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Early Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi Settlers, 1700s-1800s
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Early Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi Settlers, 1700s-1800s
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Early Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi Settlers features approximately 144,000 names of residents of these states from the 1700s and 1800s.

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You'll enjoy this data set, comprehensive in its coverage of early Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi families. Within this unique collection of census returns, probate records, marriage records, military records, court records, vital records, and family histories approximately 144,000 individuals are referenced.

Information was collected from a great variety of sources ranging from state archives to local county courthouses. Among the unique resources you'll find narratives and first hand accounts of Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi's settlement that offer glimpses into daily life not often found in genealogical record.

Most of the books reference early settlers of Alabama. Among them, you'll find a transcription of Alabama's only remaining 1820 census return, an index to thousands of wills, and a collection of courthouse records of important events (for example, births, marriages, land transactions, deaths, etc.). In addition, you'll find indexed images of the pages of the premier book on the state's Revolutionary War soldiers. Some of the most unique resources include a series of newspaper articles published between 1880 and 1899 on Alabama's earliest families.

Mississippi settlers are identified in three volumes of court records that represent a virtual census for the state while it was still a territory. You'll also find historical and genealogical information on Mississippi's participation in the War of 1812. Finally, early settlers of Arkansas are identified in one of the most important works on early pioneers and prominent families called Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas.


 Sources for Early Alabama, Arkansas, and Mississippi Settlers, 1700s-1800s:

  • Alabama Census Returns, 1820 and an Abstract of Federal Census of Alabama, 1830
  • Index to Alabama Wills, 1808-1870
  • Alabama Notes, Volume 1 Volumes 1 & 2 in 1 Volume
  • Alabama Notes, Volume 2 Volumes 3 & 4 in 1 Volume
  • Marriages of Mobile County, Alabama, 1813-1855
  • Mississippi Court Records, 1799-1835
  • Mississippi County Court Records
  • The Natchez Court Records, 1767-1805
  • Revolutionary Soldiers in Alabama
  • Mississippi Territory in the War of 1812
  • Early Settlers of Alabama
  • Pioneers and Makers of Arkansas
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