Historical Markers in
Clay County, Georgia

14th A.C. at Shoal Creek Church 1814 Boundary / Founding of Fort Gaines Attack by Lee's Corps Baird’s Div., 14th A.C. Battle of Jonesboro The First Day Battle of Jonesboro The Second Day Battle of Jonesborough Battlefield Landmark Cavalry Action at Lovejoy's Station Clay County Clay County Courthouse Clayton County Constantine Memorial Diverted Attack Flankers Road Fort Gaines Fort Gaines Guards Fort Gillem Gen. Edmund Pendleton Gaines Gen. S. D. Lee's Corps Georgia Militia at Lovejoy's Station Hardee Hall Hardee’s Corps at Jonesboro Hardee’s Detour Heritage Place Historic Sites Hood Avenue Hood Avenue In the Confederacy Iverson Gate Jonesboro Threatened Lee's Corps Withdrawn March and Counter-march McIntosh Gate Morrow, Georgia Mt. Gilead Baptist Church New Lowell United Methodist Church / New Lowell School Oakland High School Oketeyeconne / Chattahoochee Theater Old Cotton Hill Seminary Old Pioneer Cemetery Old Stagecoach Road Patrick Cleburne Confederate Cemetery Queen City of the Chattahoochee Renfroe's Plantation Rough and Ready Rough and Ready Tavern Site of Couch House Site of Fort Gaines Female College Site of McPeak House Site of the First Clay County Courthouse and Jail Site: Marcus Long House Site: Shoal Cr. Church Site: The Mann House Stately Oaks Sutton's Crossroads Thames House The 1836 Fort The Crawford-Dorsey House The Extended Line The Johnson-Blalock House The March to the Sea The March to the Sea The Marcus Long Crossroads The Old Lattice Bridge The Warren House The Warren House Toney-Standley House Transfer Point Two Days of Battle at Jonesboro Unknown Confederate Soldiers Memorial Weston C. Lee Veterans Memorial Park Wheeler Drive