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  1. Tracing Your Alabama Past by Robert Scott Davis, 2002-11-20
  2. Historic Indian Towns in Alabama, 1540-1838 by Amos J. Wright Jr, 2003-06-04
  3. Records of Wilcox County Alabama by Marilyn Davis Barefield, 1989-06
  4. Index to Alabama Wills, 1808-1870
  5. Early Settlers of Alabama : With "Notes and Genealogies" By Elizabeth Saunders Blair Stubbs by James Edmonds Saunders, 1982
  6. Alabama Mortality Schedule 1860 by Marilyn Davis Barefield, 1998-12
  7. Old Mardisville, Lebanon and Centre by Marilyn Barefield, 1990-06
  8. Old Montgomery Land Office records and military warrants, 1834-1860 by Marilyn Davis Barefield, 1991
  9. Old Demopolis Land Office Records and Military Warrants, 1818-1860, and Records of the Vine and Olive Colony: And Records of the Vine & Olive Colony by Marilyn Davis Barefield, 1988-06
  10. Old Sparta and Elba Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1822-1860 by Marilyn D. Hahn, 1998-12
  11. Researching African American Genealogy in Alabama by Frazine Taylor, 2008-10-01
  12. Pioneers and Residents of West Central Alabama Prior to the Civil War by Madge Pettit, 1988-07
  13. Old St. Stephens Land Office Records & American State Papers, Public Lands, 1768-1888 by Marilyn Davis Barefield, 1998-12
  14. Flags of Civil War Alabama, The (Flags of the Civil War) by Glenn Dedmondt, 2001-03-31

1. ALGenWeb: Alabama Genealogy On The Internet
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... State Archives Connecting with Others Mailing Lists Message Boards Queries Volunteer Internet Resources Cyndi's List RootsWeb FamilySearch Genealogy Resources on the Internet Website provided by Formation of the State From 1798 to 1819, a steady influx of Europeans into Alabama settled on land formerly occupied by several Native American tribes . Alabama became a part of the Mississippi Territory in 1798 after Indian cessions in north Alabama. Migration increased after the end of the Creek War in 1814. In 1817, the Alabama Territory was created, and Alabama became the 22nd in December 1819. The Mobile area was settled even earlier. Founded in 1702 by French explorers, Mobile served as the capital of French Louisiana for 16 years. In 1763, Mobile and the Gulf area of Florida became a British colony. Control of Mobile and British West Florida changed hands several times between 1780 and the War of 1812. How to Research in Alabama If you are looking for specific types of records such as census, birth, marriage, or military records, we've put together a reference on

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Guide picks Alabama genealogy information for those researching their family roots in Alabama. Resources for Alabama genealogy on the Civil War, African Americans, Native Americans, every Alabama county, and general genealogy information. You will also find information on Alabama genealogy chats and Alabama genealogy chat transcripts plus personal homepages of genealogists researching their Alabama roots.
Alabama Genealogy for African Americans

Information for African American genealogy and black history in Alabama. Alabama Genealogy Chat Transcripts
Alabama genealogy chat archived transcripts from chats (covering all counties) held on Monday nights at 9 pm Eastern time; 8 pm Central time. Alabama Cemeteries Information on cemeteries found throughout Alabama, including inscriptions, locations, history, and other genealogical data.

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Search for Genealogy in Alabama State. The StateGenSites database gives visitors websites in 27 different categories. *Alabama county resources link to our local Genealogy MetaSearch.
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Alabama genealogy including free genealogy lookups, our databases with Alabama data, military rosters and free and paid online resources for Alabama genealogy research.

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Find Alabama genealogy look ups, AL genealogical societies, genealogy publications available from genealogical societies and individuals, lost female ancestors queries, and related links for AL genealogy research in Alabama. Bounded by the Gulf of Mexico on the south, and by the states of Florida on the south, Georgia on the east, Tennessee on the north, and Mississippi on the west, Alabama Territory was created in 1817 and was granted statehood in 1819. The capital is Montgomery. More
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4. Genealogy Helplist Alabama
Genealogy Helplist Alabama. Page Index. Genealogy Helplist Alabama Paul VerónicaAnguiano Posom Design Last revised 9 October 2000.
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  • Dead Towns of Alabama(One request at a time) Place Names in Alabama(One request at a time)
Ann Jones
Covington Co., Alabama, Alabama
  • 1976 Heritage Book titled,"Covington County History 1821-1976". Will be happy to look up Surnames, etc.
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    Rhonda Kennedy
    Morgan County, Alabama
    • Morgan Co. Marriages 1919-1928
    Tracy Grant
    Limestone County, Alabama
    • Cemetery searches in area. Request reimbursement on cost used for photos taken of sites and postage or will gladly send typed transcribed tombstone readings at no cost. Please be specific on Cemetery name, for example Rose Lawn Cemetery, Limestone Co., Al. Can't not look for Smiths buried in Limestone County, Al.
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5. United States Resources: Alabama
Alabama genealogical and historical information and links, sponsored by RootsWeb and ROOTSL.Category Regional North America Society and Culture Genealogy...... Other alabama genealogy and History Pages. Alabama Resources from GenealogyResources on the Internet; Amelia's alabama genealogy General Resources.

