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Elam Baptist Church Cemetery, Elamville, Alabama

Elam Baptist Church Cemetery, west of Elamville in southwestern Barbour County, mainly holds twentieth-century graves. Of the approximately 470 identified interments, nearly all date from 1900 onward. There are also numerous unmarked burials. Prominent surnames include Adamson, Andrews, Arrington, Baker, Barber, Barr, Black, and many others. The survey was completed in May 2000 by Richard and Karen Price, assisted by Gene L. Pugh.

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Tax Record

1890 Delinquent Tax Docket – Madison County

There are usually four entries (names) per page. Information given is Name, Location of Property, and Amount of Tax owed. If paid it is so marked. If sold an additional entry is made giving that information. The data is alphabetized by Beat so check each beat if you aren’t sure where your ancestor lived. Scans from this and other years are available from the Tax Assessor’s Annex in Huntsville, Alabama. Beat 1 Huntsville Barclay J. W. Dr. p. 1 Beadle J. H. p. 1 Bennett F. M. p. 1 Binford Lucinda p. 2 Bowen Solon p. 2 Breek Beverly (Hornton)

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Index to the Tuskaloosa Gazette 1875-1876

Genealogists and local historians will find a wealth of information in old newspapers. The weekly “gossip” columns, wedding and death announcements, court and legal documents, and even the classified advertisements are filled with the names of old Tuscaloosa area residents. The names can be compared with census records and can help family historians document the lives of their relatives. The local businesses, clubs, schools and churches of post-Reconstruction Tuscaloosa were especially important social services, and the newspaper accounts of their activities and memberships are invaluable research sources. The usefulness of a Gazette item to genealogists can vary from zero to

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Liberty Baptist Cemetery, Deatsville, Alabama

Liberty Baptist Cemetery, Deatsville, Alabama

This cemetery is owned and maintained by the Liberty Baptist Church. It is in good condition and still being used for burials. Judging from the existing headstones it goes back to the late 1800s. There are many unmarked or broken stones and slabs listed at the bottom under Miscellaneous markers. The cemetery is on 31 North, beside CR 61 in north Autauga County Alabama. Location 2315 Hwy 31 NorthDeatsville, Alabama 36067 Transcription ??, Anna, b. Jun 01, 1900, d. Aug 3, 1928, unable to read, slab broken and fallen in, by CooksAldridge, Bettie, b. Nov 23, 1870, d. Sep 25,

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