GENEALOGY - County

Shelby County, Alabama Pioneers Volume I

ISBN: B00522PDKI

This is Volume I of a series of Shelby County pioneers. Genealogy reports are included in this book with supporting evidence. Soldiers under General Jackson and after the battle of Horseshoe Bend, were sent up the Cahawba River to search for the remaining “Red Sticks” and traveled through Shelby County, Alabama. When they returned to […]

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Compiled Records of Bibb County Alabama Pioneers Volume III

ISBN: B008B7STUC

The records in this volume include accumulated data of residents of some Bibb County, Alabama residents according to the 1850 census. They lived on the West side of the Cahaba River. Many families arrive in Bibb County, Alabama as groups and often married close neighbors. Some descendants in this Volume moved further west or elsewhere […]

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Compiled Records of Bibb County Alabama Pioneers Volume I

ISBN: B00522WWR0

During the “Alabama Fever” period of United States history, early settlers migrated to Alabama from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky, and Tennessee in search of more land to grow tobacco and/or distance themselves from the Revolutionary War. Bibb County, Alabama Pioneers Volume I focuses on the pioneer families of FREDERICK MONROE JAMES […]

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Compiled Records of Bibb County, Alabama Pioneers Volume II

ISBN: B005YU8DBY

With the removal of the Indians in 1814 by Andrew Jackson and his men, settlers began to migrate to the fertile Cahawba land that later became Bibb County, Alabama, even before the Federal survey of the land was completed. By 1818, the area had 1280 residents and two years later, the population was 3876. Usually […]

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First Families of Lawrence County, Alabama Volume I

ISBN: B005T3H5UG

Lawrence County was created by act of the Territorial Legislature of February 4, 1818. Formed from territory acquired by the Cherokee and Chicasa cession of 1816. The early settlers of the county came from Virginia, Tennessee and the Carolinas. Many of the early settlers of Lawrence County were veterans or children of veterans of the […]

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A Collection of Perry County Alabama Pioneers Biographies, Genealogy Reports Volume III

ISBN: B0096Q8WQI

Many Revolutionary War Soldiers received land grants in Alabama. Perry County, Alabama was settled by many of these old soldiers and their families. Pioneers included in this volume include: JAMES CRAWFORD; JOHN T. BOYD; JOHN WASHINGTON MACKEY; MALCOM DEMUS CANNON; ELIAS ENOS TRAMIL. Some descendant surnames include: AGNEW, ALLEN, ALEXANDER, AVERY, BAKER, BARNES, BELL, BENSON, […]

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A Collection of Perry County Alabama Pioneers Biographies, Genealogy Reports Volume II

ISBN: B0078GISXK

This is a great book for genealogists researching early citizens of Perry County, Alabama. Brush Creek in Perry county, Alabama was settled before Alabama became a state. The area was designated as a Post Office and an election precinct. The settlers listed in this volume are a few of the residents who lived in Brush […]

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A Collection of Perry County Alabama Pioneers Biographies, Genealogy Reports Volume I

ISBN: B0053DTBOK

This E-Book reveals the relationships between the TUBB, MAHAN, FORD, MCCAULEY, OAKES, WATTERS, EDWARDS, BENNETT, RADFORD, WHITE, WALLACE, OSBORN, MAYES and ABERCROMBIE. Notes, and sources are included. Genealogy reports with all supporting evidence, wills, and deeds when available are included. Don’t waste time and money completing genealogy research others have done! Download this E-book in minutes […]

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The Dothan Eagle, Houston County, Alabama 1908 Newspaper Abstracts

ISBN: B0053WRJGI

Find your southeast Alabama ancestor in this great KINDLE Book. Immediate download! Dothan was a railroad hub for Southeast Florida and the editor of this newspaper mentions each visitor and their relation to local citizens. Some surnames mentioned – ADAMSON, AIREY, ANDERSON, ARMSTEAD, ARMSTRONG, ARNOLD, ASKEW, AUGUSTINE, AVERY, BAKER, BALDIN, BANKHEAD, BARNES, BASS, BATCHELOR, BATSON, […]

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