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S.F1, D3, Folder 1

  • Baldwin

  • "Baldwin boasts champion trees", by Jean Marie McDonnell

  • Early Alabama inhabitants from the 1816 Mississippi Census

S.F1, D3, Folder 2

  • Bibb

  • Alabama records - volume 166, compiled by Kathleen Paul Jones and Pauline Jones Ganrud

S.F1, D3, Folder 3

  • Choctaw

  • 1850 Census, Choctaw County, AL

  • "Bladon Springs was once a world famous resort"

  • Brannon, Peter, untitled article with a picture of a house called Oakchia

  • Choctaw County Courthouse picture

  • Genealogical Research in Choctaw County

  • Index, Choctaw County, AL, County seat - Butler

  • Business Directory

  • County Index

  • Facts about land descriptions

  • General Highway map

  • Index to owners

  • Illustrated map of Choctaw County

  • Mason, Ware picture

  • "Sims War" [Butler, AL] by Terry Keeter

  • "Sims War shootings shocked Bladon Springs"

S.F1, D3, Folder 4

  • Clark

  • One index card listing three marriages

S.F1, D3, Folder 5

  • Green County

  • Alabama Genealogical Register, September - December 1963

  • "Greene County was created in 1819" Historical Chronicles

  • Greene County, AL records, orphans court book A

  • Index to Green County, AL marriages

  • Maubila

  • Records of Green County, AL, wills and estates

S.F1, D3, Folder 6

  • Soil Survey, Green County, AL

S.F1, D3, Folder 7

  • Marengo

  • Marengo County, AL, French settlement and land grants

  • Marengo County, AL marriages, 1818-1828

  • Marengo County Alabama, settlement of estates

  • Marengo County Directory for 1860-1861

S.F1, D3, Folder 8

  • Marengo County History articles

  • "Administration gives way to organized labor", Joel D. Jones, March 28, 1946

  • "Agee family scatters over state", Joel D. Jones, June 15, 1933

  • "Alabama establishes first school in 1779", Joel D. Jones, October 12, 1944

  • "Austill settles at Tallapoosa, St. Stephens", Joel D. Jones, April 5, 1945

  • "Base running highlights early baseball games", Joel D. Jones, April 12, 1945

  • "Beesons rear four college presidents, inventor", Joel D. Jones, June 1, 1944

  • "Blood thirsty Indians massacre Ogleys", Joel D. Jones, July 20, 1944

  • "Bolen family migrates from South Carolina to Wilcox", Joel D. Jones, Oct. 11, 1945

  • "Boy leaves home because parents won't mind", Joel D. Jones, August 3, 1944

  • Brave man will walk into jaws of death", Joel D. Jones, September 12, 1946

  • "Buggy days saw road accidents, no deaths", Joel D. Jones, May 30, 1946

  • "Cade brothers endured dangers, toils, hardships", Joel D. Jones, January 6, 1943

  • "Cade brothers helped drive Creek Indians from their land in Clarke County before 1825", Joel D. Jones, October 18, 1990

  • "Calhoun builds 'Tulip Mill', log school house", Joel D. Jones, April 27, 1944

  • "Canebrake, level sandy lands bring settlers", Joel D. Jones, November 4, 1943

  • "Captain Webb serves Confederate", Joel D. Jones, December 15, 1932

  • "Carltons settle in McKinley, Linden", Joel D. Jones, April 19, 1945

  • "China trees planted in 1821 mark Eaglesville, Joel D. Jones, October 28, 1943

  • "Claim Andrew Jackson cut through Marengo", Joel D. Jones, October 21, 1943

  • "Changes in 60 years seem like new world" Joel D. Jones, June 29, 1944

  • "Cherry case proves right of paper to criticize", Joel D. Jones, August 31, 1944

  • "Clark family migrates from Virginia", Joel D. Jones, February 16, 1932

  • "Clouds break, sun rises upon Southerners effort", Joel D. Jones, March 23, 1944

  • "Colonel Moody led county home guards", Joel D. Jones, March 2, 1944

  • "Colonials throw heretical preacher Drinkard in jail, force family to flee to Virginia", Joel D. Jones, February 10, 1944

  • "Confederate veterans gather for last reunion", Joel D. Jones, May 24, 1945

  • "County builds first courthouse of logs in Linden", Joel D. Jones, November 18, 1943

  • "County candidate's jolly fellow of vain conceit", Joel D. Jones, September 27, 1945

  • "County soldier writes about life in Holland", Joel D. Jones, January 11, 1945

  • "Demopolis site recalls romantic history", Joel D. Jones, November 23, 1944

  • "DoC erects memorial to faithful negroes", Joel D. Jones, April 26, 1945

  • "Dr. Barnes writes, carves wood with skill", Joel D. Jones, June 21, 1945

  • "Dr. Griffin assists in getting railroad in arena", Joel D. Jones, May 11, 1944

  • "Dr. Huggins serves south in war; farms", Joel D. Jones, February 15, 1945

  • "Drinkards emigrate from Scotland to Marengo", Joel D. Jones, February 10, 1944

  • "Driver Sam gave nickname 'Yellowhammer'", Joel D. Jones, January 18, 1945

  • "Duggar family comes from Virginia in 1800's; Robert Henry Duggar serves as physician in war", Joel D. Jones, May 13, 1943

