Abbeville and Henry County

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Abbeville and Henry County - Abbeville Chamber of Commerce
Abbeville and Henry County - Veterans' Memorials
Abbeville and Henry County - Veterans' Memorials
Abbeville and Henry County - Veterans' Park
Abbeville and Henry County - Veterans' Memorial on Courthouse Grounds
Abbeville and Henry County - Henry County Courthouse

Abbeville and Henry County Reviews

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Pleasant, Nostalgic Little Town Feb 07, 2017
I enjoy learning about the history and the people of a location so I frequently write a tip about the demographics. Abbeville is a small town in Southeast Alabama, with a population of about 2700. It is the county seat of Henry County and is the oldest colonial town still in existence in Eastern Alabama having been established around 1814. The town was named after a local Indian creek meaning "grove of dogwoods". It is the first town alphabetically, both city and state, listed in the US. Henry County is often referred to as "the mother county" because many of the other counties were formed out of it. It was named after Patrick Henry, the patriot who stated "Give me liberty or give me death"; one of the most inspirational historic figures from that time.

Abbeville has a nice veterans park and memorials to the veterans of the nation's military honoring their sacrifices and their contributions to our freedom and our way of life.
Henry County Courthouse
Veterans' Memorial on Courthouse G…
Veterans' Park
Veterans' Memorials
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