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Mobile County Alabama
Mobile County is the second most-populous county in the U.S. state of Alabama. Its county seat is Mobile. The county is named in honor of the indigenous Maubila tribe.
After more than a century of European settlement, Mobile County was organized by the legislature and the proclamation of Governor Holmes of the Mississippi Territory on December 18, 1812. When Mississippi was separated and admitted as a state on December 10, 1817, after adopting its constitution on August 15, 1817, Mobile County became part of what was called the Alabama Territory. Two years later, the county became part of the state of Alabama, granted statehood on December 14, 1819.
Mobile City Hall
CITIES, TOWNS, AND POPULATED PLACES
* Bayou La Batre * Chickasaw * Citronelle * Creola * Dauphin Island * Mobile (county seat) *
* Mount Vernon * Prichard * Saraland * Satsuma * Semmes *
* Axis * Belle Fontaine * Bucks * Calvert (partly in Washington County) * Chunchula * Grand Bay *
* Gulfcrest * Movico * Theodore * Tillmans Corner * Alabama Port * Cloverdale * Coden *
* Crawford * Eight Mile * Fernland * Heron Bay * Irvington * Kushla * Le Moyne *
* Lloyds * Mauvilla * Mon Louis * Pennsylvania * St. Elmo * Union Church * Whistler * Wilmer*
* Beaver Mills *
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- Website Updates:Apr 2017: Misc Records: 1923 County OfficersMar 2017: Marriage News: YOU, LOCKWOODDec 2016: Marriage News: PATTEN, CARR; Death News: DAVIS, GRACE, LAWSON, SANFORDSept 2016: Death Record: ABBELL; Bios: KANE, MILLING, BROWN, DANNER, VASS; Obits: ROBERTS, MYERS, SEMMES, O'SULLIVAN, HERAFELDApr 2016: News: Weather; |Advertisements; Bio: SMITH; Death: THOMPSON; Military: World War I: Rainbow Division and Knights of Columbus Honor ListMar 2016: Revolutionary War Soldiers: BROOKS, HICKS, LEWIS, ROWE, TUGGLE, WALDEN, WALDRON, WARD, WAGSTER, WARSHAM, WATTS, WEBSTER, WHITEFIELD, WICKERS, WILDER, WILKINSON, WILLIAMS, WILSON, WOOD, WOODS, WORSHAM, YEOMAN
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