Calhoun County (8)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Calhoun County was created on 1832.

The county seat is in Anniston, AL.,
and the county is 606 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Calhoun county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01015

  Information about Calhoun County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Calhoun County.

 

There are 65 Historic Markers in Calhoun County.

10th Alabama Volunteers - Army of Northern Virginia, C.S.A.   -   AHA 
  In town square on AL Hwy 21 in Jacksonville, AL WM363H      

Anniston Memorial Hospital   -   ACRT 7
  400 East 10th Street, Anniston, AL      

Anniston Public Library Desegregation   -   ACRT 6
  108 East 10th Street, Anniston, AL      

Anniston's Military Heritage   -    
  at Centennial Memorial Park on Quintard Avenue at 17th Street, Anniston, AL. WMF0KP      

Beauregard's Headquarters   -    
  at the intersection of Pelham Road (State Highway 21) and James Street SE, Jacksonville, Alabama WM2R2E      

Cane Creek Furnace   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 78 east of Eastaboga, AL   

Chief Ladiga Trail - Jacksonville   -    
  at the old train depot, on Mountain Street Northwest west of Woodward Avenue Northwest, Jacksonville, Alabama. WMF65W      

Confederate Hospital   -    
  at the First Presbyterian Church on Clinton Street Southeast, Jacksonville, Alabama      

Creek Indian Campaign Memorial   -   DAR 
  Simmons Park, 402 Main Street, Oxford, AL      

Crook Cemetery   -    
  on McCullars Lane west of County Road 73, Alexandria, Alabama WMF3JT      

Cross Plains - Piedmont   -    
  on East Ladiga Street east of North Center Avenue, Piedmont, Alabama      

Doctor Francis' Office   -    
  at the intersection of Gayle Avenue SW and Clinton Street SW, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF6G5      

Downtown Jacksonville Historic District   -    
  on Public Square East (State Highway 21) north of Ladiga Street Southeast, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF6HY      

First Presbyterian Church   -    
  on East Ladiga Street, Piedmont, Alabama      

Forney's Corner   -    
  is on Public Square West (State Highway 21) south of Clinton Street Southwest, Jacksonville, Alabama      

Freedom Riders   -   AHA 
  AL Hwy 202 at mile marker 4 southwest of Anniston, AL      

General Leonidas Polk C.S.A.   -    
  is at the intersection of Chinabee Avenue Southeast and Ladiga Street Southeast, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF71K      

George W. Ingram   -    
  201 East 17th Street, Anniston, AL      

George W. Ingram 1918 - 1941   -    
  at Centennial Memorial Park on Quintard Avenue at 17th Street, Anniston, AL. WMF0KR      

Governor Thomas E. Kilby   -   AHA 
  10th Street @ Johnston Drive in Anniston, AL WMF77K      

Grace Episcopal Church   -   AHA 
  1000 Leighton Ave, Anniston, AL WM431Q      

Greyhound Bus Station Protest   -   ACRT 3
  1031 Gurnee Avenue, Anniston, AL      

Historic Oxford   -    
  Simmons Park at the intersetion of Main and Oak Street. WMF0K1      

Intendants and Mayors of Jacksonville   -    
  on Ladiga Street Southeast, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF6J0      

Jacksonville Calhoun County, Alabama   -    
  is at the intersection of Pelham Road North (State Highway 21) and Mountain Street Northeast, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF5NH      

Jacksonville - First County Seat   -   AHA 
  In town square on AL Hwy 21 in Jacksonville, AL WM2Q9J      

Jacksonville State University   -    
  is on University Circle west of North Pelham Road (State Highway 21), Jacksonville, Alabama WMF4W1      

Jacksonville, Alabama “Gem of the Hills”   -    
  on Mountain Street Northwest west of Woodward Avenue Northwest, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF5XD      

Janney Furnace   -    
  on Janney Road 0.1 miles east of Spring Road, Ohatchee, Alabama WMF43H      

John Horace Forney   -   AHA 
  In town square on AL Hwy 21 in Jacksonville, AL WM2NFA      

John Tyler Morgan   -   AHA 
  In town square on AL Hwy 21 in Jacksonville, AL WM2Q9P      

Joseph William Burke   -   AHA 
  On NE corner of the lawn of Bibb Graves Hall, Jacksonville State University, AL Hwy 21 WMF4FN      

Ladiga Cavalry Skirmish   -   AHA 
  Ala. Hwy 21, Jacksonville, AL   

Lincoyer and The Battle of Tallasehatchee   -    
  on McCullars Lane west of County Road 73, Alexandria, Alabama WMF3X4      

Major John Pelham   -   AHA 
  US Hwy 431 north of Anniston near mile marker 238 WM43QW      

Major John Pelham   -   AHA 
  AL Hwy 21 (Pelham Road) @ James Street SE, Jacksonville, AL.      

