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  1. What a lovely house. I can only imagine it in its day.

  2. Sherry Hoggle, Samantha Nichols, Sandy Perry, Heather McGee, Sharon Sherbett

  3. My grandparents (Cecil and Desma Fitts) lived in the old George Hinton home on Old Greensboro road. It was destroyed in the tornado in 2000 As they were taking wallpaper down many years ago there was writing in the walls of people’s accounts. It was once a store. It would have the persons name then milk eggs etc with tally marks. The old abstract is somewhere at my Dads. He rebuild on the property.

  4. I seen him a while back. We had to remove his mailbox.

  5. My ancestors were in Russell County. Bought land from the Indians. When Alabama became a state they were at the land office getting their land. Got along with the Indians just fine.

  6. My great great grandparent are buried in the cemetery of the old Shakerag church.

  7. My gg grandparents are buried in the cemetery where Shakerag church once stood. Rev Wm. Spencer & wife Didama.

  8. My 3rd Great grandparents, William Ira Ryan & Susan Summey Ryan are buried in unmarked graves at Shakerag in Tuscaloosa County. The cemetery is near the original Dreamland BBQ at Jerusalem Heights.