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Chilton County

SHELBY TALLADEGA COOSA ELMORE AUTAUGA DALLAS PERRY BIBB Image Map
Chilton County was created by act of the Alabama legislature on 30 December 1868 from land taken from Autauga, Bibb, Perry, and Shelby counties. Originally named Baker County, in honor of Alfred Baker, a prominent citizen, it was renamed Chilton in honor of Chief Justice William Parish Chilton on 17 December 1874. According to the 2010 U S Census, the population was 43,643 in a land area of 695 square miles, an average of about 63 people per square mile. The county seat is located at Clanton. Neighboring Chilton is Coosa County to the East with the Coosa River as the boundary. A corner of Chilton and Elmore Counties meet and families can be found there with ties to Chilton.
SHELBY | TALLADEGA | COOSA | ELMORE | AUTAUGA | DALLAS | PERRY | BIBB



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Last updated:Saturday, 24 Nov 2012