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Jackson County Marriage License Images Now Available at familysearch

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Thank you for the information on ML Images at familysearch.com,  That hopefully, will save me a lot of time. Helen Thank you for the information on ML Images
Helen Lopez
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Apr 22

go west young man

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To see locations in Alabama associated with Civil War activity, look at this National Park Service site: Alabama Civil War Battles - The Civil War (U.S.
nettiebau1952
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Apr 12

Eliza P. Kelly (or Kelley)

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That's a good point, Jewel. Her family might have moved away after the war and then moved back twenty years later.She might not have lived here until shortly
clyde broadway
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Apr 11

Parents of Maggie Williams Childress

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I have only been able to narrow it down to Feb 1858 as the date of birth and Alabama. I know her mother and father were from Tennessee (US Census). Marriage
hhughcl
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Apr 6

William Payne / Mary Catherine Hawk

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I just got the answer that I was looking for. There was, apparently, an earlier spouse that I was not aware of. Thanks to all for the quick replies and offers
Jerry Triplett
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Apr 6

Smith Family.

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   I've found both the findagrave listing for William Smith, and also his Revolutionary War pension application. Yes, he was definitely married to Mary Ann
John Cook
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Mar 28

Elkins family

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Yes I have a copy of that book.  If I run across Rachel Phillips name I will post it on this site.  On Thursday, March 12, 2015 10:22 PM, "'Regina Pipes'
Eulonda Owens
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Mar 25

Looking for information on the Smalley Family/ Angerona Smally M. to

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I am sorry I was so confusing in my original post. It was late and my thoughts were scattered. Here is what I know about the family Angenna/Augerona Smalley
mom2cia
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Mar 11

FINDMYPAST Free Weekend

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Thanks for the info. T
T'Lene Tillotson
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Mar 8
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