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  1. ne-alabama A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the ne-alabama surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  2. harrison-alabama A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the harrison-alabama surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  3. nw-alabama A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the nw-alabama surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  4. woodham-alabama A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the woodham-alabama surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  5. al-ghosttowns A list to talk about Alabama ghost towns.
  6. alcoffee Historical and genealogical interest in Coffee County, Alabama
  7. alcoosa A mailing list for the discussion and sharing of information regarding the alcoosa surname and variations in any place and at any time.
  8. albaldwi This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Baldwin Co. and the people who made it what it is today.Baldwin County was established on December 21, 1809, ten years before Alabama became a state. Previously, the county had been a part of the Mississippi Territory until 1817, when the area was included in the separate Alabama Territory. Statehood was gained by Alabama in 1819. The county seat is Bay Minette. The county is named in honor of Senator Abraham Baldwin, though he never lived in what is now Alabama.
  9. stalnaker US Stalnakers are descended from George (Pennsylvania), Jacob (West Virginia), and Capt. Samuel (South Carolina to Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi in the early 1800s). The immigrants were Johan Jacob Stalnaker and Anna Barbara Schreiber of Alsenborn, Germany,
  10. al-census A mailing list for anyone desiring a check of this state's census records for their ancestors. Requests should be as specific as possible and include county name, specific family of interest, and year whenever possible. In addition, those who own or have access to census records and are willing to do lookups are asked to subscribe and assist in responding to queries.
  11. tnfrankl Welcome! This is the former Rootsweb list, TNFRANKL. We'll be discussing the history and genealogy of Franklin County, Tennessee including the surrounding region of southeastern Tennessee and northern Alabama.
  12. tnlawren Welcome! This is the former Rootsweb list, TNLAWREN. We'll be discussing the history and genealogy of Lawrence County, Tennessee including the surrounding region of south central Tennessee and northern Alabama.
  13. tngiles Welcome! This is the former Rootsweb list, TNGILES. We'll be discussing the history and genealogy of Giles County, Tennessee including the surrounding region of south central Tennessee and northern Alabama.
  14. tnmarion Welcome! This is the former Rootsweb list, TNMARION. We'll be discussing the history and genealogy of Marion County, Tennessee including the surrounding region of southeastern Tennessee, northwestern Georgia, and northeastern Alabama.
  15. alautaug As you know, Ancestry and Rootsweb are dropping support for email lists. The Google email group below replaces the old Autauga County Genealogy list. If you have any questions, please contact me at ter@terichardson.com. Since the old list has been very inactive, if there is no activity on the new list after a few months, I may delete it. https://groups.google.com/d/forum/autauga-county-alabama-genealogy
  16. allownde This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Lowndes Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Lowndes County was formed from Montgomery, Dallas and Butler counties, by an act of the Alabama General Assembly on January 20, 1830. The county is named for South Carolina statesman William Lowndes. Its county seat is Hayneville.
  17. alwashin This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Washington Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Washington County was organized on June 4, 1800 from the Tombigbee District of the Mississippi Territory by proclamation of territorial governor Winthrop Sargent. It was the first county organized in what would later become Alabama, as settlers moved westward after the American Revolutionary War. Washington County is the site of St. Stephens, the first territorial capital of Alabama. The county was named in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States.
  18. alconecu This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Conecuh Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Conecuh County was established by Alabama on February 13, 1818. Some of its territory was taken in 1868 by the Republican state legislature during the Reconstruction era to establish Escambia County. Its county seat is Evergreen. Its name is believed to be derived from a Creek Indian term meaning "land of cane."
  19. alpicken This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Pickens Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Pickens County was established on the western border of Alabama on December 20, 1820, and named for revolutionary war hero General Andrew Pickens of South Carolina. The county seat was relocated from Pickensville to Carrollton in 1830.
  20. aljackso This is a county list solely for the discussion of all things related to the history and genealogy of Jackson Co. and the people who made it what it is today. Jackson County was established on December 13, 1819. It was settled chiefly by yeomen farmers, many of Scots-Irish descent. The county seat is Scottsboro. It was named for Andrew Jackson, general in the United States Army and afterward President of the United States of America.