Walton County (147)

Historic Markers Across Georgia

 

Walton County was created on Feb. 15, 1818.

The county seat is in Monroe, GA.,
and the county is 330.1 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Walton county home page.

  FIPS Code: 13297

  Information about Walton County, Georgia, from Wikipedia.

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

 

There are 11 Historic Markers in Walton County.

Battle of Jack's Creek   -    DAR
  Located on East Spring St (GA 10) at N Madison Ave. WM685N    P*

Garrard's Cavalry Raid   -   GHM 147-6
  US 78 and Ga 20, Loganville WM6MQK    P*

Georgia Vocational and Trades School   -    
  On Hwy 11 just north of Walker Park Dr, about 3 miles north of Monroe, GA. WM6V8E   

Hightower Trail   -   WPA 11 C-8
  Hightower Trail and Ga 11, Social Circle WM27GR    P*

James Monroe   -   GHM 147-3
  on Ga 11 (Broad Street) one block south of courthouse, Monroe WM2RW9    P*

Moore's Ford Lynching   -   GHS 147-1
  US 78 and Locklin Road at Oconee County line WM60GN    P*

Seven Governors Have Lived in Walton County   -   GHM 147-4
  City Hall, Ga 11 (Broad Street), Monroe WM2RW7    P*

The Battle of Jack's Creek-Sept. 21, 1787 - Missing   -   GHM 147-2
  US 78/Ga 10 in the northeast edge of Monroe, GA   

The March to the Sea   -   GHM 147-5
  Ga 11 at United Methodist Church in Social Circle WM27GY    P*

The Poppy Lady   -   GHM 147-7
  Ga 83 at Moina Michael Road, southeast of Good Hope WM6T4K    P*

Walton County   -   GHM 147-1
  Courthouse in Monroe WM2RWE    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.