Loudon County (053)

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Loudon County was created on 1870.

The county seat is in Loudon, TN.,
and the county is 229 sq mi Square Miles in area.

The State Division number is 1 and the County Group is E, F.



  Click here to visit the Loudon county home page.

  FIPS Code: 47105

  Information about Loudon County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Loudon County.

 

There are 11 Historic Markers in Loudon County.

Affair at Philadelphia ~ Oct. 20, 1863   -   THC 1F 28
  U.S. 11, Loudon County, in Philadelphia        

Battle of Lenoir's Station   -   THC 1E 78
  On East Broadway Street east of A St., Lenoir City, TN         

Longstreet's Crossing   -   THC 1E 76
  On Mulberry St. east of Grove St., Loudon, TN        

Loudon - Knox County Line   -   THC 1E 1
          

Loudon - Monroe County Line   -   THC 1F 3
          

Loudon County Courthouse   -    
  601 Grove Street, Loudon, TN         

Militia Springs   -   THC 1F 17
  U.S. 411, Monroe-Loudon County line        

Norwood Inn   -   THC 1E 50
  u.s. 411, Loudon County (Now known as Diwn House)        

Railroad Trestle   -   THC 1E 77
  U.S. 11, Loudon County, in Loudon        

The Lenoir Cotton Mill   -   THC 1F 33
  at the intersection of East Broadway Street and South Hill Street, Lenoir City, TN        

Unicoi Thrnpike   -   THC 1E 58
  U.S. 129 & 411, Loudon County, at Thompson's Bridge Road        

 

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