Fayette County (056)

Historic Markers Across Georgia


Fayette County was created on May 15, 1821.

The county seat is in Fayetteville, GA.,
and the county is 199.3 Square Miles in area.

  Click here to visit the Fayette county home page.

  FIPS Code: 13113

  Information about Fayette County, Georgia, from Wikipedia.

  Georgia County facts for Fayette County.
  US Census Quick Facts about Fayette County.


There are 11 Historic Markers in Fayette County.

Fayette County   -   GHM 056-1
  Courthouse on Ga 85 in Fayetteville WM6A53    P*

Flat Rock African Methodist Episcopal Church   -   GHS 56-4
  148 Old Chapel Lane, Fayetteville 30215 WM7QAE    P*

Governor Hugh M. Dorsey   -   GHS 56-3
  240 South Glynn Street, Fayetteville WM7J6D    P*

Grady L. Huddleston   -    
  200 W Lanier Ave, Fayetteville, GA      

Holly Grove African Methodist Episcopal Church   -   GHS 56-1
  400 Holly Grove Church Road, Peachtree City WM6A42    P*

Hopeful Primitive Baptist Church   -    
  t the intersection of Georgia Route 92 and New Hope Rd, Fayetteville, GA      

Skirmish at Shakerag   -    
  Ebenezer Drive east of Davis Road. WMBZ2X    P*

Starr's Mill   -   GHS 56-2
  at the mill pond on Ga. 85 south of Fayetteville WM6A41    P*

The Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House   -    
  140 West Lanier Avenue (GA 54), just west of Ga 85 in Fayetteville, GA WMBZ2T    P*

Untitled (Palmer Family Cemetery)   -    
  Old Ga 74 (Senoia Rd) just east of Ga 74, N of Tyron WM2VBG    P*

World's Longest Courthouse Bench   -    
  near the front entrance to the Old Fayette County Courthouse at 200 Courthouse Square, Fayetteville, GA    P*


M  - The marker is missing.
P  - There is a picture of the marker on the detail page.
P* - There is a picture of the marker on the detail page and I have personally visited this marker.
R  - The marker has been removed.

Waymark of *NE - This marker is not eligible to be waymarked.