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Biography: Captain Wilson Ashley born 1796

Wilson Ashley Biography and Genealogy (1796 – 1866) Conecuh County, Alabama Captain Wilson Ashley, planter, was among the most useful of Conecuh's sons. He…

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Biography: Brig. Gen. William Flank Perry born March 12, 1823 – photograph

Happy Birthday! BRIGADIER GENERAL WILLIAM FLANK PERRY BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1823 - 1901) Chambers, Talladega and Macon Counties, Alabama General William Flank Perry was…

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BIOGRAPHY: Augustus Holmes Alston born November 17, 1847 – photograph

HAPPY BIRTHDAY! AUGUSTUS HOLMES ALSTON BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1847-1918) Barbour County, Alabama Augustus Holmes Alston was a lawyer, and supernumerary circuit judge. He was…

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The Masonic Apron – a true story – this happened frequently during the Civil War

The Masonic Apron by Vicky Clemmons My deep love and devotion for the older generations have always been evident by the company I keep,…

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BIOGRAPHY: Abram Mordecai Revolutionary War soldier born October 24, 1755 – photographs

Click …/to see how to honor your ancestor as a Notable Alabama Pioneer HAPPY BIRTHDAY! ABRAM MORDECAI BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1755-1849) Montgomery and Tallapoosa County,…

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Patron+ Alabama sent many volunteer soldiers in search of Pancho Villa after he attacked a town in New Mexico in 1916 [photographs]

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The Last Confederate Reunion in Alabama was held in September 1944 – all the men were in their 90s [see story & photographs]

(This has been exactly transcribed as written in 1944  in The Alabama Historical Quarterly) LAST CONFEDERATE REUNION What will probably prove to be the last…