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BIOGRAPHY: David Johnson Goodlett July 16, 1804

This biography is included in the book Biographies of Notable and Not-so-Notable  Alabama Pioneers Volume I   DAVID JOHNSON GOODLETT BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1804-1878) Lawrence County,…

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PATRON – Mrs. Graham’s obituary, a dreadful accident, and Administrators’ sales in Greenville in 1878

PATRON – Mrs. Graham's obituary, a dreadful accident, and Administrators' sales in Greenville in 1878. (Transcribed from THE GREENVILLE ADVOCATE, Greenville, Alabama, Jan 3,…

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UPDATE: Alabama Pioneers biography book – Volume one – has been revised with pics and links

Revised with direct links to many sources and burial sites! This book includes the genealogy of and biography of William Barrett Travis of Alamo…

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John Green was born in South Carolina in 1768, and many of his descendants are in Bibb County, Alabama

John Green was born Jan 17, 1768 in South Carolina, son of Benjamin Green. The Greens ran a tavern in Chester Co, PA. They…

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BIOGRAPHY: Thomas Lee Bailey born 1773 – descendant of King’s Mountain soldier

THOMAS LEE BAILEY BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1773-1853) Shelby County, AL Thomas L. Bailey was born in Virginia in 1773, the son of Thomas Lee…

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Do you have ancestors from Southeast, Alabama? Maybe they are in this book.

The Dothan Eagle, Houston County, Alabama 1908 Newspaper Abstracts  Find your Southeast Alabama ancestor in this great KINDLE Book. Immediate download! Use your SEARCH…

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PATRON + Did you know that in 1869 there was a dramatic club made up of only men in Greensboro, Alabama?

The Greensboro Dramatic Association1 (This transcribed article was published in 1908) Nearly forty years ago—to be exact, in 1869—there existed in Greensboro an organization known as “The…

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PATRON + UPDATED WITH PODCAST Alabama was the 1st home for two programs that helped married men during the depression

The Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) was a public work relief program that operated from 1933 to 1942 in the United States for unemployed, unmarried men from relief families…

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Save yourself hours of family research on Adams family with this inexpensive genealogy book.

Save yourself hours of family research on Adams's family with this inexpensive genealogy book. ADAMS FAMILY OF ALABAMA Documents, Notes and Genealogy records is 100…

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Andrew Thomas (1759-1832) was an early pioneer of Shelby and Perry Counties in Alabama

Is Andrew Thomas your ancestor? Browse the FREE SAMPLE pages at Amazon on Some Descendants of Andrew Thomas (1759-1832): With Genealogy Notes & Sources (which includes…