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The Bermuda Hill is a historic home in Prairieville, Alabama. It was built in 1845 by Francis Strother Lyon as a plantation house.

The Bermuda Hill is mostly significant for its connection with Lyon. Lyon was once a prominent man in Alabama back in his days, serving as an antebellum United States Congress member and a Confederate States Congress member during the Civil War. He was also a well known local attorney and a planter.

The Bermuda Hill served as an alternative residence for Lyon and his wife. This is mainly because they also had another residential home in Demopolis, known as the historic Bluff Hall. Both of his residences are equally historically significant, landing their own spots in the National Register of Historic Places.
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