  • "Dunaway offers unusual marriage ceremony", Joel D. Jones, September 28, 1944

  • "Dunning family men serve Confederacy", Joel D. Jones, January 13, 1944

  • "Dunning family settles in Marengo, serves in army", Joel D. Jones, January 13, 1944

  • "Early politicians kept promises, clear records while in office", Joel D. Jones, February 21, 1946

  • "Early settlers locate at White Hall, establish lodge", Joel D. Jones, November 11, 1943

  • "Early settlers were Agee, Allen, Alston, Jackson, Jones, Hosea, Skinner, Webb …", Joel D. Jones, November 4, 1943

  • "Early Sweet Water settlers establish church, store", Joel D. Jones, December 2, 1943

  • "Early towns see hopes perish, glory fade", Joel D. Jones, September 20, 1945

  • "Ex Governor's remarks free potential killer", Joel D. Jones, January 3, 1946

  • "Family observes goats with strange fits", Joel D. Jones, February 1, 1945

  • "Famous circus celebrity corn in Linden in 1940", Joel D. Jones

  • "Farm boys form habits like squirrels", Joel D. Jones, May 25, 1946

  • "First Alabama settlers travel Indian paths", Joel D. Jones, October 4, 1945

  • "First public school opens in 1852", Joel D. Jones, November 3, 1932

  • "Former countian wonders about families", Joel D. Jones, July 5, 1945

  • "French Huguenots move to settle Demopolis", Joel D. Jones, October 28, 1943

  • "Ft. Toulouse thrives after 1714 erection", Joel D. Jones, July 6, 1944

  • "Gaines settle in Marengo, become citizens", Joel D. Jones, December 30, 1943

  • "Gambling politics can ruin a man's life", Joel D. Jones, October 5, 1944

  • "General Grant surrenders to death in 1885", Joel D. Jones, January 31, 1946

  • "Germans indicate will to fight to death in war", Joel D. Jones, December 28, 1944

  • "Grammar makes conversation difficult", Joel D. Jones, November 29, 1945

  • "Grant family were early settlers", Joel D. Jones, February 23, 1933

  • "Griffin enjoys 'old times' not 'present times'", Joel D. Jones, January 4, 1945

  • "G.W. Gaines lived in Demopolis in 1835; owned plantations, established landings", [Joel D. Jones], October 11, 1990

  • "Hand combat wards off Indian attack in river", Joel D. Jones, March 29, 1945

  • "Haven't seen better place to live than Marengo", Joel D. Jones, June 29, 1946

  • "History of Marengo County to begin", Joel D. Jones, October 7, 1943

  • "History proves American leaders wrong", Joel D. Jones, September 13, 1945

  • "Huckabee family becomes early Marengo settlers", Joel D. Jones, May 4, 1944

  • "Indians continue battle with settlers for land", Joel D. Jones, March 22, 1945

  • "Inflation already develops in America", Joel D. Jones, September 19, 1946

  • "Jail Rube Burrows in Linden", Joel D. Jones, November 29, 1934

  • "Jeremiah Austill recounts hardships", Joel D. Jones, March 15, 1945

  • "Judge Elmore dies in Demopolis after law career", Joel D. Jones, February 17, 1944

  • "Joe Gallion from Tennessee helped build railroad to county; village took his name", Joel D. Jones, September 1, 1943

  • "Joel D. Jones dies; writes own obituary as column", Joel D. Jones, July 4, 1946

  • "Joel Jones begins History of Marengo County with this column written October 14, 1943

  • "Joel Jones writes final 'Old Times'", Joel D. Jones, September 26, 1946

  • "John Ball saves baptizing suit for funeral", Joel D. Jones, June 7, 1945

  • "John Privitt's dogs hunted more than possums", Joel D. Jones, August 24, 1944

  • "Jones adds Hasty family record to county history", Joel D. Jones, July 27, 1944

  • "Jones break dam during typhoid outbreak", Joel D. Jones, January 27, 1914

  • "Jones closes history with sketch of his life", Joel D. Jones, June 8, 1944

  • "Jones names Dunnings as one of best families", Joel D. Jones, January 20, 1944

  • "Jones continues descriptive trip to Mobile", Joel D. Jones, March 14, 1946

  • "Jones describes small communities in Marengo", Joel D. Jones, November 25, 1943

  • "Jones gives 'don'ts' about marriage", Joel D. Jones, Nov. 1, 1945

  • "Jones lists Marengo County officers for 65 years", Joel D. Jones, April 6, 1944

  • "Jones obliges friend with election results", Joel D. Jones, January 17, 1946

  • "Jones recalls Alliance election of 1890", Joel D. Jones, August 22, 1946

  • "Jones recalls judges Taylor, Cunningham, Prowell, etc.", Joel D. Jones, Dec. 27, 1945

  • "Jones recalls jury, 'being own grandfather'", Joel D. Jones, May 31, 1945

  • "Jones recalls Sam Nelson family for reader", Joel D. Jones, Oct. 25, 1945

  • "Jones reflects on past at 85th birthday", Joel D. Jones, January 24, 1946

  • "Jones returns to 'old times, present times'", Joel D. Jones, June 15, 1944

  • "Jones settle Marengo County at Jefferson", Joel D. Jones, February 3, 1944

  • "Jones travels by steamboat up Tombigbee from Mobile", Joel D. Jones, April 4, 1946

