History of Barbour County, Alabama

History of Barbour County, Alabama

by Mattie T. Thompson


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By: Mattie T. Thompson, Pub. 1939, Reprinted 2018, 570 pages, ISBN #0-89308-423-9.

Barbour County was formed in 1832 from parts of Pike and Henry Counties and from Creek Indian lands. Biographies: Alston, Alexander, Adams, Andrews, Baker, Ballowe, Barnett (2), Brown (2), Bennett (2), Bray, Brassell, Bush (2), Britt, Beringer, Bernstein, Bullock, Brannon, Conner, Comer (7), Clayton, (7), Crawford, Cargill, Cato, Crews, Colby, Cochran, Daniel, Davie, Dean, Dent (5), Douglas, Doughtie, Edmundson, Espy (2), Evans, Floyd (2), Flournoy, Foy (7), Foster (2), Florence, Glenn (2), Guice, Hart, Hawkins, Hobdy, Holleman, Hortman, Houston, Hunter, Hyatt, Jelks, Joiner (2), Jones (3), Kendall, Kolb, Lampley, Laseter, Lee (4), Lewy, Margart, Massey, McDowell (2), McEachern (2), McCormick, McDowell (3), McInnis, McKay (4), McKenzie, McLeod, McNab, McRae,, Merrill (3), Milton, Moore, Moulthrop, Oppenheimer, Ott, Pappas, Parish, Patterson, Peach, Petty, Pitts (3), Pugh, Quillian, Ramser, Reeves (2), Rhodes, Richards, Roberts, Robertson, Roquemore, Ross, Ryan, Salter, Schloss, Screws, Searcey, Shorter (5), Simpson, Sparks, Speight, Spurlock, Standifer, Stow, Sutlive, Swanson, Thomas (7), Upshaw, Walker (2), Ward, Warren, Weedon, Wellborn, West, Wharton, Whitlock, Williams (2), Winn, and Young.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780893084233
Publisher: Southern Historical Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 09/19/2018
Pages: 570
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.27(d)

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