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Cleburne County Courthouse, Heflin,
Alabama (Built 1907)
Cleburne County was established on December 6,
1866, with the County Seat at Edwardsville. It was named in honor of Major
General Patrick Cleburne, of Arkansas. In the early 1900s, the county seat
was moved to Heflin.
* Edwardsville * Fruithurst * Heflin * Ranburne * Hollis Crossroads *
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