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Cleburne County Alabama
Cleburne County was established on December 6, 1866, with the County Seat at Edwardsville. It was named in honor of Major General Patrick Cleburne, of Arkansas. In the early 1900s, the county seat was moved to Heflin. Photo by Rivers Langley; SaveRivers (Own work) via Wikimedia Commons
CITIES, TOWNS, AND POPULATED PLACES
* Heflin * Edwardsville * Fruithurst * Ranburne *
* Abel * Ai * Arbacoochee * Hopewell * Liberty Hill * Muscadine * Hollis Crossroads *Heflin Street Scene 1930-45By Boston Public Library [CC BY 2.0or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
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Online Data Biographies Birth Records Cemeteries Census Records Church Records Family Stories History Marriage Records Military Records Misc Records Post Offices School Records Wills and Probate Records
- Website Updates:May 2015: Wills: Probate Minutes Vol A Pages 62 - 156 Transcribed by Susan Doss - Thanks so much!!Apr 2015: Death News: 1870 Mortality Schedule
Feb 2015: Wills: Index to Vol A 1867 - 1870 and Pages 1 - 61 - Transcribed by Susan Doss;
Jan 2015: Marriage News: PAYNE, HILTON, TENNANT, BURGESS, BULLOCK, BURTON, FERGUSON, GRICE, TRIBBLE, BITTICK, BRIDGES, WHITE, BACH, DODD, COOK, HUMPHRIES, WILKINS, WELDEN, BARRETT, LOWE, MIDDLEBROOK, HOWLE; Death News; MORGAN, HOGAN, MANN, SCOTT, School News: 1922 listing of new teachers
Oct 2014: 1925 List of Confederate Pensioners
Jul 2014: Southern Claims Commission Applicants
May 2014: Mil: WWI Wounded List of Oct 1918 - Submitted by Rose Stout
Apr 2014: History: Water Mills for Cleburne County in 1886
Feb 2014: Community News: 1895 new gold finds; List of Known Newspapers of Cleburne County
Jan 2014: Crime News: COOK, EVANS, BURTON
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