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Talladega County Alabama History and Profile:

Talladega County is a county of the U.S. state of Alabama. Talladega is a Muscogee (Creek) Native American word derived from TVLVTEKE, which means “border town.” As of 2000, the population was 80,321. Its county seat is Talladega.

Prior to Euro-American settlement in what is today Talladega County it was the home of the Abihka tribe of the Creek Confederacy.

Talladega County was established on December 18, 1832, from land ceded by the Creek Indians near the state’s geographic center. The county seat was established at Talladega in 1834.

Talladega County is home to parts of Cheaha State Park, DeSoto Caverns, and the Talladega Superspeedway. Also, Alpine is famous for its location of the YMCA Camp Cosby site. It established in 1922.

Source: Wikipedia.

Cities and Towns of Talladega County, Alabama:

* Alpine
* Bon Air
* Childersburg (part of Childersburg is in Shelby County)
* Gantts Quarry
* Lincoln
* Mignon
* Munford
* Oak Grove
* Oxford (part of Oxford is in Calhoun County)
* Providence (northeast of Talladega)
* Sycamore
* Sylacauga
* Talladega
* Talladega Springs
* Vincent (part of Vincent is in Shelby County and in St. Clair County)
* Waldo

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Talladega County Government

Talladega County Government – Official Site

B. B. Comer Memorial Library
314 North Broadway Avenue
Sylacauga, AL 35150

Earle A. Rainwater Memorial Library
124 Ninth Avenue Sw
Childersburg, AL 35044

Lincoln Public Library
49 Complex Drive
Lincoln, AL 35096

Talladega Public Library
202 South St. E.
Talladega, AL 35160

Talladega County Historic Places

Benjamin H. Averiett House
William Averiett House
Boxwood
Charles Butler House
B. B. Corner Memorial Library
J.L.M. Curry House
Elston House
First Presbyterian Church
Goodwin-Hamilton House
Hightower Brothers Livery Stable
Idlewild
Jemison House Complex
Kymulga Mill And Covered Bridge
Lawler-Whiting House
Silk Stocking District
Swayne Hall
Sylacauga Historic Commercial District
Talladega College Historic District
Talladega Courthouse Square Historic District
Thornhill
William Watters House
Welch-Averiett House
Winterboro Stagecoach Inn

Talladega County Genealogy Resources

Talladega County Alabama ALGenWeb Project Site

Talladega County, Alabama USGenWeb archives

Talladega County Genealogy page at KindredTrails

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

1840 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census Index

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Barber Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Butt Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Chandler Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Duncan Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Kirksey Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Ledbetter Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Mayfield Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Minyard Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Moffatt Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Nelson Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Stockdale Surnames

1850 Federal Census Transcription – Thomas Surnames

1880 Federal Census Transcription – Grogan, Patterson surnames

Tax Records

Cemeteries

USGS listing of Cemeteries in Talladega County

Talladega 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.

Talladega County, AL at
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News Related to Talladega County, AL

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Former substitute nurse at Talladega County schools arrested on drug charges – AL.com


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Former substitute nurse at Talladega County schools arrested on drug charges
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Butler was interviewed and arrested by Talladega County Drug and Violent Crime Task Force agents after school officials reported problems with the drugs at the school. The Daily Home reported that the amphetamines are often used to treat attention
Talladega school nurse accused of taking students' medicationWTVM

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Talladega County school nurse accused of taking students’ medication – Alabama’s News Leader


Alabama’s News Leader
Talladega County school nurse accused of taking students' medication
Alabama’s News Leader
Talladega County schools superintendent Suzanne Lacey said Munford administrators found a breach in security and discovered someone tampered with some of the student medications. School officials contacted the county's Drug and Violent Crime Task …
Alabama school nurse charged with taking student's medicationWAAY

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Sex offender arrested in Talladega after allegedly stabbing police dog while … – AL.com


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Sex offender arrested in Talladega after allegedly stabbing police dog while
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A Talladega sex offender who stabbed a police dog while on the run from authorities was arrested Wednesday night. Frank Leonard Andrews, 48, was arrested at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, according to Talladega police. In 1997, Andrews was convicted in …
Man who allegedly stabbed police dog caughtAnniston Star
Police: Registered sex offender stabs K-9Alabama’s News Leader

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DNA evidence from blood links Talladega man to elementary school break-in … – AL.com


AL.com
DNA evidence from blood links Talladega man to elementary school break-in
AL.com
He was in the Talladega County Jail Monday night, with bond on the burglary charge set at $5,000 and no bond set on a probation violation. He's charged in connection with a break-in at Graham Elementary School on June 18, according to the report.




Man, 43, killed in Coosa County’s first homicide since 2010; 2 charged with murder – AL.com


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Man, 43, killed in Coosa County's first homicide since 2010; 2 charged with murder
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The State Bureau of Investigation and the Talladega County Drug Task Force assisted in the investigation. "I appreciate the immediate hard work provided by my team, the Talladega Drug Task Force and the State Bureau of Investigation in solving this …
2 from Talladega County charged with murderAnniston Star

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What’s next for Alabama’s auto industry? Plants ready new products, jobs – AL.com


AL.com
What's next for Alabama's auto industry? Plants ready new products, jobs
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Walk thru tour of the painting process at Hyundai auto assembly plant in Montgomery. The process takes 9 hours from prep to finished paint on every vehicle. Cindy Bender inspects the paint on a new Hyundai vehicle. (Joe Songer/jsonger@al.com).


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