New Index: Scott's History of Henry County, Alabama
- Sent: Friday, July 07, 2006 8:17 PM
Subject: [Genealib] New index now available...
The Southeast Alabama Genealogical & Historical Society, Inc. (SEAGHS);
Dothan, Alabama, has worked for nearly two years compiling an index to
THE HISTORY OF HENRY COUNTY, ALABAMA by Mrs. Marvin Scott. This is a
very excellent resource book for all of southeast
Alabama and is out-of-print; but, this wonderful book has never had
an index. Now it does!!!
Remember that in 1819 Henry County was a county a few months
before Alabama was a state. At one time, Henry County, went all the
way to the Florida line.
The index is ready; but, a study is underway to determine the cost
of the index plus the cost of mailing.
If you would like to be notified when this index is ready for sale,
please email me. There will be only 20 sets printed at the onset. The
index is 173 pages, printed on back and front, with 2 columns per
page for a total of about 346 pages worth on names. It is just
wonderful!!! Please send me your name, regular address, and email
address if you would like to be notified.
Ceya Minder, Librarian
Southeast Alabama Genealogical & Historical Society, Inc.
SEAGHS, Inc. (Wiregrass Roots, our quarterly, covers most of southeast
Ala. counties) Join us!
PLEASE FORWARD THIS TO ANY INDIVIDUAL, GROUP, OR LIBRARY THAT MIGHT BE
INTERESTED IN KNOWING ABOUT THIS INDEX. THANK YOU.