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Greene County Genealogy




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Greene County Alabama History and Profile:

Greene County is the least populous county in the U.S. state of Alabama. Its name is in honor of Revolutionary War General Nathanael Greene of Rhode Island. As of 2000 the population was 9,974. Its county seat is Eutaw.

Greene County is part of the Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Greene County was established on December 13, 1819.

Source: Wikipedia.

Cities and Towns of Greene County, Alabama:

* Boligee
* Crawford Fork
* Eutaw
* Forkland
* Union

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Greene County Government

James C. Poole Jr. Memorial Library
219 Prairie Avenue
Eutaw, AL 35462

Greene County Historic Places

David Rinehart Anthony House
Boligee Hill
Gustave Braune House
Capt. Nathan Carpenter House
Samuel W. Cockrell House
John Coleman House
Coleman-Banks House
Attoway R. Davis Home
John W. Elliott House
First Presbyterian Church
Glenville
Rev. John H. Gray House
Greene County Courthouse
Greene County Courthouse Square District
Benjamin D. Gullett House
Stephen Fowler Hale House
William C. Jones House
Kirkwood
Dr. Willis Meriwether House
Samuel R. Murphy House
William Perkins House
William F. Pierce House
Littleberry Pippen House
Edwin Reese House
William A. Rogers House
Rosemount
St. John’s-In-The-Prairie
Phillip Schoppert House
Thornhill
Iredell P. Vaughan House
William Peter Webb House
Asa White House
William B. Wills House
Catlin Wilson House
Daniel R. Wright House

Greene County Genealogy Resources

Greene County Alabama GenWeb Project Site

Greene County Alabama GenWeb Archives

Greene County Genealogy page at KindredTrails

Black Belt African American Genealogical & Historical Society
Covering the Counties of Alabama’s Black Belt Region–Bullock, Choctaw, Dallas, Greene, Hale, Lowndes, Macon, Marengo, Perry, Pickens, Sumter and Wilcox

Vital Records

If you are outside the state of Alabama and are looking to request copies of vital records you must contact the statewide office of vital records:

Alabama Vital Records
P.O. Box 5625
Montgomery, AL 36103-5625
(334) 206-5418
Fax: (334) 262-9563

You can also call (334) 206-5418

There were no birth certificates prior to 1908, some counties may have recorded births in a ledger however. One way to search this centrally is by contacting:

Department of Archives and History
624 Washington Ave
Montgomery, AL 36130
(334) 242-4363

Birth and Death Records have been recorded in Alabama since 1908, Marriage Records since August 1936 and Divorces since 1950.

Census

1850 Federal Census Index and Transcription

Tax Records

Cemeteries

USGS listing of Cemeteries in Greene County

Greene County Cemetery Transcriptions
Cemetery Transcriptions (Although both are usgenweb this seems a slightly different listing.)

Query Forums

Genealogy Forums can be a great way to find other people that are researching the same ancestors as you are. Even if they may be not be researching the same direct line but related lines you may find information that is useful in your own research. Make sure to verify any other research that you add to your own research and try to document it well. If asking questions in genealogy forums it is good to provide as much information as possible and in the subject of the posting try to give name and a date or range of dates to help make your query more likely to be found. Posts with titles like “looking for family” or “help!” are too generic and something along the lines of “John Smith b. abt 1828 md. Hannah Jones” would be more helpful to get your post read by those that are interested in the John Smith/Hannah Jones family.

Greene County, AL at
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