Greene County

Greene County, located in the west-central part of the state of Alabama, is named for Revolutionary War hero General Nathaniel Greene, from Rhode Island.


Early Precinct Maps

Site Map


Counties neighboring Greene include Pickens, Tuscaloosa, Hale and Sumter. Hale County was formed primarily from the east half of Greene County in 1867, therefore a lot of early Hale County information can be found on this site.

Sumter County Alabama GenWeb Site Pickens County Alabama GenWeb Site Hale County Alabama GenWeb Site Tuscaloosa County Alabama GenWeb Site

Welcome to the Greene County, Alabama GenWeb site -- a part of the U.S. GenWeb Project.  Comments and contributions should be submitted to either of the web hosts: Kim Jacobson or Cheryl Schmenk.


Recent Updates:

David Hitt

 David Hitt, Pleasant Ridge, Greene County Early Settlers.
Click here to view Greene County historic photos.


Greene County Cemetery Updates:

John Hall Family Cemetery photos provided by Charles Black.

Otterson Cemetery provided by Eddie Herndon.

Watson Cemetery provided by Fenwick Byrd.


For comments about the Alabama GenWeb or to offer to help in any of the Counties of Alabama, please contact:

State Coordinator:  Ann Allen Geoghegan
Assistant State Coordinator:  Jeff Kemp
Alabama State Archives:  Carolyn Golowka