Properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage by county (DeKalb–Jackson)

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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 DeKalb County through Jackson 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]


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

DeKalb County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Anderson-Porter House July 28, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1889
2 Buell-Green House July 28, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1889
3 Cherokee (Ross-Godfrey-Kershaw-Brewer House) July 16, 1976 Fort Payne c. 1790
4 Cochran-Wilson-Owen Estate April 4, 1986 Fort Payne c. 1890
5 Collinsville Presbyterian Church July 27, 1976 Collinsville
6 Council Bluff School August 5, 1976 Valley Head vicinity c. 1903
7 Davenport House (A. C. Spaulding Residence) July 6, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1890
8 W.B. Davis Hosiery Mill July 19, 1976 Fort Payne c. 1889 NRHP
9 Deer Head Cove Church (Deer Head Cove School) April 16, 1985 Cartersville c. 1908
10 First Presbyterian Church August 14, 1975 Fort Payne c. 1888
11 Fort Payne City Park January 13, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1889
12 Hawkins Place April 11, 1984 Henagar c. 1873
13 Edna Hill Methodist Church August 4, 1978 Desoto State Park c. 1907
14 Howard's Chapel (Salley Howard Memorial Baptist Church) July 9, 1976 Mentone c. 1934
15 Isbell-Beck House August 2, 1979 Fort Payne c. 1924
16 Killian-Appleton-Cochran House September 6, 1984 Fort Payne c. 1914
17 Killian Residence September 28, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1927
18 Landstreet Home August 4, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1850
19 J.C. Larmore Home (T.J. Larmore Home) July 28, 1978 Valley Head c. 1880
20 V.C. Larmore Home January 31, 1979 Valley Head c. 1845 NRHP
21 Leath House July 29, 1976 Fort Payne c. 1889
22 Magnolia Hall February 6, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1890
23 Malone-Leath House August 4, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1890
24 Manitou Cave August 6, 1976 Fort Payne
25 McNew Cemetery June 19, 1997 Fort Payne c. 1867
26 Mentone July 23, 1976 Mentone c. 1870
27 Mentone Inn (Hal's Hotel/DeSoto Lodge) September 4, 1984 Mentone c. 1927
28 McCurdy House July 28, 1978 Rainsville c. 1931
29 McWhorter-Killian House August 4, 1978 Collinsville c. 1904
30 Moon Lake Club April 1, 2010 Mentone 1945
31 D.W. "Dock" Powell Place August 4, 1978 Fyffe c. 1903
32 Rockymount Cemetery October 7, 1998 Collinsville
33 Sawyer Building May 9, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1878
34 Sawyer House April 14, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1878
35 Taft-Borders Cabin (Taft House) July 21, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1837
36 Taylor House July 21, 1978 Fort Payne c. 1895
37 Taylor's Emporium (Horton and Bryant General Store) August 28, 1981 Geraldine c. 1923
38 The Oaks July 21, 1976 Fort Payne c. 1884
39 Valley Head United Methodist Church September 26, 2007 Valley Head c. 1917–1949
40 Ward-Elrod Home August 28, 1981 Collinsville c. 1918
41 Willbanks-McReynolds House August 4, 1978 Collinsville c. 1908
42 Windward Inn August 28, 1981 Mentone c. 1900
43 Winston Place August 3, 1976 Valley Head c. 1835 NRHP
44 Woodland Cemetery February 25, 1999 Fort Payne 1890

