Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on War Claims.

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Other titlesMobile and Girard Railroad Company, War claim
SeriesH.rp.341
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
Pagination2 p.
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In Deed Book U, PageBullock County, Alabama, the Mobile and Girard Railroad was deeded to the Central of Georgia Railroad Company on November 26th, In the Assessment of Taxes on Real Estate and Personal Property Book for the year the Central of Georgia Railroad Company, Mobile and Girard Division was assessed taxes on road beds.

The records of the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company consist of: Minute books of the directors and stockholders, ; Annual report to the stockholders, ; Letter book, ; Stock certificate books, (scattered); Stock transfer ledger, ; Stock transfer ledger for Pike County, Alabama, ; Stock transfer journal, ; General account ledger.

The Pine Belt Southern Railroad (reporting mark PBRR) was a shortline railroad formerly operating on two disconnected track segments in east central Alabama. Upon its start in the railroad ran over a branch from Nuckols to Hurtsboro, a second branch was acquired, extending from Roanoke, Jct., near Opelika, to Lafayette, Alabama.

Headquarters: Shelbyville, Tennessee. The Central of Georgia Railway's ancestry can be traced to the industry's earliest days. As Richard Prince points out in his book, "Central of Georgia Railway And Connecting Lines," the city of Savannah had maintained a position as a longtime, prominent southern port.

It was first established in as the first colonial and state capital of Georgia. After graduating from St. John's University inGirard O'Malley was hired as a computer planner for the New York Telephone Company.

Eighteen years later, he changed careers and joined the Metro-North Railroad Mobile and Girard Railroad Company. book New York as a train mechanic. He often spoke of the many colorful characters there.4/5(9).

The Railroad Company was to pay for the lot or right of way by a certificate for shares of stock in the road.

Council subsequently reconsidered this action. A question of much interest and controversy during the fall and winter of this year was a second subscription of $, to the stock of the Girard Railroad (now called the Mobile. Mobile & Girard Railroad Company, annual reports,1 folder Montgomery Terminal and Street Railway, letterpress copybook, Montgomery retail store photographs,1 folder.

The following companies were merged into the new Central of Georgia Railway Company: Central Railroad and Banking Company, Savannah and Western Railroad, Savannah and Atlantic Railroad, Macon and Northern Railway, Mobile and Girard Railroad, and the Montgomery and Eufaula Railway.

The Central of Georgia Railway (reporting mark CG) started as the Central Rail Road and Canal Company in As a way to better attract investment capital, the railroad changed its name to Central Rail Road and Banking Company of Georgia.

This railroad was constructed to join the Macon and Western Railroad at Macon, Georgia, and run to Savannah. The work of surveying for the track of the Mobile & Girard Railroad was progressing this year.

The Enquirer of the 2d of July reported one hundred and sixty miles of the route then surveyed by Engineer Cooper, accompanied by the President, Maj. Hardaway; also that subscriptions obtained along the Mobile and Girard Railroad Company.

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In some cases (yards, stations, repair facilities, etc.) a railroad company might have purchased and owned land outright, but in the case of laying track from destination to destination, most simply. After graduating from St. John's University inGirard O'Malley was hired as a computer planner for the New York Telephone Company.

Eighteen years later, he changed careers and joined the Metro-North Railroad in New York as a train : Overview Stock certificates, shipping receipts, and correspondence related to the operation and history of seven Alabama railroads: the Mobile & Alabama Grand Trunk Railroad Company, the Alabama & Mississippi Rivers Railroad, the Mobile & Girard Railroad Company, the Montgomery Southern Railway, the Tennessee & Alabama Railroad, the Atlanta & West Point Railroad, and the Montgomery Traction.

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The suit retailer started their company in the s by selling clothes for slaves to slave traders. Norfolk Southern Rail Road: Two companies (Mobile & Girard and the Central of Georgia) became part of Norfolk Southern. Mobile & Girard paid slave owners $ to rent their slaves to the railroad for a year.

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