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PATRON – The war became real for the citizens of Florence, Alabama in February of 1862

(Excerpt transcribed from The Daily Huntsville Confederate, Huntsville, Madison County, Alabama, Feb. 19, 1862) The news of the arrival of Lincoln's gunboats in our…

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PATRON – Society notes and weddings mentioned in news abstracts From the Florence Times October 6, 1905 – Lauderdale County, Alabama

SOCIETY NOTES From the Florence Times October 6, 1905 – Lauderdale County, Alabama Lauderdale County, Alabama Miss Sadie Martin of Nashville arrived in the…

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PATRON – News in Florence, Alabama – Mr. James McPeters is having his residence painted. Let others follow suit – and more

These newspaper abstracts and more are also available in the book ALABAMA GENEALOGY NOTES: Volume VII   NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS from The Times Daily, Florence, Alabama…

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Patron – August 4, 1894 – Personals from The Times Daily, Florence, Lauderdale county, Alabama – reveals many residents names

Patron member story PERSONALS FROM THE TIMES DAILY August 4, 1894 Florence, Lauderdale County, Alabama   PERSONALS Rev. W. S. Brown will preach at…

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Patron – On December 15, 1894, Back from Texas, Moonshiners, Debate and J. L. Allen left his bride behind

Patron member story -These abstracts and more are available in the book ALABAMA GENEALOGY NOTES: Volume V  If this story is not visible below, Click …/ to…

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Patron – August 4, 1894 – Newspaper Personals and Stories from Hope and Rhodesville, Lauderdale County, Alabama

August 4, 1894 - Newspaper Personals and Stories from Hope and Rhodesville, Lauderdale County, Alabama Patron member article - These newspaper abstracts and more…

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Patron – Lauderdale County – Mr. James McPeters is having his residence painted. Let others follow suit – and more

Patron member story -These news abstracts and more are available in the book ALABAMA GENEALOGY NOTES: Volume VI OR - If this story is not continued…

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Patron – 1894 News in Florence, Alabama – Prisoners lonely, mill burned, and horse throws Mr. C. Smith

Patron-member only article If this story is not visible below, click  -…alabama-pioneers/  and learn how to unlock this story to read now. (News transcribed from the…