  • "Jones writes humor is a funny thing", Joel D. Jones, April 18, 1946

  • "J.N. Lister operates telegraph in Demopolis", Joel D. Jones, April 27, 1944

  • "Judge Clarke serves county, state politics", Joel D. Jones, September 6, 1945

  • "Klan organizes in Tennessee in 1866", Joel D. Jones, July 25, 1946

  • "Lack of relatives causes neglect of old cemetery", Joel D. Jones, September 24, 1944

  • "Lady records Fourth of July train ride", Joel D. Jones, Oct. 18, 1945

  • "Large crowd attends unveiling of memorial", Joel D. Jones, April 13, 1944

  • "Legislature passes first public school law in 1826", Joel D. Jones, October 19, 1944

  • "Letter warns friend of storm in Tuscaloosa", Joel D. Jones, May 9, 1946

  • "Linden has resources to make it one of best", Joel D. Jones, November 8, 1945

  • "Linden should keep old cemetery clean", Joel D. Jones, August 23, 1945

  • "Lists Confederate soldiers from Marengo", Joel D. Jones, June 27, 1946

  • "Luxuries include fresh home grown foods", Dec. 20, 1945

  • "Lyons family become early Marengo settlers", Joel D. Jones, December 23, 1943

  • "Many changes take place since 1879", Joel D. Jones, May 16, 1946

  • "Marengo Convention of 1890 picks delegates", Joel D. Jones, August 29, 1946

  • "Marengo County soldiers fight for Confederacy", Joel D. Jones, March 9, 1944

  • "Marengo loses brave historic men in war", Joel D. Jones, February 24, 1944

  • "Marengo loses brave, heroic men in armed aggression by invaders from the North", Joel D. Jones, February 24, 1945

  • "Marengo's Millers come from German origin", Joel D. Jones, April 20, 1944

  • "Masons have become indifferent", Joel D. Jones, December 1, 1932

  • "Men always carried guns in early days; cared little for money - loved dogs, hunting", Joel D. Jones, November 11, 1943

  • "Miller graveyard found in railroad survey", Joel D. Jones, June 17, 1943

  • "Minge family moves to Alabama in 1833", Joel D. Jones, December 14, 1944

  • "Morgan champion southern cause", Joel D. Jones, June 8, 1933

  • "Most Alabama forts have been abandoned, lost", Joel D. Jones, July 13, 1944

  • "Most Millers are related in US", Joel D. Jones, August 16, 1934

  • "Mule refuses to be caught", Joel D. Jones, Dec. 13, 1945

  • "Name Marengo compliments", Joel D. Jones, November 24, 1932

  • "Not many interested in cleaning up cemetery", Joel D. Jones, June 22, 1944

  • "Old Dave works steady at 126", [Joel D. Jones], November 17, 1932

  • "Old families will interest future generations", Joel D. Jones, November 22, 1945

  • "Old Spring Hill features rich canebrake lands", Joel D. Jones, November 25, 1943

  • "Old times change in Monroeville to present", Joel D. Jones, June 28, 1945

  • "People pile war wreckage from homes", Joel D. Jones, August 16, 1945

  • "Peppenhorst holds reunion near Magnolia", Joel D. Jones, May 2, 1946

  • "Perry serves state as first superintendent", Joel D. Jones, October 26, 1944

  • "Picturesque wedding highlights life in 1890", Joel D. Jones, November 30, 1944

  • "Pitts family has close Marengo ties", Joel D. Jones, July 26, 1934

  • "Pitts family settle near Uniontown, serve in war", Joel D. Jones, May 18, 1944

  • "Poellnitz, statesman, farms at Rembert Hills", Joel D. Jones, November 16, 1944

  • "Praise the good while they're alive", Joel D. Jones, December 22, 1932

  • "Present war will bring reconstruction period", Joel D. Jones, March 16, 1944

  • "Progress causes game to find new territory", Joel D. Jones, August 30, 1945

  • "Recalling George Gaines Lyon's family ties to early Marengo County settlers", Joel D. Jones, December 23, 1943

  • "Reconstruction causes deeper scars than war", Joel D. Jones, June 6, 1946

  • "Relics of Sam Bass crop up after war", Joel D. Jones, September 5, 1946

  • "Remember what June [1]4 [, Flag Day,] stands for and be proud", Martin J. Johnson, no date

  • "Scalawags took control after war", Joel D. Jones, September 15, 1932

  • "School board member shows 'intelligence'", Joel D. Jones, January 10, 1946

  • "Schools hold oyster supper, tacky party", Joel D. Jones, August 15, 1946

  • "Settler describes packing cotton, traveling to Louisiana", Joel D. Jones, February 22, 1945

  • "Settlers build forts to await Indian onslaught", Joel D. Jones, March 1, 1945

  • "Settlers organize Alabama's first Baptist Church - Flint River, near Huntsville in 1808", Joel D. Jones, September 9, 1943

  • "Seven Remberts drown when [steamer] Gardner burns", Joel D. Jones, December 16, 1943

  • "Seventeen claim to be Jesse James", Joel D. Jones, June 13, 1946

  • "Shiloh Baptists organize in July, 1827; become Bethel Association member in 1840", Joel D. Jones, August 26, 1943

  • "South celebrates independence Christmas", Joel D. Jones, July 12, 1945

  • "Southern people rise to free themselves of oppression", Joel D. Jones, March 23, 1944

