Monroe County, AL
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Above you will find the towns/ communities that we currently have some information on. Below are the towns/ communities that we do not have information on. If you have anything you would like to contribute, such as photos, stories, histories, etc., please let me know (email link at top of page).
Axle, Backers Landing, Baileys Landing, Beatrice, Buena Vista, Burnt Corn, Chestnut, Chrysler, Claiborne, Claiborne Landing, Dale Ferry Landing, Drewry, Eliska, Eureka Landing, Excel, Finchburg, Foster Landing, Fountain, Franklin, Frisco City, Goodway, Halls Crossroads, Hixon, Homewood, Howard Landing, Hybart, Jeddo, Kalem, Keith, Kings Log Landing, Leggett Landing, Manistee, Megargel, Mexboro, Mexia, Mexia Crossing, Midway, Mineola, Monroeton, Monroeville, Mount Pleasant, Mount Pleasant Landing, Nadawah, Natchez, Old Salem, Old Texas, Ollie, Packer's Bend, Palmers Crossroads, Perdue Hill, Peterman, Pine Orchard, Pineville, Puryearville (historical), Renson, Riley, River Ridge, Scotland, Scratch Ankle, Tinela, Tunnel Springs, Turkestan (historical), Turnbull, Valley Estates, Vredenburgh, Wainwright, West Monroeville
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I do not live in Alabama so I am unable to help with your personal research questions. All the information I know about Monroe County is posted promptly on this site. Please visit the "Research Resources" section of this site. I would suggest that if you don't find the information your looking for here, that you join the email list and post your question on the query board. The more places you ask the question, the better your chances of getting an answer.
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