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Coosa County, Alabama Marriages

The following information details the Coosa County Alabama Marriage Records available online. Hosted at Access Genealogy Book A – Coosa County AL Marriage Records Book B – Coosa County AL Marriage Records Book C – Coosa County AL Marriage Records Hosted at Coosa County, USGenWeb Archives Project Mary Ann Spivey – George Washington Smith January 19 1843 Marriage Of Beatrice McEwen & D. P. Harden, Coosa, Alabama Marriage Of Evie Davis Bridges, Sr. To Emma Catherine Miller, Coosa, Alabama Colonel Flex L. Smith, Jr. To Mattie Miller, Coosa, Alabama Marriage Of Frank Washington McEwen To Annie L. Casey, Coosa, Alabama Marriage Of George M. Nixon To Mollie Cleveland McEwen, Coosa, Alabama Marriage Of Ira J. Gothard To Fannie Belle Allen, Coosa, Alabama Marriage Announcement Of Vester Miller To Miss Bazemore, Coosa, Alabama Shaw, Cornelia – Allen, Lester W. 1896 Ella Bethany Jones – Samuel Jesse Beaird November 21 1889 Marriage Of Lula Crew To Henry Persons, Coosa, Alabama Marriage Of Thomas Leroy Murphy To Sula Mae Patterson, Coosa, Alabama Hosted at Ancestry.com Alabama Marriages, 1809-1920 $ This database is a collection of marriage records from the state between 1809 and 1920. Researchers will find the names of both bride and groom along with the marriage date. Coosa, 1834-1847; 1878-1900 Alabama Marriages, 1807-1902 $ Alabama marriage information taken from county courthouse records. Many of these records were extracted from copies...

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Coosa County, Alabama Newspapers

Hosted at Coosa County, USGenWeb Archives Project Archie Hendrix Darden Visits The Chronicle Marriage Of Ben Carden And Laura Lessley, Coosa, Alabama Big Turkey Dinner (H.W. Pond) – Coosa, Al Bugs In The Corn, Coosa, Al New Coosa County Officers Of 1936, Coosa, Alabama E. E. Calloway Enters Law School, Coosa, Alabama Hotel At Equality And Residence Of Lon Thomas Destroyed By Fire, Coosa, Alabama Marriage Of Ellis Smith And Lula Lecroy, Coosa, Alabama Col. Felix L. Smith On Arason Case, Coosa, Alabama Levi Washam, Glorious Fourth, Coosa, Alabama Support Of Buck And Breck October 24 1856 Advertisement Placed By Reuben Mcduffie Cain September 5 1856 Argusites July 12 1901 Local And Personal March 30 1917 Masonic January 20 1910 World’s 6th Sunday School Convention May 20 1910 From Our Correspondents – James M. Logan March 4 1910 Jurors For Fall Term 1870 October 1 1870 A List Of Letters Remaining In The Post Office At Rockford October 1 1870 Local And Personal – A. M. Waldrip October 16 1914 Coosa-Elmore-Autauga County Alarchives News…..Professional Cards October 1 1870 Officers Of Coosa County October 1 1870 Coosa-Shelby County Alarchives News…..Estille Items – Mr. And Mrs. B. T. Stewart September 9 1910 Fire Destroys Barn Of George W. Harden, Coosa, Alabama John D. Thompson & Brock King, Coosa, Alabama John K. Mcewen Donates Indian Relics To State, Coosa, Al An Old...

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Book C – Coosa County Alabama Marriage Records

Book C – Page 1-49 p. 1 Weaver, James H. to., Powell, Margaret E. Feb. 20, 1856 Wit: J. H, Phelum p. 1 Shaddix, John to Clayton, Lucinda Feb. 14, 1856 Wit: C. H. Wright, J.P. p. 2 Thomas, C. C. to Ammons, Elizabeth F. Feb. 10, 1856 Wit: John S. Ogletree, J.P. p. 2 Ramsey, Thos. M. to Nickols, Mary Feb. 3, 1856 Wit: Joel Nickols p. 2 Blankenship, Thos. to Jones, Nancy Feb. 10, 1856 Wit: John Clisby, J.P. p. 3 Shaw, Thomas to Kincaid, Martha Ann Dec. 18, 1855 Wit: J. H. Mitchell, M.G. p. 3 Robbins, Wm. P. to Freeman, Martha A. Dec. 11, 1855 Wit: J. H. Mitchell, M.G. p. 4 Chapman, W. R. to Letcher, Susannah A. Feb. 21, 1856 Wit : R. R. Dickerson, M.G. p. 4 Boyers, Stephen to Henderson, Lucinda M. Feb. 17, 1856 Wit: Wm. E. Murchison, J.P. p. 5 Graham, A. D. to Welch, Mary C. Jan. 10, 1856 Wit: I. W. Suttle, J.P. p. 5 Kimble, Peter W. to Wilson, Sarah M. Jan. 10, 1856 Wit: Rbt. L. Martin, J.P. p. 6 Hill, James J. to Wilkerson, Sarah Ann Dec. 20,1855 Wit: John S. Ogletree, J.P. p. 7 Lewis, Wm. H. to Taylor, Sarah Jane Dec. 25, 1855 Wit: W. G. Deloney, J.P. p. 7 Thompson, James to Amason, Mary Jane Dec. 23, 1855 Wit: Stephen F....