  • "Schools differ in log houses, low salaries", Joel D. Jones, April 25, 1946

  • "Screamersville holds circuit court in Mrs. Irby's home, blacksmith shop", Joel D. Jones, February 14, 1946

  • "Soldier continues narration of war times", Joel D. Jones, July 26, 1945

  • "Soldier in Germany writes of experiences", Joel D. Jones, July 19, 1945

  • "Soldier's letter: 'Grass grows between cobblestones'", Joel D. Jones, August 9, 1945

  • "Soldiers fight for clean county for children", Joel D. Jones, February 8, 1945

  • "St. Albans Lodge hosts first Masonic conference", Joel D. Jones, August 10, 1944

  • "Star of Bethlehem appears every 315 years", Joel D. Jones, Dec. 6, 1945

  • "State archives house Demopolis collection", Joel D. Jones, June 14, 1945

  • "Strikers sacrifice life of son for few more dollars", Joel D. Jones, November 2, 1944

  • "Sturdivants settle in old White Hall", Joel D. Jones, August 5, 1943

  • "Sudden scare makes goats 'epileptic'", Joel D. Jones, January 25, 1945

  • "Surveyor learns to say no to railroad promoter", Joel D. Jones, September 7, 1944

  • "Tait family survives Indian uprising", Joel D. Jones, August 8, 1946

  • "Territorial legislature creates Marengo County", Joel D. Jones, October 14, 1943

  • "Thomas H. Dunning settles near birthplace; after wife's death, moves to Thomaston, Joel D. Jones, January 20, 1944

  • "Three denominations are principle in area", Joel D. Jones, April 11, 1946

  • "Through Indian attacks, lives continue", Joel D. Jones, March 8, 1945

  • "Tornado of 1890 leaves path of destruction", Joel D. Jones, November 9, 1944

  • "Tornado sweeps destruction through Hoboken", Joel D. Jones, September 14, 1944

  • "To succeed one must venture, risk", Joel D. Jones, December 7, 1944

  • "Tower couldn't duck, buzz proves fatal", Joel D. Jones, August 2, 1945

  • "Traveler journeys from Marion to Faunsdale", Joel D. Jones, March 7, 1946

  • "Treaty marks Choctaw - Creek line", Joel D. Jones, September 7, 1934

  • "Tuckers descend from Troy king", Joel D. Jones, November 10, 1932

  • "Typhoid breaks out, Mrs. Jones destroys mill dam", Joel D. Jones, January 27, 1944

  • "Vineland, Surginer make up Pineville Precinct" Joel D. Jones, December 9, 1943

  • "We love to think of great men", [Joel D. Jones], December 29, 1932

  • "West Alabama has 75% of state's slaves", Joel D. Jones, February 7, 1946

  • "William Weatherford led raids", Joel D. Jones, March 7, 1933

  • "Wood emigrates to Alabama", Joel D. Jones, February 9, 1933

  • "Woolf family serves community in politics, war", Joel D. Jones, May 25, 1944

  • "World has little use for a quitter", Joel D. Jones, November 15, 1945

  • "Writer rambles readers along rural route", Joel D. Jones, February 28, 1946

  • "Young people toted shoes", Joel D. Jones, October 26, 1932

S.F1, D3, Folder 9

  • Miscellaneous

  • A few pages from the Alabama Census, 1831-1839

  • Alabama map, no date

  • Alabama map, no date

  • Alabama map, December 1819

  • Alabama map, part of Mississippi territory 1800-1808

  • Alabama map, 1812-1816

  • Alabama map, 1823

  • Alabama map, 1861-1865, from official war records atlas

  • Alabama map with the roads and distances from place to place along the stage and steam boat routes

  • Alabama ranges, townships, and sections; plat showing location of townships and ranges within the Huntsville and St. Stephens meridians, in the state of Alabama

  • Background on Ball's map, Southwestern Alabama past and present

  • Clarke County map

  • John Melish map of Alabama, October 29, 1818, superimposed on a modern map showing lines formed by the last Indian Treaties and boundaries fixed before that date. 

  • Memorial Record of Alabama, Historical and Biographical, by Hilary A. Herbert

  • Memorial Record of Alabama, Historical and Biographical, Volume 2 -1893, by Hilary A. Herbert,

  • Memorial Record of Alabama, Historical and Biographical, Volume II - 1893, by Hilary A. Herbert, Sumter County, Pickens County, and Marengo County

  • Per capita income estimates for states, counties, and sub county areas, July 1, 1988, population and calendar year 1987

S.F1, D3, Folder 10

  • Miscellaneous early Alabama

  • Alabama map with the roads and distances from place to place along the stage and steam boat routes

  • Alabama map, 1816

  • Early Alabama inhabitants from the 1816 Mississippi census

  • Gulf of Mexico map in French

  • Jackson County, AL 1860 Mortuary Schedule

  • La Floride map (old map of the South in French)

  • Marengo County, AL French Settlement and Land Grants

  • Mobile County, Alabama tombstone inscriptions

  • Tombigbee River survey showing British patents and other claims, 1806

S.F1, D3, Folder 11

  • Mobile

  • "Ellicott Stone"

  • "Mobile County Cajuns" by Laura Frances Murphy, Alabama Historical Quarterly, Spring issue 1930

