R&B/Gospel Singer 137
88 Louis Wolfson (1912-2007) Wall Street Financier, race horse owner/breeder & philanthropist 134
89 Meinhardt Raabe (born 1915), The Coroner Munchkin The Wizard of Oz, resides at Penny Farms Retirement Community 133
90 Travis Taylor (born 1978) NFL wide receiver 133
91 Ron Duguay (born 1957) 131
92 Wanda Hendrix (1928-1981) Hollywood actress married & divorced from World War II hero Audie Murphy 129
93 Patrika Darbo (born 1948) television actress 129
94 The Summer Obsession (2006) Pop Rock 122
95 Shannon Wright singer-songwriter 122
96 Nichole Van Croft (born 1973) Model, Playboy Playmate October, 2000 119
97 Napoleon B. Broward (1857-1910) 19th governor of Florida 1905-1909; Jacksonville Sheriff 1888-1894 119
98 Connie Fletcher (born 1982) television actress 119
99 Leonard Jackson (born 1928) African American actor who starred on the PBS TV shows Sesame Street and Shining Time Station 118
100 Denham Fouts (1914-1949) American prostitute, socialite & literary muse 113
101 Rogue (born 1972) lead singer for the American goth/electropop band, The Crüxshadows 110
102 Otis Smith (born 1964) former NBA player and GM Orlando Magic 109
103 Rashean Mathis (born 1980) NFL cornerback Jacksonville Jaguars 106
104 Wayne Weaver (born 1935) Shoe Store mogul and majority owner of Jacksonville Jaguars 103
105 Rod Gardner (born 1977) NFL wide receiver Kansas City Chiefs 101
106 Alfred I. duPont (1864-1935) American industrialist, financier and philanthropist 98
107 Fred Funk (born 1956) 97
108 Donna Deegan (born 1962) television News Anchor 96
109 Claude R. Kirk, Jr. (born 1926) 36th governor of Florida 1967-1971 95
110 James MacDonough (born 1970) former Iced Earth and Megadeth bass player 91
111 95 South (1992) Hip Hop 88
112 Frankie Manning (born 1914) dancer and choreographer 88
113 John Delaney (born 1956) former mayor of Jacksonville and current president of the University of North Florida. 86
114 Marcus Thomas (born 1985) (defensive tackle) 85
115 Jennifer Rovero (born 1978) Model, Playboy Playmate July, 1999 85
116 Amer Delic (born 1982) professional tennis player 85
117 Leanza Cornett (born 1971) Miss America 1993, television actress 80
118 Nate Campbell (born 1972) professional boxer and lightweight title holder 79
119 Ryan Freel (born 1976) MLB fielder Cincinnati Reds 79
120 Billy Daniels (1915-1988) big band singer, actor 79
121 Scott Borland (born 1977) former keyboard player for the band, Limp Bizkit 77
122 David Jack Holt (1927-2003) Child Actor groomed to be the male Shirley Temple 74
123 Paul Durousseau (born 1970) Serial killer nicknamed the Killer Cabbie 73
124 Ciatrick Fason (born 1982) former NFL running back Minnesota Vikings 71
125 Glenn Davis (born 1961) (baseball) 70
126 Greg Eklund (born 1970) drummer of Everclear 70
127 Billy Butler (born 1986) DH for Kansas City Royals 69
128 Ander Crenshaw (born 1944) State Representative 1972-1978; State Senator 1986-1994; U.S. Representative: 4th congressional district 2001-2008+ 66
129 Daniel Murphy (born 1985) first baseman for the New York Mets 65
130 Shawn Jefferson (born 1969) 64
131 Burn Season (2001) Hard rock 63
132 William Tuttle (1912-2007) major Hollywood makeup artist for over 300 movies and television shows 61
133 Nancy Hogshead-Makar (born 1962) former US National and 1984 Olympic swimmer 61
134 Brian Clark (born 1983) (American football) 60
135 Henriette Allais (born 1954) Model, Playboy Playmate March, 1980 60
136 Alan Stephenson Boyd (born 1922) the first United States Secretary of Transportation 60
137 W. Haydon Burns (1912-1987) 35th governor of Florida 1965-1967; Jacksonville mayor 1949-1965 60
138 Anna Kingsley (1793-1870) former slave turned businesswoman and slaveholder 58
139 Kelly Hayes (born 1973) lead guitarist for the band, Cold 58
140 Sam McCandless (born 1978) drummer for the band, Cold 57
141 Sam Cowart (born 1975) 57
142 Nat Glover (born 1943) first African American sheriff of Jacksonville, 1995-2003 57
143 Ron Meeks (born 1954) 55
144 Patty Moise (born 1960) NASCAR driver 53
145 LeeRoy Yarbrough (1938-1984) NASCAR driver 52
146 Greg Coleman (born 1987) 51
147 Derrick Alexander (born 1973) NFL defensive end 51
148 Dez White (born 1979) 51
149 Derrick Gaffney (born 1955) 49
150 Francis P. Fleming (1841-1908) 15th governor of Florida 1889-1893 45
151 Tim Deegan (born 1960) television Meteorologist 44
152 Ron Sellers (born 1947) 43
153 Jackie Moore (born 1946) R&B singer 41
154 Pettidee (born 1973) a popular Christian hip-hop artist 41
155 Ed Ball (1888-1981) Shrewd businessman who ran the Alfred I. duPont Testamentary Trust for 46 years 39
156 Jeremy Papelbon (born 1987) 39
157 Coley Wallace (1927-2005) heavyweight boxer and actor 38
158 Fuller Warren (1905-1973) 30th governor of Florida 1949-1953 38
159 Ken Burrough (born 1948) 37
160 Jo Ann Campbell (born 1938) country/pop singer & actress 37
161 Duncan U. Fletcher (1859-1936) 2-term mayor of Jacksonville and U.S. Senator 1909-1936 35
162 John W. Martin (1884-1958) former Jacksonville mayor and 24th governor of Florida 1921-1925 34
163 Zephaniah Kingsley (1765-1843) slaveholder and owner of Kingsley Plantation 34
164 Ray Nettles (1949-2009) Canadian Football league Hall of Fame linebacker 33
165 Tommy Hazouri (born 1945) former Jacksonville mayor and current Duval school board member 33
166 Jeremy Marshall (born 1971) bassist for the band, Cold 32
167 Norris Coleman (born 1961) 32
168 Mildred Thompson (1935-2003) painter, printmaker and sculptor 32
169 Guss Scott (born 1987) 32
170 Henry John Klutho (1873–1964) Prairie School architect who impacted redevelopment of Jacksonville following the Great Fire of 1901 32
171 Larry Brown (born 1949) 32
172 George Paxton (c. 1914-1989), big band jazz leader, saxophonist, composer, producer 31
173 Bryan Barker (born 1964) 31
174 Charles Edward Bennett (1910-2003) U.S. representative from 2nd/3rd congressional district 1949-93 31

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