Alabama Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Alabama ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times in Alabama history.
- 1862 Alabama Salt List
To understand the Alabama Salt Lists, one must first grasp the significance of Salt as a factor in the Civil War. To do this, the reader must transport himself back in time. Back to the period of the Civil War. Back to a time when life was much simpler and Salt was a definite necessity. To impoverished individuals and families, salt, a basic necessity of life, was extremely difficult to come by cheaply beginning in 1862. Alabama developed a system by which they purchased salt and distributed it to the poor directly, and others who could distribute it to the poor, in order that the people of Alabama would have sufficient salt for their usage. While doing this, Alabama developed lists of people who received the salt. This is such a list.
- Distinguished Men, Women and Families of Franklin County, Alabama
- 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.
- History Timeline (In progress)
This is a large history project that will supplement the genealogy information supplied by this website, and help put your Alabama genealogy search into historic perspective.
Alabama County Genealogy
Alabama Genealogy Pages
- Alabama African American Genealogy Research
- Alabama Archives and Libraries
- Alabama Bible Records
- Alabama Cemeteries
- Alabama Census and Taxation Records
- Alabama Directories
- Alabama Genealogical and Historical Societies
- Alabama Genealogy Databases
- Alabama Land and Property Records
- Alabama Mailing Lists
- Alabama Maps
- Alabama Military Records
- Alabama Newspapers and Obituaries
- Indian Tribes of Alabama
- Outline of Alabama History
One of the oldest of the Upper Creek towns. – While there is some uncertainty, it is believed that the site of the town was in Talladega County, near the Coosa River, and just South of Tallassehatchee Creek on the S. 1/2 of the S. 1/2 of sec. 17, T….
A creek mentioned by Bernard Romans. A careful reading of his narrative identifies this stream with the modern Kintabish, a tributary of the Tombigbee River in Sumter County. In Choctaw, in place of “oka,” water, “bok,” creek, and “bokushi,” branch, a general term “oka abvchaya,” meaning watercourse, can be used….
Post office and county seat of Henry County, in the central part of the county, 28 miles south of Eufaula, 14 miles west of the Chattahoochee River, and the terminus of the Abbeville Southern Railway, a branch of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company. It is situated on the high…
George Cook Spigener, sheriff of Autauga county, Alabama, was born in Robinson Springs, in what is now Elmore county, in 1849. His father, Llewellyn Spigener, was born near Columbia, South Carolina, in 1812, and married Mary Elvira Ramsey, who was born near LaGrange, Georgia. Llewellyn Spigener served an apprenticeship of…