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Alabama Cemetery Records Online.

Alabama Family Group Sheet Project.

Alabama Marriage Project. This project endeavors to provide actual transcriptions of Marriage Applications, and other Marriage Records, as found recorded in county court houses and state archives.

Alabama Statewide Deaths 1908-1974. Alabama has recorded deaths from 1 January 1908. Though recording of deaths was mandatory, the state did not achieve 90 percent compliance of death registration until 1925.

Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama. Being a list of names, compiled from authentic sources, of soldiers of the American revolution who resided in the State of Alabama.

Alphabetical List of Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama

1785 Tinsas Settlement Spanish/English Census, Alabama

1817 Petition to Congress from the Alabama Territory.

Genealogical Gleanings From Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of Alabama, 1820-1826

Alabama 1867 Voter Registration Records Database. Currently all entries for Wilcox, Winston, Walker, Tuscaloosa, Tallapoosa, Talladega, Sumter, St. Clair, Shelby, Russell, Pike, Pickens and Macon Counties are available.

Marriages of Alabama Index : The Grooms

Revolutionary or Military Pensioners in 1840 Federal Census, Alabama

11th Alabama Cavalry Regiment, Confederate States of America (archived Web page - not always available).

32nd Alabama Infantry Muster Roll (Civil War)

Civil War Roster, Company I, 36th Alabama Volunteer Infantry, Statewide

Civil War - Rosters Co. F, 39th Alabama Regiment

First Regiment Alabama Cavalry CSA

Muster Roll of 19th Alabama Infantry Regiment 1861-1865

Alabama Civil War Veterans and Out-of-State Veterans Buried in Alabama Soil

Alabama Department of Archives and History : Civil War Service Database

1883 Alabama Pensioners Online (archived Web page - not always available).

Alabama Southern Claims Commissions 1871-1880 (pdf document)

First Families of Alabama Certificate Holders. First Families of Alabama is a certificate program offered by the Alabama Genealogical Society, Inc. and is designed to identify and honor the memory of the early residents of the State of Alabama. Early residents of Alabama include those settlers that resided within the present boundaries of Alabama prior to statehood, 14 December 1819.

Suspended Land Entries, 1891, Alabama

Alabama Land Patents Database: Unknown County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

Alabama Soldiers In The Florida War. Compiled service records of the volunteer soldiers during the Florida War serving from Alabama.

Florida World War I service cards 1919 for those born in Alabama

Casualties of WW II - Alabama

Alabama State List : Korean War Casualties (pdf document)

Casualties of the Vietnam War - Alabama (pdf document)

Misc. Alabama Bible Records

Most Wanted for the Counties of Northwest Alabama

Alabama Executions 1812-1965 (archived Web page - not always available)

Alabama Lynchings 1882-1930

Legal Correspondents of Wilber Mercantile Agency in Alabama, 1917

Act of Congress Roll, 1854 : A small roll of the Eastern Cherokees (88 names)


  • Autauga County : listed on a separate page.


  • Baldwin County : listed on a separate page.


  • Barbour County

    Barbour County, Alabama 1850 Census Index

    1860 Barbour County, Alabama Deaths (pdf document).

    Federal death records of Alabama, 1860. : Autauga, Baldwin, Barbour, Bibb, Blount and Butler Counties.

    1860 US Federal Census : Slave Schedules : Alabama : Autauga, Baldwin, Barbour, Bibb, Blount, Butler, and Calhoun Counties (archive.org). Digitized images of reel 0027.

    Barbour County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Slave data Barbour County, Alabama 1843-1849

    Barbour County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Barbour County, Alabama Cemeteries : Pond Bethel, Rocky Mount Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

    Barbour County, Alabama Cemeteries : Adams Chapel Cemetery, Creels Cemetery, Pond Bethel Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1947.

    Barbour County, Alabama Cemeteries : Ephesus/Cunningham, Wilkinson, Center Ridge, Texasville, Johnston, Tew, Jones, Tabernacle, McElvin, Walker, Helms, Pea River, Holmes, McGee & Danner.

    Liberty Church Records 1843-1849, Barbour County, Alabama

    Pea River Presbyterian Church Session Book, 1854-1868, Barbour County, Alabama

    Civil War Roster, Company H., 39th Alabama Infantry, formed in Barbour County

    4th Alabama Batallion (Love's) Cavalry, Confederate States of America : Counties of Origin : Pike and Barbour (archived Web page, not always available).


  • Benton County : See Calhoun County


  • Bibb County : listed on a separate page.


  • Blount County

    Blount County, Alabama 1830 Census : Images online, pdf document.

    Blount County, Alabama 1840 Census

    Blount County, Alabama 1850 Census (USGenWeb Archives)

    Blount county Alabama 1850 US Federal Census : Transcription - Images Online

    Blount County, Alabama 1860 Census

    1860 Blount County, Alabama Deaths (pdf document)

    Federal death records of Alabama, 1860. : Autauga, Baldwin, Barbour, Bibb, Blount and Butler Counties.

