Monthly Archives: July 2017

“Coosa County, Alabama was much larger when it was first settled” – Alabama Pioneers [Article/LINK]

“Coosa County, Alabama was much larger when it was first settled” –– by Donna R Causey […complete article on source site…] Source: Coosa County, Alabama was much larger when it was first settled – Alabama Pioneers Advertisements

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Coosa County, Alabama history, ADAH [LINK/Lead]

Coosa County was created by the Alabama legislature on 1832 Dec. 18, from lands included in the Creek Indian Treaty of Cusseta, 1832 Mar. 24. It was named for the Coosa River, which forms its western boundary. The word “Coosa” … Continue reading

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RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Al Franklin Ancestors [Database/Link]

Living FRANKLIN Source: RootsWeb’s WorldConnect Project: Al Franklin Ancestors

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Thomas Griffin McClellan (1849 – 1925) – Find A Grave Memorial [LINK]

Thomas Griffin McClellan Birth: May 24, 1849 Death: Mar. 21, 1925 Family links: Spouse: Susan Jane Alexander McClellan (1851 – 1933)* Source: Thomas Griffin McClellan (1849 – 1925) – Find A Grave Memorial

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Surnames Index Page – [Archive/”Mirror”]

Al Franklin and his son “Trip” have died — this is my attempt to retrace and document just SOME of the kinship connection(s) we share on our extended family tree. Really too many to mention in a short blurb — … Continue reading

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