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William Ogly built his cabin near this site at Poplar Springs along the Federal Road, and was killed here with most of his family on March 13, 1818. His friend Eli Stroud's wife was fatally wounded and their infant child k…
William Bartram, America's first great naturalist, passed through northwest Butler County in July 1775. He described the "limestone rocks" and "banks of various kinds of sea shells" left by oceans that covered this area millions of years ag…
On August 28, 1917, Alabama National Guardsmen departed from Union Station in Montgomery for shipment to France as the 167th United States Infantry Regiment of the Rainbow Division. Men from Butler County killed in action during 1918 in that great…
In Memory ofButler CountyVeterans ofWorld War I1917-1918
InMemory ofButler CountyVeterans ofVietnam War
Killed in ActionLikely, James T. · 10-2-1967Taylor, Clarence · 5-28-1969Rutherford, Michael T. · 11-5-1969Cooper, William Morris · 9-7-1968Johnson, Johnny L. · 10…
1990—1991With gratitude for the faithful service ofour men and women and for God's careand guidance.
Dedicatedto the glory of Godand in grateful memoryof all those Butler Countianswho served their countryin the cause of freedom.RearThese made theSupreme Sacrifice
Front: Our Confederate Dead
Back: To the memory of Butler Co's Confederate Soldiers
West: Erected 1903 by the Father Ryan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
East: Dead, but his spirit breathes;Dead, but his heart is ours;…
The Butler County Electric Membership Corporation was formed as a rural electric cooperative in Greenville in July 1938. The first home receiving electricity from the cooperative was located near here.
The Cooperative's original Board of Direct…
Side 1Created in 1819 by Act of Alabama Territorial Legislature from lands ceded by the Creek Indian Nation by the Treaty of Fort Jackson, 1814.
Named for Captain William Butler, soldier of Creek Indian War, 1813-14, early settler killed in Cre…