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ALABAMA Historical and Genealogical Research References
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Contents - 18 Complete Searchable Text as described
1. Memorial record of Alabama : a concise account of the state's political, military, professional and industrial progress, together with the personal memoirs of many of its people. Madison, Wis.: Brant & Fuller, 1893, 2216 pgs. - Two Volumes, Illustrated, Includes indexes. Volume I - Political history of the state / by Hannis Taylor, Military history of the state / by Joseph Wheeler, The progress of education / by Willis G. Clark, State industrial interests / by Willis G. Clark, Railroads and navigation / by T.H. Clark, Finance and banking / by Thomas H. Clark, Personal memoirs . Volume II - Alabama in federal politics / by Hilary A. Herbert, The medical profession / by Jerome Cochran, Judicial history / by Thomas H. Clark, Alabama journalism / by W.W. Screws, Religious history / by Thomas H. Clark.
2. Revolutionary soldiers in Alabama : being a list of names, compiled from authentic sources, of soldiers of the American Revolution who resided in the state of Alabama Montgomery, Ala.: Brown Print. Co., 1911, Owen, Thomas McAdory, 131 pgs.
3. The Evergreen Old Historical Cemetery in Evergreen, Alabama, Conecuh County: Brewton, Ala., Escambia Packaging. and Office Supplies, Riley, Elizabeth d'Autrey, 93 pgs.
4. Early records of Coosa County, Alabama, 1832-1860 : wills, administrations, and marriage records Birmingham, Ala., Hull, Edward F., 123 pgs.
5. Clarke County, Alabama marriage records : 1814-1891 Montgomery, Ala. McManus, Grace Kelly, 304 pgs.
6. Inscriptions from the cemeteries of Dale County, Alabama: Dothan, Ala., Hayes, E. Howard, 218 pgs.
7. Index to tomb inscriptions, Coffee County, Alabama: Dale County, Ala., The Branch, 531 pgs.
8. Cemetery records, Fayette County, Alabama and neighboring counties: Fayette, Ala., Newell, Herbert M., 228 pgs.
9. Cemetery records of DeKalb County, Alabama: Gadsden, Ala., Genealogical Committee, Gadsden Branch, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1252 pgs.
10. Cemetery survey, Etowah County, Alabama: Gadsden, Ala., Genealogical Committee, Gadsden Branch, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 484 pgs.
11. Alabama cemetery records: Salt Lake City, Utah, 1946-1964, 1362 pgs.
12. Cemetery records, Blount County, Alabama: Gadsden, Ala., Genealogical Committee, Gadsden Branch, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 745 pgs.
13. Cemetery records, Barbour County, Alabama: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 542 pgs.
14. Tombstone inscriptions, Barbour County, Alabama: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 280 pgs.
15. Cemetery records of Jefferson County, Alabama: Salt Lake City, Utah, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 152 pgs.
16. Cemetery Records Etowah County, Alabama: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 145 pgs.
17. Cemetery records of Dale County, Alabama: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 67 pgs.
18. Cemetery records of Choctaw County, Alabama: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 74 pgs.

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