Washington County (65)

Historic Markers Across Alabama

 

Washington County was created on 1800.

The county seat is in Chatom, AL.,
and the county is 1,080 sq mi Square Miles in area.



  FIPS Code: 01129

  Information about Washington County, Alabama, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Washington County.

 

There are 15 Historic Markers in Washington County.

Andrews Chapel   -   AHC 
  on Jefferson Davis Hwy at County RD 35, McIntosh, AL WMJMPZ      

Bassetts Creek   -   AHA 
  21711 US-43, Wagarville, AL      

Fruitdale Union Chapel - 1904   -   AHA 
        

Judge Harry Toulmin - 1766-1823   -   AHA 
        

McIntosh Bluff   -   AHA 
        

Old St. Stephens Masonic Lodge #9   -   AHA 
  on Saint Stephens Ave. south of Howell Rd., St. Stephens, AL WMJMTP      

South Oak Grove Baptist Church   -   AHA 
  Fire Tower Road, Fruitdale, AL      

St. Stephens Lodge #81   -   AHA 
  on Saint Stephens Ave. south of Howell Rd., St. Stephens, AL WMJMTR      

The Sullivan Cabin   -   AHA 
  26320 AL-56, Wagarville, AL      

The Taylor House   -   AHA 
        

The Tombigbee Settlements   -   AHA 
        

Town of McIntosh   -   ABT 
  on Commerce St., McIntosh, AL WMJMQ5      

Washington County   -   AHA 
  45 Court Street, Chatom, AL      

Washington County Confederate Memorial   -   UDC 
  45 Court Street, Chatom, AL WMJMPZ      

Washington County Courthouse   -    
  45 Court Street, Chatom, AL WMJMPZ      

 

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

 

Other Washington County Resources.

Alabama Department of Archives and History