Properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage by county (Madison–Perry)

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This is a list of properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, sorted alphabetically by county. This list contains all entries for Madison County through Perry County, the other listings may be found here.[1] The Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage is an official listing of buildings, sites, structures, objects, and districts deemed worthy of preservation in the U.S. state of Alabama.[2]

These properties, which may be of national, state, and local significance, are designated by the Alabama Historical Commission, under the authority of the Alabama Legislature.[2] General criteria for inclusion in the Alabama Register includes that the property is at least 40 years old; is associated with events of state or local significance; is associated with the lives of persons of state or local significance; is representative of a type, style, or period of architecture; or is associated with Alabama's history or prehistory. It must also possess integrity of location and construction and convey a feeling for the time and place of construction.[2]

The Alabama Register occasionally includes properties that do not meet the general criteria for inclusion, such as moved or reconstructed structures. These properties are included when they have been sensitively relocated to a site similar to the original, closely match the construction of the original significant building, or are of exceptional importance to the state.[3]

There are approximately 1421 properties and districts listed on the Alabama Register.[1] Of these, approximately 196 are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) and 5 are designated as National Historic Landmarks (NHL).[4]


MadisonMarengoMarionMarshallMobileMonroeMontgomeryMorganPerry
This list is complete through the most recent Alabama Historical Commission listings, posted June 13, 2014.[1]

Madison County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Alabama A&M University Historic District August 3, 1990 Normal 1911 NRHP
2 Allison-Hewlett House August 25, 1994 Huntsville Circa 1823
3 Camp Monte Sano Archaeological Site May 21, 2001 Huntsville 1888–98
4 Dr. James L. Carpenter Home April 19, 2006 New Hope 1936
5 Constitution Hall Park October 31, 1975 Huntsville 1819
6 Ditto's Landing September 30, 1999 Huntsville Circa 1807
7 East Hall (Oakwood Sanitarium) August 13, 1987 Huntsville 1909
8 Fairview October 20, 1977 Huntsville Circa 1868
9 Ford-Countess House October 31, 2013 Huntsville Circa 1820s NRHP
10 Gurley Cumberland Presbyterian Church November 4, 1987 Gurley 1912
11 Gurley Historic District November 17, 1995 Gurley NRHP
12 House/Hinds Cemetery March 22, 1991 Huntsville 1809–11
13 Jude-Crutcher House May 19, 1999 Huntsville 1812 NRHP
14 Laura's View Train Station Archaeological Site May 21, 2001 Huntsville 1889
15 Lee Mansion (Moved to current site in 1975) March 24, 2005 Madison Circa 1818, 1840
16 Leech-Hauer House July 28, 1978 Huntsville Circa 1830 NRHP
17 Lewis-Powell House November 15, 2012 Madison Circa 1873
18 Madison County Poorhouse Cemetery November 2, 1990 New Market
19 McCrary House January 31, 1979 Huntsville vicinity Prior to 1830, 1870 NRHP
20 Memphis and Charleston Railroad Freight Depot June 25, 2002 Huntsville Circa 1856
21 Monte Sano Elementary School January 19, 1999 Huntsville 1958–59
22 Monte Sano State Park June 19, 1996 Huntsville 1930s
23 Moore-Jordan-Busbin Mansion (Flint River Place) October 1, 1981 Huntsville Late 1840s NRHP
24 New Hope High School (Demolished) June 14, 1977 New Hope 1920, 1936
25 New Market Historic District July 22, 1991 New Market 1850–1940 NRHP
26 Otey House January 31, 1979 Meridianville Circa 1850 NRHP
27 Owens Cross Roads Church of Christ (Demolished) February 4, 2000 Owens Cross Roads 1933
28 Phelps-Jones House January 31, 1979 Huntsville Early 1820s NRHP
29 Pioneer log cabin September 20, 2006 Owens Cross Roads vicinity Early 19th century
30 Poplar Ridge School August 3, 1990 New Hope 1858
31 William LaFayette Quick House May 23, 1988 New Market Early 20th century
32 Robert P. Cain Mercantile June 20, 2013 Madison Circa 1859
33 Schrimsher Farm/Sunrise Terrace Subdivision May 19, 1998 Huntsville 1950
34 Simmons House May 26, 1975 Huntsville Circa 1850
35 Steamboat Gothic House October 27, 1975 Huntsville 1890
36 Steger-Nance House (Dr. Howard Place) September 24, 1981 Huntsville Circa 1854 NRHP
37 Temple B'nai Sholom July 29, 1977 Huntsville 1898
38 Union Chapel, Campus of University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) September 7, 1975 Huntsville Circa 1835
39 Viduta Historic District March 8, 1994 Huntsville 1830–1930
40 Warden's Residence, Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge February 2, 2001 Triana 1941 NRHP
41 William Hooper Councill High School February 2, 2001 Huntsville 1927–53

