Tag: CLARKE COUNTY

Days Gone By - stories from the past

Samuel Forwood – Part II – a true Alabama Pioneer born 1799 – written by him

AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF SAMUEL FORWOOD PART II HARFORD DEMOCRAT BEL AIR, MARYLAND. Friday Morning, May 11th , 1888. A native of Harford County,…

Days Gone By - stories from the past

The early immigrants of Clarke, Washington and Baldwin counties in Alabama arrived as early as 1745 from SC and Georgia

The early immigrants of Clarke, Washington and Baldwin counties in Alabama arrived as early as 1745 from SC and Georgia Clarke, Washington and Baldwin immigrants…

Patron

PATRON – Fire at a camp meeting and wheel runs over a man’s head were stories in the news in Clarke County in 1887.

Local news from Clarke County in 1887 ---- SCROLL DOWN TO CONTINUE . . . (Excerpts transcribed from The South Alabamian, Jackson, Clarke County,…

Patron

PATRON – Gilmer estate, John N. Montgomery estate, James S. Lindsey estate and other legal news 1856 Clarke County, AL

(Transcribed from The Clarke County Democrat, Grove Hill, Alabama, January 31, 1856) LAND FOR SALE The undersigned, as Administrator of the Estate of R.…

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Clarke County, Alabama girls were encouraged to teach school in 1880 as this interview reveals

The Armistead's John [P?] Armistead Grove Hill, Alabama Interview Life History Annie Webb Clarke County (Transcribed from Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, WPA Federal…