    Blount County, Alabama Marriages to 1825

    Index to Obituaries Taken From The Southern Democrat, Blount County, Alabama 1894 - 1940

    Blount County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Blount County, Alabama List of Confederate Pensioners

    Members of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, Blount County, Alabama 1886-1946

    Blount County, Alabama Cemetery Records : Part 1 - Part 2

    Civil War Rosters The 48th Alabama Infantry, Company E-F-H-I-K. Marshall, Blount, Cherokee, and Calhoun Counties.

    Blount County, Alabama Cemeteries : 7 cemeteries. Compiled by members of the LDS in Alabama published around 1964.


  • Bullock County

    Bullock County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Bullock County, Alabama Cemeteries

    15th census, population, 1930 : Alabama : Baldwin, Bibb, and Bullock Counties. Baldwin EDs 2-1 to 2-8, 2-22, 2-9 to 2-10, 2-23, 2-11 to 2-14, 2-24, 2-15 to 2-21 Bibb EDs 4-1 to 4-20 Bullock EDs 6-5 to 6-11.


  • Butler County : listed on a separate page.


  • Calhoun County (formerly Benton County) : listed on a separate page.


  • Chambers County

    Chambers County, Alabama 1850 Federal Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    1850 Chambers County, Alabama Census (trackingyourroots.com)

    Chambers County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Finley Cemetery, LaFayette, Chambers County

    CSA Confederate Soldiers from Chambers County, Alabama

    Chambers County, Alabama Civil War Military Rosters

    Chambers County, Alabama Marriages : Book 1

    Chambers County, Alabama Family Group Sheets

    Chambers County Alabama Archives Miscellaneous Marriages 1833-1842 : by Bride, by Groom

    The 60th Alabama Infantry, Civil War Rosters Companies A - K. Pike, Coosa, Montgomery, Chambers, Henry, Butler, and Lowndes Counties, Alabama; and Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.

    River View Cemetery, Chambers County, Alabama : Deramus, Herman, Jackson, Jones Cemetery, Nunn, Wallace. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Cherokee County

    Cherokee County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Cherokee County, Alabama Cemeteries Page

    Cherokee County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Cherokee County, Alabama 1850 Census Images (pdf document)

    15th census, population, 1930 : Alabama : Cherokee, Choctaw, and Clay Counties. Digitized copy of Reel 6 - 1930 Alabama Federal Population Census Schedules - Cherokee EDs 10-1 to 10-25 Choctaw EDs 12-1 to 12-5, 12-19, 12-6 to 12-18 Clay EDs 14-1 to 14-19.

    Cherokee County, Alabama Divorces (1856-1880)

    Civil War Rosters The 48th Alabama Infantry, Company E-F-H-I-K. Marshall, Blount, Cherokee, and Calhoun Counties.

    Cherokee County, Alabama Civil War Rosters

    Cherokee County, Alabama Cemeteries : 34 cemeteries. Compiled by members of the LDS in Alabama published around 1964.


  • Chilton County : listed on a separate page.


  • Choctaw County

    1850 Census Choctaw County, Alabama (US GenWeb Archives)

    Choctaw County, Alabama 1850 Census (US Census Project)

    Choctaw County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Choctaw County, Alabama 1880 Census

    Choctaw County, Alabama 1900 Census

    15th census, population, 1930 : Alabama : Cherokee, Choctaw, and Clay Counties. Digitized copy of Reel 6 - 1930 Alabama Federal Population Census Schedules - Cherokee EDs 10-1 to 10-25 Choctaw EDs 12-1 to 12-5, 12-19, 12-6 to 12-18 Clay EDs 14-1 to 14-19.

    Misc. Washington and Choctaw Counties, Alabama Land Records.


  • Clarke County : listed on a separate page.


  • Clay County : listed on a separate page.


  • Cleburne County : listed on a separate page.


  • Coffee County

    Coffee County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Coffee County, Alabama 1860 Census

    Coffee County, Alabama 1910 Census (partial)

    Coffee County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Civil War - Roster 25th Alabama Infantry, Company K (Pike and Coffee County)

    Civil War - Roster 53rd Alabama Partisan Rangers, Company H (Pike and Coffee County)

    Coffee County, Alabama Index to Reconstructed Federal Land Tract Book. The index includes all Federal land grants before 1908 located in present day Coffee County which were paid for with cash or were homesteaded.

