Talladega County was created by an act of the Alabama General Assembly on December 18, 1832 from land ceded by the Creek Indians.
Talladega County was named for a Creek Indian village.
Talladega County is located near the geographic center of the state in the Coosa River Valley.
Towns & Communities
The county seat was established at the city of Talladega in 1834.
Other significant towns include Sylacauga, Childersburg, Sycamore and Lincoln.
~ Source: Ancestor Swap Meet 2003 book, June 21, 2003, Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society. Content modified for better readability.
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Talladega County ALGen site – a comprehensive genealogy site for the county.
Towns of Talladega County – list of towns in the county including historical.
Talladega County Archives – a USGenWeb Archives Project.