Lauderdale County Page 39

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*ACPA County Coordinator

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Lauderdale County, AL

County# 39

Lauderdale County

Lauderdale County is located in the northwest corner of the state and is bordered by Tennessee, Mississippi, the Tennessee River, and Limestone County. The county was established in February 1818, and the city of Florence, the county seat, received its charter in 1819. James Madison and Andrew Jackson were early landowners. Ferdinand Sannover, an Italian engineer, was hired to lay out the city, and he chose the name Florence after his favorite city in Italy. Two acres outside the city proper, but within the town limits, were reserved for a cemetery with burials beginning in 1821.

Lauderdale County Cemeteries

Lauderdale County has approximately 300 known cemeteries with the Florence City Cemetery being the oldest in the city. Most have been surveyed and over 52,700 legible inscriptions have been recorded.

Thank you very much for visiting the Etowah County Page. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Teresa Mathews, ACPA 1st VP and County Rep Coordinator, will be temporarily serving as the contact for Lauderdale County until this position is filled, or until further notice. If anyone is interested in applying to serve as the ACPA County Rep for Lauderdale County, please click the ACPA MAIL CENTER link below, and select either Teresa Mathews, 1st VP, or ACPA GENERAL CONTACT in the pull down list. Both of those will reach her and she would be happy to here from you.

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It is my pleasure to server you as the
ACPA Lauderdale Country Representative.

Sincerely, *ACPA County Coordinator

To contact *ACPA County Coordinator, please visit the
ACPA Mail Center
and view the County Rep email contact list.