Additional Madison County, Alabama, Resources
Madison County is in northern Alabama along the Tennessee border. The Madison County Records Center (MCRC), established in 2001, is located in the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library and staffed by Probate Court personnel. The Center archives non-current documents (generally dated 1809-2004) delivered to or developed by the Probate Judge's office. MCRC staff has developed indexes to the records.
Marriage Records Indices
Records in the marriage records index cover 1809 through 1973. Some additional records through 2004 have been indexed. The index may be searched by groom's first and last name and bride's first and last name and year. Results can be sorted by last name. The search results include volume and page numbers and license date.
The probate indexes may be searched by case number or by last name and first name. The data fields in the search results are name, case number, and description.
You can search the Chancery Court Records indexes by case number, last name, first name, and year. The data fields in the search results include year and case number plus the following for both parties involved: last name, first name, business name, additional name, and notes. An asterisk in the additional names field indicates that others are mentioned in the record.
These indexes include Confederate Pensions (1898-1907, 1908-1914), Cotton Mill Affidavits for Child Laborers (1908-1915), Delinquent Tax Docket (1890), Naturalization Certificates (1847-1906), Naturalization Records (1818-1846), Unofficial Register of Births (1881-1912), and more.