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Virginia D Evett 88 years old

1313A Briarwood Ave SW
Fort Payne AL 35967

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49 relatives found for Virginia D Evett - Fort Payne, AL

Otis M Evett

92 years old

Otis M Evett

92 years old

Audis M Evett

92 years old

Evett Jer Evett

54 years old

Lawanda Faye Evett

59 years old

Lois M Evett

Unknown Age

Amanda L Davie

43 years old

Amelia L Farmer

45 years old

Billy G Farmer

75 years old

Brian P Willis

25 years old

Chris G Farmer

50 years old

Jessica Diane Bentley

37 years old

Judy A Farmer

66 years old

Judy Ann Farmer

71 years old

Justin Evett

24 years old

Kolton L Farmer

20 years old

Matthew Farmer

45 years old

Matthew Blake Farmer

26 years old

Maureen Ann Willis

64 years old

Maurice R Farmer

78 years old

Background Info on Fort Payne,AL

In the 19th century, the site of Fort Payne was the location of Willstown, an important village of the Cherokee people. For a time it was the home of Sequoyah, a silversmith who invented the Cherokee syllabary, enabling reading and writing in the language. The settlement was commonly called Willstown, after its headman, a red-headed mixed-race man named Will. According to Major John Norton, a more accurate transliteration would have been Titsohili. The son of a Cherokee adoptee of the Mohawk people, Norton grew up among Native Americans and traveled extensively throughout the region in the early 19th century. He stayed at Willstown several times.

During the 1830s prior to Indian removal, the US Army under command of Major John Payne built a fort here that was used to intern Cherokees until relocation to Oklahoma. Their forced exile became known as the Trail of Tears.

By the 1860s, Fort Payne and the surrounding area were still sparsely settled. It had no strategic targets and was the scene of only minor skirmishes between Union and Confederate forces during the Civil War. About the time of the Second Battle of Chattanooga, a large Union force briefly entered the county, but it did not engage substantial Confederate forces.

In 1878 Fort Payne became the county seat, and in 1889 it was incorporated as a town. The community of Lebanon had served as the county seat since 1850. With the completion of rail lines between Birmingham and Chattanooga, Fort Payne began to grow, as it was on the rail line. County sentiment supported having the seat in a community served by the railroad.

In the late 1880s, Fort Payne experienced explosive growth as investors and workers from New England and the North flooded into the region to exploit coal and iron deposits discovered a few years earlier. This period is called the "Boom Days", or simply the "Boom". Many of the notable and historic buildings in Fort Payne date from this period of economic growth, including the state's oldest standing theater, the Fort Payne Opera House; the former factory of the Hardware Manufacturing Company (today known as the W. B. Davis Mill Building and home to Big Mill Antiques Mall and Vintage 1889 restaurant; and the Fort Payne Depot Museum, formerly the passenger station for the present-day Norfolk Southern Railway. Today, it serves as a museum of local history.

This article uses material from the Wikipedia article "Fort_Payne,Alabama", which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

Crime TypeFort Payne/100k peopleAlabama/100k peopleNational/100k people
Violent Crime580524383
Vehicle Theftn/a263.4237.4
Property Crime3,2712,9572,362

Land Area125 sq/miles
Water Area0 sq/miles
Occupied Housing Units6,372
Median Household Income37,527
Population Density133 /mile
Housing Units7,340
Median Home Value88,600

Black Or African American6033%
American Indian Or Alaskan Native1480%
Native Hawaiian Other Pacific Islander260%
Other Race1,98611%
Two Or More Races4162%

Education LevelCountPercent
Less than High School Diploma3,18230%
High School Graduate5,08648%
Associates degree7747%
Bachelors degree9148%
Masters degree3593%
Professional school degree1611%
Doctorate degree420%

Transport MethodCountPercent
Car truck or van6,12295%
Bicycle Walked or Other Means951%
Worked at Home911%

Schools Close To Virginia D Evett - Fort Payne
Alternative School 155 20th Street NE Fort Payne, AL 35967 Other/Combined or Ungraded
Ruhuma Jr High School 3371 County Road 81 Fort Payne, AL 35967 Primary/Elementary
Williams Avenue Elementary School 1700 Williams Ave NE Fort Payne, AL 35967 Primary/Elementary
Wills Valley Elementary School 4111 Williams Ave NE Fort Payne, AL 35967 Primary/Elementary
Fort Payne Middle School 4910 Martin Ave NE Fort Payne, AL 35967 Middle/Elementary
Fort Payne High School 201 45th St NE Fort Payne, AL 35967 High/Secondary

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