History of Barbour County, Alabama Mattie T. Thompson Author
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By: Mattie T. Thompson, Pub. 1939, Reprinted 2018, 570 pages, ISBN #0-89308-423-9.Barbour County was formed in 1832 from parts of Pike and Henry Counties and from Creek Indian lands. Biographies: Alston, Alexander, Adams, Andrews, Baker, Ballowe, Barnett (2), Brown (2), Bennett (2), Bray, Brassell, Bush (2), Britt, Beringer, Bernstein, Bullock, Brannon, Conner, Comer (7), Clayton, (7), Crawford, Cargill, Cato, Crews, Colby, Cochran, Daniel, Davie, Dean, Dent (5), Douglas, Doughtie, Edmundson, Espy (2), Evans, Floyd (2), Flournoy, Foy (7), Foster (2), Florence, Glenn (2), Guice, Hart, Hawkins, Hobdy, Holleman, Hortman, Houston, Hunter, Hyatt, Jelks, Joiner (2), Jones (3), Kendall, Kolb, Lampley, Laseter, Lee (4), Lewy, Margart, Massey, McDowell (2), McEachern (2), McCormick, McDowell (3), McInnis, McKay (4), McKenzie, McLeod, McNab, McRae,, Merrill (3), Milton, Moore, Moulthrop, Oppenheimer, Ott, Pappas, Parish, Patterson, Peach, Petty, Pitts (3), Pugh, Quillian, Ramser, Reeves (2), Rhodes, Richards, Roberts, Robertson, Roquemore, Ross, Ryan, Salter, Schloss, Screws, Searcey, Shorter (5), Simpson, Sparks, Speight, Spurlock, Standifer, Stow, Sutlive, Swanson, Thomas (7), Upshaw, Walker (2), Ward, Warren, Weedon, Wellborn, West, Wharton, Whitlock, Williams (2), Winn, and Young.

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