7 comments

  1. Doesn’t quite have the same ring.

  2. […] Judge Mudd died September 2, 1884, in Birmingham, and is buried in the Elyton cemetery, Jefferson County, Alabama. Birmingham was almost named Muddtown after Judge Mudd. […]

  3. […] after the settlement of Jones Valley a trace leading from Old Town to Mudd Town, on the Cahaba River, now owned by Rev. John Caldwell, (ca. 1887) and crossing the Shades Mountain, […]

  4. my mom always use to tell me she thought the old baseball tell “casey at bat’ was set in Birmingham.because the ham was once called muddtown…

  5. The photograph of downtown is mirror image and needs to be flipped.

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