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There was frenzied speculation when Alabama was opened for settlement

Opened for settlement by Congress in 1798, the fertile land near the Mississippi River was a place of frenzied speculation and immigration by the French at an even earlier date, during the time, called the Mississippi Bubble in Europe.

This is the third volume of Biographies of Notable and Not-so-Notable Early Alabama Pioneers — Revised with direct links to sources. (Photograph of Col. Robert Haden Abercrombie, Sr. (1837) Macon)

Now in Ebook, Paperback, and Hardback. Books make great gifts!

Biographies included in this book are

  • CHARLES ABERCROMIE (1742 – 1819) see more in Some Descendants of CHARLES ABERCROMBIE (1742 -1819)
  • JAMES ABERCROMBIE (1782 – 1861)
  • JAMES JACKSON ABERCROMBIE (1825 – 1901)
  • MILO BOLLING ABERCROMBIE, SR. (1806 – 1860)
  • ROBERT HADEN ABERCROMBIE (1837 – 1891)
  • CHARLES GORDON ABERCROMBIE (1855 – 1917)
  • ANDERSON ABERCROMBIE (1786 – 1867)
  • JOHN WILLIAM ABERCROMBIE (1866 – 1940)
  • MAJ. MILES WASHINGTON ABERNATHY(1801 – 1877)
  • NATHAN HUBERT ABERNATHY (1882 – 1949)
  • DR. ROBERT TOWNS ABERNATHY (1824 – 1900)
  • REV. THOMAS SMITH ABERNATHY (1803 – 1882)
  • BURWELL GIDEON ABERNETHY (1844 – 1907) includes his pension application
  • DR. JONES CADWALDER ABERNETHY (1846 – 1915)
  • JUDGE HEUSTIS BARNETT ABERNETHY (1872 – 1944)
  • REV. THOMAS YOUNG ABERNETHY (1851 – 1935)
  • DR. THOMAS PERKINS ABERNETHY (1890 – 1975)
  • ANDREW MERRIMAN YOUNG, SR. (1858 AL – 1935 OK)
  • DR. ERNEST B. DUNLAP (1881 AL – 1964 OK)
  • STEPHEN H. HAM (1831 – 1913)
  • JOHN GUNTER (CA. 1765 – 1835)
  • ALECK or ELICK CAPTAIN CREEK CHIEF (ca. 1715 – aft. 1768)
  • WILLIAM CHARLES COLE CLAIBORNE (1775 – 1817)
  • THOMAS PETERS (1812 – 1883)
  • JOHN ALSTON DUDLEY – (b. ca. 1760)
  • CAPTAIN WILLIAM ARMISTEAD (1762 – 1842)
  • REUBEN BLANKENSHIP and DANIEL BLANKENSHIP – (b. ca. 1760)
  • THOMAS BRADFORD (ca. 1757 -1830)
  • JEREMIAH “JERRY” CHANCELLOR (1760 – 1831)
  • CORPORAL JOHN COLUMBUS DEASON (1836 – 1899)
  • JAMES COLLIER (1757 – 1832)
  • REVEREND ROBERT CUNNINGHAM (1760 – 1839)
  • EDMUND WINSTON PETTUS (1821 – 1907)
  • JOHN TYLER MORGAN (1824 – 1907)
  • GOV. WILLIAM C. OATES ( 1833 – 1910)
  • HON. ARISTO APPLING WILEY, (1848 – 1908)
  • DR. LUTHER LEONIDAS HILL ( 1862 – 1946)
  • FRANKLIN POTTS GLASS (1858 – 1934)
  • MILTON PAUL LEGRAND (1832 – 1893)
  • JEFFERSON MANLY FALKNER (1843 – 1907)
  • WILLIAM FALKNER USSERY (1851 – – 1930)
  • GORDON ROWALEYN CUMMING MACDONALD (1848 – 1905)

Biographies of Notable and Not-so-Notable Alabama Pioneers Volume III

About Donna R Causey

Donna R. Causey, resident of Alabama, was a teacher in the public school system for twenty years. When she retired, Donna found time to focus on her lifetime passion for historical writing. She developed the websites www.alabamapioneers and www.daysgoneby.me All her books can be purchased at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. She has authored numerous genealogy books. RIBBON OF LOVE: A Novel Of Colonial America (TAPESTRY OF LOVE) is her first novel in the Tapestry of Love about her family where she uses actual characters, facts, dates and places to create a story about life as it might have happened in colonial Virginia. Faith and Courage: Tapestry of Love (Volume 2) is the second book and the third FreeHearts: A Novel of Colonial America (Book 3 in the Tapestry of Love Series) Discordance: The Cottinghams (Volume 1) is the continuation of the story. . For a complete list of books, visit Donna R Causey

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