Pintlala Historical Association
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Archived PHA Newsletter Index

 
Archived PHA Newsletter Index
 
Volume 1 - Number 1 - January 1987
     1.     Organizational Meeting
     2.     Book - "Dear Grandchildren" - 1922 - Ramer-Melting Pot
 
Volume 1 - Number 2 - Mar 1987
 
Volume 1 - Number 3 - Sept 1987
     1.     Moseley Graves - moved to Mosley - Tankersley - Luckie - Supples
               Cemetery from Kilby
 
Volume 1 – Number 4 – November 1987
     1.     Lists Original Land grants for T 14 R 17E
     2.     Lists Original Land grants for T13N R 17E
     3.     Lists those buried Kilby Prison Moseley Cemetery (copied from Archives 10/1/87)

Volume 2 – Number 1 – January 1988
      1.     By-Laws
      2.     Membership List – Charter Members

Volume 2 - Number 2 – April 1988
      1.     Membership List – Bethel PrimitiveBaptis tChurch
      2.     Mark – John Roy Tankersley
      3.     Genealogy Book – Boyd-Kirkpatrick-Butler Families

 Volume 2 – Number 3 – July 1988
          1.     History of Lora Boyd Whigham’s Property
          2.     History of Providence Presbyterian Church by Catherine Sellers
          3.     Plat showing location of Townships and Ranges within the Huntsville and St. Stephens Meridians

 Volume 2 – Number 4 – October 1988
          1.     Start of McGehee Cemetery Restoration
          2.      History of Fleta by Vera Kraus
          3.      Dr. Leroy V. Davis
          4.      Interpretation of word “Pintlala”
          5.      Lavinia Anderson
          6.      Gov. Thomas H. Watts
          7.      T. A. Fowler – Postmaster Hope Hull

 Volume 3 – Number 1 – January 1989
          1.     Visit of President George Bush
          2.     History of Bethel Baptist Church by Frank Shackelford
          3.    Alliance Hall by Fannie Ganey

 Volume 3 - Number 2 – April 1989
          1.     Euphronia
          2.     History – Mt.Carmel by Lurline Hall

 Volume 3 – Number 3 – July 1989
          1.     Silas Garrett Talk on Pintlala
          2.     Rev. James McKeene Greene - Julia Howard Greene
          3.     1894 Map – Postal Routes
          4.     History – Pintlala Grange
          5.     Pintlala School Reunion – Classes 1964/65/66

 Volume 3 – Number 4 – October 1989
          1.      Bonham Post Office by Laurie Sanders
          2.      History of Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church
          3.      Samuel Pouncey by Ronald and Mamie Sellers
          4.      Parmer (Palmer) – Murrell House
          5.      Amendments to By-Laws

 Volume 3 – Number 5 – December 1989
          1.     Snowdoun
          2.     Snowdoun Post Office
          3.     History of Snowdoun by Mrs. Fannie H. Mason (copied)
          4.     Old Residents of Snowdoun by H. C. Lamar (copied) including Wm. Taylor (Brick House), Calloway, Lynch, Falconer, Armistead, Rives, Leigh, Clisby, Mastin and L. L. Hill (preacher)
          5.     History – Snowdoun United Methodist Church
          6.     Map Showing Monac’s Tavern
          7.     Lassiter Family
          8.     Tom Conner Book – McGehee/Alabama Bible Society, Bill/Kathy Cordell, Hilda Reynolds Smilie

 Volume 4 – Number 1 – March 1990
          1.     Federal Road
          2.     Place Names in Southwest Montgomery County
          3.     Grist Mills in South Montgomery County
          4.     Sellers Buried in Mt.Carmel Cemetery
          5.     Hawthorne Family History
          6.     Tiara Post Office
          7.     Colquitt Post Office
          8.     Ebenezer Baptist Church Association

 Volume 4 – Number 2 – June 1990
          1.     John Ben Shepperd
          2.     Shackelford, Lewis and Tarver Estate Records
          3.     Justus McDuffie Barnes Book

 Volume 4 – Number 3 – October 1990
          1.     Alabama Indians
          2.     Bethesda Baptist Church
          3.     John W. Orme – Post Office Pugh #1
          4.     1852-1859 Tax Assessments – Rives Beat Range 17-T14 and part of Range 18-T14
          5.     Mt.Carmel Post Office

Volume 5 - Number 1 - January 1991
          1.     Pike County Alabama Tomb Records
          2.     Hickory Grove Post Office
          3.     Bethesda Baptist (cont.)

Volume 5 - Number 2 - April 1991
          1.     Henry Clay Sanderson CSA
          2.     Josiah John Hall CSA
          3.     "A Christmas Memory" - Capote
          4.     Mayflower Society
          5.     Fleta Post Office
          6.     Old Concord Methodist Church
          7.     Durden Cemetery - Liberty Church Road Listing

Volume 5 - Number 3 - July 1991
          1.     Diary - Capt. Charles F. Hinrichs about Wilsons' Raid
          2.     LeGrand Post Office
          3.     Garrett Family History
          4.     Ekwurzel Cemetery

Volume 5 - Number 4 - October 1991
          1.     McGehee's Post Office
          2.     Luckie Family
          3.     Vickers Family
          4.     Edward Mosley
          5.     "The Last Campaign" by E. N. Gilpin - Wilson's Raid

Volume 6 - Number 1 - January 1992
          1.     Mosley - Tankersley - Luckie - Supples Cemetery Listing
          2.     Wilson's Raid - Nourse Diary
          3.     Snowdoun Cafe

Volume 6 - Number 2 - April 1992
          1.     Pintlala School Historic Marker
          2.     Mosley - Tankersley - Luckie - Supples Cemetery Corrections
          3.     Boyd - Ekwurzel Cemetery Listing
          4.     1852 Alabama Tax Assessments - Butler's Mills Beat
          5.     1859 Alabama Tax Assessments - Butler's Mills Beat

Volume 6 - Number 3 - July 1992
          1.     Kathryn Cordell Thornton, Astronaut
          2.     President and Mrs. George Bush Letter
          3.     Mt. Carmel Sewing Club
          4.     Murrell - Parmer (Palmer) Cemetery Listing
          5.     By-Laws and Amendments

Volume 6 - Number 4 - October 1992
          1.     Book - Davis Family
          2.     Story - Moseley Cemetery - Kilby
          3.     Rehoboth Church Register

Volume 7 - Number 1 - January 1993
          1.     George B. McLendon Book
          2.     Sankey Cemetery Listing
          3.     Manac (Peter Brannon - June 1932)

Volume 7 - Number 2 - April 1993
          1.     Werner Hostettler
          2.     Leweeezer C. Pinkston Grave Marker
          3.     1850 Agriculture Schedule - James A. Sellers/James W. Bonham
          4.     Tabernacle Cemetery Listing
          5.     Old Concord Cemetery List
          6.     Pintlala Baptist - Strength of One
          7.     Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church
          8.     Luckie Family

Volume 7 - Number 3 - July 1993
          1.     Reunions - Lassiter Family, Boyd Family, Shackelford family, Edge Family

Volume 7 - Number 4 - October 1993
          1.     Book - History of Sampey Memorial Baptist Church by Leroy Priest
          2.     Bethesda Church Members 1862
          3.     Miriam Lassiter Williams Remembers Pintlala

