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To contact the St. Stephens Historical Commission, please email us at oldststephens@sshc.alabama.gov, or write to the following address:

St. Stephens Historical Commission
P.O. Box 78
St. Stephens, 36569
or call (251) 246-6790

There will be a board meeting on Wednesday, March 28th at 3:30 at the old Washington County Courthouse in St. Stephens.

The Old St. Stephens Historical Park is open year-round, seven days a week. For more information, or to make a reservation, please call (251) 247-2622, or email oldststephens@sshc.alabama.gov. Horseback riding is now available. Call 251-247-2622 for more information about horseback riding at Old St. Stephens.

It is spring at Old St. Stephens Historical Park! Click here to see a slideshow of Old St. Stephens' beautiful spring foliage.

Other organizations concerning Washington County:

The Genealogy Society of Washington County, which publishes the Washington County Historical/Genealogical Society newsletter, may be reached at the following address:

Barbara Waddell
P.O. Box 421
Chatom, AL 36518

The Washington County Historical/Genealogical Society hopes to have a new book of early settlers published in 2007. This book is made up of family sketches of the earliest settlers of the county. These are the first settlers of the Tombigbee River, who had Spanish and British land grants, and the Old St. Stephens settlers. If you have any information about the early settlers that you would like to share, or if you would like to find out more information, please contact Ms. Barbara Waddell, P.O. Box 421, Chatom, AL 36518 or email at chatomgirl@yahoo.com. Proceeds from this book will go to help with renovations of the old courthouse at St. Stephens.

For information concerning park hours, prices, and availability please contact sshc@alabama.gov
The Old St. Stephens website was created and is maintained by Sarah Mattics
Copyright © 2007 by the St. Stephens Historical Commission.
We welcome your comments.

Last updated Thursday, May 01, 2008