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The Fort Mims Restoration Association exists to preserve the historic site of Fort Mims, to educate the public about its significant role in the history of Alabama and our nation, and to commemorate the lives of all those lost 200 years ago in the Alabama wilderness. We hope that everyone will always "Remember Fort Mims!" The annual commemoration and living history weekend is held the last weekend in August. This event provides an excellent opportunity to learn about the daily life of early settlers and how their lives intermingled with the Creek Indians during the early 1800's, long before Alabama became a state.


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FMRA BOARD MEMBERS


Lynn Hastie Bozone - Stockton Alabama

Richard 'RA' Bryars - Mobile, Alabama

Reenactor

Forrest Carl Bullin - Tensaw, Alabama

Descendant of Captain Joseph Booth, Coronel Lee Slaughter, Reese Smith, Jesse Embree - who all rode with Jackson

Claudia Slaughter Campbell - Tensaw, Alabama

Descendant of Captain Booth, Colonel Slaughter, Reese Smith, Jesse Embree

Johnny Earle Chason - Blacksher, Alabama

Descendant of Edward Steadham, Fort Mims survivor

Georgene Gause Conner - Stockton, Alabama

Descendant of Captain Booth

Georgia Ann Conner - Stockton, Alabama

Descendant of Captain Booth

Glenn Cooley - Tensaw, Alabama

Gordon Phillips - Bay Minette, Alabama

Descendant of Edward Steadham, Fort Mims survivor and Far-Off Warrior Red Stick Creek Indian

John Earle Steadham - Stockton, Alabama

Descendant of Edward Steadham, Fort Mims survivor

Diane King Wallace - Latham, Alabama

Descendant of Edward Steadham, Fort Mims survivor