Volume 8 - Number 1 - January 1994
          1.     Book - The Doty, Sheppard, Anderson, and Allied Families by Carol Wright.
          2.     Montgomery, The Biography of a City by Wayne Greenhaw
          3.     Abstracts and Indexes of Some Early Records of County Courts of
                    Montgomery County by Eleanor Burns Grigg       4.     1921 - Ramer - "Melting Pot"
          5.     Owen Family by Clara Owen Venable
          6.     Dr. D. S. Hopping
          7.     Poole Family by Mildred Shirley
          8.     Bethesda Baptist Church - Last Roll Book

Volume 8 - Number 2 - April 1994
          1.     Brady Cemetery
          2.     Pintlala School Marker
          3.     Bradys Buried in Mt. Carmel Cemetery

Volume 8 - Number 3 - July 1994
          1.     President Bush - Letter to PHA
          2.     Tarver Descendency Chart
          3.     Florence Sellers Post Marker
          4.     Traveling Medicine Show - Sellers by Charles Hall

Volume 8 - Number 4 - October 1994
          1.     Abner McGehee (cont.)
          2.     McGehee Cemetery - 1936 List
          3.     History Hope Hull Methodist Church
          4.     1857 - Land - Edmund Lewis - Sold

Volume 9 - Number 1 - January 1995
          1.     McGehee Cemetery
          2.     Hope Hull Methodist Church cont.
          3.     1850 Lowndes County Census

Volume 9 - Number 2 - April 1995
          1.     History of Hope Hull cont. (Hope Hull Circle, Barbecue)
          2.     Dr. Thomas Duncan house restoration
          3.     McGehee Cemetery Project
          4.     Wallace Hornaday
          5.     Requests for Information

Volume 9 - Number 3 - July 1995
          1.     David Manac monument
          2.     Our Pioneer Ancestors - Nathaniel & Charity Shepherd Bonham
          3.     Hope Hull, the Duggars & Clorox
          4.     Bonham-Anderson-Moseley Cemetery
          5.     McGehee Cemetery
          6.     Liberty Church of Christ
          7.     Mosley (Moseley) Shackelford Reunion
          8.     Lassiter Family Reunion
          9.     Autograph books
          10.     New Materials: Mosley, Butler, Shackelford & Jeter and Bonham family genealogies.

Volume 9 - Number 4 - October 1995
          1.     Mt. Meigs-Merry-Pike Road Historical Preservation Society
          2.     Gregory-Sankey House burns
          3.     Library Groundbreaking
          4.     Autograph Albums
          5.     Ramer High School Reunion (1936)
          6.     Queries - Ruff, Schellhase
          7.     Barnes Family Picnic (1909)
          8.     Sharp-Sharpe Cemetery
          9.     Our Pioneer Ancestors - William Calvin Sellers and wives, Anderson & Trooter.

Volume 10 - Number 1 - January 1996
          1.     Duncans buried in Mt. Carmel Cemetery
          2.     Boyd-Ekwurzel Cemetery
          3.     Molly Tarver house
          4.     Thompson-Lassiter house
          5.     Autograph book of Bill Hawthorne

Volume 10 - Number 2 - April 1996
          1.     Mosley-Moseley Reunion dates
          2.     Silver in Early Alabama
          3.     The Exiles by Tom Carney
          4.     General Benjamin Lewis
          5.     McGehee Cemetery Update
          6.     Jones Query
          7.     McGehee Records

Volume 10 - Number 3 - July 1996
          1.     New Library
          2.     Covered bridges
          3.     Bonham Bible
          4.     On going projects
          5.     Mosley (Moseley) - Shackelford, Lassiter, Shaver Reunions
          6.     Bethel Cemetery Update
          7.     Tabernacle Homecoming
          8.     McGehee Family Records

Volume 10 - Number 4 - October 1996
          1.     Summary - 10 years of the PHA
          2.     Book - Those Gallant Georgiana Who Served in War Between States
          3.     Graves (Bibb) Cemetery
          4.     Life in Strata - 1888
          5.     Dr. Thomas Duncan
          6.     Snowdoun Shooting Club

Volume 11 - Number 1 - January 1997
          1.     Gary P. Burton
          2.     Panola Cemetery
          3.     Randol Painting
          4.     Book - Collection of Maps of Alabama 1822-1909 by John Napier
          5.     Crenshaw County First Marriage Book March 1867 - April 1972.
          6.     Pintlala Baptist Church - Grace and Glory
          7.     MeGehee Cemetery - Register - Landmarks and Heritage. Updated Cemetery List
          8.     Bibb and Dixie Bibb Graves Original Deed Entries
          9.     James A. Sellers/ James W. Bonham 1850 Agriculture Census Records
          10.     Thomas Butler
          11.     Providence Presbyterian Church

Volume 11 - Number 2 - April 1997
          1.     Pintlala School During World War II
          2.     The Luckie Family and Tabernacle Community 1983
          3.     Vickers Park Being Built

Volume 11 - Number 3 - July 1997
          1.     Lassiter Family Reunion
          2.     Moseley-Shackelford Reunion
          3.     PHA April Tour
          4.     Boyd-Elswurzel Cemetery
 
Volume 11 - Number 4 - October 1997
  1.   History Being Made - Grand Opening of Pintlala Volunteer Fire Department (Harold M.       Newell Station)
  2.   Happy Birthday to Mr. Fred W. Hooper, Sr.
  3.   New Cemetery Signs Placed at Sharpe Cemetery and Durden-Suggs Cemetery
  4.   Bethel Cemetery Deeded to Trustees of the Pintlala Baptist Church with help of attorney       Frank H. Hawthorne
  5.   Susan Evelyn Sanderson Parker Memorial Scholarship
  6.   Article from Landmark Letter on McGehee Cemetery
  7.   Index of PHA Newsletters - January 1987 - October 1997

Volume 12 - Number 1 - January 1998
          1.     Dr. Wesley Newton, Speaker - PHA Meeting
          2.     Brady FAmily Memories
          3.     Carter-Stokes Burial Grounds
          4.     Deed for Bethel Cemetery

Volume 12 - Number 2 - April 1998
          1.     Dr. Frederick Bush, Jr. Honored
          2.     History of Pintlala by Dr. William Tankersley
          3.     Sankey Home
          4.     Maps of the Old Federal Road
          5.     Frank & Jesse James

Volume 12 - Number 3 - July 1998
          1.     April PHA Tour - Recognizing Historical Marker - Manac's Tavern
          2.     In Memorian - Robert (Bobby) Chestnutt
          3.     Recent donations to Library:
                    Roots in S.W. Montgomery County
                    Abner McGhee by Will Hill Tankersley
                    Travels Through North and South Carolina, GA, East & West FL, by Wm. Bartram
                    The Romantic South by Harnett T. Kane
          4.     Lassiter Family Reunion
          5.     "105 Years Ago" by Baldwin Smith
          6.     The Boyd/Whigham Home
          7.     Remember When
          8.     America the Beautiful - Katharine Bates

Volume 12 - Number 4 - October 1998
          1.     Mary Ann Neely's Walking Tour of Oakwood Cemetery
          2.     Celebrity Status of Mosley's
          3.     Pintlala's Computer and Genealogy Clubs     
          4.     Mrs. Bessie Mae Moxley Law's 100th Birthday Celebration - by Clarise McGinty
          5.     Remembering "Mr. Whit" (Mr. T Whit Athey)
          6.     Tabernacle Homecoming
          7.     The Shackelford/Chesnutt Home
 
Volume 13 - Number 1 - January 1999
          1.     Program: Old Photographs from this Area     
          2.     Preparation of Book, "The Heritage of Montgomery County"
          3.     1861 Deed for "Free Public School," provided by Bobbi H. Chase
          4.     General James Holt Clanton, by Mary Lillian Rosier
 
