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Some Hinton genealogy research descendants of Malachi Hinton born 1730

Malachi Hinton was born March 5, 1730, in Chowan Co., North Carolina. He married Sarah Wimberly June 16, 1764, in Edgecombe co., North Carolina.…

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Biography: Wade Hampton Allen born April 16, 1794

Happy Birthday! WADE HAMPTON ALLEN BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1794 – 1851) Montgomery, Alabama. Wade Hampton Allen, planter and businessman, was born April 16, 1794,…

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Biography: William Brockman Bankhead born April 12, 1874 – greeted the King & Queen on 1st visit of monarch to United States

Happy Birthday! WILLIAM BROCKMAN BANKHEAD BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1874 - 1940) Lamar, Madison County, Walker County, Alabama William Brockman Bankhead was born on his…

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Biography: William Strudwick Anderson born February 27, 1848 – photograph

Happy Birthday! WILLIAM STRUDWICK ANDERSON BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1848-1927) Marengo and Baldwin County, Alabama. William Strudwick Anderson, lawyer and circuit judge, was born February…

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Elmore County, Alabama [film and photographs] was home to many Native American towns

Update: Next Fort Toulouse - Fort Jackson frontier days are on November 7, 2018 - Mark your calendar. Elmore County created 1866 Elmore County…

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Biography: William Jeffreys Alston born December 31, 1800

Happy Birthday! WILLIAM JEFFREYS ALSTON BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1800-1876) Marengo County, Alabama William Jeffreys Alston was born December 31, 1800, near Petersburg. Georgia, the…

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Slagheap Village – [film and pics] Here ‘s why this strange name was given to a WPA housing project in Trussville, Alabama

Known as Slagheap Village, the official name was the Cahaba Project in Trussville, Alabama. It was a WPA housing project built on "slagheap" land…