Tag: SHELBY COUNTY

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Do you have ancestors in central Alabama? This book may help your research

Lying at the southern extremity of the Appalachian Mountains, Shelby County is richly endowed with abundant natural resources and unrivaled beauty in the profile…

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BIOGRAPHY: Truman Heminway Aldrich born October 17, 1848 – photograph

Happy Birthday! TRUMAN HEMINWAY ALDRICH BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1848-1932) SHELBY, JEFFERSON, DALLAS COUNTY   Truman Heminway Aldrich was a mining engineer in Alabama. He…

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Amos Elliott, Sr (1760-1770) moved to Madison County and then Shelby County

Amos Elliott, Sr. was born in 1760-1770 in Edgefield, South Carolina. He died in 1844 in Shelby County, Alabama. Some Descendants of Amos "Stump"…

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BIOGRAPHY: Thomas Lee Bailey born 1773 – descendant of King’s Mountain soldier

THOMAS LEE BAILEY BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (1773-1853) Shelby County, AL Thomas L. Bailey was born in Virginia in 1773, the son of Thomas Lee…

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PATRON + Shelby County once had the reputation as being the “moonshingest” county in the state of Alabama.

Interesting transcription of a story about Birmingham Moonshining From the Herald-Journal, Spartanburg, S.C.– April 9, 1935 by Robert H. Brown, Central Press Writer Birmingham,…

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Andrew Thomas (1759-1832) was an early pioneer of Shelby and Perry Counties in Alabama

Is Andrew Thomas your ancestor? Browse the FREE SAMPLE pages at Amazon on Some Descendants of Andrew Thomas (1759-1832): With Genealogy Notes & Sources (which includes…