Butler County Map

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Butler County, Alabama




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Butler County was created by the first session of the Alabama legislature on Dec. 13, 1819 from parts of Monroe and Conecuh Counties.


It was named for Capt. William Butler, a soldier of the Creek War of 1813-14. The county seat is located at Greenville, which was originally named Buttsville. Other towns and communities include Chapman, McKenzie, and Georgiana.

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