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Butler County

Dec. 13, 1819
Formed from:
Monroe County
and Conecuh county

Part of territory
taken to establish:
Lowndes County (1830)
Crenshaw County (1866)

Bounded by:
Lowndes County
Crenshaw County
Covington County
Conecuh County
Monroe County
Wilcox County

County Seat:
(was originally
named Buttsville)
Other Communities:

Population (2000):

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  • Cemetery Records

    Butler County, Alabama Cemeteries

    Butler County, Alabama Cemeteries

    St. Luke Cemetery, St. Luke AME Zion Church, Butler County

    Greenville Baptist Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama. Compiled by the LDS Southern States Mission and published in 1946.

  • Census Records

    Butler County, Alabama 1850 Census Index

    1850 Slave Schedules - Butler & Conecuh Counties, Alabama

    Autauga, Baldwin, Barbour, Benton, Bibb, Blount, Butler, and Chambers Counties, Alabama 1850 Federal Population Census Slave Schedules. Digital images of microfilm Reel 0017.

    Butler County, Alabama 1860 Census (partial)

  • Military Records

    The 60th Alabama Infantry, Civil War Rosters Companies A - K. Pike, Coosa, Montgomery, Chambers, Henry, Butler, and Lowndes Counties, Alabama; and Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.

    Company C, 17th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Butler County, Alabama

  • Vital Records

    Butler County, Alabama Marriage Records 1853-1858 : Groom's Index - Bride's Index

    Butler County, Alabama Marriage Records 1858-1864 : Groom's Index - Bride's Index

    1853-1930 Selected Marriages, Butler County, Alabama

    Butler County, Alabama Marriages, Book 1, 1891

    1860 Butler County, Alabama Deaths (pdf document)

    Federal death records of Alabama, 1860. : Autauga, Baldwin, Barbour, Bibb, Blount and Butler Counties.

    Butler County, Alabama Obits & Births Abstracted from Various Newspapers

  • Miscellaneous Records

    Black Families of Alabama's Black Belt : Butler County

    Butler County, Alabama Migrations Project

    Butler County, Alabama Newspaper March 16, 1859 -July 3, 1861, Southern Messenger, Greenville Alabama

    Butler County, Alabama Newspaper April-December 1860, The South Alabamian, Greenville, Alabama

    Butler County, Alabama Newspaper December 1866 - 1868, The Greenville Advocate

    Assorted Butler County, Alabama Newspaper Articles 1902-1926

    Assorted Butler County, Alabama Newspaper Articles 1914-1937

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