Tag: 1870’s

Patron

PATRON – Greensboro, Alabama Water Works was discovered and originally owned by one man

WATERWORKS OF GREENSBORO, HALE COUNTY, ALABAMA1 (Published in 1908) It is a far cry from “the old oaken bucket that hung in the well”…

Genealogy InformationNews - from the past & the present

New genealogy book includes names from the early days of Birmingham, Alabama

I started something new specifically for those interested in family research and genealogy in Alabama. Collected genealogy information As I conducted research for interesting…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

The picturesque, historic town of Cullman, Alabama was hit by EF4 tornado in 2011, but did not let it break them [see photographs]

Cullman is the county seat of Cullman County, in the north-central part of the county, on Brindley Mountain, about 2 miles west of Little…

Patron

PATRON + Designer of the Alabama flag and the parents of a man in Montgomery went to Abraham Lincoln’s wedding

HISTORIC HOMES By AUGUSTA MARTIN BUTLER (Mrs. Eugene Butler written in 1930) (transcribed from The Alabama Historical Quarterly Volume 1, No. 2, Summer Issue…

Patron

PATRON – On April 9, 1874 – Three street cars for Montgomery passed down the road on a freight train in Tuscaloosa

Patron member story - This article and more abstracts are available in the ebook ALABAMA GENEALOGY NOTES Volume I: News from around the State…

Patron

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

This article and more abstracts are available in the ebook ALABAMA GENEALOGY NOTES Volume I: Below are some excerpts of articles and stories about local…