1. […] In 1900, by an Act of the Legislature of Alabama, the county seat was  relocated in the City of Bay Minette but the people of Daphne resisted the change. In order to relocate the County Seat in Bay Minette, […]

  2. […] School was a “Class B” Normal School, permanently established in the town of Daphne, Baldwin County, “for the education of white male and female teachers.” The governor, superintendent of […]

  3. […] Bay Minette was incorporated under the municipal code of 1907 and is the third county seat the county has had since 1809. Blakely was the first, and Daphne the second. Bay Minette was chosen by the legislature, February 5, 1901. In 2001, the Baldwin County courthouse cornerstone laid by the Masons of Alabama was opened and the… […]

  4. I found a small (~4″) replica of cornerstone laying trowel for Post Office , mobile, Ala., feb.13, 1915, grand lodge A,F, & A,M, of alabama with straight pin at end of handle. Any interest in or meaning of this as I would like to send to right collector in Ala if wanted. Any help is appreciated.

  5. […] Baldwin County, Alabama celebrated 100 years – and opened the courthouse cornerstone – see what … […]

  6. 100 yrs? I thought it’s one of the oldest in the state, and most are around 200 yrs.

    1. Wow! That was a doozy of a typo. Duh… Thanks for catching.