ALGenWeb: Coosa County

to Coosa County, Alabama

This site is part of the USGenWeb and ALGenWeb project


 Billy Foster  is the county coordinator 
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Coosa County was created in 1832 from 
lands ceded in the Creek Indian 
Treaty of Cusseta and from parts 
of Montgomery County.
Hernando DeSoto was probably the
first white man to visit what is 
now Coosa County.

It is named for the Coosa River
which forms the county's western
boundary with Chilton county.

The county seat is Rockford 
which was originally named Pondalassa.

Other cities are: 
Goodwater(the largest), 
Equality, Kellyton and Weogufka.

Places of interest include:
Hatchet Creek which is known for
its beds of Cahaba Lily

Old Rock Jail in Rockford

 Oakachoy covered bridge



 Church Records
Family Data and Biographies 
 Miscellaneous Records
Ethnic Links
Other Links
Births, Marriage and Death Records
Map Links
 Land & Deed Records
Subscribe to the Coosa Mail List
Court, Estate, Probate Records and Wills
Home pages with 
Coosa Info
County Statistics from the University of Alabama at Huntsville 
National Registry of Historical Places-Coosa 
Photo Album
Adoption Links
 The Coosa County News


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updated January 15, 2006