Greene County, Alabama Books



Greene County and Mesopotamia Cemetery, 2007, by Kimberly R. Jacobson. The Greene County Historical Society may have some for sale.


Marriage records of Greene County, Alabama, 1823-1860: Being transcribed and indexed from the original marriage books, by Pauline Myra (Jones) Gandrud.

A Goodly Heritage, Memories of Greene County, by the Greene County Historical Society Lookups

Snedecor's Greene Co. Directory 1855 Reprint Lookups

The Seale family from the Northern Neck of Virginia to Greene County, Alabama, by Joyce Ellison Graf


EUTAW The Builders and Architecture of an Ante-Bellum Southern Town, 1979, by Clay Lancaster. This book has quite a bit of deed and deed transfer information as well as information about early dwellings in Greene County. The Greene County Historical Society may have some for sale.


Julia S. Tutwiler and Social Progress in Alabama by Anne Pannell. This biography traces the life of Julia Strudwick Tutwiler (1841-1916) from her childhood in Alabama through her pioneering accomplishments as a teacher, administrator, and humanitarian.


Julia Tutwiler: Alabama Crusader (Alabama Roots Biography Series) by Roz Morris


Alabama Records by Pauline Jones Gandrud

Cemetery Records of Greene Co, AL by Mrs. Mary Marshall, edited by O'Levia Neal Wilson Weise.


Greene County Alabama Records, compiled by Mrs. S. M. Marshall, edited by Elizabeth Wood Thomas.

Old St. Stephens Land Office Records by Marilyn D. Barefield (Greene Co. 1812+)

Old Cahaba Land Office Records by Marilyn D. Barefield (Greene Co. 1820+)

Old Tuskaloosa Land Office Records by Marilyn D. Barefield (Greene Co. 1822+)

Old Demopolis Land Office Records by Marilyn D. Barefield (Greene Co. 1834+ - Also has French Vine & Olive Colony records from 1821)

The Heritage of Greene County Alabama, published by Heritage Publishing Consultants, Clanton, AL


University of Alabama Cartographic Lab Publications

Alabama in the 1860s: Full color laminated wall map that features towns, principal roads and water bodies compiled from several map sources dating from the period. The map includes insets of the cities of Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, and Selma

Historical Atlas of Alabama Volume I: Historical Locations by County, 2nd Edition

Historical Atlas of Alabama Volume II: Cemetery Locations by County


The Alabama Historical Quarterly
Vol. 5, No. 4, Winter 1943


Alabama Heritage Magazine: Subscribe or order back issues.

The Greene County Library, Eutaw, by Emory Peebles Hildreth. . . . . 379

The Alabama Historical Quarterly was published from 1930 to 1982 by the Alabama Department of Archives and History (ADAH).


The Alabama Genealogical Register was published quarterly from 1959 to 1963.

Shelby County Museum & Archives
GRE 4488 Greene County Alabama Marriages; 1823-1860
GRE 4490 Goodly Heritage, Memories of Greene County, Greene County Historical Society


Gracie's Pride - the 43rd Alabama Infantry Volunteers.

By Arthur E. Green. Shippensburg, Penn.: Burd Street Press, 2001. xi, 495 pp. $45.00. ISBN 1-57249-241-4. These men followed Archibald Gracie to war. He was a New York born business man who became a Confederate Brigadier General. His home in New York is still the official Mayor's residence, "The Gracie Mansion". General Gracie was killed by enemy fire at Petersburg and is now buried in the family plot in NYC with no mention of his being a CSA General. The book contains a short history of the regiment. They fought at Kentucky, Chickamauga, Petersburg and finally surrendered with General Robert E. Lee at Appomattox Court House. If I can help do look ups or such let me know.   For look ups contact:  Arthur E. Green <>


Books by Alexander Barrett:

The Families of Greene County Alabama: Volume I:   A-E  

Alexander, Alford, Anderson, Archibald, Barnes, Bird, Bizzell, Blakely, Bouchellon, Brown, Burton, Cameron, Carpenter, Chamblee, Chiles, Cockrell, Coleman, Colvin, Cook, Cotton, Cox, Craig, Crawford, Crenshaw, Cross, Davis, Degraffenreid, Deville, Dew, Dunlap, Dunn, and Eatman.


The Families of Greene County Alabama: Volume II:   E-M 

Edwards, Ellis, Fulgham, Gandy, Gordon, Greenwood, Hall, Hamlet, Harkness, Harris, Harrison, Hays, Head, Hicks, Hill, Hinton, Hollingsworth, Hood, Horton, Hutton, Ingram, Jiles, Johnson, Jolly, Jones, Judge, King, Kirkland, Kirksey, Knott, Knox, Lavender, Lee, Lewis, Marriott, Maxwell, McAlpine, Meacham, Means, Meriwether, Montgomery, Morgan, and Murphy.


The Families of Greene County Alabama: Volume III:  O-W 

Oliver, Parham, Patton, Pickens, Pippin, Poole, Rice, Richardson, Riddle, Roberts, Rogers, Sanders, Scarbrough, Sears, Smith, Snoddy, Spencer, Steele, Stewart, Strait, Taylor, Thomas, Thompson, Underwood, Upchurch, Walker, Watson, Webb, White, Williams, Wills, Wilson, and Winston.


The Families of Greene County Alabama: Volume IV: 

Allen, Butler, Carter, Chambers, Childers, Clark, Collins, George, Gilmore, Gosa, Green, Hamilton, Hardy, Henderson, Jackson, Jordan, Kennedy, Kimbrough, Mack, McMillan, Mitchell, Morrow, Norwood, Patterson, Peebles, Plump, Powell, Price, Robertson, Robinson, Scott, Turner, Washington, Wilder, and Young.


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