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History of Conecuh, County Alabama

Benjamin Franklin Riley

History of Conecuh, County Alabama

by Benjamin Franklin Riley

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Published by Southern Historical Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reference,
  • Genealogy

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8234451M
    ISBN 100893086924
    ISBN 109780893086923
    OCLC/WorldCa31629613

    Conecuh County Alabama Public GIS Website. Jimmy Bell, Revenue Commissioner Court Square - Evergreen, AL Phone: () For technical assistance contact [email protected] or call () This site now works with ALL known web browsers! History of Conecuh County, Alabama (Source: Google Books) History of Conecuh County, Alabama (Source: Internet Archive) History of Conecuh County, Alabama (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($).

      Originally published in , this page book includes a wealth of information about the county’s early history and the important people from the county’s past. I was especially impressed by the many “firsts” that Riley documented in his book, which he spent two years writing for the Conecuh Historical Society. Conecuh County, Alabama Facts. When was Conecuh County, AL Created? Conecuh County was created on Feb. 13, , from part of Monroe County. The county's size was altered several times before , when it received its present dimensions. This particular county was named for the Conecuh River, which flows through the county.

    History of Conecuh County, Alabama by B. F. Riley, , Printed by the Weekly Packet edition, in EnglishAuthor: B.F. Riley. History of Conecuh County, Alabama: embracing a detailed record of events from the earliest period to the present: biographical sketches of those who have been most conspicuous in the annals of the county: a complete list of the officials of Conecuh, besides much valuable information relative to the internal resources of the county. Columbus.


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History of Conecuh, County Alabama by Benjamin Franklin Riley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Benjamin Franklin Riley was born Jat Pineville, Monroe County, Ala. His parents were Enoch George and Sophronia (Autrey) Riley, of whom he always spoke with much respect and deep affection.

In he was ordained a Baptist minister, following his graduation in with an A.B/5. This book, "History of Conecuh County, Alabama", by B.F. Riley, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as : B.F.

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This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as /5(2). Excerpt from History of Conecuh County, Alabama: Embracing a Detailed Record of Events From the Earliest Period to the Present; Biographical Sketches of Those Who Have Been Most Conspicuous in the Annals of the County; A Complete List of the Officials of Conecuh Conecuh is an Indian name.

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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or. History of Conecuh County, Alabama: Embracing a Detailed Record of Events from the Earliest Period to the Present; Biographical Sketches of Those who Have Been Most Conspicuous in the Annals of the County; a Complete List of the Officials of Conecuh, Besides Much Valuable Information Relative to Author: Benjamin Franklin Riley: Edition: reprint.

Finally in JanuraryConecuh became an organized county bounded on the north by Monroe and Montgomery counties, on the west by Clarke and Mobile counties, on. 30 rows  Books: History of Conecuh County, Embracing a Detailed Record of Events from.

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History of Conecuh County, Alabama. Embracing a detailed record of events from the earliest period to the present; biographical sketches of those who have been most conspicuous in the annals of the county; a complete list of the officials of Conecuh, besides much valuable information relative to the internal resources of the countyPages: Several weeks ago, via Facebook, I asked local history enthusiasts in Butler, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia and Monroe counties what books they would include on a recommended reading list about their county’s history.

I wanted to know what books they thought were “must read” in regard to their county’s history. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Notes Written at the request of the Conecuh historical :   By: Benjamine Riley, Orig. Pub. Reprintedpages, New Index, ISBN #This excellent history of this early county begins with its earlies times and settlers, the Creek Indians.

This is follow by the early settlement of Conecuh by the whites in at a place Brand: Southern Historical Press, Incorporated.

Get this from a library. The heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama. [Conecuh County Heritage Book Committee (Conecuh County, Ala.);] -- Aims to create a picture of the early area, it's formation as a county, through time, to its place in the economy and community of today.

Conecuh County was created by the Alabama Territorial legislature on Feb. 13, from part of Monroe County. Its name comes from the Muscogee language, and has been interpreted to mean either "land of cane" or "polecat's head." The county's size was altered several times beforewhen it received its present dimensions.

History Of Conecuh County, Alabama. Embracing A Detailed Record Of Events From The Earliest Period To The Present; Biographical Sketches Of Those Who Have Been Most Conspicuous In The Annals Of The County; A Complete List Of The Officials Of Conecuh, Besides Much Valuable Information Relative To The Internal Resources Of The County.

Excerpt from History of Conecuh County, Alabama: Embracing a Detailed Record of Events From the Earliest Period to the Present; Biographical Sketches of Those Who Have Been Most Conspicuous in the Annals of the County; A Complete List of the Officials of Conecuh Conecuh is an Indian name, to which have been given a variety Of meanings.

But the best transla tors Of the Indian dialect believe. Conecuh County was established by Alabama on Febru Some of its territory was taken in by the Republican state legislature during the Reconstruction era to establish Escambia County. Located in the coastal plain, 19th century Conecuh County was an area of plantations and cotton cultivation, and it is still quite rural ssional district: 2nd.

History of Conecuh County Alabama Chapter 3 By Staff | June 3, Early Privations and Struggles – Unparalleled Difficulties – Scarcity of Shoes – Undaunted Heroism – Meagreness of Blacksmith Facilities – Joshua Betts – A Barefooted Population –.

This excellent history of this early county begins with its earliest times and settlers, the Creek Indians. This is follow by the early settlement of Conecuh by the whites in at a place called Bellville.

Early in more people moved from North Carolina and Chester District, SC.History of Conecuh County, Alabama (Source: Google Books) History of Conecuh County, Alabama (Source: Google Books) History of Conecuh County, Alabama (Source: Internet Archive) Cemeteries.

Billion Graves for Conecuh County, Alabama (Source: Billion Graves) Cemeteries of Conecuh County (Source: ).Belleville Baptist Church west side County Road 15 in the historic area of Belleville, Conecuh County, Alabama. Alabama. Historical Commission (Alabama Department of Archives and History) Belleville Baptist Church west side County Road 15 in the historic area of Belleville, Conecuh County, Alabama.

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