Stewart County (128)

Historic Markers Across Georgia

 

Stewart County was created on Feb. 23, 1830.

The county seat is in Lumpkin, GA.,
and the county is 463.3 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Stewart county home page.

  FIPS Code: 13259

  Information about Stewart County, Georgia, from Wikipedia.

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

 

There are 36 Historic Markers in Stewart County.

Academic Pioneers (Side 2)   -   HCC 
  At Westville at the Arbor WMA735   

Antioch Institute   -   HCC 
  At Louvale on US 27 WMA74Z   

Battle of Shephards Plantation   -   WPA 
  on Ga 39 just north of Florence Marina State Park WMA6ZY   

Bedingfield Inn   -   HCC 
  Behind hours on Ga 27, Lumpkin, GA WMA72Y   

Blue Star Memorial Highway   -   GCG 
  In Richland, GA, at north intersection of US 280 and old 280 WMA73Q   

Cedarwood Cemetery   -   HCC 
  At cemetery by RR tracks in Richland, GA WMA73N   

County Courthouse   -   HCC 
  At courthouse, Lumpkin, GA   

First Post Office Site   -   GHM 128-11
  Just west of US 280 in Richland, GA WMA73B   

First Seat of Government of Randolph County   -   GHM 128-16
  Singer Pond Rd east of US 27 near the Randolph County line   

Florence   -   HCC 
  At Florence Marina, GA 39   

Fort Ingersol - Removed/ Missing --
  -    
  1 mile east of Florence on Ga 39C   

Fort Jones   -   GHM 128-9
  Ga 39 about 2 miles south of Florence WM8W1W   

Fort McCreary - 1836   -   GHM 128-7
  At Omaha on Ga 39 WMA0CG   

Gen. Evans' Birthplace   -   GHM 128-4
  2 mi SE of Ga 55 on the road to Troutman via Mt Olive Church   

Green Grove Missionary Baptist Church (Side 2)   -   HCC 
  at Green Grove Missionary Baptist Church and School on Old Lumpkin-Eufaula Rd. 6 miles SE of Lumpkin WMAFTR   

Green Grove Schoolhouse (Side 1)   -   HCC 
  at Green Grove Missionary Baptist Church and School on Old Lumpkin-Eufaula Rd. 6 miles SE of Lumpkin WMAFTK   

Historic Richland   -   HCC 
  At Park on US 280 in Richland, GA WMA73E   

Indian Trail   -   GHM 128-3
  Ga 39 about 3 miles E of Omaha just E of mile marker 15      

Indian War of 1836 - Replaced by GHM 128-3? --
  -   WPA 
  8 mi north of Lumpkin, GA, US 27   

Jackson Tral   -   DAR 
  Mouted on a rock off GA 27 about 2 1/2 miles east of Lumpkin just east of Parker Road. WMBKPD   

John Wellborn Root Birthplace Site   -   GHM 128-15
  Maple St just south of Ga 27 in Lumpkin, GA WMA731   

Louvale Church Row   -   HCC 
  At Louvale on US 27 WMA754   

Lumpkin and Stewart County   -   GHM 128-8
  Courthouse in Lumpkin, GA   

Masonic Female College   -   GHM 128-14
  US 27 North in Lumpkin, GA   

Methodist Camp Ground   -   GHM 128-13
  Ga 27 about 3 miles east of Lumpkin, GA WMA739   

Providence Canyons   -   GHM 128-1
  US 27 North in Lumpkin, GA   

Providence Canyons - Replaced by GHM 128-1 --
  -   WPA 
  Lumpkin, GA, US 27   

Providence Chapel   -   GHM 128-5
  Old US 280 north of Richland, GA, at Red Hill WMA749   

Providence United Methodist Church   -   HCC 
  At church, 7 mi W of Lumpkin, GA on Ga 39 Connector   

Rev. David Walker Lowe   -    
  Just inside entrance, Providence Canyon State Park, Ga 39 Connector   

Richland Baptist Church Site   -   GHM 128-12
  At Park on US 280 in Richland, GA WMA73H   

Roanoke   -   GHM 128-10
  Ga 39 about 2 1/2 miles south of Florence WM8W69   

Roanoke Cemetery - Removed/ Missing --
  -   DAR 
  About 2 1/2 miles south of Florence, GA   

Stewart County Academy And Masonic Building   -   GHM 128-6
  Ga 27 opposite the courthouse in Lumpkin, GA WMA733   

Timothy Barnard - Removed/ Missing --
  -   WPA 
  US 27 in Lumpkin, GA   

Westville Symposium (Side 1)   -   HCC 
  At Westville, GA, at the Arbor WMA737   

 

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 Stewart County Resources.

Historic Chattahoochee Commission