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Many Aldrich families in Alabama will find this useful

REVIEW: Some ancestors I haven't found elsewhere. By Valerie J. R. Atkinson The Aldrich family of Alabama can trace their family tree back to the early…

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SUNDAY SOLILOQUY: Romulus School – Only the oldest residents remember the old wooden school by the apple orchard

SUNDAY SOLILOQUY: Romulus School - Only the oldest residents remember the old wooden school by the apple orchard ROMULUS SCHOOL by Dorothy Graham Gast…

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MONDAY MUSINGS: Do you remember when doctors made house calls like this even for serious emergencies?

He should have stayed home by Shannon Hollon My maternal GGGrandfather was Charles Monroe Campbell MD (1867-1939) he graduated from the Tennessee Medical College(…

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MONDAY MUSINGS: Many tornadoes have taken the same path through Tuscaloosa according to this 1880 anecdote

NOTE: This anecdote about storms in Alabama was written in March 1880. Col. E. A. Powell, of Tuscaloosa, read by request, a very entertaining…

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Greenwood Cemetery is one of the oldest in Tuscaloosa, Alabama – these inscriptions includes many notes about early pioneers of Tuscaloosa

GREENWOOD CEMETERY, TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA  (Transcriptions below are from - The Alabama Historical Quarterly, Vol. 04, No. 04, Winter Issue 1942) Greenwood cemetery located in…