State Manager Margie Daniels
|Choctaw County was created by the Alabama legislature on
1847 Dec. 29. It was named for the Choctaw Indians, one of the four
Indian groups that occupied what is now the State of Alabama. The
county is located in the southwestern part of the state, and is
bordered by Sumter,
Marengo, Clarke, and Washington counties, and
the State of Mississippi. it encompasses 909 square miles. Butler is
the county seat. Other towns and communities include Bladon Springs
We are proud to be part of
. Choctow is up for adoption if you are interested contact Margie
Daniels at the email address shown in the gray box.
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