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Alabama Genealogy By County

Autauga County Nov. 21, 1818 Montgomery Prattville
Baldwin County Dec. 21, 1809 Washington, Florida Bay Minette
Barbour County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation, Pike Clayton
Bibb County Feb. 7, 1818 Originally Cahawba Centreville
Blount County Feb. 6, 1818 Creek Nation Oneonta
Bullock County Dec. 5, 1866 Barbour, Macon, Montgomery, Pike Union Springs
Butler County Dec. 13, 1819 Monroe, Conecuh Greenville
Calhoun County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation, originally Benton Anniston
Chambers County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation Lafayette
Cherokee County Jan. 9, 1836 Cherokee Nation Centre
Chilton County Dec. 30, 1868 Autauga, Bibb, Perry, Shelby Clanton
Choctaw County Dec. 29, 1847 Sumter, Washington Butler
Clarke County Dec. 10, 1812 Mississippi Territory Grove Hill
Clay County Dec. 7, 1866 Randolph, Talladega Ashland
Cleburne County Dec. 6, 1866 Calhoun, Randolph, Talladega Heflin
Coffee County Dec. 29, 1841 Dale Elba
Colbert County Feb. 6, 1867 Franklin Tuscumbia
Conecuh County Feb. 13, 1818 Monroe Evergreen
Coosa County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation Rockford
Covington County Dec. 17, 1821 briefly renamed Jones Andalusia
Crenshaw County Nov. 30, 1866 Butler, Coffee, Covington, Pike, Lowndes Luverne
Cullman County Jan. 24, 1877 Blount, Morgan, Winston Cullman
Dale County Dec. 22, 1824 Covington, Henry Ozark
Dallas County Aug. 9, 1814 Creek Nation Selma
Dekalb County Jan. 9, 1836 Cherokee Nation Fort Payne
Elmore County Feb. 15, 1866 Autauga, Coosa, Montgomery, Tallapoosa Wetumpka
Escambia County Dec. 10, 1868 Baldwin, Conecuh Brewton
Etowah County Dec. 7, 1866 originally Baine Gadsden
Fayette County Dec. 20, 1824 Tuscaloosa, Marion Fayette
Franklin County Feb. 6, 1818 Cherokee & Chickasaw Nations Russellville
Geneva County Dec. 26, 1868 Dale, Henry, Coffee Geneva
Greene County Dec. 13, 1819 Marengo, Tuscaloosa Eutaw
Hale County Jan. 30, 1867 Greene, Marengo, Perry, Tuscaloosa Greensboro
Henry County Dec. 13, 1819 Conecuh Abbeville
Houston County Feb. 9, 1903 Dale, Geneva, Henry Dothan
Jackson County Dec. 13, 1819 Cherokee Nation Scottsboro
Jefferson County Dec. 13, 1819 Blount Birmingham
Lamar County Feb. 4, 1867 Marion, Fayette, Pickens Vernon
Lauderdale County Feb. 6, 1818 Cherokee & Chickasaw Nations Florence
Lawrence County Feb. 6, 1818 Cherokee & Chickasaw Nations Moulton
Lee County Dec. 5, 1866 Chambers, Macon, Russell, Tallapoosa Opelika
Limestone County Feb. 6, 1818 Cherokee & Chickasaw Nations Athens
Lowndes County Jan. 20, 1830 Butler, Dallas, Montgomery Hayneville
Macon County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation Tuskegee
Madison County Dec. 13, 1808 Cherokee & Chickasaw Nations Huntsville
Marengo County Feb. 6, 1818 Choctaw Nation Linden
Marion County Feb. 13, 1818 Tuscaloosa Hamilton
Marshall County Jan. 9, 1836 Blount, Jackson, Cherokee Nation Guntersville
Mobile County Aug. 1, 1813 West Florida Mobile
Monroe County June 29, 1815 Creek Nation Washington Monroeville
Montgomery County Dec. 6, 1816 Monroe Montgomery
Morgan County Feb. 6, 1818 Cherokee Nation Decatur
Perry County Dec. 13, 1819 Montgomery Marion
Pickens County Dec. 19, 1819 Tuscaloosa Carrollton
Pike County Dec. 7, 1821 Henry, Montgomery Troy
Randolph County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation Wedowee
Russell County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation Phenix City
Saint Clair County Dec. 18, 1832 Shelby Pell City
Shelby County Feb. 7, 1818 Montgomery Columbiana
Sumter County Dec. 18, 1832 Choctaw Nation Livingston
Talladega County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation Talladega
Tallapoosa County Dec. 18, 1832 Creek Nation Dadeville
Tuscaloosa County Feb. 7, 1818 Cherokee & Choctaw Nations Tuscaloosa
Walker County Dec. 20, 1824 Marion, Tuscaloosa Jasper
Washington County June 4, 1800 Mississippi Territory Chatom
Wilcox County Dec. 13, 1819 Monroe, Dallas Camden
Winston County Feb. 12, 1850 Walker Double Springs


Extinct Alabama Counties

Baine County Baine County was discontinued in 1867, and the land incorporated into Etowah County in 1868.
Baker County Baker County was created in 1868. The name was changed to Chilton County in 1874.
Benton County Benton County was created in 1832, its name was changed to Calhoun County on Jan. 29, 1858.
Cabela County Cabela County was created in 1818. The name was changed to Bibb County two years later.
Cotaco County Cotaco County was created in 1818 and named for a local Indian chief, it was renamed Morgan County in 1821
Hancock County Hancock County was formed in 1850, it's name was changed to Winston in 1858.
Jones County Jones County was created on Feb. 4, 1867. It was abolished on Nov. 3, 1867. Almost a year later, on Oct. 8, 1868, Sanford County was created from what had been Jones County. In 1877, the name was changed to Lamar County
Sanford County Sanford County was established on Oct. 8, 1868, Sanford County was created from what had been Jones County. In 1877, the name was changed to Lamar County


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