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Milford, Alabama, 1830's to 1850's: Where Was It ?
Posted by: JamesAlfred MillerJr (ID *****4907) Date: November 06, 2005 at 20:05:32
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Where was 1830's to 1850's, Milford, Alabama? Likely near Mobile, as My Thomas Malone, Sr. (buried Magnolia Cem., Mobile) and wife, Mrs. Mary S. Malone, lived and died there. It may have been the site of a lumber mill on a river ford crossing? James A Miller Jr, 4978 N Hampton Dr., Southport, N.C. 28461. P.S. In the early 1800's, Thomas Malone, Sr., had been US Land agent, asst Indian agent, and magistrate; Ft. St. Stephens, Ala.


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