Quitman County

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Quitman

Quitman County is named for John A Quitman, who was a Governor of Mississippi and who served in the Mexican War.

 

Created:  December 10, 1858

County Seat: 

Georgetown  1858 – present

 

County Courthouse – Georgetown 

 

Location:  1110 Main Street / Middle Street

Built:  1938 – 1939

Style:  Stripped Classical with Colonial Revival

Architect:  T Firth Lockwood, Jr.

Contractor:  D M Still

 

Description:  The building faces east and is a one story red colored brick and concrete structure. The east front has a recessed centre section with for vertical concrete dividers. The roof is pitched. There are lower north and south one story wings.

 

Courthouses: 

N – Stewart County

E – Randolph County

S – Clay County

W – Henry County, Alabama and Barbour County, Alabama 

 

 

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Photos taken 2010