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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Jones Cemetery

Jones Baptist Cemetery, Jones, Alabama

This cemetery is owned and maintained by the Jones Baptist Church. This cemetery is on the east side of County Road 16, in the town of Jones, Alabama. It contains at least 5 unmarked graves. Location County Road 16Jones, Autauga County, Alabama, 36749 USA Transcription Apperson, Emma B. Smedley, b. Oct 30, 1878, d. Jan 25, 1963, w/o James FApperson, Frances E., b. Jun 10, 1909, d. Oct 25, 1994, dau of James & Emma AppersonApperson, James F., b. Jun 2, 1878, d. May 15, 1948, s/w Emma B SmedleyBice, Marion G., b. Apr 2, 1888, d. Jan 1, 1965,

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