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Stallion for Sale in locust fork, AL
super cute broke mini! no spook and kid safe!
About locust fork, AL
While traveling south with his troops in 1815, General Andrew Jackson camped along a river in the area. General Jackson carved his name in a locust tree, naming the area Locust Fork. In the early 1800s Nick Hudson built a public inn in what is now Locust Fork. He erected barns to shelter the horses and hogs of the Tennessee farmers who drove them to the deeper South for a more profitable market. Locust Fork was incorporated January 18, 1977.