Bullock County

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Bullock

Bullock County is named for Edward Bullock, who was a Colonel from Barbour County.

 

Created:  December 5, 1866

County Seat:

Union Springs  1867 – present

 

County Courthouse – Union Springs

 

Location:  217 North Prairie Street / Conecuh Avenue

Built:  1871 – 1872

Style:  Second Empire

Architect:  M M Tye

Contractor:  M M Tye

 

Description:  The building faces east and  is a three story red colored brick structure. On the east front is a recessed porch supported by two large columns rising two stories with a balcony at the top with two round windows. On the north and south sides are large square brick towers with arched windows on the second and third stories and with mansard roofs. On the south side is a one story wing. The building was renovated in 1992 and the architect was Goodwyn, Mills & Carwood, and the contractor was Construction Consultants. Behind the courthouse is the old two story brick jail.

 

See:  National Register of Historic Places – Bullock County Courthouse Historic District

 

Courthouses: 

 Montgomery County and Macon County

E – Russell County and Barbour County

S – Barbour County and Pike County

W – Montgomery County

 

 

 

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Photos taken 2009 and 2010