Record of Will Book A Dallas County

Index to Will Book A, Dallas County, Alabama

This is an index to Will Book A for Dallas County, Alabama. This will book includes the dates from 15 Sep 1821 to 24 Dec 1849, and includes 225 wills. This is an index specific to the wills found within Book A. Book A includes other probate matters and there is a full index for all names found at the start of FamilySearch Microfilm #007737411. Book A starts on image #77 of 541 which is where the following link will take you.

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Memorial record of Alabama

Biography of James M. Feagin

The article is a biographical sketch of Major James M. Feagin, who was one of the oldest residents of Midway, Bullock County, Alabama. He was born in Jones County, Georgia in 1814, and his father, Samuel Feagin, was a well-respected citizen who served as a sheriff, county commissioner, and justice of the peace. In 1836, James M. Feagin and his family moved to Alabama, where he became involved in the Indian hostilities that were then underway. He raised a company of men and served as a lieutenant, scout, and pilot for various companies of United States troops and volunteers during the summer and fall of 1836. He later attained the position of lieutenant of the Cowikee spies and served throughout the entire two years’ subsequent Indian hostilities. After the Indian hostilities ended, he resumed his farming and succeeded in hewing out a fine homestead from the wilderness. He married Miss Almira C., daughter of Noah B. Cole, and they had twelve children.

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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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Violet Miller Graves

Obituary of Violet Miller Graves (1931-2019)

December 08, 1931 – September 24, 2019 Mrs. Violet Miller Graves, 87, went to be with the Lord Tuesday, September 24, 2019. She died at home, as she wanted, surrounded by her family. She was born December 8, 1931 in the Pineview Community to Levi and Lena Miller. In 1947 Violet married Noah Stephen Graves and loved happily for 62 years, until his death in 2009. The have four children, Aubrey (Janice) Graves of Chipley, FL, Judy George of Ninnekah, OK, Danny (Jan) Graves of Brewton, AL, and Sheila (Troy) Watson of Crestview, FL; one sister, Ruth (Hollis) George of

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Sammy Roy Jordan

Obituary of Sammy Roy Jordan ( -2019)

– September 29, 2019 Mr. Sammy Roy Jordan passed away Sunday, September 29, 2019 at his Brewton residence. Mr. Jordan was born in Shattuck, Oklahoma and had been a resident of the Brewton area since 1990, coming from Alice, Texas. He was an Area Foreman for an oil producing company. He loved to golf and fish, and was of the Christian faith. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Gisela M. Jordan of Brewton; one son, Shane Jordan of Texas; two daughters, Christina Yarbrough of Seattle, WA, and Stefanie Jordan of Corpus Christie, TX; one sister, Madonna Birdwell

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