Chilton County Maps

 
 

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Chilton County Maps

This is a very brief description of the some of the boundaries that affect Chilton County,Al genealogists. Before 1828 everything East of the Cossa River to the Ga. line was Indian lands but by 1831 St. Clair, Shelby and Montgomery Counties extended to the Georgia line. By 1832 Alabama started to show some of the shape it has today with counties across the state that have changed many times.

The GenealogyInc.com website has a fantastic county formation web page that can be interactively stepped through the years.

Maps are from David Dennis' copy of AniMap Plus, County Boundary Historical Atlas with permission. It is very useful. Their site is Gold Bug Historic Maps & Software (David Dennis)
He included X's at (north to south) Jemison,Clanton and Verbena as reference points.



1910 Chilton County showing old county (pre-chilton) lines.


The Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps for Clanton for July 1917,Oct.1928 and Oct. 1928-Mar 1938 are availible online through Alabama libraries.
This site has downloadable pdf files of the ALDOT county highway maps. They are large files, Chilton is 99mb.

Here is the direct link to the AL DOT county highway maps. Select "Current County" maps and then pick "General Hwy Maps" and then choose your county.

Alabama Maps, a U of Alabama site with lots of old maps of the county.


A 1891 Topo map of most of Chilton, a 4 mega byte map. This will be a slow download for most so I recommend you save it to your harddrive. This is the same as the 1891 topo at the U of Alabama website but in a format you can save. From my personal map collection. (David Dennis)

At Google Books

National newspaper directory and gazetteer, By Pettingill, firm, newspaper advertising agents, 1899 Alabama begins on page 15 with a statewide road map. You can clip a copy but to get a clear copy you'll have to download the whole book.

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