5 edition of History of Escambia County, Alabama found in the catalog.
History of Escambia County, Alabama
Annie C. Waters
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Annie C. Waters.|
|LC Classifications||F332.E7 W37 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||669 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||669|
|LC Control Number||83050664|
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History of Escambia County, Alabama was designated the official history of the county by the Escambia County Commission in About the Author: Annie Crook Waters was a fifth generation native of Escambia County, Alabama; two sets of her ancestors arrived in Escambia County in the days of the Mississippi Territory.5/5(1).
Preface --Formation History of Escambia County Escambia county --How Murder Creek received its name --The Creek Indians of Escambia county, Alabama --The battle of Burnt Corn --A documentary history of Fort Crawford and the Joel Crawford family --Early transportation --The Great Rebellion --Period of Reconstruction --Early communities --Cities and incorporated towns --Escambia county History of Escambia County --The yellow fever.
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Formation of Escambia County --How Murder Creek received its name --The Creek Indians of Escambia County, Alabama --The Battle of Burnt Corn --A documentary history of Fort Crawford and the Joel Crawford family --Early transportation --The Great.
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History of Escambia County, Alabama by Annie C. Waters; 1 edition; Subjects: Genealogy, History; Places: Escambia County (Ala.). History of Escambia County Alabama. Journal by green I am looking for anyone who may have access to the book by Annie C Waters 'History of Escambia County Alabama'.
Specifically, I am requesting copies of the pages pertaining to the Weaver Family--John Weaver and Maria Price Weaver. This would be much appreciated. Provided by Alabama Maps Escambia County was created by the Alabama legislature on Dec.
10, from parts of Baldwin and Conecuh counties. The word "Escambia" is believed to come from the Choctaw Indian language, meaning "cane-brake" or "reed-brake.". Escambia County (Alabama) History has 1, members. This group is an unofficial wing of the Escambia County Historical Society, Brewton, Alabama.
If you. county history Escambia County was created by the Alabama legislature on 10 December from parts of Baldwin and Conecuh Counties. The word "Escambia" is believed to come from the Choctaw Indian language, meaning "cane-brake" or "reed-brake.".
Escambia County was organized and established after the American Civil War, on Decem during the Reconstruction era. The state legislature created it from parts of Baldwin and Conecuh counties, to the west and north, respectively. The county is subject to heavy winds and rains due to seasonal ssional district: 1st.
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A photo history book of Escambia County, Alabama, with great explanatory captions. You'll see photos never before published and marvel at the history that's taken place from one end of the county. Escambia County Alabama Escambia County was organized and established after the American Civil War, on Decem during the Reconstruction era.
The state legislature created it from parts of Baldwin and Conecuh counties, to the west and north, respectively. The area was part of. It is bounded on the west by Baldwin County; on the north by Monroe and Conecuh Counties; on the east by Covington County; and on the south by the State of Florida.
Escambia county is drained by the Conecuh river and its tributaries, which flow south or southwest into the Gulf of Mexico. Escambia County, Alabama Genealogy and Family History (Linkpendium) FamilySearch Catalog – The FamilySearch catalog contains descriptions and access information for all genealogical materials (including books, online materials, microfilm, microfiche, and publications) in their collection.
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Escambia County book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Escambia, which means land of clear water, was carved out of Conecuh and 4/5(2). Oh, also if you haven't seen the info, you should find a copy of History of Escambia County, Alabama by Annie C.
Waters. Both of our Jernigan lines are discussed in that book. Also check out Headstones and Heritages - Cemeteries of Escambia County, Alabama. Escambia County was created on Dec. 10from parts of Baldwin County and Connech County.
This particular county was named for the word "Escambia" is believed to come from the Choctaw Indian language, meaning "cane-brake" or "reed-brake.".ESCAMBIA COUNTY HISTORY Book A, Jun Lygia Cutts: The Battle of The Escambia County Seat: Aug (American Legion Post - Atmore Escambia Co., AL) Sep Ronald D.
Bridges: Register of Licensed Practioners of Medicine: Jun It was founded in to chronicle life in Escambia County, Alabama. The museum includes items fyear-old fossils, to a fireside popcorn popper and a display of cameras.
Notable people [ edit ]County: Escambia.