Historic Markers Across Tennessee

Monroe - Loudon County Line

Marker ID: THC 1F 21
County: Monroe
Waymark: None


Monroe County
Established 1819; named in honor of

James Monroe.

An officer of the Continental army; Minister to France, 1794 to 1796 and 1803; Governor of Virginia 1799 to 1802; Minister to England 1803 to 1804; Secretary of State 1811 to 1817; and fifth President of the United States.

Loudon County
Established 1870; named in honor of

Fort Loudoun

which was erected by the British in 1756 and named for the Earl of Loudoun, Commander-in-Chief of British and American colonial troops in the southern colonies during the French and Indian War.

Erected by Tennessee Historical Commission.