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Official bond books, 1817-1937.

Author: Montgomery County (Ala.). Probate Judge.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Each county official in Alabama must file a performance bond with the probate judge of his/her respective county (see Ala. Code, 11-2-3 [1975]). This series consists of transcriptions or photoduplications of the bonds filed by county officials. Information includes name of individual bonded, effective dates, amount of bond, bond sureties, and office that the individual is filling. Offices for which bonds were
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Genre/Form: Local government records
Performance bonds
Named Person: Eugene Beebe; Arthur Bingham; John H Clisby; Henry Crommelin; Jacob Griel; Bolling Hall; Hilary A Herbert; James T Holtzclaw; Thomas Goode Jones; Jacques Loeb; Josiah Morris; Robert McKee; Daniel Sayre; Thomas S Sayre; Charles H Scott; W W Screws; Adolf Weil; Frederick Wolffe
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Montgomery County (Ala.). Probate Judge.
OCLC Number: 122498522
Notes: Also known as: Miscellaneous bond record.
Description: 4 volumes.
Other Titles: Miscellaneous bond record.

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Each county official in Alabama must file a performance bond with the probate judge of his/her respective county (see Ala. Code, 11-2-3 [1975]). This series consists of transcriptions or photoduplications of the bonds filed by county officials. Information includes name of individual bonded, effective dates, amount of bond, bond sureties, and office that the individual is filling. Offices for which bonds were required include sheriff, county treasurer, tax collector, tax assessor, county administrator, county surveyor, constable, justice of the peace, notary public, county superintendent of education, circuit clerk, county coroner, and treasurer of the Medical Association of the State of Alabama. The books may also contain oaths of office, powers of attorney, statements, and other performance surety bonds. Included are records for the years 1817-1825, 1868-1883, 1874-1890, 1900-1909, and 1933-1937.

Of particular interest are the volumes covering the years 1868-1883 and 1874-1890, which contain bonds of African Americans and Republicans elected and appointed to office in Montgomery County during Reconstructon. The volume for the years 1874-1890 includes additional and extended bonds required of elected Republican officials by Democrats trying to remove them from office.

Among the officials who filed bonds for office or signed as sureties on the bonds of elected officials are Bolling Hall, Henry Crommelin, Arthur Bingham, Charles H. Scott, Eugene Beebe, Hilary A. Herbert, Thomas Goode Jones, Josiah Morris, James T. Holtzclaw, Jacob Griel, Adolf Weil, Jacques Loeb, Frederick Wolffe, John H. Clisby, Robert McKee, W. W. Screws, Thomas Scott Sayre, and Daniel Sayre.

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