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Author:
Benjamine Riley
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978-0893086923
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0893086924
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Southern Historical Press, Inc. (April 28, 2017)
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Recommended to Marshall by: Bought it myself Great history of Conecuh. I wish I new where .

Recommends it for: Anyone from Conecuh County, Alabama. Recommended to Marshall by: Bought it myself. I use this book in my personal genealogy, I refer to it as needed. Great history of Conecuh. Riley's original notes and papers are to see if there is more information on my Hawthorne's and alliead families: Baggett's, Regan's, King's, etc.

History of Conecuh County, Alabama. Embracing a Detailed Record of Events From the Earliest Period to the Present; Biographical Sketches of Those Who Have Been Most Conspicuous in the Annals of the County; a Complete List of the Officials of Conecuh, Besi

History of Conecuh County, Alabama. Embracing a Detailed Record of Events From the Earliest Period to the Present; Biographical Sketches of Those Who Have Been Most Conspicuous in the Annals of the County; a Complete List of the Officials of Conecuh, Besi. History of Conecuh County, Alabama.

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List of the Officials of Conecuh, Besi. Benjamin Franklin Riley. History Of Alabama And Incidentally Of Georgia And Mississippi, From The Earliest Period

List of the Officials of Conecuh, Besi. Воспроизведено в оригинальной авторской орфографии изда от 573. The Complete Works, In Philosophy, Politics, And Morals, Now First Collected And Ar. With Memoirs Of His Early Life, Volume 3. Benjamin Franklin. History Of Alabama And Incidentally Of Georgia And Mississippi, From The Earliest Period.

Riley, pastor of the Opelika Baptist Church. The book includes an Appendix with a complete list of the Conecuh Guards, Company E, Fourth Alabama Regiment and information about each member. Alabama Civil War history book free Google books Conecuh Conecuh Guards Fourth Alabama Regiment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Conecuh County, Alabama.

Benjamin Franklin Riley. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations.

Conecuh County (/kəˈnɛkə/) is a county of the . As of the 2010 census the population was 13,228. Its county seat is Evergreen. Its name is believed to be derived from a Creek Indian term meaning "land of cane. The areas along the rivers had been used by varying cultures of indigenous peoples for thousands of years. French and Spanish explorers encountered the historic Creek Indians.

Book Renaissance ww. en-books. in constant correspondence with parties in different portions of Conecuh. enh taka immeliste stens toxard the preparation of a bistory of immediate. was formed bearing the title of Conecuh Historical Society;" some interest was manifested, and requested to undertake the preparation of the present work. The disadvantages under which he was placed, however, were very great. But after two years of labor, amid the weighty duties of the pastorate, the work is finished and sent forth upon its mission. The antbor striven to present facts in forth upon its mission. their clearest and simplest form, so that.

History of Conecuh County, AlabamaEmbracing a Detailed Record of Events From the Earliest Period to the Present; Biographical Sketches of Those Who Have Been Most Conspicuous in the Annals of the County; A Complete List of the Officials of Conecuhby B. F. Riley. Embracing a Detailed Record of Events From the Earliest Period to the Present; Biographical Sketches of Those Who Have Been Most Conspicuous in the Annals of the County; A Complete List of the Officials of Conecuh.

By: Benjamine Riley, Orig. Pub. 1881, Reprinted 2017, 246 pages, New Index, ISBN #0-89308-692-4.

This excellent history of this early county begins with its earlies times and settlers, the Creek Indians. This is follow by the early settlement of Conecuh by the whites in 1815 at a place called Bellville. Early in 1817 more people moved from North Carolina and Chester District, SC. Great difficult befell those early emigrants especially in 1816 as they attempted to obtain food from long distances, with their lives always endangered through perilous travels in Indian Territory. This was followed by more Indian hostilities from scattered Indian bands whose main body had been defeated at the Battle of Horse Shoe Bend by Andrew Jackson.

Finally in Janurary 1818, Conecuh became an organized county bounded on the north by Monroe and Montgomery counties, on the west by Clarke and Mobile counties, on the east by Georgia and on the south by Florida. This book continues with the continual growth of the county, in the areas of transportation, mail service, formation of towns and communities and growth in general unyil the book ends in 1881 at the time of publication.

The author gives much biography of early families and citizens namely: Amos, Ashley, Autrey, Bell, Bolling, Burnett, Cary, Crosby, Crosley, Cunningham, Donald, Etheridge, Forbes, Gray, Greene, Grace, Martin, McCreary, Morrow, Oliver, Perryman, Rabb, Sampey, Shaw, Simpson, Stallworth, Stearns, Straughn, Travis, Warren, and Watkins.

Other surnames mentioned profusely throughout the book are those such as: Allen, Betts, Bowles, Boykin, Brantley, Burson, Cook, Copsey, Dean, Farnham, Feagin, Folks, Halstead, Hart, Hodge, Horton, Johnston, Keyser, Manning, McCaskill, Meeks, Mendenhall, Robinson, Roebuck, Slaughter, Starke, Turk, Walls, and many, mnay others....