Conecuh County (18)

Historic Markers Across Alabama


Conecuh County was created on 1867.

The county seat is in Evergreen, AL.,
and the county is 850 sq mi Square Miles in area.

  FIPS Code: 01035

  Information about Conecuh County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Conecuh County.


There are 16 Historic Markers in Conecuh County.

City of Evergreen   -   ATD 
  131 East Front Street, Evergreen, AL WMNGK2      

Dr. John Watkins / 1785 - 1853   -    
  within Old Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery, 7339 Conecuh County 5, Evergreen, AL      

Dr. Watkins House   -   AHA 
  County Road 5 1.2 miles north of County Road 30, Evergreen, AL WMNJ36      

Ernest Stanley Crawford, M.D.   -    
  114 East Front Street, Evergreen, AL WMNGK4      

Evergreen Baptist Church   -    
  107 Park Street, Evergreen, AL WMNGK7      

First School in Conecuh County   -   AHA 
  County Road 15 one mile south of County Road 5, Evergreen, AL WMNJ32      

Historic and Beautiful Repton   -   ATD 
  on AL 41 at McMillan St, Repton, AL WMTWP4      

James Salter   -   DAR 
  County Road 5 2 miles north of Conecuh County (County Road 30), Peterman, AL      

John Green Cemetery   -    
  15580 Conecuh County 15, Evergreen, AL WMNGK0      

Longmire Stagecoach Stop & First Post Office in Conecuh County   -   AHA 
  on County Road 5 0.7 miles south of County Road 2, Evergreen, AL WMNJ42      

Midway   -   AHA 
  21950 Highway 83, Evergreen, AL WMNGJX      

Old Federal Road   -    
  at the intersection of County Road 5 and County Road 20, Monroeville, AL WMNJD2      

Old Federal Road   -    
  on Old Federal Road (County Road 5) south of County Road 42, vergreen, AL WMNJD9      

Reverend Hillary James Hawkins, D.D. (1905-1995)   -   AHC 
  at the intersection of Brown Hawkins Road and Fall Lane off U.S. Highway 84 , Lime Hill, AL WMNGK8      

Richard Thomas Baggett March 30, 1817 - October 26, 1881   -   AHA 

The Alabama Baptist Children's Home Site   -   AHA 
  151 South Main Street, Evergreen AL WMNJ2Z      


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


Other Conecuh County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History
Root Web