Marengo County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Altwood February 19, 1988 Faunsdale Circa 1836 NRHP
2 Ashe Cottage (Ely House) August 22, 1975 Demopolis 1832 NRHP
3 Askew House (Beechwood) July 29, 1992 Linden vicinity
4 Bethel Baptist Church April 11, 1984 McKinley Circa 1840
5 Bolton-Agee House October 4, 1978 Demopolis Mid-1840s
6 Dayton "Town Hall" (Boddie Law Office) September 9, 1977 Dayton Circa 1858
7 First United Methodist Church October 4, 1978 Demopolis 1895–97
8 Marengo County High School March 24, 1995 Thomaston 1909
9 Morning Star Baptist Church May 13, 1988 Demopolis
10 Putnam School August 5, 2010 Putnam 1926
11 Robertson Banking Company October 12, 1976 Demopolis Early 20th century
12 Rosenbush Furniture Company June 20, 1978 Demopolis Circa 1895
13 Bert & Mary Rosenbush House August 5, 2010 Demopolis 1952–1954
14 Spight-Davis House October 4, 1978 Demopolis 1854
15 St. Leo's Catholic Church January 31, 1979 Demopolis 1905
16 Victorian House (Dr. Cock’s Office) June 19, 1997 Demopolis Circa 1890
17 Victorian House (Parr House) June 19, 1997 Demopolis Circa 1890
18 Victorian House (Shelby’s Boarding House) June 19, 1997 Demopolis Circa 1890
19 Welch-George House September 20, 1978 Demopolis Circa 1882

Marion County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Dickinson's Store July 18, 1989 Brilliant 1907
2 Ernest Baxter Fite House and Law Office December 4, 1992 Hamilton NRHP
3 Hamilton House July 15, 1976 Hamilton 1875
4 Hillcrest September 6, 1984 Winfield
5 Johnson Rural Medical Museum October 19, 1979 Hamilton Circa 1902
6 R.W. Harris & Son General Merchandise Store and Warehouse April 18, 2007 Winfield 1911
7 Judge Terrell House August 5, 2010 Pikeville Circa 1820s
8 Winfield Bank October 1, 1997 Winfield 1961

Marshall County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Albertville High School March 24, 1995 Albertville 1912
2 Boaz Elementary School June 26, 2003 Boaz 1924
3 Christ Episcopal Church October 19, 1979 Albertville 1882
4 Claysville School June 24, 2004 Guntersville 1928
5 East Main Street Historic District May 19, 1998 Albertville
6 Episcopal Church of the Epiphany (Moved to Boaz) June 19, 1996 Guntersville 1917
7 First Baptist Church and Cemetery February 6, 1998 Boaz 1922–23
8 First National Bank January 22, 2009 Guntersville
9 First Presbyterian Church October 19, 1979 Guntersville 1911
10 Colonel Montgomery Gilbreath House June 26, 2003 Guntersville Circa 1843
11 Guntersville Depot March 7, 2002 Guntersville 1892
12 Harbor Master Building at City Boat Docks May 19, 1998 Guntersville Mid-1950s
13 A.R. Hooper House (Lake Guntersville Bed & Breakfast) January 22, 2009 Guntersville
14 Hotel Thompson (Burned 1989, formerly listed on NRHP) August 22, 1985 Arab 1890, 1936
15 Methodist Episcopal Church June 30, 1995 Boaz 1917
16 Howard Powell Estate August 25, 2011 Guntersville Circa 1890
17 Snead Junior College April 6, 1998 Boaz 1920–42 NRHP
18 Snellgrove Homestead June 30, 1995 Boaz 1900 NRHP
19 Spanish House (Carter House) September 15, 1975 Guntersville 1928

