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Uriah A. Barlow, Barlow's Mill? Mobile AL 1860's
Posted by: RUSSEL HESTER (ID *****6437) Date: May 08, 2010 at 15:12:50
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Looking for information about Uriah A. Barlow, a sawmill operator near Mobile Alabama during the Civil War. In the 1860 Census he was listed as a Saw-Miller with considerable taxable wealth. All his neighbors were timber cutters, turpentine getters, or turpentine distillers or wood merchants. I am interested in his milling operation, where it was located and what became of it during the war.

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