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Bibb County
Alabama

Established:
February 7, 1818
Original Name:
Cahawba County
Changed to Bibb on
December 4, 1820
Formed from:
Monroe County and
Montgomery County

Part of territory
taken to establish:
Chilton County (1868)

Bounded by:
Tuscaloosa County
Jefferson County
Shelby County
Chilton County
Perry County
Hale County

County Seat:
Centreville
Other Communities:
Blocton
Brent
Brent
Six Mile
West Blocton

Population (2000):
20,826




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  • Cemetery Records

    Bibb County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Bibb County, Alabama Cemeteries : Acker, Bibbville, Caffee, Hickman Cemetery, John Green Cemetery, Randolph, Shady Grove, Woodstock Ray Cemetery. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

    Civil War Soldiers buried in Bibb County, Alabama

    Thrasher Cemetery, Bibb County, Alabama


  • Census Records

    Bibb County, Alabama 1830 Census

    Bibb County, Alabama 1830 Census Images

    1830 Federal Census of Bibb County, Alabama : List of heads of households.

    1830 Federal Census of Bibb County, Alabama : List of heads of households in alphabetical order.

    Bibb County, Alabama 1840 Census

    Bibb County, Alabama 1850 Census Index

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

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

    Bibb County, Alabama 1870 Census (partial)

    Bibb County, Alabama 1920 Census, Kingdom State Camp 69 : All Negro Prisoners. Name, age, and state of origin.

    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.


  • Vital Records

    Misc. pre-1900 Bibb County, Alabama Birth Records

    Birth Records from Record of Registered Voters Book 1, Bibb County, Alabama

    Bibb County, Alabama Marriages to 1825

    Bibb County, Alabama Marriages 1820-1862

    Misc. Bibb County, Alabama Marriages : A-C, D-R, S-Z

    Bibb County, Alabama Marriages : 1914 - 1915 - 1916 - 1917

    Bibb County, Alabama Marriage Record H 1881 – 1891

    Misc. Bibb County, Alabama Deaths

    Bibb County, Alabama 1860 Deaths (pdf document)

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


  • Miscellaneous Records

    Index of Book A, minutes of Probate Court, Bibb County, Alabama.

    Bibb County, Alabama Migrations Project

    CSA Military Men 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.


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