The USGenWeb Digital Library (Archives) offers actual transcriptions of public domain records. You will find copies of census records, marriage bonds, wills, and other public documents. The
Alabama files in the USGenWeb Archives are there because volunteers transcribed and submitted the data. Contact
Carolyn Golowka, the state Archivist,
Register to transcribe - volunteer to walk and record - a
cemetery in Alabama. The transcriptions are then stored in the USGenWeb Archives.
You can help out by going to your local
church or mortuary and getting a copy of their cemetery records. Partial
cemetery transcriptions are also welcome! Additional information on cemeteries being
transcribed can be found at the USGenWeb Tombstone Project home page.
African American Genealogy
You are invited to submit your family stories and histories to the
U.S. African American Griots. The purpose of this project is to
preserve the history of as many African-American families as possible.
Alabama Families on the Internet
Do you have an website featuring your Alabama genealogy? Consider listing it with our
Alabama Families registry.
Civil War Roots
War Roots strives to provide you with the information-tools to do your own in-depth research concerning the Civil War service of your Alabama ancestors, both Union and Confederate.