6. State Of Alabama
An online resource with links and information for each county in Alabama.
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State Flag Alabama shares the rich cultural history of the Southeastern region. From 1519, when the first Spanish explorer, Alonso Alvarez de Pineda, navigated Mobile Bay, the state was claimed explored, and settled by the Spanish, French, and British. The first permanent European settlers in Alabama were French. The LeMoyne brothers, Pierre LeMoyne, Sieur d'Iberville, and Jean Baptiste LeMoyne, Sieur de Bienville, sailed into Mobile Bay in 1699. By 1711, Fort Louis (on the present site of Mobile) had been settled as the capital of the French colony known as Louisiana. ...more We are proud members and supporters of the new American Patriot Party
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7. Firstmom's Genealogy Resources-Alabama
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  • Lawrence County Marriages
  • Marshall County, AL Resource Page Part of AlGenWeb
  • Wilcox County, AL Family Research
  • Alabama Marriages Indexed by Grooms name. Mobile and Wilcox Co
  • Alabama Dept. of Archives Cemetery, Obituary
  • "Welcome To Historic Montgomery Cemetery" History of Montgomery Cemetery, listing of soldiers buried there, some family research, restoration efforts and fundraising.
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  • Memory Gardens Cemetery Huntsville AL
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  • Obituaries 1912-1958 Winslette Chapel Methodist Church/Jellico Community Cemetery
  • Obituaries (1960-1997) Winslette Chapel Methodist Church, Houston Co., AL
  • 8. Alabama Genealogy - Cemeteries, Census, Vital Records And More
    alabama genealogy resource center.Category Regional North America Society and Culture Genealogy......alabama genealogy Resource Center. What's New or Updated? 1832 CreekCensus Released 28 January 2003. alabama genealogy Research.
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    Alabama Genealogy Resource Center What's New or Updated? 1832 Creek Census
    Released 28 January 2003
    By a treaty of March 24, 1832, the Creek Indians ceded to the United States all of their land east of the Mississippi River. Heads of families were entitled to tracts of land, which, if possible, were to include their improvements. In 1833 Benjamin S. Parsons and Thomas J. Abbott prepared a census of Creek Indian heads of families, which gave their names and the number of males, females, and slaves in each family. The entries were arranged by town and numbered; these numbers were used for identification in later records. 1835 Cherokee East of the Mississippi Census
    Released 28 January 2003
    The following is the 1835 Cherokee East of the Mississippi Census Index. In 1835, the Cherokee Nation contained almost 22,000 Cherokees and almost 300 Whites connected by marriage. Alabama Biography Resource Center
    Released 14 January 2003
    A list of all biographies at AccessGenealogy that contain the word Alabama within the content. Alabama Biography Resource Center 1828 of the Cherokee Phoenix Released 19 November 2002 Abstract information that pertained to the Nation or surrounding environs TN, AL, GA, NC, and SC.

    9. Discover Alabama Genealogy Webrings
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    10. Cyndi's List - U.S. - Alabama
    AccessGenealogy alabama genealogy Resource Center; Alabama, Florida and GeorgiaGenealogical Research; Martin Genealogy Publications Alabama and Florida.
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    11. ALGenWeb: Coosa County
    Coosa County was created in 1832 from lands ceded in the Creek Indian Treaty of Cusseta and from parts of Montogomery County. It is named for the Coosa River which forms the county's western boundary. The county seat is Rockford.
    to Coosa County, Alabama
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    Coosa County was created in 1832 from
    lands ceded in the Creek Indian
    Treaty of Cusseta and from parts of Montgomery County. Hernando DeSoto was probably the first white man to visit what is now Coosa County. It is named for the Coosa River which forms the county's western boundary with Chilton county. The county seat is Rockford which was originally named Pondalassa. Other cities are: Goodwater(the largest), Equality, Kellyton and Weogufka. Places of interest include: Hatchet Creek which is known for its beds of Cahaba Lily Old Rock Jail in Rockford Oakachoy covered bridge MAIN MENU
    Cemeteries Books Useful Addresses ... County Statistics from the University of Alabama at Huntsville National Registry of Historical Places-Coosa Photo Album Adoption Links Carolina Church Records ... The Coosa County News Neighboring Counties Clickable map of Alabama Counties Talladega Clay Tallapoosa ... Shelby All materials contained on these pages are furnished for the free use of those engaged researching their family origins. Any commercial use, or, other electronic posting of any file or pages without the consent of the host, author or submitter of these pages is prohibited. All images used on these pages were obtained from sources permitting free distribution, or generated by the author, and are subject to the same restrictions and permissions. All persons contributing material for posting on these pages does so in recognition of their free, non-commercial distribution, and further, is responsible to