Volume 13 - Number 2 - April 1999
          1.     Program by Col. Jeff Benton: The Very Worst Road: Travelers' Accounts of 
                   Crossing Alabama's Old Creek Indian Territory, 1820-1847
          2.     Kathryn Tucker Windham Visits Pintlala
          3.     "The Water Witch of Mount Carmel," by Lurline Hall
          4.     Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church, from 1942 Article by Mildred Smith
          5.     Sharp/Sharpe Cemetery
 
Volume 13 - Number 3 - July 1999
          1.     Program by Dr. Karon Sharpe Bailey: "Hattie" Pinkston Englehardt
          2.     Mount Carmel Blacksmill Shop, by Lurline Hall
          3.     Highland Home College, by Thomas Ray
          4.     Dr. Franklin Briggs McClean, by Frank Howard Hawthorne
          5.     Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church Homecoming
          6.     Memories of Sarah Elizabeth ("Tweet") Garrett Moore
          7.     Bethlehem Cemetery, by Julianne Hataway
          8.     Our Pioneering Ancestors, Ansley Giddens, by Mamie M. Sellers
 
Volume 13 - Number 4 - October 1999
          1.     October Program - Nell Stuart
          2.     Bethel Cemetery Rededication
          3.     Tabernacle Homecoming
          4.     History of Pintlala - Alice Carter
          5.     The Y2K Psalm (based on Psalm 139) - Annonymous
          6.     The Class Reunion - Thanks to Laurie Sanders
          7.     PHA Newsletter Index, 1998/1999
 
Volume 14 - Number 1 - January 2000
          1.     President's Message - Jack Hornady
          2.     PHA program - Nell Stewart, Evergreen
          3.     Deaths - Mrs. Laura Allison, Mr. Kendrick Foster
          4.     New Members: Mr & Mrs. Henry C. Man, Mr. U Mrs. Gary Daniel Dean,
                    Mrs. E. Caldwell Stewart, Jan & Ruth Ott, Robert Lee Barnes
          5.     Inquiry re. Anne Robey Lanham (Granny) Barnes
          6.     Membership Renewals
          7.     Abner McGehee Honored
          8.     Bethel Cemetery Restored & Rededicated
          9.     Book - Heritage of Montgomery County
          10.     Rev. Lrenzo Dow by Rev. Anson West, D. D. From History of Methodism in Alabama
          11.     Oral History Questions - Booklet entitled, "The Life and Times of Winnie Lackore"
 
Volume 14 - Number 2 - April, 2000
          1.     President's Message - Jack Hornady
          2.     PHA Program - RSA Pavilion
          3.     In Memoriam: Carolyn and Julian Elgin, Glenn Smith, Deborah Ann
                    Brown, Bess Bullard, Bessie Pratt, Tony Wood, Mary Alice Owen and Randy Randol
          4.     Montgomery County Heritage Book
          5.     Memories Best Gift to Leave to Family - Story by Paul Harvey -by Ethel T. Todd
          6.     Memories in The Making - Sandra Lassiter
          7.     Donations to the Pintlala Library: Computer books in memory of Henry Dunn; "Montgomery Civil War" by Gary Burton; Word Perfect Workbook by the Pintlala Computer
Club
          8.     Pintlala School Faculty from 1922 - 1940 by Frank Hawthorne
          9.     January Program - Treasured Family Letters
 
Volume 14 - Number 3 - July 2000
          1.     President's Message - Jack Hornady
          2.     July Program - Dr. Daniel L. Haulman
          3.     In Memoriam - V. E. Richey, Eloise H. Stewart, Edward Forbus McGehee
          4.     Pintlala Baptist Church Celebrates 40th Anniversary
          5.     Declaration of Independence by Luther Clark
 
Volume 14 - Number 4 - October 2000
          1.     President's Message - Jack Hornady
          2.     Jones Family Reunion
          3.     In Memoriam - Tommye Jean Sellers Carter & Col. Leroy Priest
          4.     Lassiter Family Reunion
          5.     New Members - Mr. & Mrs. August Shegon
          6.     Pintlala Elementary School
          7.     Pintlala United Methodist Church Homecoming
          8.     PHA July Program on Maxwell AFB by Dr. Daniel L. Haulman
          9.     One Hundred Years Ago from Book "When My Grandmother was a Child" by Leigh W. Rutledge"
          10.     Heritage Trip to England by Mary Lillian Shirley Rosier
 
Volume 15 - Number 1 - January 2001
          1.     January Program - Country Stores in the Area
          2.     History of Pintala - Mosley's Store
          3.     Painting of Fred Sellers' Store
          4.     The Thomas Randolph Carter Family
          5.     In Memoriam - Mrs. Beatrice Walden Garner, Mrs. Constance Renfro Fulmer & Gary Padget
          6.     New Member - Elaine Lassiter
          7.     October Program - Visit to "The Hill" at Collerine
          8.     40 Years Ago - Ground-breaking for the Pintlala Mission of Ridgecrest Baptist Church, Montgomery
          9.     The Bosom of Abraham - Lincoln's Last Words to his Illinois Neighbors
          10.     "Stormy, Go Home," by Julianne Hataway
 
Volume 15 - Number 2 - April 2001
          1.     April Meeting - Continuing Stories on Stores in Area
          2.     History in the Making - U.S. Border Collie Handlers' Association National Cattle Dog Finals - on W. S. Newell Farm, Hope Hull
          3.     In Memoriam: Mrs. John A. Garrett - Mr. Odis Rice
          4.     Bethlehem Cemetery Annual Meeting
          5.     Clarise's Bonus - Old Newspaper dated March 31, 1938 - Clarise McGinty
          6.     January Program - More Stories on Old Stores in the Area
          7.     The Death of the "Wish Book" (Sears & Roebuck Catalog) - by Jesse Culp
          8.     Elusive Kinsman by Wayne Hand
 
Volume 15 - Number 3 - July 2001
          1.     July Meeting - Country Stores
          2.     History in the Making - Former President George Bush visits Pintlala Resident Ray Scott & Pintlala Elementary School; First Grader Olivia McGinty had photo taken with President
          3.     Congratulations to LIberty Church of Christ on Their Remodeling Project
          4.     In Memoriam - Mrs. Ethel May Tankersley Todd, Mr. Guy Elmore Vickers, Mrs. Mattie Ruth Samson, Mr. Travis Franklin
          5.     Inquiry Re: Frances Elizabeth Ingram
          6.     Mt. Carmel 73rd Homecoming - May 6, 2001
          7.     Special Memorial Section - Mrs. Ethel May Tankersley Todd
          8.     Area Residents - 1935 to World War II by Frank H. Hawthorne - May 1, 2001
 
Volume 15 - Number 4 - October 2001
          1.     October Meeting - Dr. Alan Brown - Program on Graveyards, Ghosts and Sittin' With the Dead
          2.     New Members - Mr. & Mrs. Boots Lamar - Miss Sara Alice Murrell
          3.     Sympathy - David Loyd Hornady, Mr. Jim Lewis, Mrs. Marjorie Guy Wright, Ms. Sue Christian, Frank Hall, Mrs. Nite Judge, Mrs. Anna M. Rice, Mrs. Nell Stubbs
          4.     Pintlala Baptist Health Ministry Team
          5.     Congratulations to Tabernacle Historical Association on REstoration of the Tabernacle Cemetery and Erection of a new iron fence around its perimeter
          6.     Pintlala United Methodist Church Celebrated Annual Homecoming on Sept. 23
          7.     Church Bazaar - Pintlala UMC
          8.     ADY Club in "An American Village"
          9.     Family Sampler Comes Home by Mary Lillian Rosier
          10.     "The Binch," by John F. Lynch as read to Pintlala Elementary School children after September 11, 2001 by Julianne Hataway
 