    Civil War Soldiers buried in Coffee County, Alabama


  • Colbert County

    Colbert County, Alabama 1870 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Colbert County, Alabama 1870 Census (US Census Project)

    Colbert County, Alabama Cemeteries

    St. Pauls Baptist Church Cemetery, Tuscumbia, Colbert County

    Tuscumbia, Muscle Shoales, Sheffield City Directory, 1926, Colbert County, Alabama

    Extracts from Colbert County and Lauderdale County Newspapers 1824 - 1827 (Alabama)

    Colbert County, Alabama World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918

    Colbert County, Alabama Cemeteries : Cherokee, Garrett Cemetery; Cherokee, Pleasant Hill Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

    New Brick Cemetery, Ford City, Colbert County, Alabama. Copied by members of the LDS in Alabama in 1961.


  • Conecuh County

    Census Abstracts, Conecuh County, Alabama 1820 (5 pages) (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond).

    Conecuh County, Alabama 1850 Federal Census (US Census Project)

    Conecuh County, Alabama 1850 Census (USGenWeb Archives)

    1850 Slave Schedules - Butler & Conecuh Counties, Alabama

    Conecuh County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Conecuh County, Alabama 1870 Census (US Census Project)

    Conecuh County, Alabama 1870 Census (partial) (USGenWeb Archives)

    Conecuh County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Early Baptist Churches Records, 1826-1849, Conecuh County, Alabama

    Muster Roll of Captain E.W. Martins' Company, Miller Guards, Alabama Vol., 38th Regiment, CSA - Conecuh and Monroe Counties

    Murder Creek/Belleville Baptist Church Early Membership Rolls, Conecuh County, Alabama


  • Coosa County : listed on a separate page.


  • Covington County

    1830 Federal Census Covington County, Alabama

    1830 Covington County Alabama Census Images

    Covington County, Alabama 1840 Census

    Covington County, Alabama 1850 Census

    1850 Agricultural Census - Covington County, Alabama

    Covington County, Alabama 1860 Census (partial)

    1870 Covington County Alabama Census Images

    1930 Alabama Federal Population Census Schedules Coosa and Covington Counties. Digitized microfilm reel 10.

    Covington County, Alabama Civil War Rosters

    Covington County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Good Hope Cemetery, Good Hope Primitive Baptist Church, Covington County, Alabama

    Goodhope Church Records, Covington County, Alabama 1828-1902 : Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

    Pilgrim's Rest Primitive Baptist Church, Covington County, Alabama 1859-1891 : Part 1 - Part 2

    Covington County, Alabama Cemeteries : Beda Cemetery; Falco, Wing Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Crenshaw County

    Crenshaw County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Crenshaw County, Alabama : Marriage Records 1867-1936 : Black - Grooms, White - Grooms, White - Brides.


  • Cullman County

    Cullman County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Some Civil War Soldiers In Cullman County, Alabama


  • Dale County

    1830 Dale County Alabama Census Images

    Dale County, Alabama 1850 Census (US Census Project)

    Dale County, Alabama 1850 Census. Index and agricultural data.

    Dale County, Alabama 1860 Census (partial)

    Dale County, Alabama 1860 Census - partial

    Dale County, Alabama 1870 Census (partial)

    Dale County, Alabama 1870 Census - partial (US Census Project)

    1870 Dale County Alabama Census Images

    Dale County, Alabama 1880 Census Surname Index

    1880 Dale County Alabama Census Images

    Dale County, Alabama 1900 Census Index

    1900 Dale County Alabama Census Images

    Dale County, Alabama Marriage Licenses November 1884 to 1930 by Grooms

    Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in Dale County, Alabama in 1907

    Ozark, Dale County, Alabama News Obituaries October 1999 - 2005 (archived Web page - not always available).

    Dale County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Name Index to the book Some of the old settlers and the names of their sons who lived in or near the junction of the East and West Choctawhatchee Rivers of Dale County, Alabama prior to 1860 by William E. Preston nee Mathews.

    Index to the Cobb Funeral Book, Dale County, Alabama 5/5/1927- 8/10/1934

    Original Land Patent Purchasers, Range 25E, Township 6N, Dale County, Alabama

    Dale County, Alabama Index to Reconstructed Federal Land Tract Book. The index includes all Federal land grants before 1908 located in present day Dale County which were paid for with cash or were homesteaded.

    Dale County, Alabama Cemeteries : Providence Church Cemetery, Summerhill, Windham, Woodham. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Dallas County : listed on a separate page.


  • DeKalb County

    DeKalb County, Alabama 1850 Census Index

    Chapman Roll of Eastern Cherokees 1851 : The following states were covered: Alabama (Jackson, Marshall, and DeKalb Counties), Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, District of Columbia.

    1851 Census of Cherokees east of the Misssissippi : The following states were covered: Alabama (Jackson, Marshall, and DeKalb Counties), Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Washington DC (archived Web site - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    DeKalb County, Alabama Cemeteries


  • Elmore County : listed on a separate page.


