Wednesday, April 13, 2016

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Alabama Probate Records and Genealogy

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Barbour
  1. Divorce Book B and Index
  2. Chancery Court (Estates, Wills, Petitions, Bonds, Adoptions, Marriage Licenses 1888 to 1927 and Index
  3. Deeds pp.124-532


Chambers County
  1. Marriages 1812-1837
  2. Wills 1833-1856


Cherokee County
  1. Cherokee County Index to Apprentice Bonds 1882 to 1909
  2. Rehoboth Cemetery Records


Clarke County
  1. Wills 1818 to 1825; index to wills and estates
  2. Wills and Estates 1825 to 1832
  3. Guardians, Estates, Wills 1832 to 1839; index to wills
Clay County
  1. 1909 Clay County Death Index


Dallas County
  1. Dallas Wills (and index) 1821-1848


Fayette County
  1. Estate Settlements 1837-1838
  2. Land Grants 1840-1849
Greene County
  1. Greene County Marriages (and index) 1818 to 1847


      Jackson County Digital Images of Wills and Estates, Will Book K 
      Names of Testators:
      1. Anderson, John
      2. Anderson, W. L.
      3. Arnold, Ralph
      4. Blackwell, Peter
      5. Byrd, Nathaniel
      6. Christian, Allen
      7. Evans, Samuel
      8. Frazier, Abner
      9. French, Jesse
      10. Gay guardianship
      11. Houston, William
      12. Inglis, Alexander
      13. Inglis, Samuel
      14. Johnson, Henrietta
      15. Larkin, David
      16. Loller, Samuel
      17. Malone, Sandy
      18. Matthews, Alfred
      19. Matthews, guardianship
      20. McClendon, Joel
      21. Messer, John
      22. Parks, Samuel
      23. Prince, Thomas
      24. Reed, John
      25. Reid, John
      26. Robertson, James
      27. Vann, Elizabeth
      28. Walker, George


      Jefferson County
      1. Loose Wills 1818 to 1840; index
      2. Wills 1856 to 1880; index


      Limestone County
      1. Wills 1826-1831
      2. Index to Will 1885-1890


      Macon County
      1. Marriages 1834 to 1842


      Marengo County
      1. Marriages (and index)


      Marion County
      1. 1881 Pensions in Marion County


      Mobile County
      1. Wills 1812 to 1837


      Montgomery County
      1. Estates 1826 to 1838 (and index)
      2. Wills, Volume I, 1815-1821 (and index)
      3. Wills, Volume II, 1822-1843 (and index)


      Russell County
      1. Marriages 1926 to 1929
      2. Wills 1828 tp 1839
      3. Wills 1850 to 1873


      Shelby County
      1. Deans, Josiah Herbert (estate, will)
      2. Estates, Volume B, 1821 to 1839
      3. Wills 1828 to 1841 (and index)
      4. Wills, Volume D, 1841 to 1856 (and index)


      Tuscaloosa County
      1. Marriages, Vol. I, 1821 to 1833


      Washington County
      1. Estates 1800 to 1939


      Muster Rolls of 40th Alabama Infantry

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Friday, March 25, 2016

"The Route to Alabama" Alabama Wills, Estates, Marriages, Genealogy #genealogy #southeasterngenealogy

Jeannette Holland AustinThe Route to Alabama
By Jeannette Holland Austin

Most Alabamians came out of Georgia. After the Land Lotteries which confiscated Creek and Cherokee lands in Georgia, families began migrating West. Before that, those persons wishing to cross into Indian Territory, must first obtain a Passport from the Governor of Georgia. People left the eastern Georgia counties, moving into central Georgia, and then finally, western Georgia. For this reason, one must first search for clues along the Georgia border. After the American Revolution, families from the New England States after began their migration into Carolina and then to Georgia. While they also left roots in those areas, it is reasonable to assume that those who settled Georgia lingered there for several generations.


Alabama Probate Records and Genealogy

Alabama Map
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Barbour
  1. Divorce Book B and Index
  2. Chancery Court (Estates, Wills, Petitions, Bonds, Adoptions, Marriage Licenses 1888 to 1927 and Index
  3. Deeds pp.124-532


Chambers County
  1. Marriages 1812-1837
  2. Wills 1833-1856


Cherokee County
  1. Cherokee County Index to Apprentice Bonds 1882 to 1909
  2. Rehoboth Cemetery Records


Clay County
  1. 1909 Clay County Death Index


Dallas County
  1. Dallas Wills (and index) 1821-1848


Fayette County
  1. Estate Settlements 1837-1838
  2. Land Grants 1840-1849
Greene County
  1. Greene County Marriages (and index) 1818 to 1847


      Jackson CountyDigital Images of Wills and Estates, Will Book K
      Names of Testators:
      1. Anderson, John
      2. Anderson, W. L.
      3. Arnold, Ralph
      4. Blackwell, Peter
      5. Byrd, Nathaniel
      6. Christian, Allen
      7. Evans, Samuel
      8. Frazier, Abner
      9. French, Jesse
      10. Gay guardianship
      11. Houston, William
      12. Inglis, Alexander
      13. Inglis, Samuel
      14. Johnson, Henrietta
      15. Larkin, David
      16. Loller, Samuel
      17. Malone, Sandy
      18. Matthews, Alfred
      19. Matthews, guardianship
      20. McClendon, Joel
      21. Messer, John
      22. Parks, Samuel
      23. Prince, Thomas
      24. Reed, John
      25. Reid, John
      26. Robertson, James
      27. Vann, Elizabeth
      28. Walker, George


      Limestone
      1. Wills 1826-1831
      2. Index to Will 1885-1890


      Macon County
      1. Marriages 1834 to 1842


      Marengo County
      1. Marriages (and index)


      Marion County
      1. 1881 Pensions in Marion County


      Mobile County
      1. Wills 1812 to 1837


      Montgomery County
      1. Estates 1826 to 1838 (and index)
      2. Wills, Volume I, 1815-1821 (and index)
      3. Wills, Volume II, 1822-1843 (and index)


      Russell County
      1. Marriages 1926 to 1929
      2. Wills 1828 tp 1839
      3. Wills 1850 to 1873


      Shelby County
      1. Deans, Josiah Herbert (estate, will)
      2. Estates, Volume B, 1821 to 1839
      3. Wills 1828 to 1841 (and index)
      4. Wills, Volume D, 1841 to 1856 (and index)


      Tuscaloosa County
      1. Marriages, Vol. I, 1821 to 1833


      Washington County
      1. Estates 1800 to 1939


      Muster Rolls of 40th Alabama Infantry
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The Route to Alabama
By Jeannette Holland Austin
Jeannette Holland Austin
Most Alabamians came out of Georgia. After the Land Lotteries which confiscated Creek and Cherokee lands in Georgia, families began migrating West. Before that, those persons wishing to cross into Indian Territory, must first obtain a Passport from the Governor of Georgia. People left the eastern Georgia counties, moving into central Georgia, and then finally, western Georgia. For this reason, one must first search for clues along the Georgia border. After the American Revolution, families from the New England States after began their migration into the Carolinas and then to Georgia. While they also left roots in those areas, it is reasonable to assume that those who settled Georgia lingered there for several generations.

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Friday, December 25, 2015

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County Records of 8 Genealogy Websites

Alabama
Georgia
Kentucky
North Carolina
Virginia
South Carolina
Tennessee


Bundle and Save BUNDLE RATE for 8. Access to all eight websites plus additional data in other States: Bibles, genealogies, civil war records, colonial records, marriages, wills, estates, special collections, books written by renowned Georgia genealogist Jeannette Holland Austin.

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