Montgomery County Research Resources

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Montgomery County, Alabama 

First White House of the Confederacy
Photo by Brian Risher, Oxford, MS

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Montgomery County Research Resources
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Montgomery Public Library City-County ALGenWeb Archives - Montgomery Co. Montgomery County Genealogical Society
Alabama Department of Archives and History Montgomery Co. History The Political Graveyard--famous Montgomery county folk and where they're buried Montgomery County Historical Society
Montgomery County, AL GenForum Montgomery Photographs 1880-1920 City Directories in the Alabama Dept. of Archives & History
Birmingham, Alabama Library The Montgomery Independent (newspaper online)
Montgomery County Archives
PO Box 223
Montgomery, AL 36101-0223
Southeastern Genealogy Online    

Alabama Vital Records Information

Birth and Death Records, 1908-1917
Marriage Records (Colored), 1865-1951
Marriage Records (White), 1817-1951
County Records

P.O. BOX 223

PHONE: (334) 832-1240
FAX: (334) 832-2588



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I do not live in Alabama so I am unable to help with your personal research questions. All the information I know about Montgomery County is posted promptly on this site. Please visit the "Research Resources" section of this site. I would suggest that if you don't find the information your looking for here, that you join the email list and post your question on the query board. The more places you ask the question, the better your chances of getting an answer.

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