  • Escambia County

    Escambia County, Alabama Births 1914-1919

    1907 Census of Confederate Soldiers in Escambia County, Alabama

    1997 Vitals extracted from The Brewton Standard, Brewton, Escambia County, Alabama

    1998 Vitals extracted from The Brewton Standard, Brewton, Escambia County, Alabama

    Veterans' Memorial, Escambia County, Alabama

    Index of Convict Docket, Book A, 1880-1904, Escambia County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Escambia County, Alabama. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership.

    Roster of General Clanton Camp, United Confederate Veterans, Escambia County, Alabama

    Escambia County, Alabama Marriages Volume A, Sept. 25, 1879 - Aug. 25, 1892

    Escambia County, Alabama Deaths 1914-1919

    Escambia County, Alabama Cemeteries


  • Etowah County

    Etowah County, Alabama Land Patents Database

    Confederate Pensioners, Etowah County, Alabama

    List of Honorabley Discharged WWI Veterans, Etowah County, Alabama

    Etowah County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Some Civil War Soldiers In Etowah County, Alabama

    Walnut Grove Cemetery, Etowah County, Alabama. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Fayette County

    Fayette County, Alabama Cemetery Records

    Fayette County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Fayette County, Alabama 1830 Census

    Fayette County, Alabama 1840 Census

    Fayette County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Fayette County, Alabama 1860 Census : Surname Index

    Fayette County, Alabama Land Patents Database. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership.

    Company A, 5th Alabama Cavalry, Fayette & Marion Counties


  • Franklin County

    Census Abstracts, Franklin County, Alabama 1820 (4 pages) (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond).

    1850 Agricultural Census - Franklin County, Alabama

    Franklin County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Franklin County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Franklin County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government. Others are the result of homesteading, Indian cessions or treaties, or bounty lands given to military veterans.

    Franklin County, Alabama Cemeteries


  • Geneva County

    1880 Geneva County Alabama Census Images Online

    Geneva County, Alabama 1900 Census Images Online

    Geneva County, Alabama 1910 Census Images Online : Part 1 - Part 2

    Geneva County, Alabama 1920 Census Images Online : Part 1 - Part 2

    Piney Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Samson, Geneva County, Alabama

    Traveler's Rest Cemetery, Samson, Geneva County, Alabama

    Sandy Creek Baptist Association Church Records, Geneva County, Alabama 1878-1896

    Geneva County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Geneva County, Alabama. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Geneva County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government. Others are the result of homesteading, Indian cessions or treaties, or bounty lands given to military veterans.

    Geneva County, Alabama Index to Reconstructed Federal Land Tract Book. The index includes all Federal land grants before 1908 located in present day Geneva County which were paid for with cash or were homesteaded.


  • Greene County

    Greene, Alabama 1850 Federal Census (US Census Project)

    Greene County, Alabama 1850 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Greene County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Greene County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Marriages to 1825, Greene County, Alabama.

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Greene County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government. Others are the result of homesteading, Indian cessions or treaties, or bounty lands given to military veterans.


  • Hale County

    Hale County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Hale County, Alabama Land Patents Database. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.


  • Hancock County : see Winston County


  • Henry County

    Henry County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Henry County Alabama Cemeteries

    Henry County, Alabama Cemeteries : Hutto Family Cemetery; Shiloh Freewill Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1947.

    Balkum Baptist Church Cemetery, Henry County

    Little Rocky Mount Freewill Baptist Church Cemetery

    The 60th Alabama Infantry, Civil War Rosters Companies A - K. Pike, Coosa, Montgomery, Chambers, Henry, Butler, and Lowndes Counties, Alabama; and Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.

    Marriages to 1825, Henry County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Henry County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Henry County, Alabama Index to Reconstructed Federal Land Tract Book. The index includes all Federal land grants before 1908 located in present day Henry County which were paid for with cash or were homesteaded.


  • Houston County

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Houston County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Obituaries for Some People in the Winslette Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery, Houston County, Alabama

    Houston County, Alabama Index to Reconstructed Federal Land Tract Book. The index includes all Federal land grants before 1908 located in present day Houston County which were paid for with cash or were homesteaded.

    Houston County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Houston County, Alabama Cemeteries : Kinsey, Rockey Branch. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

    Houston County, Alabama Cemeteries : 24 cemeteries. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1947.

    Winslette Chapel Methodist Church Cemetery, Houston County, Alabama


  • Jackson County

    Jackson County, Alabama 1850 Census (USGenWeb Project)

    Jackson County, Alabama 1850 Agricultural Census

    Jackson County, Alabama 1850 Federal Census : Districts 19, 20 and 21.

    Jackson County, Alabama Marriages 1851-1856 and Book A 1859-1871 : Surnames A to C - Surnames D to H

    Chapman Roll of Eastern Cherokees 1851 : The following states were covered: Alabama (Jackson, Marshall, and DeKalb Counties), Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, District of Columbia.

