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MIDDLETON FAMILY IN ALABAMA
        The chase is on for finding the ancestors of the five Middleton brothers that came from Marion County, South Carolina to Monroe County, Alabama, in the 1820-30's. Links to fellow researchers along with transcriptions of primary documents can be found here.
ADAH Surname File -- Middletons' listed

Middleton Cemetery, Monroe County, Alabama - (pictures effect loading time)

Middleton Tavern and other surrounding sites - maps from cousin Max Middleton.
             Map & topographical map

Middletons listed in ADAH microfilm Confederate Service Cards

Middletons listed in ADAH microfilm Surname files

James M. Middleton, M.D.,  b. 2 Sept. 1866, son of John G. and Eliza (Fore) Middleton
            Biography No. 1          Biography No. 2

John G. Middleton - Claim before U. S. Southern Claims Commission

John G. Middleton - Declaration acknowledging children

Recollections of John M. Middleton, Soldier in Company G, 36th Alabama
    - by his daughter Susan Catherine Middleton Easley

Confederate Middletons listed in National Archives

Middletons in Alabama Regiments from the Roster of Confederate Soldiers

The Middleton Travels Home Page

Middleton Family Genealogy Forum

Middleton Home Page - includes Census information

Monroe County GenWeb - includes links to Census lists and lots more. Read and contribute!

Monroe Journal - Searching for Monroe County Ancestors

       Muster Roll of Dailey's Home Guard Malitia of Monroe County, Alabama -- lists several Middleton's
1830 Monroe County Census
1840 Monroe County Census

1850 Monroe County Census

1854 Monroe County Tax List on Tracking your Roots by Lisa Franklin
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