The Alabama Secretary of State website has free, searchable Alabama land records. Search options include searching by Name, Township/Range/Section, and Book. The site will search Alabama land records from 1800 to 1950.

“This system provides a convenient access to Alabama state lands records that have been recorded with the Secretary of State’s Lands and Trademarks Division.”

In addition, you can follow links and learn about:

Learn about Township and Range

Counties in Huntsville Meridian

Counties in St. Stephens Meridian

Counties in St. Stephens 31 Meridian

“On the above meridian maps, the portions of the counties in green are not included in the meridian.”

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These records may include:

  • Legal documents related to the land transaction
  • Date of the transaction
  • Full names and addresses of people or parties involved in the land transaction
  • The amount of money exchanged in the transaction
  • Supporting legal documents and details of the transaction, including immigration status
  • Names of witnesses
  • Signatures of parties to the transaction

 

 

The Alabama Secretary of State has almost 200 years of Alabama Legislative History online for the years 1819 through the present. The site has basic descriptions for the entire period, complete copies of all the acts from mid-1999 to present, all legislative acts from 1987 to present and if you need complete copies of Alabama Legislative History and all legislative acts you can visit the Alabama Department of Archives and History and search from 1818 to 1999 online.

At this site you can search Legislative Acts by:

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