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Many Alabama colonial ancestors embraced the Quaker faith and were persecuted for their beliefs

Faith and Courage: 2nd Edition -presents the religious persecution of Quakers in Pre-Revolutionary War days of America intertwined with a love story. The characters…

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The State of Alabama has many lost and forgotten stories

We have been chronicling and sharing Alabama's true history for over 10 years through alabamapioneers.com, our books, and now our Podcast, "The Alabama Grist…

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PATRON: + Valley Creek Presbyterian Church – the founders built the first church building before their homes were built

“Valley Creek Presbyterian Church is a historic Presbyterian church in Valley Grande, Alabama, United States. The two-story red brick church building was built in…

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Sometimes biographical information about people in Alabama can be found in the strangest places.

Many books are out-of-print so we are gathering information we find about individuals and publishing them in a series of books. BIOGRAPHIES OF NOTABLE…

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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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Are you looking for Starr family ancestors? This may help – Caleb Starr 1834 -1856, John Wesley Starr

In my personal genealogy research, I often spent days in courthouses, libraries, and cemeteries, as well as considerable expense copying, records only to discover…

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Don’t waste time and money completing genealogy research others have done on Goodwin name!

When I began my my personal genealogy quest, I often spent days in courthouses, libraries and cemeteries as well as considerable expense copying records…

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Do you have an ancestor who resided in Southeast Alabama in 1908?

Find your southeast Alabama ancestor in THE DOTHAN EAGLE, HOUSTON COUNTY, ALABAMA 1908 NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS Dothan was a railroad hub for Southeast Florida and…

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Are you searching for family members who were in central Alabama prior to 1901? This is a good resource

The University of the State of Alabama was opened on April 18, 1831, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the state's capital at the time, and many…

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Many of these Alabama pioneers were Revolutionary War soldiers

Great book for Genealogists and Alabama Historians! Biographies of Notable and Not-So-Notable Alabama Pioneers Vol. VIII is the eighth book of Biographies on Notable and Not-so-Notable…

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Genealogy book on JOHN T. ‘SQUIRE’ BOYD, an early pioneer of Perry County, Alabama

JOHN T. 'SQUIRE' BOYD, an early pioneer of Perry County, Alabama is believed to have been the son of Robert and Rosannah (Stewart) Boyd…

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This Alabama ancestral line is mentioned in a best-selling novel and inspired historical fiction series

Alabama Descendants of ELISHA COTTINGHAM (ca. 1755-ca. 1820) is the Cottingham family mentioned in the best-selling novel, Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black Americans…