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Coffee County was created by the Alabama legislature
on 1841 Dec. 29, from what had been part of Dale County. It was named for Gen.
John Coffee, a hero of the Creek War of 1813-14. Coffee County is located in
the southeastern part of the state and is bordered on the north by Pike County,
on the east by Dale County, on the south by Geneva County, and on the west by
Covington and Crenshaw counties. It encompasses 680 square miles. The first
county seat was at Wellborn. The county courthouse was destroyed by fire in
1851, and the following year the legislature authorized an election to be held
to select another site. The town of Elba, then called Bentonville, was chosen.
Other towns and communities include Enterprise, Kinston, and New Brockton.