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Winston County, Alabama Newspaper Clippings 1915 - 1922 By Robin Sterling
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The history of Winston County is found in the pages of its early newspapers. This book is the fourth in a series of Winston County news clippings. The first book covered 1886 - 1900, second book... More > covered 1901 - 1908, the third 1909 - 1914. Newspapers reviewed include the Winston Herald and a few news items relevant to Winston County found in the Jasper Mountain Eagle. Early newspapers preserve a picture of how our ancestors were about their day to day lives and business over 100 years ago. For the genealogist, it helps add character to dry names and dates. For the historian, it opens up a seldom seen picture of the early development of Winston County from the first person viewpoint of its citizens. This book contains a full name index and is a valuable addition to the library of any serious student of the genealogy and history of Winston County, Alabama.< Less
Cullman County, Alabama Marriage Records, 1877 - 1920 By Robin Sterling
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This book contains all the marriages which took place in Cullman County between the year 1877 and 1920. Images of the original documents from the Cullman County Court House were examined page by... More > page and transcribed. Not only was the basic information recorded, but other significant details were gathered such as names of bondsmen, names of officials performing the ceremony, names and relationships of those granting permission, and the location of the ceremony. Sometimes, other details such as birthdays, were recorded. Additionally, details of all licenses returned unexecuted were recorded. The main part of the book is an alphabetical listing of all the grooms. A full name index of the brides follows in the last section. This book is a handy tool for those with ancestors in Cullman County, or those with ancestors in sections of Blount and Winston which became Cullman County.< Less
Marion County, Alabama Newspaper Clippings, 1894 - 1896 By Robin Sterling
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Journalism in Marion County, Alabama got its start in April 1885 with the Marion County Herald. Soon other upstart papers sprang up to compete with the Herald. Over the years several newspapers vied... More > for the dominant spot. This is the second volume of a series of books containing newspaper clippings from the earliest existing papers from Marion County. This volume covers the years 1894 through 1896. While the Marion County Herald began in 1885, the first two years are missing because of the courthouse fire which occurrred in 1887. The clippings contained in this volume concentrate with notes of births, marriages, and deaths. It also contains articles which were important to the history and growth of the county. The history of the county is written in the pages of its earliest newspapers. Read what the ancestors of the people of Marion County were doing and talking about.< Less
Marion County, Alabama Newspaper Clippings, 1897 - 1899 By Robin Sterling
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Journalism in Marion County, Alabama got its start in April 1885 with the Marion County Herald. Soon other upstart papers sprang up to compete with the Herald. Over the years several newspapers vied... More > for the dominant spot. This is the third volume of a series of books containing newspaper clippings from the earliest existing papers from Marion County. This volume covers the years 1897 through 1899. While the Marion County Herald began in 1885, the first two years are missing because of the courthouse fire which occurrred in 1887. The clippings contained in this volume concentrate with notes of births, marriages, and deaths. It also contains articles which were important to the history and growth of the county. The history of the county is written in the pages of its earliest newspapers. Read what the ancestors of the people of Marion County were doing and talking about.< Less

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