Elmore County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Florence Bateman House June 15, 1977 Wetumpka c. 1842
2 Francis Beaulieu House March 30, 1977 Wetumpka c. 1816
3 Bibb-Graves Bridge February 25, 1977 Wetumpka c. 1931
4 William Wyatt Bibb Gravesite November 5, 1976 Coosada 1820
5 Billingsley Home and Windmill November 4, 1977 Tallassee c. 1930
6 Busch Log Cabin March 22, 1991 Wetumpka 1935
7 Confederate Arsenal House (Elliott House) August 1, 1977 Tallassee c. 1864
8 Corn Dance Farm November 30, 1977 Coosada c. 1820
9 Crommelin's Landing March 27, 1977 Wetumpka c. 1820
10 Edward Rock Dogtrot House (Rose-Morris House; moved to Old Alabama Town in 1987) March 1, 1977 Wetumpka vicinity c. 1830
11 Ellerslie (Bowling Hall House) June 30, 1995 Millbrook 1820
12 Elmore County Courthouse May 2, 1977 Wetumpka c. 1931
13 Elmore County Training School March 7, 2002 Wetumpka 1924
14 First Baptist Church June 3, 1977 Wetumpka c. 1846 NRHP
15 First United Methodist Church June 26, 2003 Tallassee 1929
16 Gantt Dogtrot House April 8, 1977 Titus
17 Hagerty-Turner-Yung House (Blue Hills) September 30, 1999 Wetumpka c. 1840–1860 NRHP
18 Harrogate Springs (Crommelin House) March 30, 1977 Wetumpka vicinity c. 1905
19 Herren Hill July 25, 1977 Tallassee c. 1855
20 Hickory Knoll October 24, 1977 Elmore c. 1892
21 Holtville School (Holtville High School) May 18, 1977 Holtville c. 1929
22 Hotel Talisi July 28, 1977 Tallassee c. 1929
23 John Howle House May 26, 1986 Wetumpka c. 1904–1905
24 Jasmine Hill Gardens July 21, 1977 Wetumpka vicinity c. 1820–1930
25 Jordan Dam November 5, 1976 Coosa River c. 1927
26 Lanark Plantation (Spring Hill) September 20, 1977 Millbrook vicinity c. 1820
27 Martin Dam (Shared with Tallapoosa County) January 5, 1976 Tallapoosa River
28 McCowen House (Thomas Home) November 30, 1977 Wetumpka c. 1904–1905
29 McMorris House April 13, 1909 Wetumpka c. 1905
30 Museum of Music January 25, 1977 Wetumpka
31 Old Calaboose January 27, 1976 Wetumpka c. 1840
32 Old Wetumpka Post Office May 19, 1999 Wetumpka 1937
33 Willam K. Oliver House March 25, 2004 Titus vicinity c. 1842
34 Peterson and Peterson Store (Cowling General Store) November 3, 1977 Elmore c. 1900
35 Robinson Springs Methodist Church July 21, 1977 Millbrook vicinity c. 1845 NRHP
36 Robinson Springs Methodist Parsonage July 21, 1977 Millbrook vicinity c. 1850
37 Sandtown High School August 5, 2010 Millbrook 1947
38 Swayback Bridge April 14, 1977 Wetumpka vicinity c. 1931
39 Tallassee Mill January 18, 1978 Tallassee vicinity c. 1841
40 Tanglewood March 24, 2005 Millbrook vicinity c. 1823
44 The Elms August 15, 1983 Coosada c. 1836
42 Thornfield August 25, 2011 Millbrook c. 1824
43 Titus Historic District April 12, 1978 Titus c. 1800s
44 Tukabahchi July 21, 1977 Tallassee vicinity 1686–1836
45 Tuskeena Street District July 29, 1977 Wetumpka
46 Tom Wall House (Taylor-Wall-Ingram House) January 14, 1980 Wetumpka vicinity c. 1830
47 Wetumpka Lock (Lock 31) August 3, 1977 Wetumpka c. 1896
48 Wetumpka Municipal Airport (Elmore Auxiliary Training Field #2) February 21, 2013 Elmore c. 1942
49 Christian Wingard Home Place June 30, 1995 Wetumpka 1937

Escambia County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Dooley Hall November 13, 1978 Brewton c. 1911
2 Elmore Building August 25, 1994 Brewton 1886–1915
3 Flomaton Hotel (Commercial Hotel) April 11, 1984 Flomaton c. 1906 NRHP
4 Fort Crawford January 18, 1978 East Brewton c. 1816
5 Horn-Eichold House November 17, 1995 Atmore 1912
6 Leigh House March 11, 1976 Brewton c. 1885
7 Charles Lawrence Moore House and Cemetery May 19, 1999 Atmore c. 1883–1884
8 Owen-Lufkin House August 22, 1985 Atmore c. 1906
9 Porter-McLaren Home July 7, 1980 Brewton c. 1880
10 Second Saint Siloam Missionary Baptist Church April 1, 2010 Brewton 1910
11 Southern Normal and Industrial Institute March 12, 1997 Brewton

