Ware County (148)

Historic Markers Across Georgia

 

Ware County was created on Feb. 15, 1824.

The county seat is in Waycross, GA.,
and the county is 906.6 Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Ware county home page.

  FIPS Code: 13299

  Information about Ware County, Georgia, from Wikipedia.

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

 

There are 10 Historic Markers in Ware County.

1873 Methodism Comes To Waycross   -   UMC 12
  On Gilmore Street at the First United Methodist, 410 Williams St, Waycross, GA WM9TXM    P*

Blue Star Memorial Highway   -   GCG 
  at the entrance to the Okefenokee Swamp Park on US 1 at GA 177 junction about 6 miles SE of Waycross, GA WM9TXV    P*

Blue Star Memorial Highway   -   GCG 
  Oakland Cemetery on US 84, NE of Waycross, GA WM9TXP    P*

Co. F 121st Infantry   -    
  on the front of the Waycross City Hall, 417 Pendleton Street, Waycross, GA. WM9TXH    P*

Okefenokee Swamp   -   GHM 148-3
  US 1/US 23 at US 84 junction in south edge of Waycross, GA WM9RVB    P*

Providence or Camp Creek Church   -   GHM 148-5
  US 84/Ga 38 at Manor, about 3 miles from Clinch County line WM4NR8    P*

Senator Nicholas Ware   -   GHM 148-4
  Courthouse in Waycross, GA WM9RVE    P*

The Wildes Massacre   -   GHM 148-6
  US 23/319 just south of US 84 in Waycross, GA WM4NRB    P*

Vereen Bell Highway   -   GHM 148-1
  US 1/US 23 at Ga 177 junction about 6 miles SE of Waycross, GA WM41DE    P*

Ware Courthouse   -   GHM 148-2
  US 23/319 near Courthouse in Waycross, GA WM9RVJ    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.