Parker Memorial Baptist Church   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 78, 1205 Quintard Ave, Anniston, AL WMF0HM      

Piedmont First United Methodist Church   -    
  at the intersection of North Main Street and Alabama Street on North Main Street      

Presidents of Jacksonville State   -    
  on University Circle west of North Pelham Road (State Highway 21), Jacksonville, Alabama WMF4W4      

Saint Michael and All Angel   -    
  at the intersection of Quintard Avenue (U.S. 431) and East 18th Street, Anniston, Alabama WMF3DV      

Seventeenth Street Missionary Baptist Church   -   ACRT 9
  801 West 17th Street, Anniston, AL      

Simmons Park   -    
  Simmons Park at the intersetion of Main and Oak Street. WMF0K2      

Site of Indian Trading Post   -    
  at the intersection of Public Square West (State Highway 21) and Ladiga Street Southwest, Jacksonville, Alabama      

Site of Oxford College   -   AHA 
  Near Oxford Stadium on the north side of Hamric Dr (US 78) in Oxford, AL. WM5EWK      

Southern Railway Station Attack   -   ACRT 1
  126 West 4th Street, Anniston, AL      

Tallasseehatchee   -   AHA 
  US Hwy 431 near Wellington near mile marker 244 WM43R0      

Temple Beth El   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Quintard Avenue (U.S. 431) and East 13th Street, Anniston, Alabama WMF0HQ      

The Alabama Tennessee River Railroad   -    
  at the intersection of North Center Avenue and Front Street East on North Center Avenue, Piedmont, Alaba      

The Birthplace of the “Gallant Pelham”   -    
  is on Choctaw Street north of Tomahawk Trail, Anniston, Alabama      

The Depot Chief Ladiga Trail   -    
  at the old train depot, on Mountain Street Northwest west of Woodward Avenue Northwest, Jacksonville, Alabama. WMF65T      

The First National Bank of Jacksonville   -    
  at the intersection of Pelham Road North and Clinton Street Southwest, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF6GM      

The Human Relations Council   -   ACRT 5
  1128 Gurnee Avenue, Anniston, AL      

The Legacy of the Military   -    
  at Centennial Memorial Park on Quintard Avenue at 17th Street, Anniston, AL. WMWB40      

The Magnolias Home of Clarence William Daugette — B. Sc., M. Sc., LL. D. 1873-1942 —   -    
  at the intersection of Pelham Road (Alabama Route 21) and 5th Street NE, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF523      

The Murder of Willie Brewster   -   ACRT 4
  25 West 11th Street, Anniston, AL      

The Tallasahatchie Battle Field   -    
  on McCullars Lane west of County Road, Alexandria, Alabama      

Thomas A. Walker 1811-1888   -    
  at the intersection of Pelham Road (State Highway 21) and 5th Street NE, Jacksonville, Alabama WMF52B      

Thomas C. Hindman   -   AHA 
  Jacksonville, AL   

Thomas C. Hindman   -    
  Jacksonville, AL      

Town of Hobson City   -    
  on Martin Luther King Dr, Anniston, AL WMWB45      

Trailways Attack   -    
  ntersection of Noble St and East 9th St, Anniston, AL      

Trailways Bus Station Attack   -   ACRT 2
  901 Noble Street, Anniston, AL      

Tyrus Raymond Cobb   -    
  1000 Quintard Avenue, Anniston, AL      

West 15th Street Historic District   -   ACRT 8
  416 West 15th Street, Anniston, AL      

William Henry Forney   -   AHA 
  In town square on AL Hwy 21 in Jacksonville, AL WM2QDZ      

 

M  - The marker is missing.
R  - The marker has been removed.

 

Other Calhoun County Resources.

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