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Covington County history, 1821-1976

Gus J. Bryan

Covington County history, 1821-1976

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Covington County (Ala.)
    • Subjects:
    • Covington County (Ala.) -- History.,
    • Covington County (Ala.) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGus J. and Ruby R. Bryan.
      ContributionsBryan, Ruby R.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF332.C8 B79 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination306 p. :
      Number of Pages306
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2651690M
      LC Control Number85233514

        16 Geological History of Alabama Discovering Alabama - Duration: THE BOOK OF PSALMS SLEEP WITH THIS ON!! (running for Circuit Judge, Covington County Alabama) - . Strickland copied every record of Covington County that she could locate. Records on some of the books after the civil war gives some black family information but not much. They did not have estates to settle in the time period covered by her books, didn't pay taxes, and were not listed in the census covered in her books. 11 works Search for books with subject Covington County (Miss.). Search. Covington County, MS cemetery census Flicka A. Guinn Smith Covington County Mississippi tax rolls, Jean Strickland Not In Library. Publishing History.


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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Gus J Bryan. 1821-1976 book book is intended to serve as a quick reference to some of the major events and development that occurred during the first fifty years () of Covington's existence. The loss of all county records by courthouse fires in and again in has allowed many facets of the county's early history to become lost, distorted, or romanticized.

Covington County History   The Opp Historical Society, Inc, printed by Covington Publishing Co, Inc (available from the Opp Chamber of Commerce) 2.

“Williamsburg, MS was the county seat of Covington County from ” The Book is a History of the Courthouses, some Officials, those buried in Old Williamsburg General Cemetery, Olive Branch Masonic Lodge, Roads through Williamsburg, Civil War, Businesses, Churches, Schools, and life in.

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Printed by Covington Publishing Co., Inc. Printed in the United States of America. Covington County was created on Dec. Its boundaries were rearranged inand It was named for Brig.

Gen. Leonard Wailes Covington, a soldier in the War of (Maryland). In Aug., the name was changed to Jones County, though the original name was restored in Oct. Historical Sites in Covington County, Alabama; Covington County Alabama-history; Covington County, Alabama information & history; Andalusia High School present; Poll Tax Cards: Covington County, Alabama; Early Covington Co., AL Homestead Entries; Federal Census of Covington County, AL.

In the book, Covington County Historyby Gus Ruby Bryan, mention is made of Ward's was a group of men opposed to secession led by a man named Jim Ward. His men burned the courthouse at Elba and were engaged in a battle with the Home Guards near the Fairview Ward supposedly killed Columbus.

By the outbreak of the Civil War, the Red Level settlement was one of the largest in Covington County, and this can be partially attributed to its position at the intersection of a heavily travelled road between Andalusia and the railroad station at Georgiana.

Growth slowed after the Civil War, and the settlement briefly lost its post office inbut it reopened again in Try the new Google Books.

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Early History of Covington County, Alabama, by Wyley Donald Ward,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. On March 3,he was elected Sheriff of Covington County. He resigned that same year on December 29 citing the reason as “he was removing from the county” as stated in Gus and Ruby Bryan in their Covington County History, Church minute book for Skoal Creek Baptist Church and Dogwood Grove Baptist Church.

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Covington County Courthouse 1K N Court Square Andalusia, AL Phone: Fax: Covington County Website. Probate Judge has marriage, probate and land records.

Clerk Circuit Court has court and divorce records. Covington County, Alabama Record Dates [edit |. Similar Items. Original land sales and grants in Covington County, Alabama Author: Ward, Wyley Donald.

Published: () Early settlers of Alabama Author: Saunders, James Edmonds, Published: (). Covington Crossroads: A History of Covington County, MS. K likes. This is currently the only written history of Covington County.

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Major Bibliographical References Bryan, Gud J. and Ruby R. Covington County History New York; Opp Historical Society, MONROE COUNTY NY by Howard C. Hosmer 1st Ed. Hardcover w Dust Jacket MONROE COUNTY NY; COUNTY NY MONROE Ed. Hardcover Dust Jacket 1st C. w Howard by Hosmer Hosmer w by Howard COUNTY Dust 1st Hardcover Jacket.

Bryan, Gus J. and Ruby R. Covington County History New York: Opp Historical Society, Deed Books, Various. Probate Court, Covington County, Alabama. Previous documentation on file (NPS): I I preliminary determination of individual listing (36 CFR 67) has been requested.

List of Mississippi Extinct Counties. Mississippi has counties that no longer exist because they were discontinued, renamed or merged with another county. A lot of these counties were established and disbanded within the 19th century; county borders have changed very little since These are important for genealogy research purposes.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Florala, Covington County, Alabama. Sanborn Map Company, Feb, Book/Printed Material Covington County history, / Cover title. Includes index. City of Andalusia, Andalusia, AL. 5, likes 59 talking about this 7, were here.

City. Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Florala, Covington County, Alabama. Created / Published Sanborn Map Company, Feb - Oct Notes Book/Printed Material Covington County history, / Cover title. Includes index. Covington County, Alabama Facts.

When was Covington County, AL Created. Covington County was created on Dec. 17, It was formed from Henry County. Its boundaries were rearranged inand In Aug., the name was changed to Jones County, though the original name was restored in Oct From the book Covington County, AL History page Woodham Among the earliest pioneer settlers to come to this area were the Woodhams.

The Woodham clan can be traced as far back as in Europe, but for the benefit of space we will begin with the marriage of John Wesley Woodham to Amanda Ard at Echo (now Ozark), Alabama in Dale County on April 4, Wyley Donald Ward is the author of Early History of Covington County, Alabama, ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews) and Original Land Sales /5(5).

Kenton County Birth Records & 4, records Kenton County Census Index 36, records Kenton County Death Records (Incomplete) 1, records Kenton County Slave Schedules & 1, records. Covington County Court Records including all Courts & Estate, Probate & Wills (Source: USGenWeb Alabama Archives) Covington County Court Records Directory (Source: Court Records Free Reference and Directory) Livingston's Law Register, Covington County Lawyers (Source: Google Books.

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