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Re: Morris families in Jackson County, AL
(3)CALVIN T. MORRIS ONE (KATHY'S ANCESTOR) i can not find my calvin t. morris in franklin county or anywhere else until: In federal census for 1870, calvin
Re: Prince's Store
(4)Prince's store still stands, but has been closed for several years. I think it was still open in 1981, but don't know for sure.
Alexander H. Reid
(7)Estille Fork, AL. My mother and her family lived just down the hill from Prince's Store and across street from the Church on the left (north) side. The
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Records of the Provost Army in TN
(4)I certainly don't disagree with the Group policy. There is far too much of that type of discussion on other sites already. I would like to say that I
Alfred H. Reed & Wife Isabella Reed
(3)Loretta There is a listing for Alford H. Reid and Isabella Reid on findagrave.com buried in Hickman Cem. Jackson Co. AL. Alfred b. 12 Jul 1836 d. 05 Jul 1905,
Salt Petre Cave and other caves in the Jackson Co., AL area
(6)Roger From what I have seen Coffeetown was across the TN River at the foot of Sand Mountain and was southwast of present day Langston. Coffeetown was
(6)Chuck, do you know if you are any connection to whomever Boyd's Switch (now Limrock) was named for?
(6)I really enjoyed the Scottsboro Jackson Heritage center, too. I can't recall the name of the book, but there was a really good finding aid there that helped
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