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Genealogy of
Lee, Merritt, Peevy, Lanier, Gipson, Gibson, Pierson, Young
and other ancestors.

This website is dedicated to the Lee, Merritt, Peevy, Gipson, Gibson, Young, Pierson, Lanier and other related families who helped pioneer the settlement of Butler, Clark, Conecuh, Covington and other counties in Southern Alabama. These families were related in some fashion to GreenBerry Lee and Eli Lee who settled in and around old Westover, Covington Co., AL.


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Surname Pages
Click on a surname below to go to their family genealogy page.

   LEE Family Pages

MERRITT Family Pages

PEAVY/PEEVY Family Pages

GIBSON/GIPSON Family Pages

LANIER Family pages

PIERSON Family Pages

YOUNG Family Pages


Cemeteries

Cemeteries of Conecuh, Butler and Covington Counties, Alabama


Land Records

Land Patentees from the 4 townships surrounding
McKenzie, AL. (with maps and Name Lists)


Unknown Pictures

Please help us indentify these Unknown Pictures

 


These are links to some very fine websites.

Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet
Lisa Franklin's Tracking Your Roots
South of the Road - Alabama South of the Old Federal Road
About Guide to Huntsville AL - Genealogy Section
Dav 'n' Pam's Useful Links
Sandra Taylor's Greenberry Lee E-Group
Sandra Taylor's Eley & Greenberry Lee Research Center
Sandra Taylor's Gateway to Lee Genealogy: Southern Branches
Berkeley County SCGenWeb Homepage (Mike and Bushy Hartman)


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This website last updated: July 2007

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