Tag: COOSA COUNTY

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PATRON + Did you know that Coosa County, Alabama had a turnpike in the early 1830s?

Cusseta Treaty opened land East of the Coosa In 1819, Alabama had been admitted as one of the States of the Federal Union. That…

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PATRON – In Goodwater, Coosa County, Alabama – Local news included lots of visiting among friends & relatives

(Excerpts transcribed from Goodwater Enterprise (Goodwater, Coosa County, Alabama October 13, 1905) LOCALS Mrs. S. H. Pope spent Saturday in Alex City. Fletcher Brown…

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PATRON – In Goodwater on October 13, 1905, news of Walden-Reeves wedding, a death, and court notice

(Excerpts transcribed from Goodwater Enterprise (Goodwater, Coosa County, Alabama October 13, 1905) WALDEN-REAVES (REEVES) WEDDING WEDNESDAY OCT. 4, 1905 Miss Elma Walden and Mr.…

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The daughter-in-law of Peter the Great – Did she fake her death and escape to early Alabama? [photographs]

Read this story as well as many others in ALABAMA FOOTPRINTS: Settlement: Lost & Forgotten Stories Continued below The daughter-in-law of Peter the…

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BIOGRAPHY: Frederick Forney Foscue (September 11, 1819 – March 3, 1906)

FREDERICK FORNEY FOSCUE BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (September 11, 1819 - March 3, 1906) Virginia, Texas, and Coosa, Marengo, Monroe Counties, Alabama (Excerpt from History…