In April 1886, railroad prospectors were traveling up the Butahatchie Valley in Lamar County, Alabama, Moscow beat, and securing right of way for a railroad to be built that would connect Birmingham, Alabama and Memphis, . . . — — Map (db m96472) HM
Farmer Confederate Soldier Legislator
Member U.S. House and Senate
Thirty Three Years
Father of Federal Aid to Good Roads
Author making Warrior
longest canalized river in the world
development of Muscle Shoals and other . . . — — Map (db m96473) HM
Built in 1888, this was the first house constructed within the original city limits of Sulligent after incorporation. It was the family home of William W. and Tallulah Henson Ogden. One of the founders and chief promoters of Sulligent. Mr. Ogden was . . . — — Map (db m96471) HM
In memory of Lamar County's honored dead
Bowen, Elzie Ray
Hays, Robert A.
Mixon, Herman L.
Pickens, Freddie F.
Rushing, Larry W.
In memory of Lamar County's honored dead . . . — — Map (db m96851) WM
In Memory of Lamar County's Honored Dead
World War One and Two
Allen, Othar J. Conner, Herbert C.
Atkins, A. Lincoln Conner, James Box
Avers, Cicero Cox, William Lloyd
Baughn, Claudie Cowart, Milo K. . . . — — Map (db m96852) WM