Mobile County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Alexander House (Destroyed) July 6, 1978 Mobile 1853
2 Bankhead Tunnel January 25, 1977 Mobile 1938
3 Battleship Alabama Memorial Park October 28, 1977 Mobile 1965 2 NHL's
4 Bellingrath Gardens and Home September 14, 1977 Theodore vicinity 1927, 1935 NRHP
5 Chunchula School June 27, 2007 Chunchula
6 Citronelle Depot February 20, 1986 Citronelle 1902, 1917
7 Coden Post Office May 22, 2008 Coden
8 Creola Station December 19, 1991 Creola 1905
9 Dawes-Theodore School July 18, 1989 Theodore 1911
10 Faith-Brown House September 9, 1977 Mobile 1878
11 Fowl River Community House March 24, 1995 Theodore Circa 1939
12 Ella Grant School (House of Hope Inc) March 8, 1994 Prichard 1923
13 Gulf City Paper Company Site July 17, 1981 30 miles (48 km) north of Mobile on U.S. 45 1867–78
14 Kimball-McMillan-Yarborough House July 29, 1977 Mobile Circa 1855
15 Kirk House May 28, 2009 Axis 1914
16 Loper-Young House February 4, 2000 Chickasaw 1919
17 Manley-Ruther House February 4, 2000 Chickasaw 1919
18 Alfred Sidney McDonald House February 4, 2000 Chickasaw
19 Nan Grey Davis House December 16, 2010 Theodore Circa 1921
20 Rabby House May 22, 2008 Coden
21 Rosa A. Lott School (Citronelle Consolidated School) May 19, 2011 Citronelle Circa 1948
22 St. Thomas Episcopal Church September 26, 2007 Citronelle 1895
23 Satsuma School May 23, 1988 Satsuma 1936
24 Semmes School August 25, 1994 Mobile 1902
25 Smith-Goolsby House September 30, 1999 Chickasaw 1919
26 Jay W. Stack House July 22, 1991 Mobile 1926
27 State Street AME Zion Church October 20, 1977 Mobile 1854 NRHP
28 Steam Locomotive 1527 August 19, 1976 Mobile 1926
29 Stone Street Baptist Church April 11, 1984 Mobile 1909, 1931 NRHP
30 Whistler Historic District November 26, 1975 Prichard Early 20th century

Monroe County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Bethany Baptist Church and Cemetery May 3, 2001 Burnt Corn 1874
2 Concord Baptist Church January 31, 1978 Buena Vista 1904–05
3 Dennis House August 19, 1983 Monroeville 1905
4 First National Bank of Monroeville (Elbrecht Building) November 13, 1996 Monroeville
5 Hendrix-Morgan Home May 19, 2011 Mexia Circa 1904
6 C. L. Hybart House May 22, 2008 Monroeville Circa 1926
7 Indian Springs Baptist Church and Cemetery June 26, 2003 McWilliams vicinity 1825
8 McDuffie Place May 22, 2008 Franklin vicinity Circa 1860–90
9 Monroe County Public Library May 22, 2008 Monroeville Circa 1938
10 New Hope Baptist Church and Cemetery February 4, 2000 Beatrice Circa 1855 NRHP
11 Old Scotland Presbyterian Church May 23, 1988 Tunnel Springs vicinity 1837
12 Perdue Hill Masonic Lodge November 1, 1976 Perdue Hill 1819
13 Calvin J. Rhodes House September 28, 2004 Excel vicinity Circa 1890
14 Rikard’s Mill (Reconstructed 1993–94) October 7, 1998 Beatrice 1935
15 Village of Buena Vista April 14, 1978 Buena Vista Early 19th century
16 Watkins House October 4, 1993 Burnt Corn vicinity Circa 1830

