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Marlon Cook, Director

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Scanned Well Records

Scanned_wells Autauga Baldwin Barbour Bibb Blount Bullock Butler Calhoun Chambers Cherokee Chilton Choctaw Clarke Clay Cleburne Coffee Colbert Conecuh Coosa Covington Pike Henry Cullman Escambia Wilcox Monroe Washington Mobile Geneva Dale Houston Russell Lee Macon Montgomery Elmore Tallapossa Randolph Lowndes Dallas Perry Marengo Sumter Hale Greene Pickens Lamar Talladega Shelby Jefferson St. Clair Tuscaloosa Fayette Walker Winston Marion Franklin Lauderdale Lawrence Limestone Morgan Madison Marshall Etowah DeKalb Jackson

This map shows the State of Alabama including the county boundaries (black lines). The Geological Survey of Alabama well numbering system uses the township and range grid.The letter "A" is assigned to the northeasternmost township in each county. Remaining townships in each county are assigned sequential letters of the alphabet. Click on the county of interest and then on the desired township for the scanned well records for that township.

Some of the records scanned are old and faded. The poor quality scanned images are included to provide the user with the information that a well exisits in that area. If a clear, readable record is still needed, a visit to the files to view the original may be needed. For information relating to the scanned wells, please contact Amye S. Hinson.

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