Kennedy Mill Historical Marker

Kennedy Mill Historical Marker


Site of one of Alabama's first sawmills. In 1811, Joshua Kennedy engaged Jesse Ember to build two water-powered sawmills, convertible to grist mills, for a total of $1400. The mills were operated by Kennedy through 1820; were burned twice, once by Indians. The mill dam and site were later used by the Bryne Brothers, and then by Hastic & Silver Co. until 1906, when they were abandoned. Location: on Alabama Route 225 1.2 miles north of Interstate 65, Bay Minette, AL. Coordinates: N 30° 57.972 W 087° 51.7830.9662 -87.863

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  • undefined Highway 225
  • Stockton, AL 36579


Stockton is located in the The Gulf Coast Area of the Beaches Gulf Coast Region

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