Montgomery County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Abner McGehee Burying Ground November 13, 1996 Hope Hull 1827–1935
2 Alabama War Memorial October 28, 1977 Montgomery 1968
3 Alabama State University Historic District August 25, 1994 Montgomery 1916–45 NRHP
4 Aurelia Eliscera Shines Browder House August 5, 2010 Montgomery 1920
5 J.M. Barnes House December 19, 1991 Montgomery 1898
6 Belser-Marshall House March 12, 1997 Mt. Meigs Circa 1840
7 Bethel Cemetery September 30, 1999 Pintlala 1843–1962
8 Bethlehem Primitive Baptist Church & Cemetery May 19, 2011 Lapine Circa 1932
9 Margaret Booth School for Girls (Montgomery Fellowship House for Men) April 11, 1984 Montgomery 1880s NRHP
10 Brame-Cody-Neal House January 29, 1980 Montgomery 1836 NRHP
11 Cecil Rosenwald School April 1, 2010 Cecil vicinity Circa 1923
12 Centennial Hill Historic District April 14, 1992 Montgomery
13 Church of The Good Shepherd January 29, 1980 Montgomery
14 Clay Street Baptist Church September 20, 2006 Montgomery 1956
15 Cleveland Court Apartments 620–638 March 30, 1989 Montgomery 1943 NRHP
16 Cole-Samford House February 15, 1977 Montgomery Circa 1915
17 Claudette Colvin House August 5, 2010 Montgomery 1940
18 Community House (Jackson-Community House) July 21, 1978 Montgomery 1853 NRHP
19 Cottage Hill Historic District April 16, 1975 Montgomery Late 19th– Early 20th century NRHP
20 Cradle of the Confederacy Railroad Museum (Louisville & Nashville Baggage Car No. 1456 at Montgomery Union Station) January 29, 1980 Montgomery 1926–74
21 Davis Theater for the Performing Arts April 11, 1984 Montgomery 1929
22 Day Street Baptist Church June 20, 1978 Montgomery 1882
23 Department of Public Safety Headquarters and Museum April 14, 1978 Montgomery 1937
24 Ebenezer Primitive Baptist Church and Cemetery January 24, 2008 Ramer Circa 1836
25 Electric Street Car at Montgomery Union Station May 9, 1978 Montgomery 1886
26 Executive House (Charles S. Conley Law Office) October 31, 2013 Montgomery Circa 1945
27 First Baptist Church May 10, 2000 Montgomery 1910–15
28 First White House of the Confederacy August 14, 2012 Montgomery 1832–35 NRHP
29 Frazier Hill June 25, 2002 Montgomery Circa 1830
30 General Richard Montgomery Riverboat July 21, 1976 Montgomery 1974–76
31 Grace Episcopal Church January 29, 1980 Mt. Meigs 1892–93 NRHP
32 Grady School (South Montgomery County Academy) November 15, 2012 Grady Circa 1927
33 Gunter House June 2, 1981 Ramer Circa 1830s
34 Highland Avenue School October 22, 1993 Montgomery 1903
35 Holt Street Baptist Church May 26, 1986 Montgomery
36 Kilby Hall at Alabama State University August 25, 1994 Montgomery 1922
37 Lincoln Cemetery September 30, 1999 Montgomery 1907
38 Little House January 31, 1979 Montgomery Circa 1890
39 Brake and Edna Lucas House September 27, 2007 Mt. Meigs vicinity Circa 1900
40 Lucas House February 20, 1986 Mt. Meigs 1826
41 Madison Park School March 29, 2012 Montgomery Circa 1955
42 Marks House November 23, 1976 Pike Road 1825–30
43 McIntyre-Napier House March 13, 1996 Ramer 1941–56
44 Metcalf-Crommelin-Wood House (World Heritage Museum) October 14, 1981 Montgomery 1890s
45 Marshall J. Moore House February 25, 1999 Montgomery 1900
46 Mount Zion AME Zion Church June 30, 1995 Montgomery 1899 NRHP
47 Noble-Adair-Roper House (Noble Hill) January 31, 1979 Montgomery Circa 1881
48 Old Selma Farm April 1, 2010 Montgomery 1942
49 Old Ship African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church March 3, 1976 Montgomery 1834 NRHP
50 Pintlala School April 14, 1992 Pintlala
51 Providence Presbyterian Church March 25, 1983 LeGrand 1854, 1895
52 Ramer Baptist Church (Old Ramer Baptist Church/Ramer Masonic Lodge #243) November 13, 1996 Ramer
53 Red's Little School House October 7, 1998 Grady 1910, 1985
54 Riverview December 19, 1991 Montgomery vicinity 1870s–1880s
55 Rose Hill July 18, 1989 Mt. Meigs 1918
56 Sidney Lanier High School October 31, 2013 Montgomery 1928–29
57 Stone-Young Plantation (Magnolia) September 28, 2000 Montgomery 1852 NRHP
58 Tabernacle Methodist Church July 6, 1978 Pintlala Circa 1893
59 Tankersley Rosenwald School June 26, 2003 Hope Hull Circa 1922 NRHP
60 Tharin Hall October 7, 1998 Snowdoun Circa 1880
61 Thorington-Arrington-Campbell House February 2, 1983 Montgomery 1914
62 F.J. Tillison House (The Teacher's Home) December 4, 1992 Ramer 1900
63 Charlie and Lucille Times House September 27, 2007 Montgomery Circa 1939
64 Tulane-Simmons House April 19, 2006 Montgomery Circa 1921
65 West Boylston Manufacturing Company Textile Mill and Mill Village September 24, 2002 Montgomery Circa 1927–28
66 Western Railway of Alabama Car Shops and Engine Terminal Historic District May 19, 1998 Montgomery 1898–1920s
67 Hank Williams Grave at Oakwood Cemetery Annex January 25, 1977 Montgomery 1954
68 Willow Glen April 11, 1984 Grady 1872
69 Winter Place September 29, 2005 Montgomery Circa 1850, circa 1870 NRHP
70 Wright Brothers Flying School Site (Wright Brothers Hangar) at Maxwell Air Force Base November 5, 1976 Montgomery 1910
71 647 Clinton Street May 26, 1986 Montgomery 1946–48

