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Newspaper Clippings From the Lawrence County, Alabama, Moulton Advertiser By Robin Sterling
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Lawrence County is fortunate to have newspapers which survived the years of the late 1800s, while other county newspapers of the era didn’t exist or have been lost to time. This book... More > represents clippings from 1876 through 1883. The White family of Moulton established a newspaper dynasty with the Advertiser that lasted well into the 20th Century. Interesting articles are presented describing the rich history of Lawrence County and the Tennessee Valley as a whole. Particular attention is given to recording births, marriages, and obituary notices. This book also contains 57 chapters of Col. James E. Saunder’s “Early Settlers of Lawrence County” which begins with the Indian days and guides the reader through the early history of Lawrence County up through the description of men and actions of the 9th and 16th Alabama Infantry Regiments. This book will prove useful to any serious student of the history and genealogy of the people inhabiting Lawrence County, Alabama.< Less
Winston County, Alabama Cemeteries, Volume 2 By Robin Sterling
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The cemeteries of Winston County contain the ancestors of the descendants who now populate the county. The earliest settlers, Civil War soldiers, early county officials and politicians, merchants,... More > tradesmen, farmers, and their familes are there. Without their efforts to carve an existence out of the Winston County wildnerness, the rest of us simply would not be here. The history of the county was written in the cemeteries found across the county. Volume 2 of this two volume series covers Winston County Cemeteries L through W beginning with the Little Cemetery and ending with the Wolfpen Cemetery. This volumes also contains a list of missing or destroyed cemeteries. The book contains dozens of pictures of the cemeteries plus hundreds of annotations which include sites of unmarked graves plus the company and unit of every known Civil War era soldier, both Union and Confederate. The book concludes with a full name index. This book is vital to any serious student of Winston County genealogy and history.< Less
Winston County, Alabama Cemeteries, Volume 1 By Robin Sterling
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The cemeteries of Winston County contain the ancestors of the descendants who populate the county. They contain the remains of the earliest settlers, Civil War soldiers, early county officials and... More > politicians, merchants, tradesmen, farmers, and their familes. Without their successful efforts to carve an existence out of the Winston County wildnerness, the rest of us would not be here. Much of the history of the county was written on the old tombstones found across the county. Volume I of this two volume series alphabetically covers Winston County Cemeteries A through L beginning with the Addison Church of God Cemetery and ending with the Liberty Grove Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery. The book contains dozens of pictures of the cemeteries plus hundreds of annotations which include sites of unmarked graves mentioned in newspaper accounts plus the company and unit of every known Civil War era soldier, both Union and Confederate. The book concludes with a full name index.< Less
People and Things from the Marshall County, Alabama, Guntersville Democrat 1901 - 1908 By Robin Sterling
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The Guntersville Democrat was not the first newspaper to be published in Marshall County, but is the one most complete from the 19th Century. It was first published in October of 1880 by a Gadsden... More > newspaperman, William M. Meeks. Over the years, it chronicled much of the early history of Marshall County. This second book in the series attempts to capture mentions of births, marriages, deaths and obituaries It also reproduces items of interest and importance in the development of the county--all with a full name index. In this volume you can find the complete “Sword of Bushwhacker Johnston” by Rev. M.E. Johnston-- a thrilling first person account of the actions of guerrilla fighters operating in the Tennessee Valley during the Civil War. Also O.D. Street’s account of the first 100 years of Marshall County’s existence—and much more. The early history of Marshall County is written on the pages of its newspapers. This book will be valuable to any student of the history and genealogy of Marshall County.< Less