Welcome to Barbour County, Al.
2011 marks the 16th year of Barbour County!
I have had the pleasure of connecting with and helping Barbour
County researchers from the day this site was created. I want
to thank everyone who has helped and contributed to our site.
Without you this site would not be possible. Barbour County is
a beautiful place to live and visit. I look forward to the
years ahead and the growth of Barbour County. Margie Daniels
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We'll fight them, sir, 'til hell freezes over,
and then, sir, we will
fight them on the ice."
A Confederate soldier at Gettysburg
Maps added 12/31/2007
Many Barbour County citizens came from Georgia to Barbour County. I have
placed the Mt. Paran Primitive Baptist Church minutes online at
www.gloverfamily.com/mtparan/mtparan.htm I recognize many Barbour
residents as being in these minutes.
County Genealogy and Local History Group
Meets September thru May at the
Eufaula Carnegie Library,
217 N Eufaula Ave.
Eufaula AL 36027,
Where are these
I have no real
information, but I have a picture of two graves which my
grandfather, Counce Monroe Hancock, identified as the graves of his
grandparents, Josiah Hancock and Mary Goolsby Hancock. The graves
are in Barbour County, but he did not know the exact location and
was unable to travel there during his lifetime. I'm hoping to locate
them some way, and perhaps you can help me. Anna
Do you have any OLD news that is
before 1932 about the residents of Barbour County if so please send
it to me and I will add it to the site. Margie Daniels
Greetings! A few thoughts on
Barbour County. I have been hard pressed to "spruce up" the
website to java and shock wave. My decision is to keep this
site as simple as possible. Many people simply cannot afford
new computers and are operating on the old operating systems.
I want everyone to be able to access this site and not have to sit
forever to finally get a error page. So I will keep the
graphics as small as possible and pretty much keep to printed matter
and simple graphics/photos. This will allow everyone to
research this site with ease and hopefully the pages will load
quickly for everyone. Margie Daniels 1/7/2011
Ann Allen Geoghegan
ALGenWeb Assistant State Coordinator:
County Coordinator Margie Daniels
Some pages updated 10/2/2013. I don't always remember to add the dates
pages are revised or updated. I do add information as it becomes available
I have deep roots in Barbour County and will always have a deep rooted interest
in genealogy research and sharing that research with others. I cannot
research for others.
I transcribe records and also accept records others send to me to place on the
site. Good luck...Margie Glover Daniels