to Escambia County, Alabama
Special Thanks to Louise Gantt the Previous Coordinator for Escambia County, Alabama for all of the hard work and wonderful data she collected. Thank you for your time and dedication.
Escambia County, AL was formed from portions of Conecuh, Monroe and Baldwin Counties on December 10, 1868.
The county seat was originally located at Pollard
but was moved to Brewton in 1883.
The county name comes from a Choctaw word meaning cain or reed break.
Escambia County, Alabama
Current County Coordinator: Linda K. Kaple
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