Morgan County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Barta Log Cabin (John Y. Ferguson Log Dwelling) January 24, 2008 Hartselle vicinity
2 Bethel Road Historic District December 21, 1977 Hartselle Early 20th century
3 Carver School March 29, 2012 Decatur Circa 1928
4 Confederate Memorial Monument on the Morgan County Courthouse lawn March 24, 2005 Decatur 1922
5 Cotaco Opera House (Masonic Lodge) November 5, 1976 Decatur 1890
6 Dancy-Polk House October 11, 1978 Decatur 1829 NRHP
7 East Main Street July 21, 1975 Hartselle Early 20th century
8 First Missionary Baptist Church November 2, 1990 Decatur 1919
9 Forest Home October 19, 1979 Trinity vicinity 1857–59 NRHP
10 Garner Memorial CME Church December 16, 2010 Decatur Circa 1945
11 Hartselle Depot May 12, 1976 Hartselle 1915
12 Hartselle Elementary School (F. E. Burleson Elementary School) May 3, 2001 Hartselle 1916
13 Hartselle Tabernacle December 15, 1989 Hartselle 1897
14 L & N Freight Depot March 13, 1996 Hartselle 1915
15 Morrow Cemetery November 13, 1978 Somerville vicinity Rev. War era
16 William Murphey House April 16, 1985 Trinity vicinity Circa 1830 NRHP
17 Old Cotaco White House March 8, 1994 Somerville Circa 1818
18 Old Decatur Courthouse Site April 23, 1976 Decatur 1926
19 Old Morgan County High School January 31, 1979 Hartselle 1909
20 Price-Wooten Home (Springwood) October 17, 1980 Priceville 1856
21 Princess Theater (In the Albany Heritage Neighborhood Historic District) October 23, 1981 Decatur 1887
22 R.W. Puckett House March 25, 2004 Hartselle Circa 1896
23 Ratliff-Lyle House January 22, 2009 Priceville 1847–1870s
24 Roberts Duplex May 10, 2000 Hartselle 1935
25 Robinson Farmhouse November 15, 2012 Priceville Circa 1924
26 Southern L&N Railroad Merchant Shops (Demolished December 28, 2000) May 19, 1999 Decatur Late 19th century
27 U.S. Post Office (Hartselle Utilities Building) May 26, 1986 Hartselle 1939
28 Wayman Chapel AME Church December 16, 2010 Decatur Circa 1907
29 Westview Plantation October 19, 1979 Decatur vicinity 1841 NRHP
30 Rev. John Paul Mose Woodall House March 25, 2004 Hartselle Circa 1896

Perry County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Brand-Moore-Holmes House (Holmestead) September 20, 2006 Marion vicinity Circa 1830 NRHP
2 Carlisle Hall (Kenworthy Hall) December 15, 1989 Marion vicinity 1858–61 NHL
3 Cocke House May 1980 Marion Early 1830s
4 Fairhope Plantation December 19, 1991 Uniontown vicinity 1857–61 NRHP
5 Fikes Ferry Bridge July 15, 1976 Marion vicinity 1904
6 Fiquet-Perkins-Sturdivant-Moore House February 6, 1978 Marion 1850s
7 Lincoln High School Gymnasium September 29, 2005 Marion 1963
8 Lockett-Martin House (Napoleon Lockett House) July 7, 1980 Marion Early 1840s
9 Ocmulgee Baptist Church March 10, 1978 Selma vicinity 1834
10 Phillips Memorial Auditorium February 19, 1988 Marion 1938–39 NRHP
11 Uniontown Post Office November 23, 1976 Uniontown Before 1861
12 Zion United Methodist Church October 17, 1980 Marion

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "The Alabama Register of Landmarks & Heritage". preserveala.org. Alabama Historical Commission. June 13, 2014. Archived from the original on August 17, 2014. Retrieved August 17, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b c "Chapter 460-X-3: Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage". Administrative Code of Alabama. State of Alabama. September 22, 1982. Retrieved January 15, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage". Alabama Historical Commission. Retrieved January 15, 2009. 
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. July 9, 2010. Retrieved April 5, 2014. 

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