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The Spanish and French explorers were among the first white men to settled in the area as early as ca 1700.   The first community founded was Mobile in 1702 and settled by the French, who governed the area fom 1710 to 1763 when England gained control of the Area, which was made up of settlers from South Carolina, Georgia, as well as England, France, and Spain.   After the American forces captured Mobile from the Spanish and defeated the Creek Indians, during the war of 1812, it led to the removal of the Creeks and other Indian tribes and opened the area for settlement.   Alabama was originally formed in 1817, with seven counties.   On December 14, 1819 Alabama became the 22 state.   Montgomery became the capitol of Alabama in the year 1846.   Alabama ceded from the Union in 1861 and was readmitted to the Union in 1868.

Note: Early Totty Roots  records of Alabama are few, primarily marriage records.

Totty Roots Counties of Alabama

Chambers    New Nov 9, 2000 Records
Elmore      updated Sept 2, 2000 Records
Escambia  Records
Henry      New 11-12-2000 Records
Tallapoosa   updated Nov 9, 2000 Records

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