Tait family.

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The Tait family occupied a prominent place in Ala. politics and agriculture in the 1817-1880 period. In 1817, James A. Tait and his family moved into Wilcox County, Ala. He soon was followed by his father, Charles Tait, a former U.S. Senator from Ga., who became the first U.S. judge for the Ala. district, 1820-1826.

The following is a list of those individuals who appear in series titles, with dates (where known): Charles Tait (1768-1835); Sarah Tait (1775-1839); James A. Tait (1791-1855); Elizabeth C. Tait (1794-1865); Charles W. Tait (1815-1878); Felix Tait (1822-1899); Robert Tait; James G. Tait (1833-1911); Rebecca S. Tait (b.1836); James A. Tait; William E. Moore; M.B. Barnes; Mrs. M.B. Barnes; M.J. Beck; Mrs. M.J. Beck; William Goode; and Thomas A. Welch.

From the description of Papers, 1786-1899. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122507599

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creatorOf Tait family. Papers, 1786-1899. Alabama Department of Archives and History
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associatedWith Academy of Natural Sciences (Philadelphia, Penn.) corporateBody
associatedWith Alabama. Bank of the State of Alabama. corporateBody
associatedWith Alston, Charity. person
associatedWith Austill, Jeremiah, 1794-1881. person
associatedWith Austill & Moss. corporateBody
associatedWith Barbour, James, 1775-1842. person
associatedWith Barnes, M.B. person
associatedWith Barton family. family
associatedWith Beck, M.J. person
associatedWith Bibb, William Wyatt, 1781-1820. person
associatedWith Boykin & McRae. corporateBody
associatedWith Branch family. family
associatedWith Broadnax, Newton & Co. corporateBody
associatedWith Calhoun, John C. (John Caldwell), 1782-1850. person
associatedWith Campbell, Mary. person
associatedWith Cobb, Thomas (Thomas Willis), 1784-1830. person
associatedWith Coleman, Sarah Ann (Sarah Ann Goode). person
associatedWith Conrad, T.A. (Timothy Abbot), person
associatedWith Crawford, David. person
associatedWith Crawford, William Harris, 1772-1834. person
associatedWith Ervin, R.H. (Robert Hugh), 1822-1897. person
associatedWith Georgia. Bank of the State of Georgia. corporateBody
associatedWith Goode family. family
associatedWith Goode, Rebecca S. person
associatedWith Goode, Sidney N. person
associatedWith Goode, William. person
associatedWith Grace, J.B. person
associatedWith Harwell & Davis. corporateBody
associatedWith Hudson family. family
associatedWith Lea, Isaac. person
associatedWith Macon, Nathaniel, 1757-1837. person
associatedWith McLeod, Daniel. person
associatedWith McNeil, John. person
associatedWith Moore, William E. person
associatedWith Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821, person
associatedWith Norris & Boykin. corporateBody
associatedWith Stewart, John W. person
associatedWith Tait, Charles, 1768-1835. person
associatedWith Tait, Charles W. (Charles William), 1815-1878. person
associatedWith Tait, Elizabeth C. (Elizabeth Caroline Goode), 1794-1865. person
associatedWith Tait, Felix, 1822-1899. person
associatedWith Tait, James A. (James Asbury), 1791-1855. person
associatedWith Tait, James, d. ca. 1800. person
associatedWith Tait, James G. (James Goode), 1833-1911. person
associatedWith Tait, Martha B. person
associatedWith Tait, Rebecca S., b.1836. person
associatedWith Tait, Robert. person
associatedWith Tait, Sarah (Sarah Williamson Griffin), ca.1760-1818. person
associatedWith Tait, William H. person
associatedWith Ticknor, John. person
associatedWith United States. Court. Alabama district. corporateBody
associatedWith University of Alabama. corporateBody
associatedWith Walker, John Williams, 1783-1823. person
associatedWith Welch, Thomas. person
associatedWith Welch, Thomas A. person
associatedWith Williamson, Micajah. person
associatedWith Wilson, Martha B. person
Place Name Admin Code Country
Georgia
Florida
Pennsylvania
England
Europe
Wilcox County (Ala.)
Wilkes County (Ga.)
Monroe County (Ala.)
United States
Alabama
Washington, D.C
Subject
Legal history
Creek War, 1813-1814
Paleontology--Eocene
Slave records
Cotton
Agriculture
Political Campaigns
African Americans
Sectionalism (United States)
Land titles
Genealogy
Slavery
Cotton trade
Missouri compromise
Real property
France--History--Invasion of 1814
Judges
Steamboats
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Active 1786

Active 1899

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