  • Oakleigh Garden Historic District

S.F1, D3, Folder 12

  • Monroe

  • Alabama courthouses destroyed by fire

  • Historic Marker - U.S. Hwy 11, York, AL

  • Some 1819 residents of north Alabama in the Cherokee nation from the United States territorial papers, Alabama territory

S.F1, D3, Folder 13

  • Pickens County

  • "Memorial Record of Alabama, a concise account of the state's political, military professional and industrial progress together with the personal memoirs of many of its people, Chapter 7: Alabama in Federal Politics by Hon. Hilary A. Herbert

  • Pickens County pensioners

  • The Southern Country Store Revisited: A Test Case by Kenneth R. Wesson

S.F1, D3, Folder 14

  • Sumter County articles

  • "Continuation of Sumter's early towns from early voting lists"

  • "Frank Grove remembers much about Sumter County"

  • "History of Sumter County", A.W. Dillard

  • "History of Sumter County, AL", Livingston Journal, April 15, 1886

  • "History of Sumter County", talk delivered over WAPI by Hon. Jenkins Jackson at the time of the salute to Sumter County by Protective Life Insurance Co., Oct. 20, 1932

  • "Old Times", Livingston Journal, March 19, 1880

  • "The Race War in Sumter", AL, The News, Aug. 6, 1870

  • "Significant Facts about Sumter County and Livingston", AL by Ralph M. Lyon

  • "A Sketch of the Early History of Sumter County" [series of newspaper articles, circa July 30, 1959

  • The Choctaw Nation

  • The Okchoys

  • The French

  • The British

  • The Spanish

  • The French

  • The White Settlers

  • A New County Organized

  • Flush Times in Sumter County

  • Religious Life

  • Education

  • Social Life

  • "A Summary of the History of Sumter County, prior to the Civil War"

  • "Sumter County", Alabama Historical Quarterly, Volume 15, 1953

  • "Sumter County - Its advantages and a bit of its history", Alabama State Journal, Aug. 9, 1869

S.F1, D3, Folder 15

  • Sumter Bridges

  • Appropriations approved by commissioner's court of Sumter County, AL for building or repairing county bridges. February 1837 to August 1858.

  • Map reproduced from map of Livingston, AL which was recorded on the 6th, day of May 1839. Deed record "E" page 1, by Roberts and Sons of Birmingham, AL. Filed for record 26th of June 1953. Wilbur E. Dearman, Judge of Probate - Sumter County, AL

S.F1, D3, Folder 16

  • Sumter Buildings

  • "Building Alabama's Courthouses - Sumter County Courthouse", Samuel A. Rumore, Jr., The Alabama Lawyer, September 1994

  • "Four Courthouses in [Sumter] County", Jenkins Jackson

  • "Sumter County, AL Jails"

  • Sumter's Third Courthouse

  • "Sumter's Four Courthouses" compiled by Jud K. Arrington

S.F1, D3, Folder 17

  • Sumter Census

  • 1855 Census, Sumter County, AL

  • 1866 Census

  • Census of Sumter County, AL 1866 by D. L. Ayers

  • Letter to Aubrey dated April 22, 1987

  • Sumter County [brief facts from 1980]

  • Population

  • Communications

  • Government

  • Education

  • Labor Force

S.F1, D3, Folder 18

  • Sumter Election Results

  • Bagby's Mill election

  • Consolidated return of the general election in Sumter County, Aug. 7, 1837

  • Constable election, July 8, 1843

  • Election returns, August 1859

  • General Election precincts list, July 2, 1844

  • Hugh L. White for President, Livingston Journal, August 9, 1836

  • List of the votes at Black Bluff

  • Magistrate election, August 28, 1841

  • Official returns of the election in Sumter County, August 1843

  • Official returns of the election, for Sumter County, August 5, 1844

  • Official vote of Sumter County, AL, August 6, 1877

  • Official vote of the county of Sumter, election Nov. 3, 1874

  • "Progress of registration", Livingston Journal, 7/20/1867

S.F1, D3, Folder 19

  • Sumter Folk History

  • Rich Amerson (1893-)

  • Earthy Anne Coleman (1889-)

  • Vera Hall (1906-1964)

  • List of Christian songs

  • Dock Reed (1898-1979)

  • "Slave Sayings"

S.F1, D3, Folder 20

 

  • Sumter - Historical Resources

1.        Historical Record - Sumter County , AL vol. 1-6

2.        Inventory of contents of probate court vault

3.        List of NC people who went to AL (1823-1833)

4.        Map of Sumter County

5.        Newspaper loan agreement

6.        Price Quotations for printing

7.        Publications Committee Projects

8.        Sumter County , AL county records brought to archives

9.        " Sumter County , AL ", Joseph E. Stegall and Jud K. Arrington

         Index Wills and Estate Administrations 1834-1884

         Register of Deaths 1881-1892

         Cemetery Records

         Early County History

10.     Sumter County , AL probate records inventory as of June, 1977

11.     Sumter County newspapers inventory

         The Cuba Advertiser

         Cuba Advertiser and Sumter Enterprise

         The Cuba Banner

         The Gainesville Dispatch and Reporter

         The Gainesville Messenger

         The Gainesville Reporter

         The Gainesville Time

         The Geiger Times

         The Livingston Journal

         The News

         Our Southern Home

         Sumter County Banner

         Sumter County Call and Sumter Enterprise

         Sumter County Journal

         The Sumter Record

         Sumter County Sentinel

         Sumter County Sun

         Sumter County Whig

         Sumter Democrat

         Sumter Enterprise

         Voice of Sumter

         York Herald

         York News

         York Times

         York Weekly Press  

 

