Mary was married to William Riley Jones, who served in Company G of the 41st Alabama Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. In the letter John and Nancy thank Mary for her letter, ask for more news, and send their "love and respectes to all...
Mary was married to William Riley Jones, who served in Company G of the 41st Alabama Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. In the letter John sends news of family; describes the corn and cotton crops he has planted ("wee have had the finist...
Mrs. Jones, a widow in Frisco City, Alabama, explains that she has been cut off from the relief program and has no other way to support her family. Her sixteen-year-old son has been denied relief work because of his age, and her married children...
Smith served as an overseer on Willis P. Bocock's Waldwick Plantation in Marengo County, Alabama. The book records an inventory of the slaves, livestock, and equipment on the plantation; births and deaths among the slaves; time lost for sickness...
This bill, introduced by Boykin, deals with federal income tax in Alabama. It proposes that married people in the state filing joint tax returns should receive the same treatment as those in states with community property law.
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