Marion County (41)

Historic Markers Across Florida

 

Marion County was created on 1844.

The county seat is in Ocala, FL.,
and the county is 1,579  Square Miles in area.



  Click here to visit the Marion county home page.

  FIPS Code: 12083

  Information about Marion County, Florida, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Marion County.

 

There are 13 Historic Markers in Marion County.

Brick City Fever   -    
  3720 SW College Road, Ocala, FL      

Evergreen Cemetery   -    
  in Evergreen Cemetery near downtown Ocala, FL WMDE57      

Fort King   -   FLHM 
  S.E. 39th Avenue (Fort King Road), Ocala.      

Fort King Burying Ground   -   DAR 
  on Ft. King Rd just west of Fort King National Historic Landmark,3800 E Fort King St, Ocala, FL WMQBE4      

Marion County Confederate Memorial Marker   -   FLHM F-743
  on 25th Ave, just north of Fort King St, Ocala, FL WMKABQ      

Marshall Plantation Site   -   FLHM F-415
  on County Road 314.      

Ocala   -    
  on E Silver Springs Blvd at NE Osceola Ave, Ocala, FL WM4G8E      

Ocala Demands   -   FLHM F-74
  S.E. First Avenue, City Park Square in Ocala. WM4G7J      

Paradise Park at Silver Springs   -   FLHM F-852
  SR 35/Baseline Rd at NE 24th St in Silver Springs, FL WMPN01      

Rainbow Springs   -    
  is within Rainbow Springs State Park, which is off of SW 81st PL Rd., Dunnellon, FL.      

Site of the Discovery of Phosphate in Florida   -   FLHM F-4
  County Road 40, 1.2 miles west of U.S. 41 WM3QAQ      

The Old Courthouse Square   -   FLHM F-379
  The city block bordered on the north by Silver Springs Blvd., on the east by SE 1st Ave., on the south by SE 1st Street and on the west by S. Magnolia Avenue. WM2FKF      

William Bartram Trail   -    
  14100 Hwy 19 (approx), Fort Mc Coy, FL      

 

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