Tag: LIMESTONE COUNTY

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PATRON + Limestone County Scraps VII – Population grew so fast in Alabama – One year later it became a state

"SCRAPS" RELATING TO THE EARLY HISTORY OF LIMESTONE COUNTY By Thomas Smith Malone This excerpt has been transcribed from The Athens Post, April 18,…

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PATRON – May 9, 1856 – Sale of Indian Land, marriage, stabbing and probate court in Athens, Limestone County, Alabama.

May 9, 1856 –  News articles included - Sale of Indian Land, marriage, stabbing and probate court in Athens, Limestone County, Alabama. (Extracts transcribed…

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UPDATED WITH PODCAST -An early resident (ca.1829) of Mooresville, Alabama reflects on the town, its citizens and surroundings

RECOLLECTIONS OF CAROLINE LEADINGHAM Transcribed from The Alabama Historical Quarterly, Vol. 18, No. 03, Fall Issue 1956 -- Continued below Our home and the…

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UPDATED WITH PODCAST -The oldest incorporated town in Alabama has connections to two US Presidents [old photographs & film]

Even though it encompasses only 64 acres, Mooresville can boast to being the oldest incorporated town in Alabama and has a connection with two Presidents…

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Great description of town and people of Decatur, Alabama before it was burned during the Civil War

RECOLLECTIONS OF CAROLINE LEADINGHAM (Written June 8, 1895) Our home and the place of my birth was near Mooresville, Limestone county, Ala. In the…