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Utley Family Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

The Utley Family Cemetery is located in northern Tuscaloosa County, Alabama in Section 2, Township 18 South, Range 10 West. From Oregonia Church, go north about 1/2 mile; turn right on the first paved road. The Utley Cemetery is on the right just past this turn. Row 1, North to South Name Birth Date Death …

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Schurter Family Bible

The Schurter Bible belonged to Alma Olean Dyer Schurter and her husband Henry Schurter. She was the second daughter of Alfred A. and Louisa Dyer. She was born in Yellow River, Gwinnett County, Georgia, and moved to Chilton County with her parents around 1884. Henry Schurter was born in Freienstein, Canton of Zurich, Switzerland in 1869. He was the son of Heinrich Schurter and his wife Wilhelmina Weber Schurter who came to the USA in 1884 and settled in Hasbersham County, Georgia.

The Gospel According to John

Dyer Family Bible

The Dyer Bible was originally owned by Alfred A. Dyer and his wife Louisa Nash Dyer. They lived in Gwinnett County, Georgia at the time of the Bible entries, but moved to Chilton County around 1884. Alfred A. Dyer was captain of Company K, 36th Georgia, Broyles, Infantry. He was a Representative to the Georgia Assembly from Gwinnett 1875-1876. He moved his family to Alabama and started several timber related businesses: a sawmill, millwork shop and furniture making business.

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Ganus Family Bible of Covington County Alabama

Ganus Family Bible of Covington County, Alabama. Contributed by: Jane Grantham Howell in March of 2000. Stephen and Miriam Ganus came from North Carolina around 1835-40 to Pike County, Alabama. Some of his children went to Texas in the 1870’s. Other Ganus’s moved to Covington County (don’t know when). The George Sanford Grantham family and …

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Forks of Cypress Cemetery by Highsmith

Barnett Cemetery, Saco Alabama

The following interments have been recorded as taking place within the grounds of the Barnett Cemetery in Bullock County, Alabama. If you can provide additional people buried with the cemetery, or personal photographs of the gravestones or cemetery grounds, please contact me! Barnett, Augusta Bell “Gussie” b. May 13, 1855 d. Apr. 16, 1869 Barnett, …

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Aberfoil Community Historical Marker

Aberfoil Community Cemetery, Bullock County, Alabama

The following internments have been recorded as taking place within the grounds of the Aberfoil Community Cemetery in Bullock County, Alabama. If you can provide additional people buried with the cemetery, or personal photographs of the gravestones or cemetery grounds, please contact me! When looking for this cemetery it’s important not to confuse it with …

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Greensboro Alabama Cemetery

Antioch Church Cemetery, Midway, Alabama

The following interments have been recorded as taking place within the grounds of the Antioch Church Cemetery at Midway, Alabama. If you can provide additional people buried with the cemetery, or personal photographs of the gravestones or cemetery grounds, please contact me! Daniel, Isaiah b. Aug. 30, 1878 d. Sep. 13, 1948 Foster, Lillian Faith …

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Representative journals of the United States 1885

1929 Abstracts from Crenshaw County Newspapers

1929 Abstracts from Newspapers in Crenshaw Alabama FINLEY – Mr John Smith Finley died at his home in Kansas City,Missouri on last Saturday the 20th,after an illness of practically 18 months. he is survived by his wife Mrs. Willie Wood Finley and three children; Evelyn, Margie and Wood Finley of Kansas City Mo. three brothers …

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Tax Record

Taxable Property in Madison County, Alabama

Taxable Property in Madison County, Mississippi Territory 19 July 1810 The following is an index to individuals who were taxed in Madison County (Alabama) in 1810. Use this information as evidence on whether your ancestor resided in the territory of Madison County. Unfortunately it is just a list of names, and no further information was …

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Alabama Cemeteries Yankee Town to Youngs Chapel

A list of all cemeteries in Alabama, first by name, county and location.  A great tool to help with cemeteries that have the same name within the state. Clicking on the cemetery name will provide you with a map to the location. For additional Alabama Cemetery Listings please visit AccessGenealogy  AHGP  ALHN  USGenWeb  USGenWeb Archives …

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Alabama Cemeteries Williamson-Little to Wright Chapel

A list of all cemeteries in Alabama, first by name, county and location.  A great tool to help with cemeteries that have the same name within the state. Clicking on the cemetery name will provide you with a map to the location. For additional Alabama Cemetery Listings please visit AccessGenealogy  AHGP  ALHN  USGenWeb  USGenWeb Archives …

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Alabama Cemeteries Waugh to Whatley Holiness

A list of all cemeteries in Alabama, first by name, county and location.  A great tool to help with cemeteries that have the same name within the state. Clicking on the cemetery name will provide you with a map to the location. For additional Alabama Cemetery Listings please visit AccessGenealogy  AHGP  ALHN  USGenWeb  USGenWeb Archives …

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Alabama Cemeteries Valermosos to Virginia Mines

A list of all cemeteries in Alabama, first by name, county and location.  A great tool to help with cemeteries that have the same name within the state. Clicking on the cemetery name will provide you with a map to the location. For additional Alabama Cemetery Listings please visit AccessGenealogy  AHGP  ALHN  USGenWeb  USGenWeb Archives …

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