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Early History of Covington County, Alabama, 1821-1871
Wyley Donald Ward
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From the book "Early History of Covington County, Alabama " by Wyley Ward, I know Radford was a jailer in in Montezuma. FEDERAL CENSUS RECORD OF COVINGTON COUNTY, ALABAMA Key: ABCDEFGHIJKLM-NOPQRSTUVWXYZ. Covington County Courthouse Covington County was created by an act of the Alabama State Legislature on December 7, , and was named for Gen. Leonard Covington of Maryland, who fought in the War of The county's earliest settlers came from Georgia and the Carolinas. The county's boundaries changed in , , and
Luther Terry Red Level is located in northwestern northwestern Covington County in the extreme south-central part of the state. Red Level derives its name from a store that once existed in the area named Read's Level and predates the town by a few years. James Read, the owner the store, always pronounced his name with a silent "a," which prompted a misspelling of the . However, Wyley D. Ward printed in his book, Early History of Covington County, Alabama, , a letter written by John Stone to Governor Pickens. “Residing in a county so thinly inhabited and so extensive that to comply with every duty enjoined on me in the official capacity, would fail far short of compensating me for my actual expenses, exclusive of my time lost, as .
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Early history of Covington County Alabama, by Wyley Donald Ward; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Genealogy, History; Places: Covington County (Ala.). Get this from a library. Early history of Covington County, Alabama, [Wyley Donald Ward]. Covington County was created on Dec.
Its boundaries were rearranged inand It was named for Brig. Gen. Leonard Wailes Covington, a soldier in the War of (Maryland). In Aug., the name was changed to Jones County, though the original name was restored in Oct.
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D.,Transcribed by C. Anthony. Established inthis county took its name from General Leonard W. Covington, of Maryland. It is noted for its streams, grazing lands, and superb regions of timber. Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada.
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SNOWDEN George A. Snowden devoted more time to public service than any other political leader in Covington County's history. Marriages Abstracted from Covington County, Alabama Newspapers ss Assorted Covington County, Alabama Probate & Deed Documents ss Pensioners.
Wyley Donald Ward is the author of Early History of Covington County, Alabama, ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews) and Original Land Sales /5(5). Early settlers of Alabama Author: Saunders, James Edmonds, Published: () Alabama marriages, early to Published: () Picture of Cincinnati and Covington Suspension Bridge ; Early settlers of Alabama Author: Saunders, James Edmonds.
The sources for this writing included the following: census records; Wyley Ward’s books, Early History of Covington County, Alabama, and Original Land Sales and Grants in Covington County, Alabama; and family records of Joan Hidle and Glenn Rogers.3.
Early History of Covington County, Alabama by Wiley Donald Ward. 4. The Taylor Book, Decem By Marion Doby Taylor. 5. Census, Covington County. 6. Cauley Chronicles by Scott Smith. 7. Martha Newborn Mable Indenpence Ave.
SE Washington, DC 8. Travis Nero Wall Letter, Page 9. Early History of Covington County, Alabama by Wyley D.
Ward, p. Nancy Franklin appears only on the census, it is presume she died sometime between and She is shown on said census as having had a single slave. [ Thank Lisa for this ].