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Foley Funeral Homes

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    Foley is also known as: Baldwin County / Foley city.

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  • Julio Jones (american football player and  athlete) was born in Foley.

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Julio Jones (american football player and athlete), and Robert Lester (american football player).

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  • History

    The 2000 census lists the population of the city as 7,590. Foley is a principal city of the Daphne–Fairhope–Foley Micropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Baldwin County. Foley was founded by John B. Foley of Chicago. As Foley was traveling to President McKinley's funeral in 1901, he met a railroad agent who told him of the area in South Baldwin County. Foley came down the following year, liked what he saw and bought up between 40,000 acres (160 km) and 50,000 acres (200 km) of land. He returned to Chicago and formed the Magnolia Land Company. As he began to sell off acreage, he realized the need for a better way for the people to come to Foley. Foley used some of his own money to lay the rails so the train could come from Bay Minette. The first railroad station was built in 1905. The original station burned in 1908 and was replaced the following year by the station that is now the City's museum. John Foley donated parcels of land for a school and churches. The first train to service Foley was a wood burner called the "Pine Knot Special. " It would leave Foley in the morning and make a return trip in the...

    The official website for the city of Foley is http://www.cityoffoley.org/.

    There are currently 4 funeral home listings for the city of Foley, Alabama.

All Funeral Homes in Foley
B

Bayview Funeral Home
2551 S Mckenzie St Send flowers
Foley, AL 36535


C

Cason Funeral Service
15213 State Highway 59 Send flowers
Foley, AL 36580


H

Hawthorne & Wilson Funeral Home
12710 County Road 65 Send flowers
Foley, AL 36535


P

Pine Rest Memorial Park & Funeral
16541 Us Highway 98 Send flowers
Foley, AL 36535