Corrine Jones

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Corinne Jones
Born September 1, 1897
Died November 30, 1991
Spouse Scott Crothwaite Jones
Parents William & Secelia Jackson
Children Sybil, Scott Jr., Corinne, Rita

Corinne Harvey Jackson Jones (1897-1991) was an African-American community leader who served as director of the City of Pensacola's Fricker Recreation Center for many years. The Corinne Jones Center and its replacement the Sanders Beach-Corinne Jones Community Center were named for her.

She was the mother of Pensacola City Councilwoman Rita Jones.


  • "A Commemoration of a Legend and Servant of the People." New American Press, February 23, 1995.