Tag: BARBOUR COUNTY

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PATRON + Clayton claims to have sent forth 1st soldiers to enlist for duration of Civil War [vintage pics]

OLD CLAYTON, BARBOUR COUNTY, ALABAMA (Transcribed From Smartt, Eugenia Persons...History of Eufaula, Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.: Roberts & Son, printers, 1930, c1933.) The town of…

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PATRON – March 1861 – Clayton, Some names in legal notices include Hancock, Smith, McDonald, Pipkin, Calhoun, Thomas and more

(Excerpts transcribed from Clayton Banner, Clayton, Barbour County, Alabama, March 21, 1861) NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS LETTERS of Administration having been granted to…

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PATRON – Preparing for the War Between the States, deaths, and a divorce occurred in Clayton, Alabama March 1861

(Excerpts transcribed from Clayton Banner, Clayton, Barbour County, Alabama, March 21, 1861) The Washington correspondence of the Pensacola Observer says the ladies are engaged…

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The small historic community of Batesville, Alabama had four churches for 400-500 residents

This small community in Barbour County had 400-500 residents and four churches in pioneer days.  A local historian, Margaret Clayton Russell, talked about Batesville in…

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UPDATED WITH PODCAST -An inspiring true-life story about the author of History of Eufaula, published in 1930 – Part II

(Continued from Part I) An inspiring unedited true story from the author of History of Eufaula, published in 1930  SCROLL DOWN TO CONTINUE . .…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

UPDATED WITH PODCAST -An inspiring true-life story about the author of History of Eufaula, published in 1930 – Part I

An inspiring unedited true story from the author of History of Eufaula, published in 1930  SCROLL DOWN TO CONTINUE . . . True Life…

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There is a connection with this old plantation mansion and Auburn University. [old photographs film]

The beautiful plantation mansions of Glennville, Alabama have a connection with Auburn University. Glennville was named for Rev. James E. Glenn who came to…

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Barbour County – Creek Indian Nation occupied for many years – forced to evacuate after 1832

In the early 1830's the eyes of the country were turned upon the eastern frontier of Alabama where the long occupancy of the Creek…

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Glennville – a history of the people of by-gone days with pictures of some of their houses

GLENNVILLE, ALABAMA (Transcribed From Smartt, Eugenia Persons..History of Eufaula, Alabama. Birmingham, Ala.: Roberts & Son, printers, 1930, c1933. - Some of the homes mentioned…