Difference between revisions of "Decatur County, Alabama Genealogy"

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[[Category:Decatur County, Alabama]]
 
[[Category:Decatur County, Alabama]]
  
For a period of four years there existed a county in Alabama known as Decatur County. It was located in what is today eastern Madison County, western Jackson County, and a small portion of northwest Marshall County.
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For a period of four years there existed a county in Alabama known as Decatur County. It was located in what is today eastern Madison County, western Jackson County, and a small portion of northwest Marshall County. Records and Archives of Decatur County were transferred to Jackson County and were held by clerks of the County and Circuit Courts.
 
 
  Records and Archives of Decatur County were transferred to Jackson County and were held by clerks of the County and Circuit Courts.
 

Revision as of 15:26, 3 April 2008

For a period of four years there existed a county in Alabama known as Decatur County. It was located in what is today eastern Madison County, western Jackson County, and a small portion of northwest Marshall County. Records and Archives of Decatur County were transferred to Jackson County and were held by clerks of the County and Circuit Courts.