BURNT CORN, ALABAMA
     
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THE HISTORY
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Burnt Corn History 
Burnt Corn Legacy 
Battle of Burnt Corn 
Burnt Corn Battle  
Burnt Corn Name  

PHOTO TOUR
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Visitor Tour
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THE HOMES
Historic Homes
'30-'50's Homes
Modern Homes

HISTORIC BUILDINGS
Historic Buildings1
Historic Buildings2
Historic Site
1930 Gas Station
Barber Shop 1
Barber Shop 2
Barber Shop 3
General Store
Brantley Store
Casket Warehouse
Doctor Office
Red Store
Grist Mill
Coke Cola Sign
Cotton Gin
Hunting Club
Lodge Hall
Masonic Lodge
Board House
McMillian Boarding
Old Mosely Store

THE CHURCHES
 Churches
 Black Churches
 Historic Baptist
 Historic Methodist
 Two Bethany
 History of Bethany

THE PEOPLE
 Evelyn Johnson
 Jake Lowery
 Joe McCarter
 Lizzy Royster
 John Coker
 Evelyn Lowery

FAMILY PAGES
Family Pages
Watson Family 
Marshall Family 
Coker Family 

THE AREA
Geographic 
Town Layout
Map 
 Federal Road

INTERESTS
Books on  
CD Recording

POST OFFICE
Post Office

FIRE DEPARTMENT
Fire Department

THE SCHOOLS
Junior High
 1st Public School
 Ms Lizzy School
 Burnt Corn Academy

CREEK INDIANS
Creek Nation  
Creek Tribe 
Creek Indians 
Creek War 
War 1813/14 

CENSUS DATA
1816 Census 
1820 Census 
1860 Census 
 
 

 
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I Hope you will find this web site as interesting as the name itself and
How Burnt Corn Got Its Name as well as how State of Alabama got its name. I am very proud to promote Burnt Corn, Alabama and want you to explore and learn the History, the Legacy, and the People , and even take a Histroic Tour of Burnt Corn. This web site is extensive, take a moment to read the Summary of Burnt Corn Website Tell your family, friends and neighbors to check out this web EVERYBODY KNOWS SOMEBODY FROM BURNT CORN OR FROM ALABAMA. Please sign in to let us know you been here. Your southern roots can be traced back to Burnt Corn. Come back and visit us regularly as we will be making changes often. If you have information to add to this site, your input is invited please email me at vwatson@wbqp.com or webmaster@burntcorn.com


INFORMATION ABOUT THE BURNT CORN COMMUNITY:
Burnt Corn is a small farming community located in southwest Alabama in both counties of Monroe and Conecuh. Burnt Corn is approximately five square miles with a population of about 300 residents. The nearest towns are Monroeville, Alabama about 12 miles away to the west, Evergreen, Alabama about 15 miles away to the east and Brewton, Alabama about 30 miles away to the south and Greenville, Alabama about 40 miles to the north. The nearest metropolitan cities are Montgomery, Alabama 97 miles away to the north, Mobile, Alabama 100 miles away to the southwest, and Pensacola, Florida 93 miles away to the south.

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