Volume 16 - Number 1 - January 2002
          1.     January Meeting - Work together on compiling list of veterans of wars and dates of service
          2.     Sympathy to families of Sandra Cauthen Manning, Nobuzo Baba, Rev. Roger Richeson, Rev. Pruitt Willis and Raymond W. Smilie
          3.     Gary Burton - 30 Years of Service at Pintlala Baptist Church
          4.     Lassiter Family Reunion
          5.     Congratulations to Jack C. Bonham, member of the Sons of the American Revolution
          6.     George Mosley
          7.     Pintlala Stock Dog Trials
          8.     Area Stores
          9.     October Program - Dr. Alan Brown
          10.     L. T. Hataway (Bedsole) Famy Recognized as Century/Heritage Farm
          11.     Suzie Mae Julian Boyd - Jan. 20, 2001
 
Volume 16 - Number 2 - April 2002
          1.     April Meeting - Trip to the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts - Exhibit, A Brush with History: Paintings from the National Portrait Gallery
          2.     Pintlala Volunteer Fire Dept BBQ
          3.     Confederate Marker Acquired - Josiah John Hall
          4.     Bob Inman Welcomed
          5.     Sympathy to families of: James Greene Hawthorne, Mrs. Sallie Taylor Davis, Ernest Wayne Russell, Sr., Ernest Davis, A. D. Norman, Frank Hawthorne, Sr., John Brady Lassiter
          6.     Bethlehem Cemetery Annual Meeting
          7.     Inquiry - Pintlala Pioneers Association
          8.     New Era of Industry - Hyundai
          9.     January Program "Project"
          10.     "Welcome to Spring" by Laurie Smilie Sanders
          11.     Thomas Butler One of Our Pioneers
          12.     Finding Original Land Grants on the Internet
          13.     Time Line for Thomas Butler
          14.     Descendants of Thomas Butler
 
Volume 16 - Number 3 - July 2002
          1.     July PHA Program to Feature our Own Laurie Sanders
          2.     New Members - Rev. & Mrs. Fred Moore
          3.     Sympathy to families of: Hocker Pirtle, Max Heisler, Corrie Frances Garrett Holt
          4.     National Geographic TV to be at July 18 Capitol City Shape-Note Singing
          5.     2002 Shackelford-Mosley Family Association Reunion
          6.     Montgomery County Cattlewomen Select Laslie Hall as "2002 Father of the Year"
          7.     Congratulations to Newell Roadbuilders, Inc. Hope Hull - Site Work on New Hyundai Plant
          8.     Frank Howard Hawthorne, Sr.
          9.     Pisgah Primitive Baptist Church Hosts Sacred Harp Singing
          10.     God Bless America - Kate Smith
          11.     April Program - Trip to Mtgy. Museum of Fine Arts
          12.     PHA Veterans Project
          13.     The Declaration of Independence
          14.     The Census of 1930
 
Volume 16 - Number 4 - October 2002
          1.     October Program - Hope Hull Culture by Ned Jenkins
          2.     Annual Homecoming at Tabernacle Church
          3.     Two Books Donated to the Pintlala Public Library Ethel Tankersley Todd Historical Section - "The Seas of War - the Diary of a Red Cross Worker in Vietnam" by Barbara Pomarolli & Area Postoffices
          4.     Sympathy to Families of: Mrs. Marie Boyd Moore, Mrs. Dixie Garrett Dozier, Col. Ronald Earl Sellers, Jr. and Mrs. Lucile Sanders
          5.     Congratulations - Leslie & Miriam Williams - 50th Wedding Anniversary
          6.     Thanks to Laurie Sanders for July Program on early Montgomery County Post Offices
          7.     New Business in Pintlala - Lassiter's Hardware and Supply
          8.     Toulmin Farm Hosts Dove Shoots for Young Hunters
          9.     Lassiter Family Reunion
          10.     Classified Section - Help Wanted Acts
          11.     Farm City Festival October 21
          12.     Receipt for Doing the Family Wash
 
Volume 17 - Number 1 - January 2003
          1.     January Program - Mary Ann Neeley - Guidebook to Old Alabama Town
          2.     Sympathy to Families of: John M. Carter, Mary Britt Carter, Mrs. Nannie Gaye Pettus Pirtle, William Carr, Mrs. Woodrow Morse, Clurion Reed, Boyd Brady and Mrs. Hettie Franks
          3.     October Program: Ned Jenkins - Native American "Hope Hull Culture"
          4.     Congratulations to Phil Snow on Retirement
          5.     Montgomery County Cattlemen Host Trail Ride Along Historic Route
          6.     Beatrice Stockard Duncan Woodward - 100 Years Old
          7.     Special Thanks
          8.     Thanks Parker Gray Mount Family
          9.     Memories of an Old House by Lee Barnes - The Justus Rawdon & Mary Crenshaw Barnes Home
          10.     Mary Pouncey Jones (Mrs. William H. Jones), D 1818, First known burial in Oakwood Cemetery
 
Volume 17 - Number 2 - April 2003
          1.     President's Message - Gary Burton - Goals
          2.     April Program - Visit to Lee Barnes' Home
          3.     New members - Mr. & Mrs. Perry Taylor, Mr. Robert L. Armstrong, Mr. & Mrs. David S. Anderson, Jr.
          4.     Sympathy to families of: Mrs. Suzie Boyd, Cottrell (Pete) Boyd, and Mrs. Jewel Dean Poole
          5.     January Program - Mary Ann Neeley presented program about historic Montgomery County
          6.     Thanks to Mamie Sellers - Mt. Carmel Cemetery
          7.     Happy Birthday Celebration for Ruth Maddox Davis
          8.     Congratulations to Outstanding Young Students - Will Carter - Grant Lassiter
          9.     PHA Board Approves Project - Historical Marker for Grange Hall
          10.     Mt. Carmel Cemetery Listing
 
Volume 17 - Number 3 - July 2003
          1.     President's Message - Gift of $1000 from the LeGrand Civic Club
          2.     July Program - Unveiling of Historical Marker for Grange Hall and School
          3.     Sympathy to families of: Mrs. Dorothy Samuel, Joe Nelson, Slim Pelt, Mrs. Alice Stubbs Ashcraft, Ms. Adele Blackwell Findley, and Mrs. Mary Boyd Lassiter
          4.     April PHA Program - Tour of Old Barnes Home
          5.     Ethel Tankersley Todd Honored for Library Support
          6.     Teague Memories
          7.     Marker Fund
          8.     Sacred Harp Singing at Pisgah
          9.     Congratulations to Matthew Bush
          10.     Thanks to Alice Carter
          11.     The Flag
          12.     LeGrand Civic Club by Catherine Sellers
 
Volume 17 - Number 4 - October 2003
          1.     President's Message - An Event, A Procedure and and opinion
          2.     PHA October 2003 Program - Meet at Alabama State Capitol Auditorium - Bartram Trail Conference
          3.     New members - Mrs. Willie Kate McCall Dean, Mr. & Mrs. Bernard R. Beck
          4.     Sympathy to Families of: Samantha McGinty, Mrs. Clara Mae Noble, Mrs. Carolyn Shelton, Mrs. Margarete Boyd, Mrs. Julia Lanham, Robert Osborne, Clarence Lassiter, Nancy Cauthen, John Wilbur Boyd and Werner Hostettler
          5.     Shackelford - Mosley (Moseley) Family Reunion - 2003
          6.     McGinty's Golden Anniversary
          7.     Samuel Manac (Moniac) Deposition - Donated by Rae Venable Calvert and Mary Ann Venable
                    David Moniac to Margaret Tait Deed
                    Article from Alabama Historical Reporter re. Moniacs
          8.     1846 - The "First" Pintlala Baptist Church" by Gary Burton
 