    1851 Census of Cherokees east of the Misssissippi : The following states were covered: Alabama (Jackson, Marshall, and DeKalb Counties), Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Washington DC (archived Web site - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    Jackson County, Alabama Marriage Records 1851-1856; Book A, 1859-1871; Book B 1871-1876; Book C 1876-1881.

    1819 Settlers on Indian Lands, Jackson County, Alabama & Marion County, Tennessee

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Jackson County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Jackson County, Alabama Civil War Rosters

    Jackson County, Alabama Cemeteries


  • Jefferson County

    Jefferson County, Alabama Marriages 1815-1899

    Jefferson County, Alabama 1830 Census Index

    Jefferson County, Alabama 1850 Federal Census (US-census.org)

    Jefferson County, Alabama 1850 Census (USGenWeb Project)

    1860 Census, Cahaba Valley Beat, Dist 32, Jefferson County, Alabama (USGenWeb Project)

    Jefferson County, Alabama 1900 Census

    Marriages to 1825, Jefferson County, Alabama

    Jefferson County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Union Baptist Church Inscriptions, Lipscomb, Jefferson County, Alabama

    City Court Of Birmingham (Jefferson County, Alabama), Witness List For Grand Jury March 2, 1885

    Hueytown Historical Society's Cemeteries of western Jefferson County, Alabama, southeastern Walker County, Alabama and northeastern Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

    Moore Cemetery, McCalla, Jefferson County, Alabama. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

    Bush Family Cemetery, Irondale, Jefferson County, Alabama : Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1959.


  • Lamar County

    Cemetery Page of the Lamar County Genealogy & Historical Society, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Lamar County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Sanford County, Alabama 1870 Census (today Lamar County)

    Lamar County, Alabama 1880 Census Surname Index

    Lamar County, Alabama Cemeteries


  • Lauderdale County

    Lauderdale County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Lauderdale County, Alabama 1850 Agricultural Census

    Lauderdale County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Lauderdale County, Alabama 1900 Census Name Index

    Extracts from Colbert County and Lauderdale County Newspapers 1824 - 1827 (Alabama)

    Index to Obituaries Extracted from the Times-Daily Newspaper, Lauderdale, Alabama 1985-1996

    Marriages to 1825, Lauderdale County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Lauderdale County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Lauderdale County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Lauderdale County, Alabama Cemeteries : Florence, Greenview Memorial Park Cemetery; Florence, Mount Tabor Cemetery; Florence, Rogers Chapel Cemetery; Killen, Hill Family Cemetery; Killen, North Carolina Cemetery; Old Stony Point Cemetery; Rogersville, Miller Family Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1959.

    Lauderdale County, Alabama Cemeteries : 21 cemeteries. Copied by members of the LDS in Alabama in 1961.

    Pisgah Cemetery, Lauderdale County, Alabama : Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1959.


  • Lawrence County

    Lawrence County, Alabama Cemeteries

    1820 State Census Lawrence County, Alabama (USGenWeb Archives)

    1820 State Census Lawrence County, Alabama (US Census Project)

    Lawrence County, Alabama 1850 Census (USGenWeb Archives)

    Lawrence County, Alabama 1860 Slave Schedule

    Lawrence County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Lawrence County, Alabama : Receipts for Confederate Soldiers Warrants 1905

    Lawrence County, Alabama Marriages to 1825

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Lawrence County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.


  • Lee County

    Lee County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Some Civil War Soldiers In Lee County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Lee County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Phenix City Godwin Cemetery, Lee County, Alabama. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Limestone County

    Census Abstracts, Limestone County, Alabama 1820 (12 pages) (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond).

    Limestone County, Alabama 1850 Census Index

    Limestone County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Limestone County, Alabama 1870 Census

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Limestone County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Articles of Interest from the Alabama Courier, Limestone County, Alabama in 1888

    Limestone County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Limestone County, Alabama Cemeteries : Elkmont, Bottoms Cemetery; Elkmont, New Garden Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Lowndes County : listed on a separate page.


  • Macon County

    Macon County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Macon County, Alabama 1850 Federal Census (partial - US Census Project)

    Macon County, Alabama 1850 Census (partial - US GenWeb Archives)

    Macon County, Alabama Obituary Project

    Macon County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Macon County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Company F, 46th Alabama Infantry Roster : Macon County and Tallapoosa County.


  • Madison County

    1809 Census of Madison County, Alabama (US GenWeb Archives)

    1830 Census of Madison County, Alabama

    1840 Census of Madison County, Alabama

    Madison County, Alabama 1850 Federal Census (US Census Project)

    1850 Census of Madison County, Alabama (US GenWeb Archives)

    Madison County, Alabama 1860 Census

    Madison County, Alabama Largest Slaveholders from 1860 Slave Census Schedules and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    1870 Census of Madison County, Alabama (partial)

    1900 Census of Madison County, Alabama

    15th census, population, 1930 : Alabama : Madison and Marengo Counties. Digitized microfilm reel 38.

