Oconee County (108)

Historic Markers Across Georgia

 

Oconee County was created on Feb. 25, 1875.

The county seat is in Watkinsville, GA.,
and the county is 186.2 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Oconee county home page.

  FIPS Code: 13219

  Information about Oconee County, Georgia, from Wikipedia.

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

 

There are 9 Historic Markers in Oconee County.

Birthplace of Bishop A. G. Haygood and Miss Laura A. Haygood   -   GHM 108-2
  Main St (US 129) in Watkinsville, GA WM7KE3    P*

Blue Star Memorial Highway   -   GCG 
  US 78 at Bethabara Baptist Church, .3 mile west of Ga. WM2RWF    P*

E.D. Stroud School / A Georgia Equalization School   -   GHS 108-2
  at the Colham Ferry Elementary School, 191 Colham Ferry Road, Watkinsville, GA   

Eagle Tavern   -   GHM 108-5
  Opposite courthouse on US 129/US 441 in Watkinsville WM7KE0    P*

Elder's Mill Covered Bridge   -   GHS 108-1
  Elder Mill Rd. S. of Ga. 15 WMZP4    P*

Jeannette Rankin's Georgia Home   -   GHM 108-6
  Mars Hill Rd near intersection with Ga. 53, two miles northwest of Watkinsville WM7KDX    P*

John Andrew   -   GHM 108-3
  129/441 .8 mile S of southern city limit sign of Bishop, Ga. WM6RG6    P*

Oconee County   -   GHM 108-1
  at the courthouse on US 129/US 441 in Watkinsville, GA. WM7KE1    P*

The Stoneman Raid   -   GHM 108-4
  Opposite courthouse on US 129/US 441 in Watkinsville WM7KDY    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.