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Davidson, A. C. (b. 1826)
Forney, William Henry (b. 1823)
Herbert, Hilary A. (b. 1834)
Jones, James Taylor (b. 1832)
Martin, John Mason (b. 1837)
Morgan, John T. (b. 1824)
Nessling, Mrs. J., 1924, Atlanta and West Point Rail Road Pass
Oates, William C. (b. 1835)
Pugh, James L. (b. 1820)
Sadler, Thomas William (b. 1831)
Wheeler, Joseph (b. 1836)
U. S. Federal Census
Years available: 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1900 1910 1920 1930 1940
Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1830-1890 and 1910-1950 (PDF) at Archives.gov [T1224]Web: Census Enumeration Districts, 1930-1940 at Archives.govWeb: Census Enumeration Maps, 1930 (PDF) at Archives.gov [M1930]Web: Census Enumeration Maps, 1900-1940 (PDF) at Archives.gov [A3378]
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Web: Alabama Land Records
Web: Alabama Marriages to 1825
Web: Alabama Census, 1810-90
Web: Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers
Web: Alabama Deaths, 1908-59
Web: Early Settlers of Alabama
Web: Alabama History, 1540-1872
Web: Alabama, her history, resources, war record, and public men
Web: Early settlers of Alabama
Web: A history of the Sixtieth Alabama Regiment
Web: Notable men of Alabama
Web: Revolutionary soldiers in Alabama
Web: Federal death records of Alabama, 1860
Web: A history of Methodism in Alabama
Web: Index for compiled service records, Alabama units, Florida war
Additional Resources (on other web sites)
Web: Tuskegee Institute Class Rosters: 1905, 1915
Web: Slaves Named in Alabama Episcopal Church Registers
Web: Papers relating to crimes committed by the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama, 1869 - 1879
Web: Alabama Coal Mine Fatalities, 1898-1938
Web: Alabama Episcopal Church Registers
Web: Alabama Inventors Database
Web: Obituary Index: Birmingham Area Newspapers
Web: Red Mountain Cemetery Interments
Web: WPA Index to Alabama Biography
Web: Alabama Dept of Corrections Name Index
Web: Alabama Department of Public Health
Web: Our Alabama Roots
Web: Alabama Mortality Schedule 1860
Web: Index To Alabama Wills 1808-1870.
Web: Old Cahaba Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1817-1853
Web: Old Demopolis Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1818-1860.
Web: Old Huntsville Land Office Records & Military Warrants 1810-1854.
Web: Old Mardisville, Lebanon And Centre Land Office Records & Military Warrants 1834
Web: Old Montgomery Land Office Records And Military Warrants 1834-1869.
Web: Old Sparta & Elba Land Office Records.
Web: Old St. Stephens Land Office Records.
Web: Old Tuskaloosa Land Office Records & Military Warrants 1821-1855.
The state of Alabama was established as part of the United States on December 14, 1819, making it the 22nd to join the Union. Montgomery is the state capitol. For the most current listing of resources for this location, and from additional publishers, please visit the Alabama page in the Live Roots catalog.
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