Limestone County (42)

Historic Markers Across Alabama


Limestone County was created on 1818.

The county seat is in Athens, AL.,
and the county is 560 sq mi Square Miles in area.

  Click here to visit the Limestone county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01083

  Information about Limestone County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Limestone County.


There are 30 Historic Markers in Limestone County.

A County Older Than the State-Limestone County   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of South Jefferson Street and Market Street, Athens, Alabama WME7YD      

Abner Alloway Strange, Sr. — 1761-1835 — Veteran of the American Revolution   -    
  on Buck Island Road (State Highway 99) north of Sugar Way, Salem, Alabama      

Albert S. Johnston   -   AHA 
  U.S. Hwy 31      

Athens Big Spring Memorial Park   -    
  can be reached from Beaty Street North east of Market Street/Buck Island Road, Athens, Alabama      

Athens College   -   AHA 
  is on Pryor Street just from N. Beaty Street, Athens, Alabama      

Athens First Presbyterian Church   -    
  at the intersection of South Jefferson Street and West Washington Street, Athens, Alabama WMJ9HH      

Athens Sacked and Plundered   -    
  at the intersection of South Jefferson Street and West Washington Street, Athens, Alabama WME7Z3      

Athens, Alabama   -   ABT 
  at the intersection of Beaty Street North and Market Street/Buck Island Road , Athens, Alabama WMBYF1      

Battle of Sulphur Creek Trestle   -    
  on Elkmont Road/North Jefferson Street (State Highway 127) south of Upper Fort Hampton Road (County Road 49), Elkmont, Alabama WMF41P      

Belle Mina / Woodside   -    
  on Mooresville Road, Belle Mina, Alabama      

Cottonport / Mooresville   -    
  at the intersection of Old Highway 20 and Mooresville Road, Mooresville, Alabama      

Cunningham Cemetery   -    
  25916 Dupree Hollow Road, Lester, AL      

Elkmont, Alabama / Tenn. & Ala. Central Railroad   -    
  on County Road 49 east of Railroad Street, Elkmont, Alabama      

Fort Henderson / Trinity School - 1865-1970   -    
  on Browns Ferry Street (County Road 29) west of Allyn Street, Athens, Alabama      

Gamble House   -    
  Huntsville Brownsferry Road (County Route 24) 0.7 miles east of Interstate 65, Athens, AL      

General N. B. Forrest, C.S.A.   -   AHA 
  is on Bee Line Highway (U.S. 31), Tanner, Alabama WME99Q      

Governor George S. Houston Home   -    
  At the intersection of North Houston Street and Market St, Athens, AL WME935      

Harris-Pryor House — (Flower Hill Farm)   -    
  on Hwy 31 near Tanner, Alabama WME996      

Hernando De Soto in Alabama   -    
  I-65, SB, mile post 81, Ardmore Welcome Center, Elkmont, AL WMYDHH      

Lentzville Cemetery   -    
  on Lentzville Road 0.7 miles south of Barker Road, Athens, AL      

Lucy's Branch/Legacy of The Little Elk Community   -    
  on Snake Road, Athens, Alabama WMJ814      

Mooresville - Incorporated in 1818   -   DAR 
  at the intersection of Old Highway 20 and Mooresville Road, v      

Mooresville Brick Church   -   AHC 

Mooresville Brick Church   -    
  at 4792 Broad St., Mooresville, Alabama      

Mooresville, Alabama   -   ABT 

Nicholas Davis   -    
  on Nick Davis Road (County Road 44) ½ mile west of Sanderson Road (County Road 127), Capshaw, Alabama WMFVN8      

Oakland United Methodist Church   -   AHA 
  at the intersection of Bee Line Highway (U.S. 31) and Thomas L Hammonds Road, Tanner, Alabama WME99Z      

Old Town Cemetery   -    
  on S. Beaty St. just from E. Washington St., Athens, Alabama      

The Cumberland Presbyterian Church   -   AHC 

The De Soto Trail   -    
  I-65 (Exit 81), 3 miles S. of AL/TN line on I-65, near Ardmore, AL WMYDHK      


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


Other Limestone County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History