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County is the least populous county in the U.S. state of
Alabama. As of 2000 the population was 9,974.
Greene County was
established on December 13, 1819 and named in honor of
Revolutionary War General Nathanael Greene of Rhode
Its county seat is Eutaw.
* Boligee * Crawford Fork * Eutaw *
Forkland * Union
October 2014: Bio:
Sept 2014: Bio:
August 2014: Bio: SEAY;
Obit: SEAY, WILLIAMS; Crime
July 2014: Mil: Civilwar:
Southern Claims Commission
May 2014: Obit: ROSS -
Transcribed by Liz Dellinger
April 2014: Obits: GILL,
PICKENS, HICKS, STEELE, BROWN
February 2014: List of Known
Newspapers of Greene County
Archived Updates 2008 -