If you have published a book relating to Lauderdale County, Alabama, and would like to have it listed here, please contact me. Pat M. Mahan
FAMILY TREE PRESS
P. O. Box 602
Lawrenceburg, TN 38464
FRIENDS OF THE ROGERSVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
P. O. Box 190
Rogersville, AL 35652
Contact: Rogersville Public Library
MARGARET MATTHEWS COWART
7801 Tea Garden Rd. SE
Huntsville, AL 35802
Old Land Records of Lauderdale County, Alabama
[NOTE: This book, which is divided into township and range, is a comparison of the Lauderdale County AL Tract Book, the State Tract Book, and those of the Bureau of Land Management. Soft cover, 393 pages including an every name index.]
110 Hewitt Street
Huntsville, AL 35816
An Alabama Rose Garden
The Rose family of Lauderdale and Limestone Counties, AL.
Books by William Lindsey McDonald
A Walk Through The Past
Lore of the River
Civil War Tales of the Tennessee Valley
Paths in the Briar Patch
17501 Hwy 72
Rogersville, AL 35652
The Thomas Favors Tree with Twigs and other Branches The descendants of James Thomas Favors, called "Thomas," (1833, VA - 29 Jun 1890, Giles Co TN). An additional feature of this book is the inclusion of many pictures. This book is 246 pages, softbound, with an every name index.
Cole Connections. Descendants of Samuel Cole and his first wife, Nancy Cottrell are presented in this book. It has an every name index, and many pictures. Among the pictures is the bible record of William Cole.
Waterloo High School. Waterloo High School back as far as any info could be found, into the 1800's? This book also contains some Waterloo history. Every class that has ever graduated there is in it with info on whether they are deceased, their spouses, occupation, and children's names. There are over 300 pictures in it. It is a black and white 8X11 book with 288 pages, fully indexed.
History of Elgin Crossroads & Nearbys.
This is a community History of Kingtown, Mitchell Town, Whitehead, Toonersville, Thornton Town, Pleasant Valley and Elgin Crossroads. There are many family history's and lots of pictures. It has 606 pages including the index.
A History of St. Florian Area Families, pub: Sep 2007, soft bound using Comb binding, abt. 230 pages, B&W, includes "every name" index, does not include source details.The community of St. Florian, in Lauderdale County, Alabama, was founded in 1873 by German Catholic immigrants. These families, most of whom had earlier immigrated to the U.S. northeastern and midwestern states, moved to this area for various reasons, including cheap land. The area was formerly part of the Wilson cotton plantation. After the U.S. Civil War, the operation of such large farms was not profitable and the land was sold. This book concentrates on the history of the families who were in the area after 1872. The book covers the time period from about 1700 to 1925. It includes numerous photographs.
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