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Conecuh County in Alabama and Monroe County in Alabama were combined to form Butler County by an act of the Legislature passed at Huntsville on December 13, 1819. This was the first session of Alabama's Legislature as a state. Fairfield was originally proposed as a name for the county. However, it was changed to Butler after the bill was passed. This was in honor Captain William Butler.
It is not known when the first white settlement was made in Butler County. It is believed that it was established as far back as 1814. However, James K. Benson was the first settler in no dispute. He settled in the Flat in 1815 and built a log home near the current Pine Flat Methodist Church. William Ogly, John Dickerson, and their families followed him, and settled on the Federal Road about 3 miles south of Fort Dale. A group of Georgians established a tent camp at Pine Flat in the fall of 1816. The next year, another group settled nearby Fort Dale.