Volume 18 - Number 1 - January 2004
          1.     President's Message - Loss of Jamie Henry
          2.     January Program Presented by Susan Abram on William Bartram
          3.     PHA Mourns Loss of Vice-President Jamie Henry
          4.     Newest PHA Member - Mrs. Charles Roughton
          5.     Sympathy to Families of: Mrs. Beatrice Woodard, James Porter Henry, Lattrell Adams, and Dave Ward
          6.     Mrs. Woodard
          7.     Welcome, Pintlala Large Animal Services - Dr. Will Carter
          8.     The Pintlala Water System by Mary Lillian Rosier
          9.     A. B. McWhorter by Gary Burton
 
Volume 18 - Number 2 - April 2004
          1.     The Pintlala Community and Responding to Change
          2.     PHA Program - April 18, 2004 - Dr. Winston Pirtle, Rebecca Harris, etc. from Snowdoun Re: Protect Our Rural Neighborhoods and Lifestyles
          3.     Sympathy to Families of: Leslie Williams
          4.     Well Wishes
          5.     Earl & Janelle Adams Celebrate Golden Anniversary
          6.     Welcome New & Returning Officers and Board Members
          7.     PHA Annual Membership Dues
          8.     The January PHA Program - Dr. Susan Abram - Early American History
          9.     Jean Dean Donated Books to PHA Library
          10.     The Annual Bethlehem Cemetery Meeting
          11.     Concord Cemetery Organizational Meeting
          12.     Sacred Harp Singing at Pisgah
          13.     Ethel May Tankersley's Fourth Birthday
          14.     History of the Early Days of Fleta Masonic Lodge No. 223, F. & A.M., Fleta Alabama by Phillip Stabler, Edited & Revised by Alan M. Davis
 
Volume 18 - Number 3 - July 2004
          1.     Presdient's Message - Defusing a Myth & Accepting a Challenge
          2.     PHA Meet July 25 - Visit Winter-Loeb Building, Montgomery
          3.     Sympathy to Families of: Wayne Brackeen, Kadra R. Spear McKenzie, Llewellyn Duggar, Shelby Paulk & Catherine B. Sellers
          4.     Golden Anniversaries
          5.     Tabernacle Methodist Church Homecoming & Concord Methodist Church Cemetery Association
          6.     Butler Reunion in Edgefield, S. C. - August 14, 2004
          7.     Politically Correct
          8.     History of Fleta Lodge: The Mt. Carmel Era 1884 - 1922 by Alan M. Davis
 
Volume 18 - Number 4 - October 2004
          1.     President's Message
          2.     October PHA Meeting - Plants from Long Ago by Jack McGaughy
          3.     Shackelford - Mosley (Moseley) Family Reunion - 2004
          4.     Congratulations to Luke Cassady - Scholarship Winner
          5.     Welcome, Pintlala Business Service - Jean Ivy
          6.     Hurricane ivan
          7.     Best Wishes of the Season by Julianne Hataway
          8.     History of Fleta Lodge No. 223: The Fleta Era 1922 - Present by Alan M. Davis
 
Volume 19 - Number 1 - January 2005
          1.     President'a Message
          2.     January Meeting - "Writing Family Stories" by Tyson Thompson
          3.     Virginia Moore Celebrates her 100th Birthday
          4.     History in the Making - Members of Pintlala's Henry Family Honored
          5.     Vandals Strike a PHA Marker
          6.     Happy Birthday to Theresa Davis
          7.     Manac and His Tavern by Gary Burton
          8.     Pintlala Historical Marker Missing for Decades
          9.     Sympathy to Families of: Thelma B. Brady, Leon Hataway, Celia Bedsole, Sellers Dickman, John Shaw, Luther Norman, Mr. Lambert, Mrs. Billie Richey
          10.     Remembering Llewellyn Haynes (Llewie) Duggar
          11.     The Fleta Lodge
 
Volume 19 - Number 2 - April 2005
          1.     President's Message
          2.     April Program - Dr. Craig Mann speaking on Sam Manac
          3.     Thanks to Sandra Norman Lassiter
          4.     January Program - Tyson Thompson on Writing Family Stories
          5.     We are Grateful - Thanks to Workers
          6.     Barnes Family Holds Picnic
          7.     Henry Holmes, A Pintlala Plantation Owner, by Gary Burton
                    a.     Who is buried in the Holmes Plantation Burial Ground
                    b.     An early settler
                    c.     Land & slaves
                    d.     A missionary Baptist
                    e.     Turbulence in the Baptist family
          8.     Mrs. Parthenia A. Brady
          9.     Charles Gunter Guy
          10.     members of Sandy Ridge, Mt. Carmel and Fleta Masonic Lodge 1854 - 2005
 
Volume 19 - Number 3 - July 2005
          1.     Can you identify this photograph? - School with Styles Hopping Murrell as instructor
          2.     President's Message - Angelique Pugh
          3.     July PHA Program - Surveying in Montgomery County - Pat Moseley & Gary Burton
          4.     PHA Future Program - October - Placement and Unveiling of historic markers County Rd 42 - Teague Rd
          5.     Highway 31 Maps
          6.     Bonham's Tavern - A Review of leon Southerland's Presentation in His Book "The Federal Road" by Dr. William Craig Mann
          7.     Was Mrs. Bonham in Snowdoun or Pintlala? Gary Burton
          8.     Teague Rd: Milk Cans to Automobiles - by Alice T. Carter
          9.     Teague Family History
 
Volume 19 - Number 4 - October 2005
          1.     Photo - Pintlala School 1948 Graduating Class
          2.     President's Message - Gary Burton
          3.     PHA October Program - Teague Road Historical Markers
          4.     Confederate Soldiers with Pintlala Connections
          5.     New members: Martha P. Armstrong, Mr. & Mrs. John Holleman, Cynthia Ann McCall, Justin Martindale, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Russell, Jack Ryals, Mr. & Mrs. L. E. Ward
          6.     Identity of Federal Road Tavern - Keepers in Pintlala
          7.     Dairying in Montgomery County - Historical Overview
          8.     Old Picture Leads to Discoveries - Margery B. Henry
 
Volume 20 - Number 1 - January 2006
          1.     Photo - Maypole Dance, Pintlala Elementary School
          2.     President's Message
          3.     Christmas Open House at Ten Oads Farm - Ernest Garrett Home
          4.     PHA January Program - by Bob Bradley
          5.     Progress Report - Craig Mann's New Book
          6.     Teague Road Marker Program
          7.     Were Union Troops in Pintlala? by Gary Burton
                    a.     The B. J. Bonham Incident
                    b.     The Sophronia Shackelford Incident
                    c.     Historical Evidence
 
Volume 20 - Number 2 - April 2006
          1.     Students at Legrand School, c. 1915 - Photo
          2.     President's Message
          3.     PHA April Program - Field Trip to the home of Dr. & Mrs. Paul Moore
          4.     Kittye Brown McIntyre - Teacher - by Alice Carter
                    a.     McIntyre Family - Church Involvement - Providence Presbyterian Church
                    b.     Kittye Brown McIntyre's Family Life
 
