Tuscaloosa County

Books regarding Tuscaloosa County are found on shelves forty-eight and forty-nine. Each book is listed by title, author, and date of publication.

  1. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Records Volume 1, 1837 Tax List and Probate Records; Maggie Hubbard Sudduth; 1988.
  2. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Records, Volume 2 1887-1891 Tuscaloosa Times Excerpts by Maggie Hubbard Sudduth; 1988.
  3. Federal Census for 1850 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; Maggie Hubbard Sudduth; 1985.
  4. Federal Census for 1860 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama (two copies); Maggie Hubbard Sudduth; 1986.
  5. Federal Census for 1880 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Volume I; Morning Group Tuscaloosa Genealogical Society; 1989.
  6. Federal Census for 1880 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Volume II; compiled by Morning Group Tuscaloosa Genealogical Society; 1989.
  7. Federal Census for 1880 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Volume III; compiled by Morning GROUP Tuscaloosa Genealogical Society; 1989.
  8. Federal Census for 1890 Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Volume II; compiled by Morning Group Tuscaloosa Genealogical Society 1989.
  9. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Federal Census for 1900 that includes Precincts or Beats– McDuff 28; Mullinax 25; Windham Springs 1; New Lexington 2; Marcumville 4; Moores’s Bridge 3; Reese 24; Ackers 5; Hassells 6; Cowdens 7; Mitchells 8; Crossland 20, Hughes 9; Northport 10—complied by Maggie Hubbard Sudduth 1999.
  10. History of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Volume I; Alton B. Lambert; 1977.
  11. History of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Volume II; Alton Lambert, 1978.
  12. History of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, Volume Three; Alton Lambert; 1979.
  13. History of Tuscaloosa County Alabama, Volume Four; Alton Lambert; 1985.
  14. Old Tuscaloosa Land Office Records & Military Warrants 1821-1855; Marilyn Davis Barefield; 1984.
  15. Echola Echos, The History of Echola, Tuscaloosa, County, Alabama; Jerry French, Gail House, and Lynda R. Pate.
  16. Old Echola School—The Second Reunion of Echola School Students and Teachers, March 26, 1988.
  17. Wiley, Alabama, One Man’s Dream; Billie Thomson Lockard; 1989.
  18. The Heritage of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; Heritage Consultants; 1999.
  19. Moore’s Bridge, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1825-1990 Volume I—Land, church, cemetery, census, and miscellaneous records; Maggie Hubbard Sudduth; 1990.
  20. Moore’s Bridge Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1825-1990 Volume II Family Records—Brazeal, Gilliland, Guin, Homan, James, Moore, Pickard, and allied lines; Maggie Hubbard Sudduth;1990.
  21. Moore’s Bridge, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1825-1996 Volume III, Part 1, Page 1-194—Family Records of Mayfield,  Pugh, Strickland, Sudduth, Sullivan; compiled by Maggie Hubbard Sudduth; 1996.
  22. Moore’s Bridge, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1825-1996 Volume III, Part 2, Page 195-index—Family Records of Mayfield,  Pugh, Strickland, Sudduth, Sullivan; compiled by Maggie Hubbard Sudduth; 1996.
  23. The History of Duncanville, Alabama 1898-1990; Barbara A. Landers; 1990.
  24. West Alabama Region Land Development Plan; West Alabama Planning and Development Council; 1977.
  25. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama 1991 Membership Directory and Buyer’s Guide; 1991.
  26. Dedication of Tuscaloosa County Courthouse; 1964.
  27. Romulus—Historical and Genealogical Gleanings Concerning the Community of Romulus, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; Shandry C. Dorroh; 1988.
  28. Catch the Spirit, 1993 Program of Work; West Alabama Chamber of Commerce.
  29. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; The Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama; 1989.
  30. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama; 1990.
  31. Alabama Catch the Spirit; the Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama; 1992.
  32. Alabama Catch the Spirit, Tuscaloosa County; Chamber of Commerce of West Alabama; 1993.
  33. Alabama West, 100 yeas of Women at the Capstone; West Alabama Chamber of Commerce; 1993.
  34. Tuscaloosa Alabama; Tuscaloosa County Industrial development Authority; date of publication not given.
  35. Turning Point, The Magazine for Newcomers; 1990.
  36. Black Warrior Review, Spring/Summer 1993.
  37. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; A Chamber Directory, Buyers Guide and Newcomer’s Handbook; date of publication not given.
  38. CNB The Bank of Personal Service, Welcome to Tuscaloosa County; 1973.
  39. 1818 A Tierce Comes to Tuscaloosa, A History of the Tierce family in the United States of American from 1764-2005; Memnon Tierce, Frances Wilson Tierce & Memnon Tierce, II; 1997.
  40. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1821-1855 Will Book and Wills in Deed Books; Maggie Hubbard Sudduth 1997
  41. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama 1855-1867 Will Book 3 and Wills in Deed Books; Maggie Hubbard Sudduth 1997.
  42. Tuscaloosa County, Alabama October 21, 1867-January 15, 1898 Will Book 4 Abstracts and Genealogical information.
  43. Land Atlas and Plat Book for Tuscaloosa County, Alabama; Rockford Map Publishers, Inc.; 1986.
  44. Tuscaloosa County Alabama Records Volume 2, 1887-1891 Tuscaloosa Times; Maggie Hubbard Sudduth; 1988.
  45. Marriage Records of Tuscaloosa County Alabama 1823-1860; Pauline Jones Gandrud.
  46. Mineral Resources of Tuscaloosa County Alabama Map 185; Geological Survey of Alabama; 1978.
  47. Family Maps of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama with homesteads, roads, waterways, towns cemeteries, railroads and more; Gregory A. Boyd J.D.; 2006.
  48. Spanning the Black Warrior River-Seven Bridges Between Tuscaloosa and Northport, Alabama; Kenneth D. Wells; date of publication not given.
  49. Past Horizons—Tuscaloosa, Northport, and the University of Alabama; Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society; 1978.
  50. Tuscaloosa County Telephone Directory for 1979 (features Shirley Place on front cover).