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Marion County Alabama Tracks

Volume VII, Number 1

Spring 1988

  • From the Editor's Pen
  • Newspaper Excerpts-"The Hamilton Free Press"
  • Newspaper Excerpts-"The Marion County News"
  • Query
  • Newspaper Excerpts-"The Hamilton News-Press"
  • The Stephen Brumley/Martha Andrews Family
  • Queries
  • Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Northern Prisons and Military Hospitals- Camp Douglas, Chicago, Ill
  • Ancestor Lineage Charts
  • Richard Nynatt, The Emigrant
  • Index

Volume VII, Number 2

Summer 1988

  • From the Editor's Pen
  • Newspaper Excerpts- "The Hamilton News Press"
  • 1850 Mortality Schedule of Marion, County, Alabama
  • George Dickenson- Soldier- War of 1812
  • Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Federal Prisons & Military Hospitals
  • Marion County Marriage Records
  • Confederate Veterans of the Indian Territory
  • Ancestor Charts
  • Queries
  • Index

Volume VII, Number 3

Fall 1988

  • Presidents Letter- From the Editor's Pen
  • Newspaper Excerpts- "The Hamilton News Press"
  • CSA Record- Joseph L. Cody
  • Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died In Northern Prisons and Military Hospitals
  • Newton Hubbard Ozbirn- Dr. Russell Palmer & Others
  • Ancestor Charts
  • Joseph B. Dickenson- Soldier- War of 1812
  • David Burleson- Soldier- War of 1812
  • War of 1812 Pensioners in Alabama 1880's
  • Outline for Genealogical Research in U.S.
  • History of Winfield
  • The Allen Family- Allen's Factory
  • Queries
  • List of Books for Sale

Volume VII, Number 4

Winter 1988

  • President's Letter
  • Newspaper Excerpts-"The Hamilton News Press" "The Hamilton Appeal"
  • Queries
  • History of Hackleburg
  • Ancestor Charts
  • Pikeville Cemetery
  • 1988 Membership List
  • Index for Vol. III, No.3



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