Jackson County

 

Acts of Alabama

Coon Creek beat, established to include residences of George V. Houston & Nathen P. Branden (17)

County line change between Jackson & DeKalb Co. (24)

 Jones, Seaborn H. for arresting Wm. Hanf (17)

 Hillion, Nathaniel for arresting & feeding William Dukes, David Dukes & Henry Dukes for murder and Matthew    Killingsworth for accessory to murder; also T. A. Ford & Wm. Ford for murder.(17)       

 Owens, John and Daniel Freeman to receive payment for keeping each pauper in poorhouse and for keeping           

 King, Mary E., an insane resident (21)

 Reeves, Edmund for feeding prisoners (17)

 Sanders, John, election to be held at his residence (17)

 Townsend, ___, 1858 sale to [of Sec. 16-3-6 East] (24)

 

Bible  

Stephens (17)

Stovall (18)

Keel, James Bible and letter (11)

 

Birth

Birth records from 1892-1895 include date of birth, sex, race, mother’s and                  

father’s names and their birth places plus father’s occupation. (19, 20)

 

Cemetery

Aspell (Smith’s) Chapel (25)

Bostick Hill Church (13)

Bostick Hill Church, Old (14)

Bouldin, Robertson (4)

Butler (4)

Bynum (13)

Chaney’s Chapel (12, 13)

Clay, Russel Wm. (19)

Clark (11)

Erwin (19)

Flanagan (16)

Fletcher (18)

Gentle (36)

Langston (16)

Mourning (16)

Peters Cove (21)

Paint Rock, old (10)

Prince (18)

Ross (7)

Shipps & Stern graves relocated (10)

Smith (11)

Stephens (17)

Sulenger (8)

        

Census

Cherokee 1851 census enumerates families of Keys, McCoy only.  (9)

 

Church

Mud Creek Primitive Baptist Church membership lists for 1814, 1829 & 1843 (9)

 

Court

Bridgeport City Court 1893-1898 (36, 37)

Equity Court [Chancery] 1842-48 (35, 36)

Circuit Court 1865-1866 (35, 36)

County Court Minutes 1867-1877 (26, 27)

Bellefonte City Council Minutes (25, 26)

State Criminal Trial Docket 1866-1867 (26)

Robinson Resolution in Chancery Court (24)

 

Deaths

1850 Mortality Schedule (7)

1860 Mortality Schedule (9)

1870 Mortality Schedule (13, 14)

 

Miscellaneous death notices & obits

Barber, Jane E., 1829 (8)

Carter, Hugh shot by Marshal Jordan (14)

Dailey, Thomas (36)

Edwards, Jessee (18)

Hannah, Capt. (35)

Jones, Jasper (36)

Lowry, Adam found dead (26)

Page, Elizabeth obit. (35)

Robinson, John (36)

Snodgrass, William L. (18)

Estates (see Probate)

 

Land/Deeds

 

Bazoar, John land patent (19)

Kennedy Bounty Land (27)

Clarke, Allen land for sale (13)

Jacks, Evan land certif., 1835 (35)       

Kennedy, Elizabeth, wid. of John, Patten

Russell 1830 deed (36)

Sanders (23, 24)

White-Davidson land certificate (19)

Wilborn, Tabitha land patent (17)

 

Family

Bower, Luna military claims, Fla. War (18)

Brannan vs. Champion (24)

Coffee, William “Gone to Texas” (15)

Conkright family (35)

Hawkins, Caleb – John Isbell 1822 Bill of Sale (15)

Hopkins divorce of 1839 (8)

Huff vs. Campbell (22)

Jacobs vs. Matthews (24)

Keel vs. Jones (24)

Kennamore-Derrick family notes (17)

Kennemore vs. Stephens, Chancery Ct. (22)

Nichols family notes (10)

Parson, Silas letter of 1823 (19)

Pates family (26)

Shelton, Harris estate ledger (26)

Smith-Odom mortgage (24)

Stovall, G. W. N. agreement (22)

Vann family [law suit] (14)

Wilbourn, Mary Etta account (23)

Wilson, Thomas, legislator, 1846 letter (18)

 

History

County boundary change between DeKalb and Jackson counties (24)

Nashville, Ala., article about (16)

Saltpeter works (Civil War) (19)

Stevenson, History of (5)

 

Marriage

Marriage Book 1, 1851-1856 (11, 12, 13, 17, 18)

Bradford, ...cob Tipton to Louisiana Taul1829 (7)

Hall, David to Isabella Swaim (15)

Maple, Mary to James E. Adams (19)

McClanahan, Galienus T. C. to Susanna James Eustace 1829 (7)

Steadman, William & Margaret Turvin marriage contract (20)

Stovall, G. W. to Elizabeth Jane McDaniel 1830 (7)

Williams, John to Clara Phillips (20)

 

Military

Austill, Chloe Mexican War Pension Claim (24)

Beason, Jayhue, Florida War [1837-38] (32)

Bodly, John Revolutionary Vet. (8)

Bryant, John Revolutionary Vet. (18)

Frazier, Hugh, Civil War Pension  Application (24)

Wann, Catherine Civil War Pension Claim.  (23)

Wellborn, William Starnes letter home (36)

1920 Confederate Census (21, 22)

Walker, Jeremiah Florida War [1837-38] (32)

Civil War Pensioners 1898-99 (16)

Military & Bounty Application (28, 32)

Muster Roll, Mexican War, Co. F (9, 11)

Paint Rock Rifles, CSA (25)

Southerners who served in Union Army (19)

 

Miscellaneous

Civil Appointments 1820-1832 (5)

Courthouse Burns 1879 (36)

Jurors in 1856 case of  State vs. Thomas Lile Nicks: (10)

      Bradshaw, George

      Brewer, R. C.

      Holder, Joshua

      Inglis, Alexander

      Mattox, T. R.

      Patton, William

      Roach, H. L.

      Simmonds, Wm.

Kennedy, Elizabeth [Wid. of John], for Bounty Land Claim (27, 28)

Price, Sarah letter of 1843 (31)

Willbourn, Elias, obtains liquor license (10)

 

Newspapers

1863 advertisement in the Huntsville    Confederate (6)

1862-1863 items on Jackson Co. in the Huntsville Confederate (6)

1839 Jackson Co. newspapers (18)

1899 The Progressive Age (17)

 

Postal

1854 postmasters (23)

Woodville postmasters (18)

 

Probate

Shelton, Harris estate ledger (26)

Adams, Henry A. estate (36)

Shepherd, R. H. adoption (29)

Will Book K, 1855-1861 (11-31)

Probate records in Will Book L, 1865-1866 (32-35)

 

Southern Claims Commission

Atchley, William (36)

Moore, William (23)

Wilkerson, Dorcas (35)

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