Etowah County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Myron K. Allenstein Law Office (Phillips-Action Home) March 20, 1981 Gadsden c. 1893–1899
2 Argyle Historic District June 19, 1996 Gadsden 1913–1960s
3 Attalla Elementary School August 6, 1993 Attalla 1935–1942
4 Attalla Historic District May 19, 2011 Attalla NRHP
5 Bellenger Home (Charles Gunn House) April 11, 1984 Gadsden c. 1887 NRHP
6 Brannon Springs Methodist Church September 25, 2008 Gadsden vicinity
7 Elks Building December 20, 1984 Gadsden c. 1930
8 Forrest Cemetery Chapel May 23, 1988 Gadsden NRHP
9 Gadsden Times-News Building February 11, 1982 Gadsden NRHP
10 Garner Cemetery February 27, 1978 Gadsden c. 1840
11 Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company November 26, 1975 Gadsden Built 1928
12 Haralson Historic District June 19, 1996 Gadsden 1890s–1960s
13 Colonel Hood Home (Gadsden Woman's Club) April 16, 1985 Gadsden c. 1902–1904 NRHP
14 Hoyt Warsham Alabama City Public Library December 16, 2010 Gadsden c. 1920
15 Hughes-Robinson House May 22, 2008 Gadsden
16 Robert Stewart Keener Home August 25, 2011 Keener c. 1894
17 Keener Voting House April 18, 2007 Keener
18 L & N Railroad Freight Depot (Demolished) May 5, 1978 Gadsden c. 1871
19 Macedonia Methodist Church October 19, 1979 Ridgeville c. 1906
20 Hubert & Ive Moore House March 29, 2012 Gallant c. 1940
21 Old Keener House & Barn May 19, 2011 Attalla c. 1850s
22 Pioneer Homestead-Noccalula Falls Park May 12, 1976 Gadsden c. 1777
23 Robinson House May 22, 2008 Gadsden
24 Seven Cedars April 11, 1984 Attalla c. 1870
25 Sizemore House October 31, 2013 Keener c. 1842
26 Tumlin Gap Tunnel and Trestle May 10, 2000 Altoona c. 1880s
27 Turrentine Historic District March 8, 1994 Gadsden 1900–1916
28 White-Erwin Farm (Three Oaks) September 6, 1984 Gadsden c. 1900
29 Willis Estates (Demolished) September 25, 2008 Attalla c. 1923

Fayette County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Fayette County Courthouse District November 26, 1975 Fayette NRHP
2 Thomas Posey McConnel Home May 12, 1976 Fayette c. 1888
3 Theron Cannon and Company (Destroyed by tornado, April 2011) April 1, 2010 Berry 1905
4 United States Post Office June 24, 2004 Fayette 1936

Franklin County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 A.T. Bonds House August 25, 1975 Pleasant Grove vicinity Antebellum
2 Clayton-Hester House December 29, 1975 Frankfort vicinity c. 1888
3 Major Jesse Counts House April 11, 1984 Russellville vicinity c. 1835
4 Duncan House November 23, 1976 Russellville vicinity c. 1900
5 Five-Oaks Springs (Spring of the Five Oaks) April 29, 1977 Russellville c. 1817
6 Hulsey-South House April 11, 1984 Russellville vicinity c. 1876
7 Kirkwood September 30, 1999 Russellville c. 1830
8 Malone House January 27, 1976 Frankfort c. 1820
9 McIntosh House October 7, 1998 Russellville
10 Mount Pleasant Church April 11, 1984 Russellville vicinity c. 1900
11 Newburg Masonic Lodge November 17, 1995 Russellville vicinity 1878
12 Old Clarks Department Store January 24, 2008 Russellville c. 1900
13 Reedtown High School February 21, 2013 Russellville c. 1952
14 Major William Russell Gravesite (Hurley Cemetery) March 19, 1993 Russellville vicinity 1825

Geneva County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Black House June 27, 2007 Geneva 1908
2 Emma Knox Kenan Library (Geneva Public Library) February 25, 1985 Geneva c. 1931
3 Finks Mill November 26, 1975 Florala vicinity c. 1932
4 Geneva Depot (Demolished) April 29, 1977 Geneva c. 1901

Greene County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Wilkes Banks House November 5, 1976 Eutaw 1848
2 Bethsalem Presbyterian Church August 12, 1976 Boligee c. 1835
3 Braune-Inge-Beeker House October 12, 1976 Eutaw c. 1860 NRHP
4 Brugh House October 17, 1980 Eutaw c. 1900
5 Carpenter-Rudd House December 21, 1977 Eutaw vicinity c. 1853 NRHP
6 Concord Baptist Church (Clinton Baptist Church) June 19, 1996 Eutaw vicinity 1857
7 Hale-Jarvis-Trotter House November 30, 1977 Eutaw 1842 NRHP
8 Dr. M.L. Malloy House (Rosemont) September 30, 1999 Eutaw
9 Murphy Dunlap House November 5, 1976 Eutaw 1844 NRHP
10 Owens-Hutton Home October 12, 1976 Pleasant Ridge Late 1940s
11 Perkins-Browder House October 17, 1980 Eutaw 1850s NRHP
12 Pippen Plantation October 11, 1978 Eutaw 1850s NRHP
13 Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church and Cemetery October 31, 2013 Eutaw c. 1859
14 Reese-Phillips House October 17, 1980 Eutaw 1856 NRHP
15 St. Mark's Episcopal Church and Cemetery March 20, 2003 Boligee c. 1852, Moved 1880
16 Sipsey October 19, 1979 Pleasant Ridge

