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Barbour County was created on 18 Dec. 1832, from former Creek Indian territory and a portion of Pike County. This particular county was named in honor of James Barbour (1775–1842), a distinguished statesman and governor of Virginia..
The Barbour County Seat established in Louisville in 1833, moved to Clayton in 1834. Today Barbour County contains two courthouses - one in Clayton and one in Eufaula. In addition the county government website is unknown
Locations adjacent Barbour County happen to be Russell County (northeast), Quitman County, Georgia (east), Stewart County, Georgia (east), Clay County, Georgia (southeast), Henry County (south), Dale County (south), Pike County (west), Bullock County (northwest)
Cities and towns found in Barbour County consist of Bakerhill, Batesville, Blue Springs, Clayton, Clio, Comer, Eufaula, Elamville, Louisville, Mount Andrews, Springhill.
Barbour County vital records can be found at the Alabama Department of Public Health which has Birth And Death Records from 1908, Marriages from 1936 and Divorce Records from 1950. Please refer to the information to the Statewide Vital Records in Alabama for current fees and application process.
You can search online for Barbour County Birth, Marriage, Divorce or Death Records. You can also order Order Electronically Online or you can download an application for Birth, Marriage, Divorce or Death Certificates to mail.
Barbour County includes Federal Census Schedules to assist in looking into your family tree. Government Population Schedules can be found for 1840, 1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 (free index), 1890 (fragment), 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930, 1940.
Barbour Co. Slave Schedules can be obtained for 1850 & 1860. Barbour Co. Mortality Schedules can be found for 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880. Barbour Co. Industry and Agriculture Schedules can be obtained for 1850, 1860, 1870 and 1880. Barbour Co. Union Veterans Schedules can be obtained for 1890. You can find free down-loadable and also printable census forms that can help with your research.
A list of Barbour County Historical and Genealogical Societies, Forums, Message Boards, Libraries, Archives. See Also Alabama Archives, Genealogical and Historical Societies for statewide Addresses and links.
Genealogist often overlook the significance of Barbour County court, probate, and land documents as a source of genealogy and family history details.
Buried away in Alabama courthouses and archives just about everywhere are often the hopes and dreams and frustrations of countless Alabama people.
The odds are excellent that your ancestors and forefathers have left a in-depth record of at least several aspects of their lives in the Barbour County court records.
Even if your forebears is not discussed in a Court case, take into consideration all of the other methods which could have lead to him or her appearing in court records.
The Barbour County Courthouse in Clayton was built in the 1960s to replace the original, which was built in 1854. Barbour County established a second county court in Eufaula with Act No. 102 in 1879.
The following are web links to Genealogy and family history, Records and Resources relevant to Barbour County.