Tem, that is great information. I did attempt to find them on Find-A-Grave but nothing there. You mention a review of a register for the historical society, is that online or do you belong to that society? That listing appears to be at least two families, George W. 1864 was son to George W. 1832. Apparently there are two Mt. Zion Cemeteries in Columbia County with one located in a small community called Lulu.
(Next Day) Last night I found a reference to the publication you mentioned and it was in the library in Lake City. Got there today and got a copy of the location of the cemetery and now plan on making a “cemetery” trip to locate it, unable to find it on a Google map. I did also find last night a map from 1890
(list of Florida Counties maps, http://fcit.usf.edu/%E2%80%8Cflorida/maps/galleries/county/i...
1890 map with location of Bells Mill. This location is in the same area of the current day Interstate 10 and Interstate 75 junction just west of Lake City. http://fcit.usf.edu/florida/maps/pages/2100/f2163/f2163.htm
1890 map of Columbia County
Bells Mill post office 1885-1889 (from Columbia County Post Office List) http://genealogytrails.com/fla/columbia/ColumbiaCountyPostOf...
apparently there was a post office there as well.
Thanks so much for your quick reference, it has really helped in locating these people and the long forgotten place they called home.