Volume 20 - Number 3 - July 2006
          1.     1940's Talent Show at Pintlala School - Photo
          2.     Cover Photo
          3.     President's Message
          4.     PHA July Program
          5.     New Family Histories at Pintlala Library
          6.     Help Needed to Save Pioneer Concord Methodist Church Cemetery
          7.     Marker Placement - Robert D. & Margaret Vann Moseley
          8.     Photographs Requested
          9.     Grand - Mims - Moore House
          10.     Caesar (1769 - 1845) by Gary Burton
                    a.     John B. Blackwell
                    b.     The Federal Road & Pintlala's Bethel Church
                    c.     Caesar's Death & Burial
 
Volume 20 - Number 4 - October 2006
          1.     Prairie Place Plantation House - Stone Family - Photo
          2.     President's Message
          3.     PHA October Program - Field Trip to Prairie Place Plantation Home of Fred & Dianne Bush
          4.     Prairie Place Plantation, c. 1858
          5.     Interpretive Signage Program
          6.     Country Doctor's Office - Circa 1892 - Dr. Thomas Duncan
          7.     The Family of joel D. Davis by Clydetta Fulmer
 
Volume 21 - Number 1 - January 2007
          1.     Students at Robertson-Sankey School, circa 1910
          2.     President's Message
          3.     PHA October Program - Mary Ann Neeley will speak on Matthew P. Blue, Montgomery historian
          4.     Nov 15 Tornado Damages Local Cemeteries
          5.     Margaret Livingston Malloy Sankey: a Profile - Information provided by Jean Dean
          6.     The Slave Population and Farming of the Stone Plantations of Lowndes and Montgomery Counties 1840-1865 written by William Oliver Stone (Part 1)
 
Volume 21 - Number 2 - April 2007
          1.     1929 Pintlala Elementary School Pictures
          2.     President's Message - Pintlala's Old Federal Road Rediscovered
          3.     PHA April Program - Members asked to bring photos of people, places or events with connections to our South Montgomery County area. Photos must be at least 50 years old.
          4.     The Slave Population and Farming of the Stone Plantations of Lowndes and Montgomery Counties 1840-1865 written by William Oliver Stone (Part 2).
 
Volume 21 - Number 3 -July 2007
          1.     Abner C. McGehee (July 1, 1914 - Dec 1, 1988)
          2.     Presidents' Message
          3.     PHA July Program - "Sweet and Humorous Memories of Abnew C. McGehee" presented by Wallace Bush, Collins and Kate Olive Gordon
          4.     October 2007 Meeting - Tour Magnolia Crest, the Warren Henly Stone home and the Stone church which are on property now owned by GE Plastics in Burkeville.
          5.     In memoriam - Charles Hall
          6.     Electious Thompson (1750-1840) Revolutionary War Soldier and Church Planter in Central Alabama by Gary P. Burton
          7.     Where Is the Brandon Highway?

Volume 21 - Number 4 - October 2007
          1.     Six daughters of William Joseph and Alabama Pool Sellers in Front of Thomse Duncan Home, Fleta, Alabama
          2.     President's Message - Random Thoughts
          3.     History of Duncan/Strickland House, Fleta, Alabama by Alice Carter
 
Volume 22 - Number 1 - January 2008
          1.    Pintlala School 4-H Club (circa 1950)
          2.     President's Message - Random Thoughts
          3.     In Memoriam - Wilbur Clanton Mosley, Jr.
          4.     January PHA Meeting - James Fuller, Executive Director, Montgomery County Historical Society
          5.     Wade Hampton Allen (April 16, 1794 - June 21, 1851) by Gary Burton
 
Volume 22 - Number 2 - April 2008
          1.     The Duggar Family - c. 1960
          2.     President's Message - "Urgent and Progressive Matters"
          3.     Old Record Found and Returned by PHA Member - Montgomery County Board of Revenue (1875-1882)
          4.     PHA April Program - Dr. Edwin C. Bridges, Director, Alabama Department of Archives and History
          7.     The Duggar Family of Hope Hull and Beyond by Alice Carter
 
Volume 22 - Number 3 - July 2008
          1.     Albert Gallatin McGehee's "Prairie Home" built about 1863; burned in 1923 On Wasden Road near Pintlala Creek
          2.     President's Message
          3.     July PHA Meeting - "Cat Fights and Coffins, Stories of Alabama Courthouses" presented by Anne Herbert Feathers
          4.     Ramer Grange Minutes 1873 - 1876 presented by Joyce Black McGaha to the Montgomery County Historical Society
          5.     Old Film Recently Discovered - Pintlala Elementary School 1953
          6.     Clement Reade Venable, C.S.A. (1840-1888) and Virginia Alice McGehee Venable (1943-1934) and their descendants by Rae Venable Calvert
          7.     Cemeteries Placed on Alabama Historic Register: Haigler Cemetery, Graves Cemetery, Young Cemetery, McQueen Cemetery, Yankee Town Cemetery, and Burkville Methodist Church Cemetery.
 
Volume 22 - Number 4 - October 2008
          1.     Do you recognize any of these Mt. Carmel School Students? 1925-1926
          2.     President's Message
          3.     October's PHA Program - Dr. Charles Mitchell, Extension Agronomist with Auburn University since 1984. He will take us on a photographic trip through Alabama's agricultural history.
          4.     Old Film Recently Discovered - Pintlala Elementary School 1953
          5.     Book Donation - Pintlala Branch Library
          6.     Lewis E. Jones Genealogy Research at Pintlala Library
          7.     A Resolution Commending Thomas Ray
          8.     Pintlala School Archival Materials Shared with PHA
          9.     Excerpts from the Montgomery County Board of Revenue
          10.     About Mt. Carmel School    
 
Volume 23 - Number 1 - January 2009
          1.     Dot Davis (Cline), president of the Pintlala School Junior Red Cross Chapter receives a certificate of merit. Circa 1945
          2.     President's Message
          3.     January Program will feature Lyn Frazer, Archivist with the Montgomery County Probate Office.
          4.     About This Issue - includes the transcription of two news articles detailing the many endeavors of students at Pintlala School in support of the U.S. and its allies in WWII.
          5.     Letter Received - From Sarah (Tweet) Elizabeth Garrett Moore of Bogart, Georgia who is giving PHA her circa 1926 Pintlala School rhythm band cape and hat.
          6.     Wilkinsons Visit Pintlala - Bryant & Pat Wilkinson of Houston, TX.
 
Volume 23 - Number 2 - April 2009
          1.     Elementary School Children at Pintlala School dressed in costumes for a play. Circa 1920s.
          2.     President's Message - "Transitions and Truth"
          3.     April PHA Program - Linda Overman, Preservation Officer at Alabama Department of Archives and History will give us ideas on preserving our treasures (quilts, photo, etc.) safely.
          4.     In Memoriam - Hattie Norman McLaney Smith (Feb 15, 1923 - Jan 28, 2009);
                    William James (Jim) Edwards (1938-2009); Joy Henry Shelton (Sept 23, 1951-Feb 11, 2009)
          5.     Pintlala Elementary Info - Save Our School Task Force; History of Pintlala School
          6.     Pintlala/Hope Hull Communities by Alice T. Carter
          7.     Who was Alfred B. Colquitt?
          8.     Ricky McLaney Commentary on Photograph and Letter 1943 asking for hand in marriage from C. Knox McLaney, Jr. to Hattie Norman McLaney Smith, sent to Hattie mother and father.
 
