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Lowndes County, Alabama was established on January 20, 1830.
Its name is in honor of William Lowndes, a member of the United States Congress from South Carolina.
Its county seat is Hayneville.

Towns and Cities:

* Benton * Fort Deposit * Gordonville * Hayneville * Letohatchee
* Lowndesboro * Mosses * White Hall




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Website Updates:
December 2014: Family Stories: JAMES REID - submitted by Lisa Moon; Bio: MATTHEWS; ISBELL
August 2014: Crime News: Death News: MEANS, GUNTER, GILMORE,
July 2014: Military: Civilwar: Southern Claims Commission Applicants; Obit: HUDSON
April 2014: History: Water Mills of Lowndes County in 1886
March 2014: Death News: BROADNAX, Crime News
February 2014: Bio: HUNTER, MARTIN; List of Known Newspapers of Lowndes County

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