P. B. POMEROY, Dealer
in Hides, Furs & Skins, 1846
Offers ready-made Gentlemen's Clothing
Blackman TEW Death,
Plantation for Sale or Rent, 1846
to Mobile listed, AL, April 7, 1846 Passengers from
Wetumpka, in Elmore County.
to Mobile listed, AL, April 3, 1846
There are LOTS of
names listed in here! I'm still in the process of indexing all the
names, so take a look at this list from pre-Civil War days. Many
descendants probably went west after the war.
Master of Steamboat New World, Bound for Cincinnati, 1846
Master of Steamboat Montezuma, Bound for New Orleans, AL,
CLOUDIS is Master of Steamboat Eureka, Bound for Columbus &
Aberdeen, AL, 1846 WARING
Vet CRAFT Dies at Mobile, 1912
Bessie ARTHUR Goes & Marries a Texan
Rights News, Selma, 1874: Not quite the usual story for the day.
Dewey SMITH Death, Birmingham, 1909: A freak accident.
& GARRETT Visit Memphis, TN, 1887
to tell Mr. FRANKLIN that the law only allows a man ONE wife! 1905
Slave Sam in Caroline Co., VA Jail, 1823
CAMPBELL Obituary, Montgomery, 1909
Intimidating a Negro, Montgomery, 1874
W. T. FARLEY
of Tuscumbia Visits Memphis, 1887
Attempt, Birmingham, 1885
MUNSON on a
Busman's Holiday, 1876
Death, Tuscumbia, 1885 Brakeman
dies in railway accident.
Birmingham, 1884 GAINES,
Obituary, Montgomery, 1910
WEBB & Mrs. GARRETT of Alabama Visit TN,
in Birmingham, Alabama - 1885
J. E. PHILLIPS of
Alabama is robbed in Cincinnati.
Shooting in Hale County, 1884
A Blount County
Bailey's Springs Summer Resort at Lauderdale! 1874
GRESHAM Dies in Texas, 1909