Marshall County, county in Alabama, United States. As of 2020 county had an estimated population of 96,990 inhabitants. The county was created 186 years ago in 1836. Its county seat is "Guntersville".
There are 7 city/town in Marshall County, AL. The largest city of Marshall County is Albertville with a population of 21,777. Other cities include, City of Albertville population 21,556, Boaz population 9,706, Guntersville population 8,676, Arab population 8,406
City of Albertville, city in Marshall County, Alabama, USA
Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods & Other Populated Places in Marshall County.
|Albertville||City in Marshall County, Alabama, USA||Marshall||21,777|
|Arab||City in Marshall County, Alabama, US||Marshall||8,406|
|Boaz||City in Alabama, United States||Marshall||9,706|
|City of Albertville||City in Marshall County, Alabama, USA||Marshall||21,556|
|Douglas||Town in Marshall County, Alabama, in the United States||Marshall||758|
|Grant||Town in Alabama||Marshall||902|
|Guntersville||City in Marshall County, Alabama, United States||Marshall||8,676|