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Alabama marriage notices from 1852 newspaper

Alabama Marriage Notices from the 1852 South Western Baptist Newspaper  2-4-1852 Married on the 14th inst., by the REV. A. VANHOOSE of Aberdeen, Mississippi,…

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Greene County, Alabama – Some marriages in the 1800s in Greene County, Alabama

SOME GREENE COUNTY, ALABAMA MARRIAGES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES Location of Greene County, Alabama License for JOHN M. BATES to marry ELIZABETH PATTON issued 11…

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Personal mentions in the first edition of the Birmingham Iron Age, published on February 12, 1874

Personal mentions from the first edition of the Birmingham Iron Age, published in Birmingham, Alabama on February 12, 1874 by Frank Duval and Roberts.…

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There were many historic Plantations near Faunsdale, Marengo County, Alabama

A number of National Register of Historic Places listed plantations are located a few miles from Faunsdale in Marengo County, Alabama. Faunsdale Plantation Faunsdale Plantation…

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Queries from the past – Abel, Bryan, O’Bar, Manning, Rogers, Reid, Calvert, Posey, Roberts, Walker, Collins, Perry, Gunter, Farris

GENEALOGICAL INQUIRIES FROM THE PAST Transcribed from The Alabama Historical Quarterly, Vol. 08, No. 01, Spring Issue 1946. The authors of these queries have…

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Transcribed excerpts of articles about local people in the Birmingham Iron Age from March 26, 1874.

Below are some excerpts of articles and stories about local people and events mentioned in the Birmingham Iron Age published on March 26, 1874. Brother…

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MONDAY MUSINGS: These epidemics and Acts caused many ancestors to flee their homes

Yellow fever epidemics were particularly difficult in Montgomery and Mobile, Alabama during 1853 and 1870's. Recently, a mass burial site was uncovered in Montgomery,…