PATRON + [vintage pics] This Alabama county was established, abolished, and went through three name transitions

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  1. Thank you for info. I’m 56 years old and been in Alabama all my life and have never heard this. Very interesting

  2. I was asked by a linguist professor at Auburn University, where I was from, western Fayette County or Lamar County. I replied how can you tell? He said it was the was I pronounced “white”. We are connected by common dialect.

  3. […] There were a few plantations concentrated along the Buttahatchee River in the southern part of the Marion county that became Lamar County in 1867 (first formed as Sanford and Jones County). […]

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