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Morgan County Alabama
Founded February 8, 1818
and named after General Daniel Morgan, of Virginia.
Its county seat is Decatur.
(Photos by Veneta McKinney 2015)
CITIES, TOWNS, AND POPULATED PLACES
* Decatur (part of Decatur is in Limestone County) * Hartselle * Priceville *
* Trinity * Falkville * Somerville * Eva *
* Basham * Brooksville * Burningtree Mountain * Danville * Hulaco * Lacey's Spring *
* Morgan City (partly in Marshall County) * Moulton Heights * Neel *
* Ryan Crossroads * Six Way * Union Hill * Valhermoso Springs
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Online Data Biographies Birth Records Brick Walls Cemeteries Census Records Church Records Death Records History Marriage Records Military Records Miscellanous Records Newspaper Gleanings Obituaries and Death Notices Post Office Records School Records Wills and Probate Records
- Website Updates:May 2015: Military: World War I - Those Who Served, World War II - Those Who Served, Redecorated site and now all pages are mobile friendly.Feb 2015: Bio: YOUNG - Submitted by Dave Martin; Death News: BOWMAN
Jan 2015: Death News: GRIZZARD, WADSWORTH, DAVIS, JOHNSON, GRAY, FLIN, HOGAN, ; Married News: YOUNG, HARPER, WERT, GIBBS, RANKIN, CAIN, EDMONDSON, WILDER, HUTSON, EMENS, EWING, MARTIN, HARTUNG, TURNER, GARNETT, BEASON, MULLIGAN, PARSONS, STEVENSON, MINOR, CALVIN, HUNT
Dec 2014: Death News: NESMITH
Aug 2014: Bios: LITTLEJOHN, CHURCH, JERVIS, KYLE, BURCH, SCOVEL, ECHOLS, HOOPER, BUFORD, FREY, ROBINSON, FLYNN, HEDGES, REED, OLMSTEAD, NELSON, PEACHER, McBRIDE, DOWNS, VANDEGRIFT, GRUBER, MURRAY, CURTIS, SCRUGGS, WATKINS, HARRIS, HINDS, FREEMAN, ARANTZ, SCOTT, CARTWRIGHT, FALK, JOSEPH, POLEY, BANKS, SUGARS, JONES, BALDRIDGE, SKEGGS, BENSON, TODD, BETHARD, ALBES; Sick List: GRAVES
Jul 2014: Bio: SLOSS, ARMSTRONG, SHEATS, GODBEY, SKEGGS, ROQUEMORE, STUART, BAKER, HARRIS, BLACK, BANKS, FOSTER, GILL, CARTRIGHT, FOREST, GRUBBS
History of Decatur; Mil: Civilwar: Southern Claims Commission Applicants
Apr 2014: History: Water Mills of Morgan County in 1886
Mar 2014: Bio: AUSTIN - Transcribed by Kim Mohler
Feb 2014: List of Known Newspapers of Morgan County
Jan 2014: 1895 Crime News; Bio: RICE - transcribed by Susan Geist
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