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Newspaper Clippings from the Colbert County, Alabama Leighton News 1908 - 1914 By Robin Sterling
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The Leighton News was first established by Fred W. McCormack in 1890. This volume covers all the Leighton News from 1908 to 1914. Each issue was examined column by column with a view for capturing... More > items of a genealogical interest such as reports of births, marriages, deaths, and obituaries. In addition, other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Colbert and Lawrence County, as well as the rest of the surrounding Tennessee Valley area. The early history of a country in often found in the pages of its county newspaper. Clippings found here refer to people and events not be found in any other history book. The Leighton News recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Leighton and the surrounding small communities.< Less
Newspaper Clippings from the Colbert County, Alabama Leighton News 1904 - 1907 By Robin Sterling
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The Leighton News was first established by Fred W. McCormack in 1890. This volume covers all the Leighton News from 1904 to 1907. Each issue was examined column by column with a view for capturing... More > items of a genealogical interest such as reports of births, marriages, deaths, and obituaries. In addition, other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Colbert and Lawrence County, as well as the rest of the surrounding Tennessee Valley area. The early history of a country in often found in the pages of its county newspaper. Clippings found here refer to people and events not be found in any other history book. The Leighton News recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Leighton and the surrounding small communities.< Less
Newspaper Clippings from the Colbert County, Alabama Leighton News 1894 - 1903 By Robin Sterling
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The Leighton News was first established by Fred W. McCormack in 1890. This volume covers all the Leighton News from 1894 to 1903. Each issue was examined column by column with a view for capturing... More > items of a genealogical interest such as reports of births, marriages, deaths, and obituaries. In addition, other clippings were transcribed having to do with the history of Colbert and Lawrence County, as well as the rest of the surrounding Tennessee Valley area. The early history of a country in often found in the pages of its county newspaper. Clippings found here refer to people and events not be found in any other history book. The Leighton News recalls people and events of long ago and will be read with interest by the thousands of descendants of the earliest settlers of Leighton and the surrounding small communities.< Less
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