|Latitude 34 North|
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Fayette County was created on May 15, 1821.
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.
There are 9 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*|
|Holly Grove African Methodist Episcopal Church - GHS 56-1|
|400 Holly Grove Church Road, Peachtree City||WM6A42||P*|
|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.