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Book B – Coosa County Alabama Marriage Records

Book B – Page 1-49 p. 1 Chancellor, Jessee to Robison, Doritha Jan. 9, 1848 Wit: John Yates, M.G. p. 1 Varner, Edward P. to Knight, Jane Dec. 14, 1847 Wit: John Yates, M.G. p. 2 White, Green C. to Tunnel, Mary Dec. 9, 1847 Wit: David W. Irwin p. 2 Posey, James to Baxley, Lucretia Nov. 30, 1847 Wit: Wm. Baxley p. 3 Shaw, Joseph H. to Davison, Nancy July 25, 1848 Wit: E. Pond p. 3 Crawford, Thos. G. to Howard, Mary E. Feb. 8, 1848 Wit: John Yates, M.G. p. 4 Kelley, Francis M. to McGrady, Caroline Dec. 23, 1847 Wit: Elias Kelley, J.P. p. 4 Willis, James M. to Patterson, Caroline A. Feb. 11, 1848 Wit: E. Pond p. 5 Campbell, Wm. to McMillan, Nancy Sept. 2, 1848 Wit: E. Pond p. 5 Welch, James F. to Bickley, Julian R. July 20, 1848 Wit: David W. Irwin, J.P. p. 6 Smith, Josiah to Hogans, Harty E. Mar. 30, 1848 Wit: Rev. A. B. Kelley p. 6 Thomas, Stephen A. to Ellis, Elizabeth May 7, 1848 Wit: John Holley, J.P. p. 7 Wilson, Benj. B. to Shannon, Sarah E. June 11, 1848 Wit: Allen Roberson p. 7 Bryant, John J. to Robinson, Ann June 1, 1848 Wit: J. H. Mitchell, M.G. p. 8 Whorter, Sidney S. P. to Tulane, Sophia P. Apr. 27, 1848 Wit: Thos....

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Book A – Coosa County Alabama Marriage Records

Book A – Page 1-49 p. 1 Stringfellow, Wm. to Ellington, Loureaney Dec. 8, 1834 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 2 Edwards, Isum to Fletcher, Mary Jan. 7, 1835 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 3 Byers, John M. to Fitzgerald, Theresa E. Sept. 4, 1835 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 5 Bulger, Wm. C. to Donald, Nancy Berry 1835 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 7 Martain, Rbt. L. to Robbins, Elizabeth Mar. 2, 1836 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 9 Wall, Albert G. to Lidda, Eliza Mar. 6, 1836 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 10 McDaniel, George A. to Black, Nancy H. Apr. 19, 1836 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 11 Teague, James P. to Adams, Jane May 11, 1836 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 12 Yates, John to Bryant, Arena May 25, 1836 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 13 Price, Wm. to Lee, Mary Apr. 30, 1836 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 15 Edgin, Johnson to Russin, Lidda Oct. 1, 1836 Wit: None. p. 16 Hughs, D. W. to Hagans, Elizabeth July 13, 1836 Wit: A.C. Mahan, Clk. J.P. Daniel, D. Clk. p. 17 Morris, Joseph J. to...

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Pakana Tribe

We now come to peoples incorporated in the Muskhogean confederation which were probably distinct bodies and yet not certainly possessed of a peculiar dialect like the Hitchiti, Alabama, and other tribes of foreign origin already considered. The Pakana are given by Adair as one of those people which the Muskogee had “artfully” induced to incorporate with them, and he is confirmed as to the main fact by Stiggins, whose account of them is as follows: The Puccunnas at this day are only known by tradition to have been a distinct people and their ancient town or habitation is called Puccun Tal ahassee which is Puccun old town. This ancient town is in the present Coosa County of this State [Alabama]. The Au-bih-kas have a tradition that they were a distinct people and that they in old times were very numerous, but do not say whether they were immigrants or not, or at what time they became one of the national body. But they say as they belonged to the national body one and inseparable there was no distinction made so that by continual intermarriage with the other tribes they at length became absorbed and assimilated with their neighbors without distinction and no other knowledge is left regarding them but the name of their ancient habitation. Whether in conversation they had a separate tongue of their own or not tradition...

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