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St. Clair County, Alabama

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  • Sgt. John Shadrack Maddox, CSA (1835 - 1915)
    Enlisted in April, 1862, in Co D, 3rd Georgia Calvary; surrendered in Raleigh, NCMaddox, John S. BATTLE UNIT NAME: 3rd Regiment, Georgia Cavalry SIDE: Confederacy COMPANY: DSOLDIER'S RANK IN: Private S...
  • Pvt. (CSA), Enos Truss (1836 - 1875)
    Enos served as Private, Company A, 10th Regiment, Alabama Infantry in the Confederate States Army. He spent 21 months in a Federal Army (Union) prison camp. After the war, about 1868, he and his parent...
  • Captain Samuel Reed, I (aft.1749 - bef.1843)
    Military_service : Mobile, Alabama, United States - 04 Mar 1831** Reference: FamilySearch Genealogy - SmartCopy : Aug 18 2019, 15:56:17 UTC
  • John Robert Stewart (1832 - d.)
  • James Madison Zellner (1856 - d.)

Please add profiles of those who were born, lived or died in St. Clair County, Alabama.

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St. Clair County was established on November 20, 1818, by the Alabama Territory. Its name is in honor of General Arthur St. Clair, an officer in the French and Indian War.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

Acmar | Argo (part) | Ashville (County Seat) | Branchville | Cooks Springs | Cropwell | Hill #1 | Leeds (part) | Margaret | Moody | New London | Odenville | Pell City (County Seat) | Pinedale Shores | Prescott | Ragland | Riverside | St. Clair Springs | Sportsmen Lake | Springville | Steele | Trussville (part) | Vincent (part) | Wattsville | Whitney

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Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places