Alabama Genealogy

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This article is about the southern U.S. state. For other uses, see Alabama (disambiguation).

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Welcome to Alabama, Heart of Dixie

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Spanish explorers are believed to have arrived at Mobile Bay in 1519, and the territory was visited in 1540 by the explorer Hernando de Soto. The first permanent European settlement in Alabama was founded by the French at Fort Louis de la Mobile in 1702. The British gained control of the area in 1763 by the Treaty of Paris, but had to cede almost all the Alabama region to the U.S. and Spain after the American Revolution. The Confederacy was founded at Montgomery in February 1861, and, for a time, the city was the Confederate capital.


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Did You Know?

  • There are links available online to aid in doing Alabama research. The following link provides access to related sites for Alabama research, Regimental Histories, Confederate Research, and Genealogical Links that include a Groom to Bride index. Read more...
  • Did you know you can find your infamous Alabama ancestors at Alabama Blacksheep Ancestors?

Counties

Extinct or Renamed Counties:
Baine | Baker | Benton | Cabela | Cotaco | Decatur | Hancock | Jones | Sanford


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