    12. Alabama State Genealogy Links - StateGenSites
    alabama genealogy websites in 27 different categories.Category Regional North America Society and Culture Genealogy......Search for Genealogy in Alabama State. Marketplace. Home Page. Tell a Friend. SiteOwners. Contact Us. Genealogy. StateGenSites Genealogy Links for Alabama Alabama.
    Genealogy help for newbies, family researchers, genealogists and professionals. Meta-Search by Last Name by First Name by Location by Topic within Articles within Books within CD-Roms within Databases Advanced Search Getting Started Family History Research Tools ... Contact Us
    The state of Alabama was established as part of the United States on December 14, 1819, making it the 22nd to join the union. Alabama ranks 28th in size* with 50,750 sq. miles of land, and Birmingham is the largest city. Alabama also ranks 23rd in population* with 4,447,100 residents (2000 est.), and Montgomery is the state capital. The official bird of Alabama is the Yellowhammer, and the official flower is the Camellia. Alabama statistics obtained from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of the Census.
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  • 13. Alabama Genealogy - Making Online Research Simple
    alabama genealogy. alabama genealogy is designed to assist your genealogicalresearch by bringing you straight to the available content on the web.
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    14. Autauga County, Alabama Genealogy
    Genealogy Data for Autauga County Alabama includes Queries, Cemetery, Census, Marriage, Court, family, where to write for information, searchable database, and more records.
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    Searchable Autauga County Records
    1830 Census Index 1840 Census Index Cemetery Listings Super Index ...
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    1850 Census 1850 Census Index 1860 Census 1850/1860 Census Beat Location Map (from Larry Nobles) ...
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    Masonic Membership Lists 1828-1831 Will of Nicholas Zeigler - 1840 Probate of Nicholas Zeigler - 1858 Mail Remaining in Post Office - 1849 ... Death Notices from the Prattville Progress 1935 (Caver)

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    You can join a mail list devoted to Autauga County genealogy by sending a message containing just the word
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    15. Alabama Genealogy Forums - Powered By XMB
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    16. ALGenWeb: Chilton County
    Origin and history of the county, general county information, and collected resources for genealogical researchers.
    ALGenWeb County Index Chilton County
    Chilton County
    Chilton County was created by act of the Alabama legislature on 30 December 1868 from land taken from Autauga Bibb Perry , and Shelby counties. Originally named Baker County, in honor of Alfred Baker, a prominent citizen, it was renamed Chilton in honor of Chief Justice William Parish Chilton on 17 December 1874. In 1992, the population was 33,220 in a land area of 695 square miles, an average of 47.9 people per square mile. The county seat is located at Clanton .
    The following book has just become availible. It is not an extension of the earlier typescript of the marraige books but a new work which is better
    indexed with more information and more years covered.
    "Baker/Chilton County Marriages, 1870-1893"
    The Chilton County Historical Society,1999
    $22.50 plus $2.50 shipping and handling or at the Chilton/Clanton Public Library. 1880 Census, Beat's 1,2,4,7 and 8 are now online
    An index of those Beats is at the same address.

    17. Alabama Genealogy Forum
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    19. Amelia's Alabama Genealogy
    Amelia's alabama genealogy. Welcome to Amelia's alabama genealogypage! Most of my kin were/are located in the Alabama counties of
    Amelia's Alabama Genealogy Welcome to Amelia's Alabama Genealogy page! Most of my kin were/are located in the Alabama counties of Fayette, Monroe, Tuscaloosa and Walker. If you have ancestors in those counties (and even if you don't), take a look at my Surnames Volume I Tuscaloosa, Walker and Fayette Counties, Alabama Alabama Queries Alabama Death certificates are available from the LDS ("Mormon") Church A Grave Situation WILLCUTT Family Reunion Willcutt mailing list Genealogical Query Columns in Alabama Newspapers Alabama County Road Maps ... Civil War / Alabama Information
    New Link! 42nd Alabama Infantry, CSA Libraries Alabama Dept. of Archives and History State Archives on the WWW Samford University Birmingham, AL Public Library (Excellent Southern History Collection) Library of Congress Home Page Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society - P.O. Box 8268, Gadsden, AL 35902. Library located Cabot Avenue, Gadsden, AL. Hours Every Thursday 10 - 3 and 1st. and 3rd. Sat. 10 - 1. Gail Brown , Associate Editor - 205-546-2249. Links to Other WWW Genealogy Pages Got questions or comments or cousins? Email me at:

    20. Alabama Genealogy And Historical Societies
    Other alabama genealogy Resources alabama genealogy Alabama Look Ups Alabama Societies. Coffee,Conecuh, Covington, Morgan. Find alabama genealogy Books Online
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    of Montgomery County, Alabama is a nonprofit corporation which publishes a quality Quarterly of approximately 30 pages making records available to the public in many area: indexes and abstracts of wills, marriages, church records. Various records are abstracted from the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Will Books 1822-1854 have been abstracted and published along with a Marriage Book A-E 1817-1850. Presently member volunteers are conducting a county-wide cemetery survey with computer indexing for greater accessibility. A cemetery book will be published in the near future as well as a bible record book. Monthly meetings with programs of genealogical interest are held September through June. Limited research assistance is offered by volunteers.

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