S.F1, D3, Folder 21

  • Sumter Historical Society

  • A Bibliography of writings about Sumter County, AL and its people, by Ralph M. Lyon

  • Letter from Jud Arrington to Richard Holland about the six volumes of Sumter

  • Certificate of Incorporation of the Sumter County Historical Society

  • County History compiled by the late Judge Wilbur E. Dearman

  • Gainesville - Sumter Heritage Days brochure and pictures, May 14, 1994

  • The Newsletter of the Sumter County Historical Society, July 1994

  • Sumter County Heritage Days pictures, 1993

  • Sumter County Heritage Days Brochure, April 26-28, 1996

  • Welcome to Sumter Counter, AL 150th Birthday Party brochure

S.F1, D3, Folder 22

  • Sumter History

  • Alabama Records by Pauline Jones Gandrud and Kathleen Paul Jones

  • An Act to establish Sumter County

  • A Coloring Book Honoring Sumter County's Sesquicentennial Celebration

  • "Early History of Sumter County", Sumter County Journal - Aug. 10, 1939

  • Historic Sumter County Brochure

  • "Historical Atlas of Alabama, vol. 1, Historical locations by county", edited by W. Craig Remington and Thomas J. Kallsen

  • "History of Sumter County" - talk delivered over WAPI by Honorable Jenkins Jackson at the time of the salute to Sumter County by Protective Life Insurance Co. Thursday, Oct. 20th 1932

  • History of Sumter County newspaper articles, Gainesville Times, beginning Nov. 10, 1932

  • "A sketch of the early history of Sumter County"

  • The Choctaw Nation

  • The Okchoys

  • The French

  • The British

  • The Spanish

  • The French

  • The United States of America

  • The Choctaw Treaty of 1830

  • The White Settlers

  • A New County Organized

  • Flush Times in Sumter County

  • Transportation and Communication

  • Pushmataha

  • Brigadier General Thomas Sumter, 1734-1832

  • Stream that flows five ways during a rain

  • "A summary of the History of Sumter County, prior to the Civil War"

  • Sumter County Historical Data and other items of interest in Sumter County and its towns from County Newspapers and County Public Records compiled by Jud K. Arrington

  • "Sumter County" from Riley's Guide Book of Alabama

  • Sumter County History note cards

  • "Sumter County - Its advantages and a bit of its history", Aug. 9, 1869

  • Sumter County Revolutionary War Soldiers collected by Elizabeth B. Stegall

S.F1, D3, Folder 23

  • Sumter Land

  • Indian Mounds

  • "Mineral Springs and Wells in Sumter County, AL", Thomas McAdory Owen, LL.D, History of Alabama, Vol. II  

  • Beavers' Well

  • Hales' Well

  • Hightowers' Well

  • Jones' Spring

  • Livingston Well

  • Mills' Well

  • York Mineral Well

  • Mineral Springs - Sumter County, AL

  • Those above plus Altman Well

S.F1, D3, Folder 24

  • Sumter List of Licenses

  • List of licenses issued to the close of the first week in June 1869

  • Register of Motor Vehicles Sumter County

S.F1, D3, Folder 25

  • Sumter Mail

  • Discontinued Post Offices

  • Bluffport

  • Bodka

  • Bond

  • Boyd

  • Brewersville

  • Dial

  • Derby

  • Dove

  • Gaston

  • Hamner

  • Jamestown

  • Ivy

  • Lilita

  • McDowell

  • Ramsey

  • Rosser

  • Sumter

  • Sumterville

  • Suydenham

  • Thornville

  • Walk

  • Early Post Roads

  • Early United States Mail to and through Sumter County, AL

  • "Post office at Gaston", Livingston Journal, January 1867

  • "Post office at Jones' Bluff", Livingston Journal, May 25, 1867

  • Sumter County Early Towns

  • Ash Grove

  • Bagby's Mill

  • Big Rock

  • Candy's Landing

  • Chiles

  • Coke's Chapel

  • Geiger

  • Grant's Store

  • Hickory Hill

  • Ivy

  • Milton

  • Roper

  • Livingston

  • Millville

  • Moscow

  • Penola

  • Tompkinsville

  • Quilby Town

  • Warsaw

  • Whitfield

  • Yarbrough's

  • Sumter County Post Offices

  • Belmont

  • Bennett Station

  • Berlin

  • Curl

  • Fair Oaks

  • Intercourse

  • Kinterbish

  • Payneville

  • Pearceville

  • Peel's Mill

  • Penola

  • Preston

  • Sherman

  • Sumterville

  • Walk

S.F1, D3, Folder 26

  • Sumter Maps

  • Alabama Courthouses destroyed by fire

  • Demopolis Land Dist.

