Once back in the Union, Alabama drafted a new constitution that would undo many of the elements required for its reinstatement. Alabama's citizens would vote on it in 1875.
On 24 May 1918, Private William Thomas Graham of Watts, Arkansas was discharged from the National Army after serving for only five months.
I was digging around at Fold3 today and discovered a beautiful hand-drawn map of the Second Battle of Bull Run, also known as the Second Battle of Manassas to the rebel forces. My 3x great uncle John Henry Scott was wounded at this battle on the last day of fighting. I decided to add the…
Bennett Malone might have been related to Jesse Scott's wife Senia Malone. The Malones have been a total brick wall.
In 1850, Alabama was already threatening succession from the Union if they didn't get their way, which might have motivated them to conduct their own census.
There are three Scott families on this page. Or one. Depends on your perspective.
Today we're looking Jesse Scott in the 1840 United States Census.
Newman J. Albright and S. Elizabeth Scott were enumerated in the 1870 United States Census six months after their December 1869 marriage.
In 1869, disabled Civil War veteran Newman Albright married Miss Elizabeth Scott of Cleburne County, Alabama.
An in-depth look at the 1928 death certificate of Reuben Garrison Graham of Freestone County, Texas.