Bullock County was created out of portions of Macon, Barbour, Pike
and Montgomery Counties by the Alabama State Legislature, December 5,
1866. It was named for Colonel Edward C. Bullock from Barbour County of
the 18th Alabama Infantry Regiment. Union Springs incorporated January
13, 1844, was selected as County Seat of Bullock County in February
1867. County Officials were elected, a jail and courthouse were built,
and new brick business houses were built to replace the old wooden ones.
Railroads were routed through the town, cotton warehouses were built,
two cemeteries, a fire department and schools established.
Bullock County is located in the southeastern section of the state,
in the prairie region and bordered by Macon, Barbour, Pike and
Montgomery counties. Bullock County encompasses 625 square miles. The
Chunnenuggee Ridge runs through the center of the County. Other
Communities include Aberfoil, Blues Old Stand, Cornerstone, Fitzpatrick,
Guerryton, Hector, Inverness, Midway, Mitchell Station, Perote,
Smut Eye, Tanyard, Thompson, and Three Notch.
The 2000 Census population count is 11,714
Our office is open to the public from 8:00am to 4:00pm monday thru friday.
We are located at 217 Prairie St. N. Rm. 102
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