Volume 24 - Number 1 - January 2010
          1.     Strata Church of Christ, date unknown. Originally Strata Academy, founded 1856
          2.     President's Message - "Random Thoughts"
          3.     January PHA Program - Lamar Hall, retired Assistant County Engineer with the Montgomery County Engineering Department, will present "Old Roads, Bridges, and Maps of Montgomery County."
          4.     Strata Academy, by Alice Carter
          5.     Elkanah Barnes (1797-1861) and his Pintlala Connections by Gary Burton
          6.     Old Southwest Montgomery County (mid-1800's) Map
          7.     Cool Springs Church orders pews in 1867, provided by Ricky McLaney
          8.     Photo (circa 1920s) of old Fleta Masonic Lodge located on the second floor of the old Sellers Store in Fleta, AL.
          9.     Pintlala Van Guards and the Mexican War 1846-1848 by Gary Burton
 
Volume 24 - Number 2 - April 2010
          1.     Photo Highland Home College, circa 1881
          2.     President's Message - "The Most Dangerous Thought Expressed"
          3.     April PHA Program - Gary P. Burton will present his paper "Pintlala's Cold Murder Case: the Death of Thomas Meredith"
          4.     Highland Home College by Lee Barnes
          5.     Follow up article to A. B. Colquitt in previous newsletter - A Prominent Farmer Killed by Train
          6.     Double Funeral Is Held at Fleta for Two Aged Women - 1916 News article provided by Ricky McLaney
          7.     Family Searches for Pintlala Descendants - Lawson Killough
          8.     Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church hosts 2nd Annual Celebration
          9.     Alice Carter plays vital role in Museum Exhibit
 
 
Volume 24 - Number 3 - July 2010
          1.     Photo of Hope Hull School, date unkown
          2.     President's Message - "A Sense of Place"
          3.     July PHA Program - Karren Pell, singer-songwriter, will present a sample of her original works.
          4.     Hope Hull Woman's Club, Federated 1921, General Federation 1923, by Alice T. Carter
 
Volume 24 - Number 4 - October 2010
          1.     Photo map of the Old Federal Road in Alabama, as plotted on modern county highway maps
          2.     President's Message - Random Thoughts
          3.     October PHA Program - Dr. Gregory A. Waselkov, Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Archaeological Studies at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, will present the team's findings following the Archaeological Survey of the Old Federal Road, particularly the location of Pintlala's Manac's Stand.
          4.     Manack Project in July 27, 2010
          5.     The Reverend Hope Hull: The Father of Methodism in Georgia, March 13, 1763 - October 4, 1818 - Part I by Gary P. Burton
 
Volume 25 - Number 1 - January 2011  
          1.     Gary Burton visited the gravesite of the Reverend Hope Hull in the Oconee Hill Cemetery in Athens, Georgia.
          2.     President's Message - Three New Resources for Local History are now Online
          3.     January PHA Program - Lee Anne Wofford from the Alabama Historical Commission will speak on the importance of documenting and preserving Alabama's historic building and cemeteries.
          4.     The Reverend Hope Hull: The Father of Methodism in Georgia, March 13, 1763 - October 4, 1818 - Part II by Gary P. Burton
 
Volume 25 - Number 2 - April 2011
          1.     Photo of Home of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Shackelford, ca. 1916., Pintlala Alabmaa
          2.     President's Message - "An Urgent Appeal and Other Things"
          3.     April PHA Program - Al Bouler, a local living-history historian, will portray Walter Lucas, tavern-keeper at Lucas Tavern once found on the Old Federal Road in Montgomery County.
          4.     News: Invitation to the third Christian community celebration on Armed Services Day at Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church; PHA receives the Anderson Family genealogy; death of Thomas L. Ray; new member, Betty R. Hadden of Amissville, Virginia; Mamie Sellers honored by the Montgomery Council of Aging.
          5.     The Shackelford Family of Pintlala, Alabama by Alice T. Carter
          6.     Shackelford Family Cemetery Listing
 
Volume 25 - Number 3 - July 2011
          1.     Photo of Charles Edward Crenshaw, II and Sons
          2.     President's Message - "Major Steps Over Several Months" - Photo of Old Bethel Baptist Church removed by Dr. Frank Shackelford in 1922
          3.     July PHA Program - V. Stephen Jones, Cultural Resources Technician in the Office of Archaeological Research at the University of Alabama will present a report on the excavation and relocation of a previously undocumented cemetery in Montgomery County just north of the Hope Hull community.
          4.     Shackelford Irony by Alice T. Carter and more Shackelford photos.
          5.     Crenshaw Recollections by Lee Barnes
          6.     Photos of the excavations for Pintlala's Manac Tavern Site, May 9-11, 2011
 
Volume 25 - Number 4 - October 2011 (Part 1) (Part 2) (Part 3)
          1.     Photos of William Henry Underwood and his wife, Ciddie Sellers Underwood
          2.     President's Message - "Miscellaneous Matters"
          3.     William Henry Underwood (February 7, 1872 - October 10, 1913) "Just in the Morning of His Day in Youth and Love He Died" - as reported in news articles from the Montgomery Advertiser, plus a commentary on the news articles.
          4.     Underwood Cemetery Listings
 
Volume 26 - Number 1 - January 2012
          1.     Photo of Pintlala Elementary School, circa 1920s
          2.     President's Message - "Two Matters"
          3.     January PHA Program - Carol King & Karren Pell will speak and autograph their new book, Montgomery - Then and Now.
          4.     Update on the PHA Tax Status
          5.     Joyce and Bill Nicoll have moved to Tennessee.
          6.     Reprint of History of Pintlala School
          7.     Two Hundreth Anniversary of the Completion of the Federal Road near Pintlala, November 30, 1811
          8.     Davis and Margery Henry featured in the Winter 2011 edition of Alfa Friends and Family.
          9.     Shackelford Cemetery listed on the Alabama Historical Cemetery Register.
          10.     Transcription from The Montgomery Advertiser, Montgomery County News - April 10, 1944 by Mildred Smith.
          11.     Information Supporting the Assumption for the Location of the Mt. Pleasant (Primitive) Baptist Church at Robertson's (Robinson's) Crossroads, Montgomery County, Alabama by Gary Burton
 
Volume 26 - Number 2 - April 2012
          1.     Photo of John Alexander Reddoch, 1930s
          2.     President's Message
          3.     April PHA Program - George C. Wallace, Jr. will present a program on his politically well known family and will discuss his current book, Governor George Wallace, The Man You Never Knew.
          4.     Reddoch Hatcher, Fleta, Alabama by Alice T. Carter.
          5.     Letter from Tweet Moore to PHA
          6.     The Story Behind Pintlala's Oldest Roadside Marker by Gary Burton.
          7.     Bill and Phyllis Armstrong and the Sunset Rangers Bring Country Music to Butler County by Annie Crenshaw.
 