    Madison County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Marriages to 1825, Madison County, Alabama

    Misc. Madison County, Alabama Records. Marriages 1809-1973, probate records, naturalizations, and more. From the Madison County Records Center, an extention of the Probate Judge's office.

    Naturalization Records 1847-1906, Madison County, Alabama

    Civil War Roster : Company E, 37th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (7th Infantry) (1st East Tennessee Rifles). Many of the men enlisted in Huntsville, Alabama and were from Madison County, Alabama.

    1890 Delinquent Tax Docket Index, Madison County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Madison County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Madison County, Alabama Cemeteries : 50 cemeteries. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1959.


  • Marengo County : listed on a separate page.


  • Marion County

    Marion County, Alabama 1850 Census Index (surnames only)

    Marion County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Company A, 5th Alabama Cavalry, Fayette & Marion Counties

    Some Civil War Soldiers In Marion County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Marion County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.


  • Marshall County

    Marshall County, Alabama 1850 Census Index (Surnames only)

    Marshall County, Alabama 1900 Census Index (Surnames only)

    Marshall County, Alabama Marriages 1836-1884

    Chapman Roll of Eastern Cherokees 1851 : The following states were covered: Alabama (Jackson, Marshall, and DeKalb Counties), Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, District of Columbia.

    1851 Census of Cherokees east of the Misssissippi : The following states were covered: Alabama (Jackson, Marshall, and DeKalb Counties), Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Washington DC (archived Web site - may be unavailable or slow to respond).

    Confederate Veterans buried in Marshall County, Alabama

    Civil War Rosters The 48th Alabama Infantry, Company E-F-H-I-K. Marshall, Blount, Cherokee, and Calhoun Counties.

    Confederate Veterans buried in Marshall County, Alabama

    Marshall County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Marshall County, Alabama Cemeteries : Boaz, Happy Hill Cemetery; Boaz, Thrasher Cemetery; Horton, New Hope Cemetery, Liberty Hill Cemetery; Oak Grove Cemetery; Rock Springs Cemetery, Wynville Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Mobile County : listed on a separate page.


  • Monroe County : listed on a separate page.


  • Montgomery County : listed on a separate page.


  • Morgan County

    Morgan County, Alabama 1830 Census (US Census Project)

    Morgan County, Alabama 1830 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Morgan County, Alabama 1840 Census

    Morgan County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Morgan County, Alabama 1850 Census

    1850 Alabama Federal Population Census Slave Schedules - Mobile, Monroe, Montgomery, and Morgan Counties (archive.org). Digital images of microfilm reel 0022.

    Morgan County, Alabama 1870 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Morgan County, Alabama 1870 Census (US Census Project)

    Morgan County, Alabama 1900 Census (US Census Project)

    Morgan County, Alabama 1900 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Morgan County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Morgan County, Alabama Obituaries

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Morgan County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Marriages to 1825, Morgan County, Alabama

    Hebron Church of Christ Church Roll Book, Morgan County, Alabama


  • Perry County

    Perry County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Perry County, Alabama 1830 Census

    Perry County, Alabama 1840 Census Index

    Perry County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Perry County, Alabama 1860 Census

    Perry County, Alabama 1860 Slaveholders and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Black Families of Alabama's Black Belt : Perry County

    Perry County, Alabama Volunteers in the Creek Indian Wars of 1836

    Roster of the Perry County, Alabama Volunteers who served in the Mexicans War 1846-1847

    Marriages to 1825, Perry County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Perry County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Uniontown Cemetery, Perry County, Alabama : Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1959.

    CSA Military Men of Central Alabama. Covers the counties of Autauga, Baker, Bibb, Chilton, Dallas, Perry, and Shelby.

    Some Obituaries of Central Alabama. Covers the counties of Autauga, Baker, Bibb, Chilton, Dallas, Perry, and Shelby.

    Central Alabama Patriarchs. Reports for families who lived in the central Alabama area. Many of the descendants still live in the area. Each report contains either three or four generations. Covers the counties of Autauga, Baker, Bibb, Chilton, Dallas, Perry, and Shelby.


  • Pickens County

    Pickens, AL 1850 Federal Census (US Census Project)

    Pickens County, Alabama 1850 Census (USGenWeb Archives)

    Pikens County, Alabama 1860 Slaveholders and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Pickens County, Alabama 1880 Census (USGenWeb Archives)

    Pickens County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Pickens County, Alabama Land Records. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.