  • Estate of John H. Sheread Land Sale

  • General Highway Map of Sumter County, AL, 1950

  • Guide to Sumter County on back of Gainesville - Sumter Heritage Days brochure, 1993

  • Lake Gainesville Estates, 1985

  • McLemore's map of Sumter County, AL, 1917

  • Mills, Altman, and McConnell Survey 

  • North Highlands, a residential park for York, AL, 1923

  • Pinehurst addition to town of York, AL

S.F1, D3, Folder 27

  • Sumter County Maps

  • Cobb's Crossing Hunting Club

  • Jones Lot addition to Grant City

  • Map showing property of Mary Smith and Allison Smith, 1910

  • Sumter, "The Game Cock County" since 1735 under six flags

S.F1, D3, Folder 28

  • Sumter Maps

  • General Highway Map, Sumter County, AL, drawn by L.W. Hardin

  • Map of the town of Livingston, AL, May 6, 1839

  • McLemore's map of Sumter County, AL, 1917

  • Swamp map of Sumter County

  • "Sumter, the Game Cock County" since 1735 under six flags

  • Sumter County map - 1853, from J.H. Colton and Co. m

  • Sumter County, AL Original Plat map, township 20, range 1 west

  • "Welcome to Sumter County, AL Guide to Tourist and Historic Sites" brochure

S.F1, D3, Folder 29

  • Sumter Plat Maps

S.F1, D3, Folder 30

  • Sumter History

  • A Coloring Book Honoring Sumter County's Sesquicentennial Celebration, made by the fourth grade class at Sumter Academy, York, AL December, 1982 

  • Alabama Records by Pauline Jones Gandrud and Kathleen Paul Jones

  • An Act to establish Sumter County

  • Arrington, Jud K., Talk made to York Progressive Study Club, March 10, 1983

  • "Early History of Sumter County", Sumter County Journal, Aug. 10, 1939

  • Historic Sumter County brochure

  • "Historical Atlas of Alabama" vol. 1, Historical Locations by County, edited by W. Craig Remington and Thomas J. Kallsen

  • "History of Sumter County" talk delivered over WAPI by Hon. Jenkins Jackson at the time of the salute to Sumter County by Protective Life Insurance Co., October 20, 1932

  • Index Cards of Sumter County History

  • "A Sketch of the Early History of Sumter County"

  • The Choctaw Nation

  • The Okchoys

  • The French

  • The British

  • The United States of America

  • The Choctaw Treaty of 1830

  • The White Settlers

  • A New County Organized

  • Flush Times in Sumter County

  • Transportation and Communication

  • Pushmataha

  • Stream that flows five ways during a rain

  • "A Summary of the History of Sumter County, prior to the Civil War"

  • Sumter, Brigadier General Thomas (1734-1832)

  • "Sumter County - its advantages and a bit of its history", Gainesville, AL, Aug. 9, 1869

  • "Sumter County" from Riley's Guide Book of Alabama

  • "Sumter County Historical Data and other items of interest in Sumter County and its towns from County Newspapers and County Public Records", compiled by Jud K. Arrington

  • Brewersville

  • Coatopa

  • Cuba

  • Epes

  • Gainesville

  • Geiger

  • Livingston

  • Panola

  • Sumter County

  • Ward

  • Warsaw

  • York Station

  • Sumter County Revolutionary War Soldiers collected by Elizabeth B. Stegall

S.F1, D3, Folder 31

  • Sumter and Choctaw Maps

  • Choctaw County

  • Gainesville, AL map, 1947

  • Geiger Map

  • Greene County Map by Snedecor, 1856

  • Sumter County, AL, 1853, J.H. Colton and Co.

  • Sumter County, AL before 1847

  • York Map, 1888

S.F1, D3, Folder 32

  • Sumter and Choctaw Maps

  • Choctaw County, AL map 1950

  • Gaston Map

  • Greene County

  • Hurricane Tracking Map

  • Sumter County, AL general highway map

  • Sumter County Swamp map

S.F1, D3, Folder 33

  • Sumter and Choctaw County Maps - ownership

  • 1917 McLemore Map

  • Adams and Treadway

  • Choctaw County Land Ownership map

  • Sumter County Land Ownership map

  • Township 16, Range 1, East

  • Township 17, Range 1, W, circa 1835

  • Township 17, Range 3, W

  • Township 23 North

  • "Valuable Land Sale", Sumter County Whig, Oct. 24, 1843

  • Warsaw

S.F1, D3, Folder 34

  • Sumter Marriage Records

S.F1, D3, Folder 35

  • Sumter Marriage - Women

S.F1, D3, Folder 36

  • Sumter - Miscellaneous

  • 1850 Mortuary Schedule

  • Beats

S.F1, D3, Folder 37

  • Bound volumes - county newspapers at Coleman Center

  • Various newspapers from 1892-1989

  • Nelle Morris Jenkins' notes for "Pioneer Families of Sumter County, AL"

  • Sumter County, AL County newspapers inventory, Probate Record Room, July 1, 1996

  • "Sumter County Newspapers and Their Editors, 1836-1900", Nelle Morris Jenkins

S.F1, D3, Folder 38

  • Sumter Organizations

  • D.U.D.'s of Livingston, AL

  • "Knights of Pythias", R.H. Hale, York Times, 6/20/1891

  • Knights of Pythias, Melvin M. Ewen

  • [Ku Klux Klan], J.G. Hester, U.S. Detective         

  • Sparkman Hunting Club

  • Sumter County Fine Arts Council

  • Sumter County Nature Trust

S.F1, D3, Folder 39

  • Sumter Places

  • "Fort Tombecbee 1735-1822" pamphlet

  • "Historical Fort Being Devastated", Sumter County Journal, June 24, 1921

  • "History of Fort Tombecbee", The Epes Tribune, May 27, 1915

  • Manuscript of place names

  • "Much History Surrounds Fort Tombecbee", Sumter County Journal, July 27, 1939

  • Old Fort Tombecbee

  • British Occupation (1763-1768)

