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Montgomery County Look-ups
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What's a Look-up?

The idea is the owners of printed material or those with access to various records, volunteer to look up a surname in the book or records they own or have access to. Unfortunately, this may not be fair to the author(s) of the books who have devoted a lot of time and energy to publish. It is NOT our desire to violate anyone's copyright, or deprive them of the means of making a profit from their endeavors. For this reason, USGenWeb has established the following policy on lookups:

USGenWeb Project's Official Policy on Lookups

USGenWeb will not tolerate any copyright violations. Lookup requests should be limited to one name, or perhaps two if it is a married couple. Information given will be minimal, for example if it is a cemetery lookup, the information will be the name of the cemetery and the dates on the headstone. Please do not ask for hardcopies to be mailed; the volunteers have been asked not to comply with such requests.

Our lookups will extend to searching the book to determine if the book would be helpful to you in your research. Should the book prove useful, we can provide the authors address and ordering information.

The USGenWeb Project will endeavor to get a WRITTEN statement from each copyright holder which stipulates which books may be used for lookups.

Having said that, please feel free to request a look-up directly from the following resources. Please limit your request to one name per request. Please put MONTGOMERY COUNTY AL LOOKUP in the subject line of your request to insure the message is not overlooked or accidentally deleted. In the first line of the message please put the name of the book from which you are requesting the lookup.

If you request a lookup, don't forget to thank your volunteer for their time.

IF YOU HAVE ANY SORT OF SPAM BLOCKER FOR YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS, THE RESEARCHER BELOW CANNOT RESPOND IF YOU DO NOT ADD THEM TO YOUR ACCEPTED LIST. PLEASE ADD THEM BEFORE SENDING AN INQUIRY. THANK YOU.

 

Census Records

Reference Book Volunteer / E-mail
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Montgomery County Histories, Atlases, etc

Reference Book Volunteer / E-mail
Recollections of the early settlers of Montgomery County and their families. [Montgomery, Ala. : Society of Pioneers of Montgomery, 1961] 157 pages. Reprint. Originally published: Montgomery, Ala. : Excelsior Print. Co., 1892. Includes index. Author: W. G. Robertson Elsa Vorwerk
City directory and history of Montgomery, Alabama with a summary of events in that history, calendarically arranged, besides other valuable and useful information, by Messrs. Beale & Phelan ; assisted by M. P. Blue. Montgomery, Ala. : T.C. Bingham & Co., printers and binders, 1878. 207 p. : ill. Series title: Genealogy & local history ; LH8555. 4004662174 Authhor: Jesse Beale  
A History of Montgomery in pictures [Montgomery, Ala.] : [1965?] 159 pages. Series title: Genealogy & local history ; LH9507. 4005697460 Author: Society of Pioneers of Montgomery  

If you know of any other Montgomery County publications, please let me know even if you can't do lookups.

Cemetery Records

Cemetery Volunteer / E-mail
Bethlehem Cemetery, south Montgomery County. located very close to Sellers, Al Peggy Bedsole
Sentell Cemetery Records Helen Carter
Alabama Cemeteries by Donna J. Booth - this book is about the stories and local legends surrounding certain grave markers. Helen Carter
I am willing to go to cemeteries in and close to Montgomery to take pictures of headstones.  I would also offer to go into the cemetery offices and collect information.  This would be for anyone willing to reimburse me for gas money, meters, or other expenses.  I have a digital camera and could email the pictures directly to the person requesting the pictures.  If the person requesting the pictures would like regular photos, then I would also need the cost of the film, developing, and mailing those photos to them. Thank you. Cheryl Bateman

Church Records

Church Volunteer / E-mail
Volume 1 of the Ebenezer Church, February 6,1838 until December 3, 1859 Helen Carter

Marriage Records

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State of Alabama, Montgomery County, 
Marriage Books, A - E, 1817-1850
Carolyn Golowka

 Miscellaneous Montgomery County Records

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Miscellaneous Alabama Newspaper Abstracts--Vol 1 compiled by Michael Kelsey, Nancy Graff Kelsy, Ginny Guinn Parson published by Heritage Books, Inc.   Abstracts consist of marriages, deaths, legal and slave notices, advertisements and large list of names of unclaimed letters in local post offices. Within the index is included a Slave Name Index. Dates are between 1823 and 1869.

Carolyn Golowka

If you own any Montgomery County Alabama books, whether listed or not, or have access to public records and will do look-ups, please let me know. As you can see, volunteers are needed. 

 Will and Estate Records

Reference Book Volunteer/E-mail
State of Alabama, Montgomery County, 
Will Books, 1822 - 1854
Carolyn Golowka or Helen Carter

If you own any Montgomery County Alabama books, whether listed or not, or have access to public records and will do look-ups, please let me know. As you can see, volunteers are needed. 

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I do not live in Alabama so I am unable to help with your personal research questions. All the information I know about Montgomery County is posted promptly on this site. Please visit the "Research Resources" section of this site. I would suggest that if you don't find the information your looking for here, that you join the email list and post your question on the query board. The more places you ask the question, the better your chances of getting an answer.

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