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  1. Rene Robinson and Kelsi Alyssa Robinson a little history about your county

  2. William J. Reed “Silver Billy” was born 13 Apr 1770 in Guilford Co, NC and he died 22 Apr 1856 in Huffman, Jefferson Co, AL. He is buried in Reed Cemetery located on the Old Springville Road adjacent to Spring Lake Farms.
    William Reed is my ancestor who settled the land currently located between Huffman and Chalkville. He and his descendants were active in the development of Birmingham. Your article reports a William REID. Is this a possible spelling error?

  3. Love this site. I have many old pictures of my family from Birmingham, AL. Would you like to see them?

    1. Sure, you can send them as individual attachments to [email protected]. Include any stories you may have with them and they might be posted on the website. More guidelines for submission can be found here. http://alabamapioneers.com/contributing-writer-guidelines/#sthash.smqma9Rb.dpbs

  4. My great grandmother was a McLaughlin and my grandfather was a wood

  5. A small area of what became Marshall County in 1836 was first a part of Blount County! I like to have never located some of the Gunter Family records!

  6. Gemira Hayes.My grandmother is a Reid and I’m so excited to find out if William is somewhat my kin to me my grandmom name was Ella Reid

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