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Marengo County Alabama
Marengo County was created by the Alabama Territorial legislature on 6 February 1818, from land acquired from the Choctaw Indians by treaty on 24 October 1816.
It is named in honor of a battlefield near Turin, Italy, where the French defeated the Austrians on June 14, 1800. The county seat is Linden. This name was chosen as a compliment to the first Caucasian settlers, exiled French Bonapartists who in 1817 settled the area around Demopolis in an effort to establish a Vine and Olive Colony.Photo by Altairisfar - Public DomainMARENGO COUNTY COURTHOUSE
CITIES, TOWNS, AND POPULATED PLACES
* Demopolis * Linden (county seat) * Dayton * Faunsdale * Myrtlewood * Providence * Sweet Water * Thomaston * Nanafalia * Putnam * Aimwell * Alfalfa * Clayhill * Consul * Coxheath * Dixons Mills * Exmoor * Half Acre *
* Half Chance * Hampden * Hoboken * Hugo * Jefferson * Lasca * McKinley * Magnolia * Marengo *
* Moores Valley * Moscow * Nicholsville * Octagon * Old Spring Hill * Pin Hook * Pope * Rembert *
* Salt Well * Shiloh * Siddonsville * Surginer * Vangale * Vineland * Wayne *
* Aigleville *
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Online Data BirthRecords BrickWalls Cemeteries FamilyRecords Wills andProbate Records Website Updates:
June 2018: Marriage News: LESTER, PERKINS; Crime News: KING; Death News: BARRONMar 2018: Website updated and pages are mobile friendly; Marriage News: CLARKE, COMPTON, BARNWELL, BLAIR; Death News; CHESS, EDDINS; Crime News: JACKSON, CHAMBERS; Court News: HOSKINS, BRADFORD, THOMAS, MCCAA, ABELS, WILLIAMS, JOHNSON, HOPKINS, LILLY
Dec 2017: Marriage News: PARKER, BIRD; Sick List News: SHUPTRIUNE, JACKSON; Visiting News: MCNEILL, PROWELL, EPPES, CARTER, MILLER, CHAPMAN
Oct 2017: Bio: THOMAS RINGGOLD, BRYAN GRANT - Submitted by Jim Christoffersen
Jul 2017: Marriage News: MITCHELL, LANE; Visiting News: STUBBS, JONES, PROWELL, MORGAN, SELDEN, GILBERT, GLOVER, MCMILLER, CANNON, LLOYD, WATLINGTON, ALEXANDER, DRYER, GRIFFIN
Apr 2017: Misc Records: 1923 County Officers
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