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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew, Josiah
Askew, Josiah
Estate Papers 
 
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Askew-Gerald Marriage
Askew-Gerald Marriage
 
 
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Askew-Reid Marriage
Askew-Reid Marriage
 
 
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Augusta Beall (1795-1851)
Augusta Beall (1795-1851)
 
 
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Bailey, Peggy
Bailey, Peggy
Military Land Bounty Warrants, 22nd Congress (1832) 
 
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Baker County, Alabama (1870)
Baker County, Alabama (1870)
G.W. Colton, Alabama, from Colton's General Atlas (New York: G.W. and C.B. Colton, 1870) 
 
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Baldwin and Monroe Counties, Alabama (1829)
Baldwin and Monroe Counties, Alabama (1829)
Philadelphia: A. Finley 1829 
 
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Baldwin County, Alabama (1825)
Baldwin County, Alabama (1825)
Philadelphia: H.S. Tanner, 1825 
 
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Barlow-McDavid Marriage
Barlow-McDavid Marriage
 
 
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Barnett Riesto Death Certificate
Barnett Riesto Death Certificate
 
 
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Barnwell, Emma Freeman
Barnwell, Emma Freeman
Dawes Enrollment Card 
 
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Barnwell, Joseph Mingo
Barnwell, Joseph Mingo
Dawes Enrollment Card 
 
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Battle of Crécy
Battle of Crécy
At Crécy, Edward III and his long-bowmen earned a signal victory over a numerically superior French force. Edward had the advantage of the high ground; moreover, the ground before him was terraced, a feature that forced the French cavalry to mass on Edward's right where his son was in command. Denied the ability to manuever, the numbers became a liability for the French. "[T]he majority were crushed to death," according to Geoffrey le Baker. The slaughter among the nobility was so great that Philip VI's ability to govern was materially impaired. English influence on the continent experienced a revival. 
 
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Battle of Lewes
Battle of Lewes
In the Second Barons' War, the Battle of Lewes was the high water mark in the career of Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester. Leicester had become the focus of reform of royal power since the adoption of the Provisions of Oxford in 1258 and power seesawed between court and country during the years that followed. At Lewes, Leicester's smaller force was able to defeat Henry when Prince Edward chased a contingent of Leicester's force from the field, exposing his father's flank. The royals were bagged and Henry was reduced to Simon's cipher, at least until the wheel turned at Evesham. 
 
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Battle of Poitiers
Battle of Poitiers
At the Battle of Poitiers, the isolated and outnumbered army of the Prince of Wales defeated King John II. As at Crécy, the Anglo-Gascon force made good, defensive use of the field by occupying high ground that was broken to their front and offered security to the flanks and rear. Unlike Crécy, John was able to bring up his army in good order. As attrition began to tell for the French, Wales turned their flank with a desperate and wholly unexpected cavalry charge. John and his son Philip were captured on the field. 
 
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Bayne, Charles Elias
Bayne, Charles Elias
Obituary 
 
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Bayne, Eleanor Smith
Bayne, Eleanor Smith
Obituary 
 
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Bell-Singer Marriage
Bell-Singer Marriage
 
 
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Belle Drewry Dickinson
Belle Drewry Dickinson
CSA Widow's Questionnaire  
 
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Benjamin C Scott
Benjamin C Scott
Last Will and Testament 
 
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Biggs, Elizabeth Hollinger
Biggs, Elizabeth Hollinger
NARA M1104. Eastern Cherokee Applications of the U.S. Court of Claims, 1906-1909, Application #3376. 
 
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Biggs, Elizabeth Hollinger
Biggs, Elizabeth Hollinger
NARA M1104. Eastern Cherokee Applications of the U.S. Court of Claims, 1906-1909, Application #3376. 
 
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Biggs, Elizabeth Hollinger
Biggs, Elizabeth Hollinger
NARA M1104. Eastern Cherokee Applications of the U.S. Court of Claims, 1906-1909, Application #3376. 
 
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Binford, Jessie
Binford, Jessie
Texas Death Certficate 
 
136
Birth Announcement for Robert Leven Luckett
Birth Announcement for Robert Leven Luckett
The Town Talk, 16 Jun 1932, Thu, Page 2 
 
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Blake-Adair Marriage
Blake-Adair Marriage
Alabama, County Marriages, 1805-1967 
 
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Blanton Bible Marriages
Blanton Bible Marriages
 
 
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Blanton, Charles Benjamin
Blanton, Charles Benjamin
Obituary 
 
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Bolton, John Lowell
Bolton, John Lowell
New York Times
11 Sept 1927 
 
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Bolton-Dupree Marriage
Bolton-Dupree Marriage
 
 
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Bolton-Perdue Marriage
Bolton-Perdue Marriage
 
 
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Booker, Charlie and Mary Jane Hightower
Booker, Charlie and Mary Jane Hightower
 
 
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Boone, Elijah and Vicey Hathcock
Boone, Elijah and Vicey Hathcock
Marriage License 
 
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Boone, Levitia Hathcock
Boone, Levitia Hathcock
 
 
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Boone, Levitia Hathcock
Boone, Levitia Hathcock
NARA M1104. Eastern Cherokee Applications of the U.S. Court of Claims, 1906-1909 
 
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Boone, Levitia Hathcock
Boone, Levitia Hathcock
NARA M1104. Eastern Cherokee Applications of the U.S. Court of Claims, 1906-1909 
 
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Boone, Levitia Hathcock
Boone, Levitia Hathcock
NARA M1104. Eastern Cherokee Applications of the U.S. Court of Claims, 1906-1909 
 
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Booth-Atkinson Marraige
Booth-Atkinson Marraige
 
 
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Bouchard IV Montmorency Family
Bouchard IV Montmorency Family
Joseph L. Desormeaux, Histoire de la Maison de Montmorenci,(Paris: 1764) vol. 1 
 

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