Conecuh County, Alabama

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Lookup Volunteers
Sandra D. Johnson
Sandra has volunteered to do lookups from "Conecuh County Headstone, Vol. III - Records from Graves of Black Citizens of Conecuh Co., AL"
Laurie Blackshear
 I need to see the following subject line for all lookups:

Lookup - Conecuh, AL

I have a copy of 'History of Escambia County, Alabama' by Annie C. Waters. Since Escambia was formed from part of Conecuh, I would be happy to do look-ups. Just let me know!
Kay Anderson
Monroe & Conecuh County , Alabama Marriages  1833-1880
 Art Green
Art has volunteered to do military lookups in the book he has written entitiled "Southerners At War".  His grandfather served in the 38th Alabama Infantry CSA. Captain E. W. Martin's Co. E which consisted of men from Conecuh
County.  "Southerners at War" was published in 1999 and contains the history of the regiment and the service records of all 1498 men associated with the 38th. The book is available at local books stores. These proud men left Mobile in 1863 with over 800 soldiers and surrendered with only 70 left.
After spending a year in Mobile they fought at Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Rocky Face,  Dalton, Resaca, Cassville, Atlanta, Franklin Tennessee and Nashville and finally ended the war at Spanish Fort near Mobile. The roster is posted at: Conecuh Archives

He is also working on "Too Little, Too Late" about the 
 2nd Alabama Reserves/63rd Alabama Infantry and will answer questions on this group also.

Lois Danley
1850, 1860, 1880  Conecuh census lookups
(Please make sure to place the county name and census year in the subject line or your email might not get opened !)
Clynn Lee
Will do lookups in the following books:

1.  Conecuh Headstones Volume I & II

2.  Early Settlers Along the Old Federal Road in Monroe & Conecuh Counties Alabama, by Mary E.    Brantley

3.  The Heritage of Conecuh County, Alabama published 2002

4.  The Early History of what is known as the Evergreen beat, by Young M. Rabb

5.  People and Places of Conecuh County Alabama 1816-1860, published by The Conecuh County Historical Society.