Birmingham Genealogy (in Van Buren County, IA)

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Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the city level. Additional records are listed on the county and state pages.

Birmingham Cemetery Records

Bethel Cemetery Find a Grave

Bethel cemetery inscriptions : Lick Creek Township N.W. of Birmingham, Iowa. Fort Worth Library

Birmingham Cemetery Find a Grave

Inscriptions, Methodist Episcopal cemetery and United Presbyterian cemetery : Union Township, Town of Birmingham, Iowa. Fort Worth Library

Inscriptions, Smith cemetery : Union Township, east of Birmingham, Iowa. Fort Worth Library

Iowa Van Buren County inscriptions, Methodist Episcopal Cemetery and United Presbyterian Cemetery : Union Township, Town of Birmingham, Iowa Family History Library

Maple Hill cemetery inscriptions : Union Township, E. of Birmingham, Iowa. Fiske Genealogical Library

Methodist Episcopal Cemetery Find a Grave

Old Birmingham Presbyterian Cemetery Family History Library

Smith Cemetery Find a Grave

United Presbyterian Cemetery Find a Grave

Van Buren County cemetery records Family History Library

White Chapel Cemetery Find a Grave

Birmingham Church Records

Church records, 1851-1889 (United Presbyterian Church (Birmingham, Iowa)) Family History Library

List of pastors and elders, 1853-1973 (Presbyterian Church (Birmingham, Iowa)) Family History Library

Birmingham Histories and Genealogies

History of Birmingham Family History Library

Birmingham Miscellaneous Records

McKee notebook Davenport Public Library

Birmingham Newspapers and Obituaries

Birmingham Enterprise. (Birmingham, Iowa) 1869-1936 Multiple Archives

Birmingham Free Press. (Birmingham, Iowa) 1885-1896 State Historical Society of Iowa

Birmingham free press 1885 Family History Library

Iowa, Van Buren County, Mckee Notebook : Newspaper Abstracts Birmingham Enterprise, Birmingham, Iowa, 1878-1954 Family History Library

Birmingham School Records

Birmingham Collegiate Institute, July 4, 1857, and Birmingham Academy, a normal and preparatory school established Sept. 1871 Family History Library