Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: https://lccn.loc.gov/sh85053742
Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Papers relating to family of Dr. Thomas Carson McCormick and family genealogical notes.
Overview Genealogical records taken from the family Bibles of the Martin and Wells families
Dates: 1994 October 3
Abstract A genealogy of the Maupin family, beginning with Gabriel Maupin of France, who lived in England and came to America around 1710. His descendants lived in Virginia and other southern states.
Overview Excerpts from the diary of John G. Traylor (1817-43), an early Dallas County, Alabama resident, a genealogy of the Traylor family, and a history of the town of Pleasant Hill, Dallas County, Alabama.
Overview Miscellaneous genealogies of various Alabama families
Dates: after 1950
Overview Eleven receipts for slave purchases, and genealogical material on the family of William Morris.
Overview Genealogical and historical sketch research for "The Name and Family of Neal(e)" from the Media Research Bureau which was in Washington D.C.
Dates: after 1950
Overview This collection contains genealogical research and letters.
Abstract Record of Patton and Steele families. Photocopy of a book titled the "John Bunyan Book." Records of Dr. William Patton. Ancestors and descendants of Dr. William Patton, Green County, Alabama. Patton family letters (photocopies) and the will of Alexander Steele. Documents dealing with the genealogy of the Spencer and Nicholls families.
Dates: 1759 - 1890
Overview The collection contains genealogical research notes covering 1820-1880, including county data, church and marriage records, family histories, and other information created and gathered by this Alabama genealogist. The collection also contains a list of military pension and bounty land applications.
Dates: 1900 - 1980
Overview Sheet "pertaining to Miss Margaret Hobson Genealogy -- at Magnolia Grove."
Overview Genealogical research material on several successful families of North Alabama in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
Overview Three small ledgers, compiled by Dr. Charles Edward Ford of Roanoke, Alabama, from 1920-1952, listing birth records for Randolph County, Alabama.
Abstract A letter containing genealogical information about St. Sauveur Francois Bonfils, a Napoleonic exile who served as professor of modern languages and literature at Transylvania University, Lexington, Kentucky, 1847-1849.
Overview Hand-written genealogical research
Dates: circa 1800s
Abstract The collection contains photocopies of transcribed letters written by Samuel N. Snow of Alabama and other documents relating to the family's history.
Overview Papers of a freeborn African American family who lived in Mississippi, Tennessee, and Alabama, in the latter half of the nineteenth century and through the mid-1960s
Overview Contains her essay, "Solidarity: A Study in Republican Voter Constancy in South Lamar County Alabama," 1994 at University of Alabama, as well as Along with genealogy papers on various peoples, in chronological order.
File — Box 4257.005: , Folder: 14
Scope and Contents Letters between the Sperry and Willard families in Ohio, and from family members or acquaintances discussing money and health issues, everyday life, gifts, society issues, and a wedding invitation. It also contains a family tree and an itemized list of the division of the estate of S. Sperry and two poems written for Mary Willard.
Overview Contains a copy of "The Stiggins Manuscript", which was copied from the original historical narrative in the State Historical Society of Wisconsin Collection, 1901. This is a narrative of the genealogical traditions and down fall of the Ispocoga or Creek Indians, written by one of its members of the tribe. Also contains letters of correspondence and a copy of Alabama Highways vol. VII, July - August 1933.
Overview Correspondence, diaries, educational materials, and genealogical documents of Storey and his family
Abstract Contains personal papers including civic organization materials, church material (Covenant Presbyterian Church, Tuscaloosa, Alabama), business records, personal correspondence, genealogical materials, and 22 photographs of this University of Alabama School of Education professor.
File — Box WSC001: , Folder: W0129.12
Scope and Contents The unnamed author of this manuscript recounts over one hundred years of her family's history in this central Alabama home. She tells of family favorites and jealousies, fortunes and poverty, and through it all, their ties to the house.
Dates: after 1900
Overview Correspondence compiled by Mrs. C. P. McGuire in her attempts to trace the genealogy of William B. Travis, who died defending the Alamo in 1836.
Overview This collection consists of Turnbull-Frick family genealogy, copies of Baltimore Its History and Its People, Who was Who in America and The National Cyclopedia of America, and family portraits.
Dates: 1850 - 1880
Overview Births, deaths, and marriages for these families between 1798 and 1906.
Dates: Between 1798 and 1906
Abstract Family correspondence, poetry, civic documents, family tree, minutes from board of trustees (Alabama Normal College).
Dates: 1807 - 1970
Overview The Whitman Family Papers contain correspondence, diaries, photographs, clippings, books, and memorabilia related to the members of this prominent New England family, particularly Jason Whitman (1799-1848), a Unitarian minister in Portland, Maine, and Lexington, Massachusetts; and Bernard and Minnie Hamilton Whitman, who lived in Brazil and Colombia in the 1870s and 1880s while Bernard worked in South America as an engineer and street railway builder.
Overview Contains notes, photograph albums, scrapbooks, notebooks, research notes, geneaology notes, family records, wills and letters on the Wood family from the 1860's-1972.
Abstract This collection contains diaries, correspondence, and other materials related to four generations of this Tennessee/Alabama family.
Dates: 1798 - 1990
Overview An incomplete typescript copy (18 pp.) of, "Memoirs of Brigadier General Marcus J. Wright, CSA."