Location: Crenshaw County AL

Highland Home College

The Highland Home College was established, originally as Highland Home Institute, in 1881 by three individuals, Justus “Mack” Barnes, Col. M. L. Kirkpatrick and Samuel Jordan. J. M. Barnes established a school at Strata, the Strata Academy, on September 8, 1856, as a one-teacher school. The school was so successful that it did not remain a one-teacher school for long. It is not known how the school fared during the War between the states but was no doubt interrupted during this period. In 1872, Samuel Jordan, a brother-in-law of Barnes, became a co-proprietor and teacher. In 1879 another brother-in-law...

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1928 Qualified Voters List For Crenshaw County Alabama

Beat One Surles – Coleman – Panola Anderson, C Anderson, L M Anderson, S C Anderson, T J Beach, Mrs Mary Lou (Croxton) Beck, A C Beck, W T Bennett, D L Bennett, F Cliff Bennett, G L Bennett, L A & Mrs Eunice V (Mitchell) Bennett Black, G E Blackwell, F E Blackwell, W E Boen, J C Bowen, Fred Bowen, Lloyd E Bowen, Mrs Mary Boyd, Cecil Brown, J W Bullard, P W Cauthen, G M Cauthen, M C Chambers, R O Churchwell, J P Cottingham, R W Croxton, A M Croxton, J E Croxton, John L Croxton, Lon Croxton, Lonnie J Croxton, Mrs Rhoda Croxton, T J Croxton, W A Davis, A D Davis, A J Davis, A W Davis, Alvin W Davis, H H Davis, J E Davis, J N Davis, John H Davis, Loe Davis, Mrs Carrie (Helms) Davis, Pierce Davis, S E Davis, T Davis, Z G Dean, W F DeFee, J F Dickem, S W Dickey, Sam C Elliott, William P Evans, M P Evans, R L Gay, Mrs Alice Gregory, L F Gregory, Mrs Ollie Hall, C L Hall, G W Hall, H G Hall, J A Hall, J D Hall, J H Hall, M F Hall, W L Harris, Mrs Mollie Johnson, H J King, Grady Kiser, Tom Marlow, J H Mason, H D McKethan, J R Noble, Ben Olive,...

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A partial list of early Postmasters in Crenshaw County

On June 15 1855 a post office was established and was known as Camp Creek in Butler County and Nathaniel R Daniel was appointed postmaster.  The name changed to Honoraville on April 27 1858.  The Post office was discontinued on July 25, 1866 but was re-established again on August 15, 1867. It was discontinued again on April 12, 1868 and again re-established on July 6, 1868 in Crenshaw County. On April 25, 1871 the name was changed to Nicholsville and was discontinued once more on Sept. 12, 1872.    On May 26, 1873 it was re-established as Honoraville with Alex T.  Ramage as postmaster. In 1875 the name was changed to Honoraville with A. S. Nichols as Postmaster. PATSBURG (Postoffice) F. E. Boyd     Nov. 03, 1887 Thomas E. Boyd    Nov. 18, 1887 Daniel M. Norton    Jan. 21, 1901 William Scott    Jul. 29, 1927 JULIAN (Postoffice) Joseph R. Beall     Feb. 13 1889 Mail went to Luverne Jun. 24, 1896 BRANTLEY (Postoffice) Name changed from Cohort to Brantley     Sep. 03, 1891 Hiram B. Moody    Sep. 03, 1891 John S. Johnson     Sep. 23, 1897 James W. Horn     Jun. 17, 1913 JOQUIN (Postoffice) John Walker    Jul. 09, 1895 James A.    Thompson    Jan. 16, 1902 Mail to Pike County    May 10, 1903 EFFORT (Postoffice) James Thomas     Feb. 28, 1898 Mail to Rutledge     Mar. 31, 1904 DIME (Postoffice) William...

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Crenshaw County, Alabama Census Records

Crenshaw County was formed in 1865 from Butler, Coffee, Covington, Lowndes, and Pike Counties. Butler County, Alabama Census Records Coffee County, Alabama Census Records Covington County, Alabama Census Records Lowndes County, Alabama Census Records Pike County, Alabama Census Records 1870 Crenshaw County, Alabama Census Free 1870 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial  1870 Crenshaw County, Census (images and index) $ 1810-1890 Accelerated Indexing Systems $ Hosted at Crenshaw County, ALGenWeb 1870 Crenshaw County, Alabama Census Hosted at Census Guide 1870 U.S. Census Guide 1880 Crenshaw County, Alabama Census Free 1880 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial  1880 Crenshaw County, Census (images and index) 1810-1890 Accelerated Indexing Systems $ Hosted at Mark Grace’s Genealogy Pages 1880 Crenshaw County Alabama Census Hosted at Census Guide 1880 U.S. Census Guide 1890 Crenshaw County, Alabama Census Free 1890 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial  1890 Veterans Schedule $ 1810-1890 Accelerated Indexing Systems $ Hosted at Census Guide 1890 U.S. Census Guide 1900 Crenshaw County, Alabama Census Free 1900 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial  1900 Crenshaw County, Census (images and index) $ Hosted at Census Guide 1900 U.S. Census Guide 1910 Crenshaw County, Alabama Census Free 1910 Census Form for your Research Hosted at Ancestry.com – Ancestry Free Trial ...

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Crenshaw County, Alabama Cemetery Records

Most of these cemetery listings are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Hosted at Crenshaw County, USGenWeb Archives Project Brunson Chapel United Methodist Cemetery, Crenshaw County, Alabama Centenary Assembly Of God Church Cemetery, Crenshaw, Alabama Hopewell Cemetery, Crenshaw, Alabama Live Oak Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., Al Mount Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery, Crenshaw, Alabama Hosted at Butler County, Alabama USGenWeb Solomon Cemetery, Crenshaw County, Alabama Hosted at Crenshaw County, ALGenWeb Hopewell Cemetery Centenary Assembly of God Cemetery Mount Ida United Methodist Church Cemetery Hosted at The Kendrick & Donnie Shackleford Homepage The Kimbro Cemetery in Crenshaw Co., AL. Mount Ida Church Cemetery Listing Dozier Cemetery, Dozier, Crenshaw Co., AL Brantley Cemetery, Dozier, Crenshaw Co., AL Brunson Chapel United Methodist Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., AL Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., AL Black Rock Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., AL Springhill Baptist Church Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., AL Tisdale’s Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., AL Sport’s Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., AL Cameron’s Chapel Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., AL Enon Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Crenshaw Co., AL...

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