Talladega County Alabama
Part of the American History & Genealogy Project


Welcome to Talladega County a part of the American History and Genealogy Project.  It is our goal to provide you with the best information possible when searching for your Talladega County Ancestors.  I am Judy White and I will be your host for Talladega County.

Talladega County was created on 18 Dec. 1832, from land stolen from the Creek Indians. The county seat, also Talladega, is named for a Creek Indian village. Did the village get its name from the beautiful Talladega?

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Charles and Paula our Alabama State Coordinator. Visit our About Page to learn more about AHGP

On Site Resources

Bible Records Census Records Cemetery Records
Church/Bible Records Court Records Home Pages
Land & Deeds Marriage Records Military Records
Obituaries Talladega Towns Vital Records
Native American Resources
African American Resources
Talladega Camp of Instruction

Other Resources

Selected Creek Letters
Research in Talladega County
Resources at the Talladega Public Library
Talladega Name

Talladega County Neighbors

Calhoun, Cleburne and St. Clair

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