Wayne County (091)

Historic Markers Across Tennessee

 

Wayne County was created on 1817.

The county seat is in Waynesboro, TN.,
and the county is 734 sq mi Square Miles in area.

The State Division number is 3 and the County Group is F.



  FIPS Code: 47181

  Information about Wayne County, Tennessee, from Wikipedia.

  US Census Quick Facts about Wayne County.

 

There are 13 Historic Markers in Wayne County.

Army of Tennessee ~ Nov. 22 1864   -   THC 3F 7
  on Collinwood Hwy. (TN 13) north of Sunny Acres Dr., Waynesboro, TN        

Clifton ~ Occupied River Town   -    
  303 Main Street, Clifton, TN        

Difficult Times ~ Waynesboro during the Civil War   -    
  110 North High Street, Waynesboro, TN        

Divided Loyalties ~ Wayne County during the Civil War   -    
  219 East Broadway Street, Collinwood, TN        

Forrest Crosses Tennessee River   -    
  at the intersection of East Water Street and Main St. on East Water St., Clifton, TN        

Forrest's Raid   -   THC 3F 17
  U.S. 64, Wayne County, at TN 114        

Forty Eight Forge   -   THC 3F 29
  U.S. 64, Wayne County, west of Forty-Eight Creek        

Incident at Waynesboro ~ A Case of Friendly Fire   -    
  100 Public Square, Waynesboro, TN        

McGlamery Stand   -   THC 3F 28
  on Hwy 13 near Cromwell Crossroads 203, Collinwood, TN        

Natchez Trace ~ Crossing the Highway   -   THC 3F 3
  on Lawrenceburg Highway near Gower Road, Lawrenceburg, TN        

The Stribling House Museum   -    
  300 E Water St, Clifton, TN        

Wayne - Lawrence County Line   -   THC 3F 5
          

Wayne Furnace   -   THC 3F 30
  U.S. 64, Wayne County, 1.1 mile west of Forty-Eight Creek        

 

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