  • Spanish Occupation (1794-1797)

  • "Old Fort Tombecbee", B.F. Riley, Livingston Journal, April 30, 1885

  • "Sandtuck"

  • Sumter County Early Towns, taken from early voter lists

  • Ash Grove

  • Bagby's Mill

  • Big Rock

  • Candy's Landing

  • Chiles

  • Coke's Chapel

  • Geiger

  • Grant's Store

  • Hickory Hill

  • Ivy

  • Livingston

  • Millville

  • Milton

  • Moscow

  • Penola

  • Quilby Town

  • Roper

  • Tompkinsville

  • Warsaw

  • Whitfield

  • Yarbrough

  • "Sumter County Place Names: a selection", by Virginia Oden Foscue

  • Alamuchee

  • Alexander

  • Anvil

  • Arrington

  • Bell Station

  • Black Bluff

  • Bluff Port

  • Charcone

  • Hixon

  • Hobby

  • Lacy

  • Millville

  • McCainville

  • McConnell

  • Patton's Hill

  • Red Level

  • Shelbyville

  • Standard

  • Stonewall

  • "Tombecbee", Sumter County Whig, July 4, 1855

S.F1, D3, Folder 40

  • Sumter - Professional Occupations

  • "Early Doctors of Sumter County, AL" compiled by Jud K. Arrington

  • "Former Sheriffs of Sumter County"

  • Judges of Probate Court, from organization in 1832 through 1977

  • "Malarial Fevers in Sumter County" from The Appendix of Medical Papers

  • "Medical Men of Sumter County, AL", by R.D. Spratt, M.D.

  • Pack, Dr. Robert W.

  • "Medical Notice" Livingston Journal, January 20, 1866

  • "Meeting of Physicians", Livingston Journal, January 24, 1866

  • Modern Dentistry in Livingston in 1917

  • [Physicians of Sumter County]

  • Scholl, Dr. E. H.

  • Sketches of the Lawyers of West Alabama, A.W. Dillard, 1871

  • Sumter County Doctors of 1840's

  • "Sumter County Hospitals," 1985, a talk made by Jud K. Arrington from the files of Nelle Morris Jenkins and book, "Medical Men of Sumter County, AL" by R.D. Spratt

  • Sumter County Lawyers in 1845

S.F1, D3, Folder 41

  • Sumter - Taxes

  • Assessment of taxes on real estate, Sumter County, 1859

  • List of taxable property

  • Tax collectors returns for 1834   

S.F1, D3, Folder 42

  • Sumter Voter Lists

  • Constable Election, December 9, 1834

  • County Elections, 1844

  • County Elections, 1845

  • County Elections, 1846

S.F1, D3, Folder 43

  • Sumter Voter Lists

  • Congress of the Confederate States of America, Nov. 6, 1861

  • Election, 1833

  • Election, 1834

  • Election, 1835

  • Election, 1836

  • Election, 1841

  • Election, 1842

  • Election, 1843

  • Election, 1844

  • Election, 1847

  • Election, 1849

  • Election, 1850

  • Election, 1852

  • Election, 1853

  • Election, 1856

S.F1, D3, Folder 44

  • Sumter - Voter Lists - 1834-1861

  • Old Voter Lists, Sumter County, AL, 1834-1861

S.F1, D3, Folder 45

  • Sumter Voter Records, most without dates, few 1835 and 1837

S.F1, D3, Folder 46

  • Washington County

  • Old St. Stephens, The Territorial Capital

  • Washington County, AL, Marriages, 1826-1856

S.F1, D3, Folder 47

  • Kemper County, MS

  • "Building warehouses Kemper History", Dorothy Thompson, Meridian Star, August 14, 1988

  • "The Dekalb Tragedy"

  • Kemper County Historical Association, Dedication of Kemper County Historical Museum pamphlet, August 14, 1988

  • Kemper County Sesquicentennial Celebration, 1833-1983 pamphlet

S.F1, D3, Folder 48

  • Lauderdale County, MS

  • Alphabetized List of Marriages - Male Name

  • Alphabetized list of Marriages - Female Name

  • County Officials who received Mississippi Laws (1824-1838)

  • Justices of Peace who received Mississippi Laws

  • "Lands in Lauderdale County, MS which were taxable March 1, 1841" compiled under the direction of James T. Dawson, 1986

  • Name of Jurors - May Term 1839

  • Names of Jurors drawn for November Term 1839

S.F1, D3, Folder 49

  • Newton, MS

  • Sales receipts for land

S.F1, D3, Folder 50

  • Nash County, NC

  • Map of Nash County, NC by Johnston - Wilson, 1965

S.F1, D3, Folder 51

  • Marion County, SC

  • Map of Marion County, SC, original survey made by Harllee about 1815, enlarged and improved May 1882 by P.Y. Bethea

S.F1, D3, Folder 52

  • Newberry County, SC

  • Newberry County, SC, Equity Records 1818-1844, Will Book M&N with annual returns, Will Book 1, Miscellaneous annual returns, by Sandra J. Lee, M.D.