Daniel Williams was the first recorded white settler in the area that would later become the town of Maplesville. 1)Maplesville,
This collection lists War Department casualties (Army and Army Air Force personnel) from World War II. Information provided includes serial
Abney, Sam, pg. 241Adams, Martha Norman, pg. 249-250Allen, J.P., pg. 68-70Amtoff, Jens, pg. 135-143Baldwin, B.J., pg. 59-61, 264-265, 271-273Baldwin, F.B.,
Fort Gaines, constructed in the 1850’s, was designed by Joseph G. Totten. Totten was, along with Simon Bernard, one of
The Schurter Bible belonged to Alma Olean Dyer Schurter and her husband Henry Schurter. She was the second daughter of Alfred A. and Louisa Dyer. She was born in Yellow River, Gwinnett County, Georgia, and moved to Chilton County with her parents around 1884. Henry Schurter was born in Freienstein, Canton of Zurich, Switzerland in 1869. He was the son of Heinrich Schurter and his wife Wilhelmina Weber Schurter who came to the USA in 1884 and settled in Hasbersham County, Georgia.
The Dyer Bible was originally owned by Alfred A. Dyer and his wife Louisa Nash Dyer. They lived in Gwinnett County, Georgia at the time of the Bible entries, but moved to Chilton County around 1884. Alfred A. Dyer was captain of Company K, 36th Georgia, Broyles, Infantry. He was a Representative to the Georgia Assembly from Gwinnett 1875-1876. He moved his family to Alabama and started several timber related businesses: a sawmill, millwork shop and furniture making business.
Alabama Genealogy is being developed as a genealogical and historical resource for your personal use. It contains information and records for Alabama ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Specifically, it provides sources for birth records, death records, marriage records, census records, tax records, court records, and military records. It also provides some historical details about different times in Alabama’s history.
We have added some new cemetery transcriptions to Bullock County:
- Antioch Church Cemetery, Midway, Alabama
- Aberfoil Community Cemetery, Bullock County, Alabama
- Barnette Cemetery, Saco Alabama
- 1891 Abstracts from Crenshaw County Newspapers
- 1929 Abstracts from Crenshaw County Newspapers
- Crenshaw County, Alabama Will Extracts
- 1851 Marshall County Alabama Siler Rolls
1851 Census of Cherokee’s east of the Mississippi [Siler Rolls]
- Map of 1817 State of Mississippi and Alabama Territory
- 1819 Alabama Statehood Map
- Map of Alabama in 1860
- Early Road Map of Alabama
A list of all cemeteries in Alabama, first by name, county and location. A great tool to help with cemeteries that have the same name within the state.
Completely updated, you can now find most of the available online records and history for this county. We’ve added biographies, cemeteries, census, church, court, death, marriage, and will pages to this county section.
Being A List of Names, Compiled From Authentic Sources, of Soldiers of the American Revolution, Who Resided in the State of Alabama
History Timeline (In progress)
This is a large history project that will supplement the genealogy information supplied by this website, and help put your Alabama genealogy search into historic perspective.
Recently Added Articles:
- Spanish Inroads
- Indian Tribes of Alabama
- French Colonization and War
- British and Spanish Occupancy
- First Territorial Organization
- The Great Indian war