Tag: 1820’s

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Patron – Deaths, law suits, and legal notices include names of early residents of Alabama

Patron member story Deaths, law suits, and legal notices include names of early residents of Alabama (Transcribed from Alabama State Gazette, Cahaba, Alabama April…

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Patron+ story – Personal memories of Gen. LaFayette’s visit to Alabama shared in July 8, 1858 letter

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Patron+ The Freemasons of Alabama were very involved in General LaFayette’s famous visit to Alabama in 1825

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Patron+ Gen. LaFayette Letters -On December 25th, 1824, Governor Israel Pickens sent his letter of invitation to General LaFayette

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Dale County, Alabama – the county seat traveled between several cities before settling in Ozark

Dale County, Alabama was originally inhabited by members of the Creek Indian nation, who occupied all of southeastern Alabama during this period. Between the years of…

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Fayette County, Alabama – created on December 20, 1824 – was named after General LaFayette

NOTE: Dexter Roberts was one of three Alabama finalists of American Idol for 2014.  He is from the town of Fayette which is the county…

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Dr. Thomas Ward was Worshipful Master of LaFayette Masonic Lodge #26 for twenty-two years

Masonic Lodge of Greensboro, Alabama1 Published in 1908 The Masonic Lodge now in existence in Greensboro (in 1908)— known as Lafayette No. 26—dates back…