Putnam County (117)

Historic Markers Across Georgia

 

Putnam County was created on Feb. 10, 1807.

The county seat is in Eatonton, GA.,
and the county is 360.7 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Putnam county home page.

  FIPS Code: 13237

  Information about Putnam County, Georgia, from Wikipedia.

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

 

There are 25 Historic Markers in Putnam County.

Baptist Church of Christ at Ramoth   -   DAR 
  on Pierce Chapel Road east of US 129, Eatonton, GA   

Birthplace of Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar   -   WPA 
  Courthouse in Eatonton WM6ZXK   

Branch Bank of The State of Georgia   -   Eatonton-Putnam Co. Hist. Society 
  on U.S. 441 at Courthouse, Eatonton WMNJME   

Concord Methodist Church   -   GHM 117-8
  On Pea Ridge Road between US 441 and Ga 16 SE of Eatonton WM6ZQZ   

George Claud Adams   -   GHM 117-9
  In front of auditorium at Rock Eagle 4-H Club Center WM6ZHT   

Georgia 4-H Center   -   GHM 117-2
  US 441 north of Eatonton at E entrance to Rock Eagle 4-H Center WM6ZKA   

Georgia 4-H Clubs   -   GHM 117-1
  Off Ga 300 at N entrance to Rock Eagle 4-H Center WM6ZHJ   

Hillsborough   -   PCBC 
  Located on Old Pheonix Road at GA 16 East of Eatonton WM6ZQJ   

In Honor of Joel Chandler Harris   -   DAR 
  Courthouse in Eatonton WM6ZXD   

Mrs. Beall's Mill   -   GHS 117-1
  1043 Oconee Spring Road, S of Ga 16 E of Eatonton WM6ZQR   

Philadelphia United Methodist Church   -    
  New Phoenix Rd .6 mile SE of Old Phoenix Rd   

Putnam County   -   GHM 117-5
  Courthouse in Eatonton WMPW9A   

Rock Eagle Mound   -   GHM None
  US 441 north of Eatonton at east park entrance WM6ZKD   

Rock Eagle Mound Monument   -   GSCD 
  Located at the entrance to the mounds inside Rock Eagle. WM6ZJ3   

Rockville School   -   GHM 117-3
  In Rockville south of Ga 16 at the school WM6ZQW   

Site of John C. Mason's Dwelling House (Side 1)   -   Eatonton Baptist Church 
  Madison Avenue at Harris St., Eatonton WM6ZXP   

Site of John C. Mason's Dwelling House (Side 2)   -   Eatonton Baptist Church 
  Madison Avenue at Harris St., Eatonton WM6ZXP   

Site of the Home and Private School of Adiel Sherwood 1832-1836   -   Eatonton Baptist Church 
  Metal plaque attached to granite pillar, located about 1.2 miles north of Eatonton at the intersection of US 129/441 (Madison Road) and Sherwood Ave WM4G93   

The Bronson House   -   Eatonton-Putnam Co. Hist. Society 
  at intersection of Madison Ave. and Harris St., Eatonton WM6ZY3   

The March to the Sea   -   GHM 117-7
  Courthouse in Eatonton WM6ZX4   

The Stoneman Raid   -   GHM 117-6
  Courthouse in Eatonton WM6ZR3   

The Town Well Shelter   -   Uncle Remus Museum, Inc. 
  Uncle Remus Museum on US 441 in Eatonton WM6C3C   

Turnwold Plantation   -   GHM 117-4
  On Old Phoenix Rd between Ga 44 and Ga 16 NE of Eatonton WM12MN

Uncle Remus Museum   -   Uncle Remus Museum, Inc. 
  Uncle Remus Museum, US 441 south of courthouse WM6C2H   

Union Chapel United Methodist Church   -    
  Union Chapel Road at Rock Eagle Road   

 

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.

 

Other Putnam County Resources.

Eatonton History