  • Pike County

    Franklin, Pike County, Alabama 1830 Census

    Pike County, Alabama 1850 Census : Surname Index and Slave Schedule

    Pike County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Pike County, Alabama Civil War Rosters

    Civil War - Roster 25th Alabama Infantry, Company K (Pike and Coffee County)

    Civil War - Roster 53rd Alabama Partisan Rangers, Company H (Pike and Coffee County)

    The 60th Alabama Infantry, Civil War Rosters Companies A - K. Pike, Coosa, Montgomery, Chambers, Henry, Butler, and Lowndes Counties, Alabama; and Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.

    An Index to Pike County, Alabama, Divorces 1887-1898

    Pike County, Alabama Land Records. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    4th Alabama Batallion (Love's) Cavalry, Confederate States of America : Counties of Origin : Pike and Barbour (archived Web page, not always available).


  • Randolph County

    Randolph County, Alabama 1840 Federal Census (US Census Project)

    Randolph County, Alabama 1840 Federal Census (us-census.org)

    Randolph County, Alabama 1840 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Randolph County, Alabama 1850 Census (us-census.org)

    Randolph County, Alabama 1850 Slave Schedule Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Randolph County, Alabama 1860 Census (us-census.org)

    Randolph County, Alabama 1850 Census Surname Index (US GenWeb Archives)

    Randolph County, Alabama 1860 Census (partial) (US GenWeb Archives)

    Randolph County, Alabama Marriages 1900-1905 : Grooms - Brides

    Randolph County, Alabama Obituaries

    Randolph County, Alabama : Misc. Civil War Records

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Randolph County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Randolph County, Alabama Cemeteries


  • Russell County

    Russell County, Alabama 1840 Census Surname Index

    Russell County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Russel County, Alabama 1860 Slaveholders and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Russell County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Russell County, Alabama Obituaries

    Russell County, Alabama Cemeteries


  • Saint Clair County

    Census Abstracts, St. Clair County, Alabama 1820 (4 pages) (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond).

    Saint Clair County, Alabama 1830 Census Index (surnames only)

    Saint Clair County, Alabama 1840 Census Index (surnames only)

    St. Clair County, Alabama 1850 Census (partial) (US Census Project)

    Saint Clair County, Alabama 1850 Census

    St. Clair County, Alabama 1860 Census (US Census Project)

    Saint Clair County, Alabama Marriages to 1825

    Saint Clair County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Alabama Land Patents Database: St. Clair County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    St. Clair County, Alabama Cemeteries : Beason (Choat) Cemetery; Broken Arrow Cemetery; Ebenezer Methodist Cemetery; Mitchell Cemetery; Wilson Cemetery. Compiled by members of the LDS in Alabama published around 1964.


  • Shelby County

    Census Abstracts, Shelby County, Alabama 1820 (12 pages) (archived website - may be unavailable, incomplete, or slow to respond).

    Shelby County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Shelby County, Alabama 1850 Federal Census

    Saint Clair County, Alabama 1860 Census

    Shelby County, Alabama 1880 Mortality Schedule for Beat 1

    Shelby County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Shelby County, Alabama Marriages to 1825

    Shelby County, Alabama Marriages 1824-1850 : Brides - Grooms

    Shelby County, Alabama Marriages 1849-1859 : Brides - Grooms

    Shelby County, Alabama Marriages 1859-1867 : Brides - Grooms

    Shelby County, Alabama Marriages 1860-1869 : Grooms - Brides

    Some Shelby County, Alabama Marriages 1841-1927

    Shelby County, Alabama Marriages 1891-1896 : Brides - Grooms

    Shelby County, Alabama Marriages 1896-1899 : Grooms - Brides

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Shelby County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Shelby County, Alabama : Index to Miscellaneous Probate Records, D Drawers

    CSA Military Men of Central Alabama. Covers the counties of Autauga, Baker, Bibb, Chilton, Dallas, Perry, and Shelby.

    Some Obituaries of Central Alabama. Covers the counties of Autauga, Baker, Bibb, Chilton, Dallas, Perry, and Shelby.

    Shelby County, Alabama Cemeteries : Calera, Salem Cemetery; South Calera; South Calera, Rock Spring Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

    Central Alabama Patriarchs. Reports for families who lived in the central Alabama area. Many of the descendants still live in the area. Each report contains either three or four generations. Covers the counties of Autauga, Baker, Bibb, Chilton, Dallas, Perry, and Shelby.


  • Sumter County

    Sumter County, Alabama 1840 Census

    Sumter, Alabama 1850 Federal Census

    Sumter, Alabama 1850 Federal Census Index (Surnames only)

    Sumter County, Alabama 1860 Slaveholders and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Sumter County, Alabama 1870 Census

    Sumter County, Alabama 1880 Census (partial : enumeration district 157)

    Sumter, Alabama Cemeteries

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Sumter County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Sumter County, Alabama Cemeteries : Old Camp Ground Cemetery, Rosser, Shilom, Ward. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Talladega County

    Talladega County, Alabama 1840 Census Index (Surnames only)

    Talladega County, Alabama 1850 Census

    1860 Talledega County Alabama Census Images : Slave Schedule

    Talladega County, Alabama 1860 Slaveholders and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Talladega County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Talladega County, Alabama Civil War Rosters

    Confederate States of America Reserves, Talladega County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Taladega County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Comers Cemetery, Sylacauga, Talladega County, Alabama. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

    Sylacauga, Talladega County, Alabama Cemeteries : Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1959.

