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When record loss occurs there is usually an attempt to reconstruct the records. Land records are reconstructed to establish clear or legal title and for tax purposes.

Nearly half of the counties in Alabama have had burned courthouses. A number of them have burned several times. However, not all records were lost.

Alabama Counties Lost or Missing Records  Add Monroe 1833 and all counties in link.

County
Year(s) of Record Loss

Butler
April 1853

Coosa
1900

Franklin
1890

Limestone
1862

Pickens
1864, 1876

Calhoun
1861, 1865

Covington
1895

Geneva
1898

Marengo
1848, 1965

Pike
1830

Cherokee
1882

Dale
1895

Greene
1868

Marion
1883, 1887

Randolph
1869

Coffee/Elba
1877

Escambia
1868

Jackson
1864, 1920

Mobile
1823,
1840, 1872

Sumter
1901

Conecuh
1868, 1875
1885, 1895

Fayette
1866, 1916

Jefferson
1870

Monroe
1832, 1833

Walker
1865, 1868
1877, 1932


 

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