Volume 26 - Number 3 - July 2012
          1.     Charles Chilion Davis Family, 1898, photo
          2.     President's Message
          3.     Charles Chilion Davis Letter, dated 1983
          4.     1926 News Article-Pintlala School Float
          5.     Commentary on Robert Allen Brady and His Confederate Service
 
Volume 26 - Number 4 - October 2012
          1.     Peter Alexander Brannon, photo
          2.     President's Message
          3.     Peter Alexander Brannon
          4.     Dr. John Hazard Henry: Inquiry
          5.     Pintlala Elementary 90th Anniversary
 
Volume 27 - Number 1 - January 2013
          1.     Winter in Pintlala, Tabernacle Methodist Church, Est. 1847, photo
          2.     President's Message
          3.     Historical Overview of Beulah Missionary Baptist Church
          4.     A Valuable Gift from Mr. Lyn James to PHA
          5.     Pintlala School Sign
          6.     Photos from Pintlala Elementary Birthday Celebration
 
Volume 27 - Number 2 - April 2013
  1. Triple portrait of Alexander H. Phillips (Princeton College, Class of 1851), Hugh William Henry (Princeton College, Class of 1851) and William Wallace Phillips, ca. 1850s (photo)
  2. President's Message
  3. Captain Hugh William Henry (1831-1916)
  4. Falconer Family
  5. Dr. Hugh William Henry / Hugh William Henry
  6. The Battle of Shiloh, letter from 22nd Alabama member
 
Volume 27 - Number 3 - July 2013
  1. Alice Todd (Carter) with young Pintlala 4-H members (Judy Massey, Marilyn Lazenby, Janelle Lassiter, Susan Parker) (Photo)
  2. President's Message
  3. Pintlala and the Mexican War - Bonham Cemetery - Cornelius Anderson
  4. James M. Curtis
  5. Dennis Allen and Family
  6. To Arms! To Arms! Alabama's Response to the Mexican War by Ronald Thomas
  7. Fifty Years Ago: Alice Todd Carter in Washington, D.C. by Gary Burton
  8. Pintlala Residents Lauded in Montgomery Independent Article (Fred and Dianne Bush)
 Volume 27 - Number 4 - October 2013
  1. Old covered bridge over Catoma Creek on Norman Bridge Road, builder, Job Norman (photo)
  2. President's Message
  3. Pioneer Settlers of Montgomery County, Alabama - Normans, Sellers, and McLaneys by Richard McLaney
  Volume 28 - Number 1 - January 2014               
  1. Margaret Truman appearance at the Sidney Lanier Auditorium, Nov 8, 1951 sponsored by Woman's Auxiliary of St. John's Episcopal Church Program (photo)
  2. President's Message
  3. Margaret Truman's Montgomery Concert With A Remembered Trip to Pintlala by Gary Burton
  4. Hamlet Fuller Expedition
  5. Eagles Soar in Pintlala
  6. Images from the Past (Mosley's Store Feb 1966, Pettus Rd near Mt. Carmel July 1009
 Volume 28 - Number 2 - April 2014
  1. Photograph of Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church, Montgomery County, Alabama
  2. From the President
  3. In Memoriam - Jean Stubbs Dean
  4. Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church, Montgomery County, Alabama by Alice T. Carter with contribution by Jeffrey C. Benton
  5. The Cemetery at Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church
Volume 28 - Number 3 - July 2014
 
     1.  Photograph of Mosley's Store, 1928
     2.  From the President
     3.  Pintlala, Mosley's STORE, and the Advent of the Automobile (Ray and Ruth Bozeman)
     4.  Now We Know What He Looked Like: Henry Holmes, Pintlala Plantation Owner
     5.  An Update from Dianne BUSH
     6.  PHA Program for July 2014 - Visit to Alabama Voices
     7.  The Rest of the  story - Walter Bozeman
     8.  You Can visit Now: Bethel Cemetery
     9.  Brooks Barrow: He Can Repair Gravestones Too
     10.  Lee Barnes at the Figh-Pickett House
     11.  Pictures of road convention of 1910 at Dr. Duncan's place on Union Academy Road
 
Volume 28 - Number 4 - October 2014
 
     1.  Possible photo of L. W. Davis and Shackelford Brothers
     2.  From the President
     3.  PHA Program for October 2014 - Col. Jeffrey Benton of Montgomery
     4.  Fleta Post Offices Revisited by Alice Carter
     5.  Hazel Norman's Memories
 
Volume 29 - Number 1 - January 2015
  1. President's Message
  2. New Member
  3. PHA Program for January 2015
  4. In Memoriam
  5. Memorial Gifts Presented to PHA
  6. A Few Bozemans in Montgomery County: A Small Branch From A Large Tree
 
 Volume 29 - Number 2 - April 2015
  1. President's Message
  2. Norman Bridge Road Book
  3. New Members
  4. PHA Program for April 2015
  5. Introduction - J. Harold Banks
  6. Travel Journal - Descent of Tallapoosa River
Volume 29 - Number 3 - July 2015
  1. President's Message
  2. PHA Program for July 2015
  3. New Members
  4. Scotland's Gift to Hope Hull, Alabama: The Gilchrist and McLean Families
Volume 29 - Number 4 - October 2015
  1. President's Message
  2. Canoe Trail Dedicated! Harold Banks, Author and Long-Time HOBE Supporter Honored
  3. New Members / In Memoriam
  4. PHA Program for October 2015
  5. Were Union Troops in Pintlala? - by Gary Burton
  6. Senator Renza M. Guy
  7. Callaway Cemetery
  8. Memories by M. L. Brower
Volume 30 - Number 1 - January 2016
  1. President's Message
  2. PHA Program for January 2016
  3. SAM MONIAC 101
  4. Excerpted Email from Tryon M. McLaney to Gary Burton
  5. ALFRED POOL, SR. - Pool and Sellers Descendants
  6. Old Homes in Fleta
  7. The Backstory to the Most Graphic Tombstone in Pintlala
  8. Bicentennial of Montgomery County
  9. War Eagle Steamship in 1870
Volume 30 - Number 2 - April 2016
  1. President's Message
  2. PHA Program for April 2016
  3. January 2016 Meeting
  4. Dues Notice
  5. New Members
  6. George Adkin Mosley
Volume 30 - Number 3 - July 2016
  1. President's Message
  2. PHA Program for July 2016
  3. Pintlala Book
  4. History of Pintlala Branch Library
  5. Covered Bridges on Pintlala Creek
  6. Cahawba Cemetery Mystery
  7. Stolen Cemetery Stone Back Where It Belongs
Volume 30 - Number 4 - October 2016
     1. President's Message
     2. PHA Program for October 2016
     3. Bicentennial Commemoration
     4. The Old Shackelford Mill on Pintlala Creek
     5. Update on Refurbishing Area historical Markers
     6. Pintlala Records Digitized and Searchable
     7. Thomas H. Edwards, Montgomery County Engineer
     8. Congratulations to PHA member, Ray Scott
     9. Welcome to New Members
     10. "A Rare Old Volume"
     11. Photos - Hope Hull Play Boys (1948?); Felix Marcus Tully Tankersley, Sr. Family Portrait, ca 1880; ?Hall, Mattie Scaife Sansom, ? Poole
 
Volume 31 - Number 1 - January 2017
     1. President's Message
     2. PHA Program for January 2017
     3. The Gathering Year
     4. Alabama History - Food for Thought
     5. PHA Website Reaches Far and Wide
     6. Welcome New Members
     7. Regarding Boguehomma Discussion
     8. Identification of Hope Hull Playboys
     9. High-Flying Crime in Pintlala
     10. Photos - Tombstone for Eugenia N. Midleton at Mt. Carmel Cemetery
 
Volume 31 - Number 2 - April 2017
     1. President's Message
     2. April 2017 Program
     3. The Gathering Year promotion
     4. Update to Mildred Smith Papers on the PHA website
     5. Welcome New Member
     6. Dues Reminder
     7. Maximillian C. Armstrong (1780-1858), First Postmaster in Montgomery County
     8. Maine Visitor's Search for Missing Moseley Marker
     9. Baptist Women of State Perform Fine Work (Antioch Baptist Church, Bethel Baptist Church, Elim Baptist Church, Rehoboth Baptist Church