Hale County (33)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Hale County was created on 1867.

The county seat is in Greensboro, AL.,
and the county is 644 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  FIPS Code: 01065

  Information about Hale County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Hale County.

 

There are 17 Historic Markers in Hale County.

Dr. Benjamin M. Dugger, 1872-1956   -   AHA 
  on County Road 12 west of State Highway 69, Prairieville, Alabama WM5YFD      

Forrest's Railroad   -   AHA 
  Greensboro      

Freetown   -   AHA 
  U.S. 80 2 miles east of State Highway 69, Gallion, Alabama WMKGYK      

Gayle-Tunstall House   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Main Street and Ward Street, Greensboro, AL      

Greene Springs School   -   AHA 
  Ala. Hwy 60      

Greensboro Presbyterian Church   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Main Street and Demopolis Street, Greensboro, AL      

Hobson Bethel Methodist Church   -   AHA 
  Newbern      

Magnolia Grove   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Hobson Street and Main Street, Greensboro, AL      

Moundville   -   AHC 
        

Moundville   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Mound Parkway and State Highway 69, Moundville, Alabama      

Newbern Baptist Church   -   AHA 
  Newbern      

Oak Grove School   -    
  On Oak Grove Rd, west of County 69, Gallion, Alabama WM7NF9      

Old Erie   -   AHA 
        

Saint Paul's Episcopal Church Southern University   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Church Street and South Street, Greensboro, AL      

Southern University   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of State Street (State Highway 69) and Amory Street, Greensboro, AL      

St. Andrew's Church (Episcopal) — Prairieville —   -    
  on County Road 12 west of State Highway 69, Prairieville, Alabama WM5YFC      

The Alabama Baptist State Convention   -   AHA 
  Ala. Hwy 14, Greensboro      

 

M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.

 

Other Hale County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History