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Washington County in Tombigbee
District was established by proclamation of
Governor Winthrop Sargent of the Mississippi
Territory on June 4, 1800, making it the oldest
county in the State of Alabama.
The county was
named in honor of George Washington, first
President of the United States of America.
Washington County is home to the site of Old
Saint Stephens, the first territorial capital of
Its county seat is Chatom.
* Chatom * McIntosh *
Millry * Vinegar Bend * Leroy
Military: Civilwar: Southern Claims Commission
June 2014: Bio:
LIPSCOMB - Transcribed by R. Ramos
History: Water Mills of Washington County in
Feb 2014: St
Stephens data; Known
Newspapers of Washinton County
Archived Updates 2008 -