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Limestone County was created by an act of the Alabama
Territorial General Assembly on 1818 Feb. 6. It was formed from land comprising
Elk County that was created on May 24, 1817. Limestone County is west of Madison
County, north of the Tennessee River, and east of the western boundary line
of range six, west of the basis meridian of the county. An act of the state
General Assembly on 1821 Nov. 27 gave to the county all of the land belonging
to Lauderdale County, in the fork of the Tennessee and Elk Rivers, east of range
six. Today Limestone County is bounded on the north by the State of Tennessee,
on the east by Madison County, on the south by Morgan and Lawrence counties,
and on the west by Lauderdale County. It currently encompasses 559 square miles.
The name of the county comes from the creek which flows through it, whose bed
is of hard limestone. Athens was chosen as the county seat in 1819. Other towns
of note are Belle Mina, Elkmont, Capshaw and Mooresville.