Randolph County (56)

Historic Markers Across Alabama


Randolph County was created on 1832.

The county seat is in Wedowee, AL.,
and the county is 581 sq mi Square Miles in area.

  Click here to visit the Randolph county home page.

  FIPS Code: 01111

  Information about Randolph County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Randolph County.


There are 11 Historic Markers in Randolph County.

First Baptist Church   -   AHA 
  Main Street at Church Street, Roanoke, AL      

Goldville, Alabama   -    
  4233 Goldville Cut Off Rd, Wadley, AL      

Lebanon Christian Church   -   AHA 
  2071 County Road 79 at County Road 667 near Roanoke, AL      

Louina   -    
  On Lee St (AL 22) just east of the Tallapoosa River bridge, Wadley, AL WMNHXD      

Pottery-Making Families of Randolph County / Early Pottery Shops of Randolph County   -    
  at the intersection of County Rd 16 and Bacon Cove Rd (County Road 75), Roanoke, AL      

Randolph County   -   AHA 
  US Hwy 431 at AL Hwy 48 on courthouse lawn in Wedowee, AL      

Roanoke Doll Factory - 1900-1925   -    
  on Vaughn Street, Roanoke, Alabama      

Site of the Home of William Hugh Smith   -    
  at the intersection of Main Street (U.S. 431) and Woodland Avenue, Wedowee, Alabama      

Town of Wadley   -   ABT 
  Highland Ave at Highland Cir, Wadley, AL      

Wedhadkee Yarn Mills   -    
  on AL 22 at Wehadkee Creek in Rock Mills, AL WMNHXB      

Wedowee, Alabama / RL Harris Reservoir   -   ABT 
  at the Courthouse, 1 Main St S, Wedowee, AL      


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


Other Randolph County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History