Hale County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Harris Homestead September 20, 2006 Havana vicinity c. 1900
2 Alfred Hatch House (Holbrook Residence/Elm Ridge Plantation) November 2, 1990 Greensboro 1840s NRHP
3 Havana Methodist Church and Cemetery October 31, 2013 Havana c. 1880
4 Morland-Crawford House October 31, 2013 Havana c. 1904
5 Newbern Village Historic District November 26, 1975 Newbern Antebellum
6 Salem Baptist Church July 29, 1992 Greensboro
7 Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church September 28, 2000 Gallion Mid–1870s
8 Williams Place (Reubern Seay Home) December 21, 1977 Greensboro c. 1939
9 Morrison House December 21, 1977 Greensboro c. 1839
10 St. Matthews A.M.E. Church October 31, 1975 Greensboro 1861
11 The President's House July 29, 1992 Greensboro
12 Webb House October 31, 2013 Havana c. 1920

Henry County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Abbie Creek Bridge June 16, 1976 Haleburg vicinity c. 1930
2 Edwin Community Clubhouse September 28, 2000 Clopton Late 1930s
3 Kennedy House July 19, 1976 Abbeville 1866 NRHP
4 Mount Zion Baptist Church April 16, 1985 Columbia c. 1871
5 Old Methodist Parsonage (Dow-Parsonage) April 16, 1985 Abbeville c. 1880
6 Trawick-Pinkerton House July 6, 1978 Abbeville 1869
7 Wright's Chapel Cemetery and Church Site December 19, 1991 Abbeville 1822–1824

Houston County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 Alabama Midland Depot January 25, 1977 Ashford c. 1892 NRHP
2 Atlantic Coastline Railroad Depot August 3, 1990 Dothan 1908 NRHP
3 Columbia Jail October 27, 1975 Columbia c. 1862
4 Dexter and Main Street Historic District December 16, 2010 Webb c. 1903–1960
5 Dothan Municipal Light and Water Plant March 23, 1990 Dothan 1912–1913 NRHP
6 Express Car and Business Car No. 502 March 20, 1981 Dothan 1885–1974
7 First Missionary Baptist Church May 3, 2001 Dothan 1912
8 Ivey Family Home December 15, 2011 Webb c. 1904
9 Murphy's Grist Mill June 16, 1976 Dothan vicinity c. 1906
10 NBCAR Historic District May 3, 2001 Dothan Earliest c. 1910
11 Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church East and Cemetery March 20, 2003 Gordon vicinity 1911
12 Wilson Windmill April 19, 2006 Dothan c. 1930

Jackson County[edit]

Site name Date listed City or Town Built or Established NRHP/NHL
1 B.B. Comer Memorial Bridge October 13, 2013 Scottsboro 1929-30
2 Bridgeport Depot September 15, 1975 Bridgeport 1917
3 Brown-Proctor House February 4, 1981 Scottsboro 1881 NRHP
4 Captain Jackson-Bottomlee House April 18, 2007 Langston c. 1885
5 College Hill Historic District February 19, 1982 Scottsboro 1890–1970 NRHP
6 Doran's Cove Church and Cemetery April 16, 1985 Bridgeport vicinity c. 1840–1850
7 Doran House October 11, 1978 Bridgeport vicinity c. 1816
8 Elred W. Foshee House April 1, 2010 Rash c. 1831–1860
9 Kilpatrick-Hughes House January 31, 1979 Bridgeport c. 1891, 1925
10 Maples House November 23, 1976 Scottsboro c. 1860
11 McGuffey Store December 15, 2011 Fackler c. 1915
12 Scottsboro MRA (24 properties) February 19, 1982 Scottsboro
13 Scottsboro Public Square Historic District June 29, 1981 Scottsboro 1870–1930 NRHP
14 Shelton-Jones House May 10, 2000 Scottsboro 1907
15 Skyline Cotton Gin May 28, 2009 Skyline c. 1935
16 Skyline Farms Store January 22, 2009 Skyline 1935
17 Skyline Hosiery Mill May 28, 2009 Skyline 1938
18 Skyline School October 7, 1998 Skyline
19 Skyline Warehouse May 28, 2009 Skyline c. 1935
20 Stevenson Depot September 15, 1975 Stevenson 1872 NRHP
21 Whitcher-Denton House October 11, 1978 Bridgeport 1891–1892

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "The Alabama Register of Landmarks & Heritage" (PDF). 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 Park Service (July 9, 2010). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. Retrieved April 5, 2014. 

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