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Bullock County Alabama Map

Bullock County Alabama

 

Bullock County Alabama Map

Bullock County Alabama Map

Bullock County Alabama has a population of 10,914. In 1867, Union Springs was chosen as the county seat. Its name is in honor of Colonel Edward C. Bullock of Barbour County.

 

Bullock County Alabama Cities:

Union Springs, Alabama

The area that became Union Springs was first settled by white men after the Creek Indian removal of the 1830s. Twenty-seven springs watered the land, giving rise to the name of Union Springs. The city was incorporated on January 13, 1844. When Bullock County was formed in 1866, voters selected Union Springs as the county seat.

Union Springs is located in southeastern Alabama near the center of Bullock County. The city is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 82 and U.S. Route 29. Route 82 leads east 40 miles to Eufaula and northwest 46 miles to Montgomery, the state capital. Route 29 leads north 23 miles to Tuskegee and southwest 40 miles to Troy. The source of the Conecuh River is within the city limits.

 

Bullock County Alabama Towns:

Midway, Alabama

The earliest settler in Midway, originally located in Barbour County, was likely Samuel Feagin, who became a land broker and the first postmaster. Feagin’s son, James Madison Feagin organized the Midway Guards during the Second Creek War (1836-37) when many homes in the area were burned and settlers were driven off their land by the Creeks. The outfit would become the Midway Southern Guards and join the Fifteenth Alabama Infantry Regiment, which fought in many important Civil War battles in Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia. By 1838, the first post office had been established, and the area apparently was already called Midway. The Battle of Pea River, a conflict during the Second Creek War (1836-37), took place in the area in 1837.

Bullock County Alabama Communities:

Blues Old Stand, Alabama

Blues Old Stand is an unincorporated community in Bullock County. The main road through the community is U.S. Route 29 in Alabama, but also includes Bullock County Roads 14 and 19.

Fitzpatrick, Alabama

Inverness, Alabama

Perote, Alabama

Smut Eye, Alabama

Thompson, Alabama

Bullock County Alabama Sites Of Interest

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Union Springs Alabama: 32.140113, -85.712804
Smut Eye Alabama: 31.978280, -85.650710
Smut Eye Plantation: 31.952183, -85.755856
Blues Old Stand Alabama: 31.985000, -85.716944
Perote Alabama: 31.947778, -85.705278
Aberfoil Community: 32.095556, -85.748333
Fitzpatrick Alabama: 32.216667, -85.888889
Thompson Alabama: 32.185278, -85.818056
Midway Alabama: 32.074404, -85.520238
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Aberfoil Community

Aberfoil Community

The town of Aberfoil was incorporated January 26, 1839, in then Macon County, with the first election for councilors conducted and managed by Lewis Stoudenmire, Charles G. Lynch, Thomas Scott, David Hudson, and A. J. and E. A. Jackson. Aberfoil was the first town incorporated within the present boundaries of Bullock County, and was one of three sites considered for the county seat in 1867.

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Blues Old Stand Alabama

Blues Old Stand Alabama

According to one account, Blues Old Stand was named for a man named Blue who kept a store known locally as the 'stand'.

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Fitzpatrick Alabama

Fitzpatrick Alabama

Fitzpatrick is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Bullock County, Alabama.

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Midway Alabama

Midway Alabama

Midway is a town located in eastern Bullock County, Alabama, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 499.

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Perote Alabama

Perote Alabama

This community, settled during the mid-1830s, was first called Fulford’s Cross Roads, then Missouri Cross Roads when a post office was established here in 1846. The name Perote, adopted in 1850, was suggested by veterans returning from the Mexican War (1846-48), who remembered a citadel in Mexico by that name. Incorporation followed in 1858.

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Smut Eye Alabama

Smut Eye Alabama

Smuteye or Smut Eye is an unincorporated community in Bullock County, Alabama, United States. It is northeast of Perote. Smuteye is located in ZIP code 36061, but residents now use a mailing address in Banks 36005. Smuteye Pond and Smuteye Lake are located north of Smuteye and south of Aberfoil.

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Smut Eye Plantation

Smut Eye Plantation

County Road 19, Banks, Bullock County, AL, United States
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Thompson Alabama

Thompson Alabama

Thompson, also known as Thompson Station, is an unincorporated community in Bullock County, Alabama, United States. Thompson was incorporated on September 8, 1883, and its charter was repealed in July 1919. A post office was operated in Thompson from 1878 to 1954.

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Union Springs Alabama

Union Springs Alabama

The area that became Union Springs was first settled by white men after the Creek Indian removal of the 1830s. Twenty-seven springs watered the land, giving rise to the name of Union Springs. The city was incorporated on January 13, 1844. When Bullock County was formed in 1866, voters selected Union Springs as the county seat.

Union Springs is located in southeastern Alabama near the center of Bullock County at 32°8'24.407" North, 85°42'46.094" West (32.140113, -85.712804).[4] The source of the Conecuh River is within the city limits.

The city is located at the intersection of U.S. Route 82 and U.S. Route 29. Route 82 leads east 40 miles (64 km) to Eufaula and northwest 46 miles (74 km) to Montgomery, the state capital. Route 29 leads north 23 miles (37 km) to Tuskegee and southwest 40 miles (64 km) to Troy.

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