Elmore County (26)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Elmore County was created on 1866.

The county seat is in Wetumpka, AL.,
and the county is 618 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Elmore county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01051

  Information about Elmore County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Elmore County.

 

There are 31 Historic Markers in Elmore County.

Bartram Trail - Elmore Trail   -   AHC 
  On Old Montgomery Hwy, Wetumpka, AL      

Brigadier General Birkett a, CSA   -    
  the corner of North Ann Ave. & King St, Tallassee, AL WMRD9F      

Elmore County Training School   -   AHC 
  at the black history museum on Lancaster Street, Wetumpka, AL.      

First Baptist Church of Wetumpka   -   AHC 
  At the church, 205 W Bridge Street, Wetumpka, Alabama WMF6A8      

First Presbyterian Church Wetumpka Alabama   -   AHA 
  Elmore Road (Hwy 212) at E. Bridge Street, Wetumpka, AL      

Fort Jackson   -   DAR 
  the Fort Toulouse & Fort Jackson National Historic Park, 2521 West Fort Toulouse Road, Wetumpka, AL      

Fort Toulouse   -   SoCD 
  the Fort Toulouse & Fort Jackson National Historic Park, 2521 West Fort Toulouse Road, Wetumpka, AL      

History of Tallassee   -   ABT 
  at the Tallassee Community Library, 102 Freeman Ave, Tallassee, AL WMHTDM      

Holtville School   -   AHC 
  Holtville Road (Alabama Route 111), Holtville, Alabama WMJWYN      

Robinson Springs Neighborhood   -   ABT 
  On Monument Dr, east of Alabama 14, Millbrook, AL WMJWYQ      

Robinson Springs United Methodist Church   -   AHC 
  5980 Main Street, Millbrook, AL      

Rocky Mount Cemetery   -    
  at the cemetery on Rocky Montain Rd, Millbrook, AL WMMMK6      

Site of Alabama's First State Penitentiary   -   ABT 
  Wetumpka, AL      

Tallassee Armory   -   AHA 
  Barnett Blvd at E.B. Payne Drive near river on Hwy 14, Tallassee WMDDGX      

Tallassee Confederate Officers Quarters   -    
  the corner of North Ann Ave. & King St, Tallassee, AL WMRD9J      

The First United Methodist Church of Tallassee Founded 1853   -   AHC 
  1 Jordan Ave, Tallassee, AL WMHTD7      

The Hank Williams / Kowaliga Cabin 1952   -   AHA 
  10178 Kowaliga Road, (Hwy 63) near Lake Martin in N.E. Elmore Co. WMDAH1      

Tukabatchee Tokvpvcce   -   AHA 
  On Tukabatchee Rd. (route 229) south of Tallassee, Alabama WMF3CT      

Washington County   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 231 between Wetumpka and Tallapoosa River      

Welton Blanton Doby High School   -   AHA 
  W Micanopy St, Wetumpka, AL WMRMY7      

Wetumpka Historical Marker   -    
  on the grounds of the Elmore County courthouse, East Commerce Street Wetumpka, AL WM3P3Z      

Wetumpka Impact Crater   -   AHA 
  6501 US Hwy 231, Wetumpka, AL      

Wetumpka L&N Depot   -   AHC 
  Located at the historical depot on N Broad Street at W Coosa St, Wetumpka, AL      

Wetumpka Light Guards Memorial   -    
  At the First Presbyterian Church on Bridge St. in Wetumpka, Alabama. WMDPZW      

Wetumpka Methodist Church   -   AHA 
  W. Tuskeena Street at N. Broad Street      

Wetumpka's Bridge   -   AHA 
  On W Bridge St at Dozier St, Wetumpka, AL      

William Bartram (1739-1823)   -    
  inside the William Bartram Arboretum at Fort Toulouse State Park.      

William Bartram (1739 - 1823)   -    
  the Fort Toulouse & Fort Jackson National Historic Park, 2521 West Fort Toulouse Road, Wetumpka, AL      

William Lowndes Yancey   -    
  on Jasmine Hill Rd at Old Montgomery Hwy, Wetumpka, AL WMK25E      

William Wyatt Bibb   -   AHA 
  5553 Coosada Road (CR 23) at Auburn Road in Coosada, AL      

William Wyatt Bibb 1781-1820   -   AHA 
  Intersection of AL 143 (Main Street) and CR 23 (Coosada Road) WMJWYX      

 

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

 

Other Elmore County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History