    Marble City Cemetery, Sylacauga, Talladega County. Copied by members of the LDS in Alabama in 1961.


  • Tallapoosa County

    Tallapoosa County, Alabama 1840 Census Index (surnames only)

    Tallapoosa County, Alabama 1850 Census Index (surnames only)

    Tallapoosa County, Alabama 1860 Federal Census : US GenWeb Archives (partial) - us-census.org (partial) - USGenWeb Census Project (partial)

    Hackneyville, Tallapoosa County, Alabama 1880 Census Every Name Index

    Tallapoosa County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Register of Births from the Marion Tucker Estate 1889-1896

    Register of Deaths from the Marion Tucker Estate 1889-1896

    Some Early Marriages in Tallapoosa County, Alabama

    Tallapoosa County, Alabama Loose Leaf Marriage Records :
    By Bride : A - C, D - H, I - M, N - R, S - Z
    By Groom : A - C, D - H, I - M, N - R, S - Z

    Langley Funeral Home Records, Tallapoosa County, Alabama : 1925-1949, Surnames A to I - 1925-1949, Surnames J to Z - 1949-1980, Surnames A to K - 1949-1980, Surnames L to Z

    Company F, 46th Alabama Infantry Roster : Macon County and Tallapoosa County.

    Tallapoosa County, Alabama Civil War Rosters

    Confederate Soldiers buried in Tallapoosa County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Tallapoosa County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    New Hope Cemetery, Tallapoosa County, Alabama. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Tuscaloosa County

    Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1850 Census

    Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1860 Census

    Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1860 Slaveholders and Surname Matches for African Americans on 1870 Census

    Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Obituaries

    Marriages to 1825, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

    Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Tuscaloosa County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Hueytown Historical Society's Cemeteries of western Jefferson County, Alabama, southeastern Walker County, Alabama and northeastern Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

    Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Cemeteries : Coker, Mount Olive Cemetery; McMath Cemetery; Vance, Union Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Walker County

    Walker County, Alabama 1850 Census (US Census Project)

    Walker County, Alabama 1850 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    1860 Alabama Federal Population Census Schedules - Walker, Winston, Wilcox, and Washington Counties (archive.org). Digital images of microfilm reel 0026.

    1860 Walker County Alabama Census Images

    1860 Walker County Alabama Census Images : Slave Schedule (images online)

    Walker County, Alabama 1900 Census (US Census Project)

    Walker County, Alabama 1900 Census (US GenWeb Archives)

    Walker County, Alabama 1910 Census : Enumeration District 170 (partial)

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Walker County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Walker County, Alabama Cemeteries

    DeBardleben Coal Corporation Employment Records, Walker County, Alabama

    Hueytown Historical Society's Cemeteries of western Jefferson County, Alabama, southeastern Walker County, Alabama and northeastern Tuscaloosa County, Alabama.

    Some Civil War Soldiers Buried in Walker County, Alabama

    Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Walker County, Alabama. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.


  • Washington County : listed on a separate page.


  • Wilcox County : listed on a separate page.


  • Winston County (formerly Hancock County)

    Hancock County, Alabama 1850 Census (today Winston County)

    1860 Alabama Federal Population Census Schedules - Walker, Winston, Wilcox, and Washington Counties (archive.org). Digital images of microfilm reel 0026.

    Winston County, Alabama 1860 Census Images : Slave Schedule

    Death Index, 1908 - 1920, Winston, Alabama

    The New Era Obituaries 1899-1909, Winston County, Alabama

    Alabama Land Patents Database: Winston County. These land records represent the transfer of public lands to private ownership. In most cases they represent purchase of the land by individuals from the United States Government.

    Civil War Soldiers Buried Winston County, Alabama

    1907 Confederate Soldiers Census, Winston County, Alabama

    Winston County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Abstracts of Obituaries and Marriages from the Winston Herald 1886-1897, Winston County, Alabama

    Abstracted Obituaries from the New Era, 1899-1909, Winston County, Alabama

    Death Index, 1908 - 1920, Winston County, Alabama

    Winston County, Alabama Cemeteries : Bethel Missionary Baptist no.2 Cemetery; Concord Missionary Baptist Cemetery; Mt. Zion Baptist Cemetery; Poole Cemetery; Union Grove Methodist Cemetery. Compiled by members of the LDS in Alabama published around 1964.


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