Gulf County (22)

Historic Markers Across Florida

 

Gulf County was created on 1925.

The county seat is in Port St. Joe, FL.,
and the county is 565  Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Gulf county home page.

  FIPS Code: 12045

  Information about Gulf County, Florida, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Gulf County.

 

There are 9 Historic Markers in Gulf County.

Florida's First Railroad   -   FLHM 
  U.S. 98, East Port St. Joe        

Fort Crevecoeur / Fort Crevecoeur Abandoned   -   FLHM 
  on U. S. 98 at Columbus Street.        

Fort Place - St. Joeseph & Iola Railroad   -   FLHM 
  South of Wewahitchka on S.R. 71        

Gulf County Old Court House   -    
  in front of the old Gulf County Courthouse on N 2nd St between Lake Ave and Court Ave, Wewahitchka, FL.        

No Title/ Listed as "Burial Register" and "Old St. Joeseph Cemetery   -   FLHM 
  off of Garrison Ave.(C.R. 384) in Old St. Joe Cemetery        

Saint Joeseph Cemetery   -   FLHM 
  S.R. 384A.        

Shipyard Cove   -   FLHM 
  Monument Ave.(U.S. 98)& 5th St. in 1st Union Bank        

St. Joeseph Confederate Saltworks   -   FLHM 
  C.R. 30E, 1.1 miles north of C.R. 30A, south of St        

Wewahitchka Centennial   -    
  in front of the old Gulf County Courthouse on N 2nd St between Lake Ave and Court Ave, Wewahitchka, FL.        

 

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