Cleburne County Alabama
Cleburne County was established on December 6, 1866, by an act of the state legislature. The county was made from territory in Benton (now Calhoun), Randolph, and Talladega counties. Heflin Alabama is the county seat.
Cleburne County is the fourth-smallest county in Alabama by land area and second-largest by total area. Cleburne County is home to Alabama’s highest natural point on Cheaha Mountain which is part of the southernmost mountain range in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Towns: Edwardsville, Fruithurst, Ranburne
Communities: Hollis Crossroads, Ai, Arbacoochee, Hopewell, Liberty Hill, Muscadine
Historic Places in Cleburne County
Cleburne County Courthouse
John Morgan House
Shoal Creek Church
Landmarks and Heritage Properties in Cleburn County
Cheaha Observation Tower
Colonial Cottage (John Morgan house)
Striplin Gold Mines and Carr Creek Place
|Shoal Creek |
TWO BIG STILLS ARE DESTROYED