Forest Home Alabama

Forest Home Alabama

Forest Home Alabama

Forest Home is an unincorporated small community located on County Road 7 in northwestern Butler County, Alabama. 
Forest Home Alabama History

The Butler Massacre – Forest Home, AL
in Alabama Historical Markers

N 31° 50.308 W 086° 52.949
16R E 511119 N 3522537
Quick Description: Replacement marker describing the history of the naming of Butler County and its namesake. On March 20, 1818, Capt. William Butler, Capt. James Saffold, William Gardener, Daniel Shaw and John Hinson left Fort Bibb to meet Col. Sam Dale. They were attacked near Pine Barren Creek by Savannah Jack and his warriors. Gardener and Shaw were shot dead; Butler and Hinson wounded.

Argo Alabama

Argo Alabama is a town in Jefferson and St. Clair counties, Alabama, United States. It incorporated in 1987. At the 2010 census the population was 4,071

Magnolia Springs Alabama

Magnolia Springs Alabama

Magnolia Springs Alabama

Magnolia Springs is a town in south Baldwin County. The town voted to incorporate in 2006. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 723. Magnolia Springs Alabama History

Magnolia Springs is located at the headwaters of the Magnolia River, which was originally called River de Lin, or River del Salto by local residents. Various boats and steamships brought travelers into the area.

Confederate Soldiers of the Perote Guards Posing With an Artillery Piece in the Perote Sand Batteries Near Mobile, Alabama (1861)

Perote Alabama

The Perote Guards were organized in 1859 in Perote, presently in Bullock County, Alabama. The first Captain was George William Dawson. They were sent to Pensacola, Florida, where they became Company D of the 1st Alabama Infantry Regiment. The 1st Alabama Infantry surrendered on April 7, 1862, at Island No. 10.

Digital Alabama Guide to Pine Apple Alabama

Pine Apple, Alabama

Pine Apple, Alabama
Visit Pine Apple….. The home of Friendship, Southern hospitality and Welcome! Pine Apple is a town in eastern Wilcox County,Alabama, located 20 miles East of Camden on Alabama Highway #10 and 20 miles West of Greenville from exit 128 off Interstate I-65. From the mid-1850s to the early twentieth century, Pine Apple was one of many Black Belt communities nourished by the cotton industry. Pine Apple, Alabama History
Founded in 1825, the town of Pine Apple became a regional commercial center due to its strategic location as the end of the Selma, Alabama to Pensacola, Florida Railroad line from 1871 to the 1890s.

Semmes Alabama: the place we call home

Semmes Alabama

Semmes Alabama
Semmes is a city in western Mobile County, Alabama, in the Mobile metropolitan statistical area. Formerly an unincorporated community, voters in Semmes approved incorporation of a part of the community as the city of Semmes on August 17, 2010. The town was officially declared incorporated on May 2, 2011. The city covers 2,100 acres. The current Mayor is David Baker. Semmes Alabama Demographics
The population of Semmes, Alabama is:

 78.2% White
10.2% Hispanic or Latino, and
6.28% two or more races.

Post office in Mooresville, Alabama, United States. This building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing property in the Mooresville Historic District.

Mooresville Alabama

Mooresville Alabama is home to two historic churches, including the old white clapboard Church of Christ where President James A. Garfield once preached. The Brick Church, the Post Office, and the Stagecoach Inn and Tavern are maintained by the town’s residents in an effort to preserve some pieces of history. Often referred to as “Alabama’s Williamsburg,” the entire town of Mooresville is now included in the current listings of the National Register of Historic Places.