Monroe County Alabama

Monroe County Alabama Map

Monroe County Alabama Map


Monroe County Alabama, located in the southwest part of the state, has a population of 23, 068. The county seat is Monroeville Alabama. For thousands of years the area was inhabited by indigenous peoples. In historic times, it was primarily the territory of the Creek peoples, who became known to European-American settlers as one of the Five Civilized Tribes of the Southeast.



Monroe County Alabama Cities:

Monroeville, Alabama

Monroeville is the county seat of Monroe County. The town was initially known as Walker’s Mill and Store, named for Major Walker, the area’s first white settler. In 1832, the county seat was relocated to Monroeville from Claiborne on the Alabama River. The settlement was briefly renamed “Centerville” due to its location in the center of the county, but then it was formally changed to Monroeville. The town was not formally incorporated until April 15, 1899.

Monroe County Alabama Towns:

Beatrice Alabama

Excel Alabama

Frisco City Alabama

Vredenburg Alabama

Monroe County Alabama Communities:

Megargel Alabama

Peterman Alabama

Uriah Alabama

Buena Vista Alabama

Burnt Corn Alabama

Finchburg Alabama

Franklin Alabama

Goodway Alabama

Manistee Alabama

Mexia Alabama

Natchez Alabama

Old Salem Alabama

Old Texas Alabama

Perdue Hill Alabama

River Ridge Alabama

Scratch Ankle Alabama

Tunnel Springs Alabama

Wainwright Alabama

Monroe County Alabama Ghost Towns:

Claiborne Alabama

Situated near the Federal Road, Claiborne began during the Mississippi Territory period with a ferry over the river. During the Creek War a large stockade fort, named Fort Claiborne, was established at the site by General Ferdinand Claiborne. He used the fort as a base for the invasion of the Creek nation with the Regular Army of the United States, the Lower Tombigbee Militia, and friendly Choctaw. The community of Claiborne began in 1816, on the former fort site.

Source: Wikipedia contributors, “Claiborne, Alabama,” Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia

Bells Landing Alabama

Latitude N31 47.813′ Longitude W97 25.298′ 31.80337, -87.41109
Located five miles north of Franklin Alabama.
For addional information on the area, see:  Bell’s Landing Presbyterian Church at Bell’s Landing, AL (established 1819, present church built ca. 1927)

Finchburg Alabama

Dates from 1891. About two miles west-southwest of Wainwright Alabama

Location: 31.6426200658589, -87.51335713005668

Hixon Alabama

About four miles east-northeast of Claiborne Alabama.

31.57301666666667, -87.42605

Homewood Alabama

Latitude N31 22.179′ Longitude W87 35.962′ 31.36666666666667, -87.59933333333333

About six miles northeast of Chrysler Alabama. West of intersection of County Road 1 and railroad tracks.

Manistee Alabama

Manistee is an unincorporated community in Monroe County.Manistee was a logging town, and was home to the Manistee Mill Company, Bear Creek Mill Company and Runyan-Burgoyne Lumber Company.

Latitude N31 26.28′ Longitude W87 29.40′ / 31.441111, -87.494444
About five miles south-southwest of Perdue Hill Alabama.

Monroeton Alabama

Latitude N31 32.301′ Longitude W87 16.684′
About three miles east-northeast of Monroeville Alabama,

Monroe County Alabama Historic Destinations

Veterans Memorial Park


William Travis House

Perdue Hill

Monroe County Museum


Rickard’s Mill Historical Park


Monroe County Alabama Map



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