Sumter County (60)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Sumter County was created on 1832.

The county seat is in Livingston, AL.,
and the county is 904 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  FIPS Code: 01119

  Information about Sumter County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Sumter County.

 

There are 14 Historic Markers in Sumter County.

Fort Tombecbee-3/4 mile   -   AHA 
        

Gen. N. B. Forrest   -   AHA 
  Ala. Hwy 39, Gainesville, AL      

History of York / Coleman Center   -   AHC 
  630 Avenue A, York, AL      

John Anthony Winston (1812-1871)   -   AHA 
  Livingston      

Line 32° 28' North Latitude   -   AHA 
  US Hwy 11 north of York, AL WMWEJF      

Livingston State College   -   AHA 
  Washington Street, Livingston, AL WM7FYQ      

Livingston, Ala.   -   DAR 
  306 Spring Street, Livingston, AL      

Livingston, Alabama and Livingston's Bored Well   -   AHC 
  Washington St S, Livingston, AL WMWEFC      

Sumter County   -   AHA 
  Lafayette Street, Livingston, AL WM7FYW      

Sumter County's Covered Bridge   -   AHA 
  Student Union Drive, Livingston, AL      

The Rooster Bridge   -   AHC 
  on U.S. 80 3 miles east of State Road 28, Demopolis, Alabama      

Town of Emelle   -   AHC 
  123 Dailey Avenue, Emelle, AL      

Town of Gainesville   -   AHC 
  intersection of State St and McKee St, Gainesville, AL      

Woodbury   -   AHA 
  intersection of State St and McKee St, Gainesville, AL      

 

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

 

Other Sumter County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History