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County was established on 10 December 1812 and named in honor
of General John Clarke of Georgia. The county seat is Grove
The county is the third largest in the state,
encompassing 1,238 square
Cities, Towns and
Campbell **Carlton **
Coffeeville ** Dickinson ** Fulton
Gainestown ** Grove
Hill ** Jackson **
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July 2014: Mil: Civil War:
Southern Claims Commission Applicants
June 2014: Bio: NEWMAN -
Transcribed by Kim Mohler
May 2014: Bio:
April 2014: History: Water
Mills of Clarke County in 1886
January 2014: Crime News:
MEACHAMITE Outlaws; Known Newspapers of
Archived Updates 2008
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The Clarke County
Courthouse is located on 114 Court Street
114 Court Street
Grove Hill, Alabama
Phone: (251) 275-3251
Copies are $1 each;
certification is an additional $3 per instrument.
County Historical Museum is located
116 West Cobb Street
Grove Hill, AL
genealogical and archive information!
108 Dubose Avenue
Grove Hill, AL
Available Records in
the Probate Office:
beginning in 1814; groom's name and approximate year are
required when requesting a search.
Will and estate
records beginning in 1814.
(incomplete) for Confederate and Revolutionary War
cemetery listings and transcriptions.
records and physician's certificates
Deed and mortgage
records beginning in 1814
Loose records from
In the genealogy
records room downstairs, records available include: