Billingsley, Alabama

Located in Autauga Co. Alabama (near Montgomery)and named for Clement Billingsley, who settled near there in about 1803. He came to the area from Stafford County, Virginia and was a Revolutionary War soldier.

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To get to Billingsley, take US 82 North out of Prattville, the county seat. Turn right on Autauga County 37, which will take you right through the town center.

Sign from US 82
headed southbound
towards Prattville
Billingsley Baptist
Church sign


Billingsley library sign
(includes hours of operation)

The Famous Roof Sign
Billingsley Town Hall

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Sign from County Rd. 19


Gaines Cemetery
5.8 miles down County Road 19 from US 82

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View from County Road 19

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The gate to enter cemetery (see the headstone in center of photo?)
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Marker of Clement and Cynthia Turner Billingsley (before I removed the weeds)

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