Historical Markers in
Wilkes County, Georgia

1893 Victorian 1911 Wilkes County Jail Battle of Kettle Creek Benson Block Bishop James Osgood Andrew Black Patriots Monument Bolton Factory Busy Bee Cafe Campbell Home Clarke’s Creek Encampment Cleveland's Corner Columbus Granade Duncan G. Cambell's First Law Office Dyson House First Building First Court North of Augusta First Methodist Church First Presbyterian Ordination in Georgia Fishing Creek Baptist Church Fort Washington Park Gilbert-Alexander House Grant's Meeting House Great Fire of 1837 Heard's Fort Historic Dugas Home Holly Court Holly Court Home of Robert Toombs Home of Sarah Hillhouse Independence United Methodist Church Jean Marie Chotard LaPlace Home Site Jefferson Davis Jesse Mercer’s Home K.A. Wilheit House Kettle Creek Battlefield Kettle Creek Battleground Last Cabinet Meeting Last Cabinet Meeting of the C.S.A. Lindsey Chevrolet Co. Lowe Building Mary Willis Library Medical Office Norris House Old Inn Site Old Manse Old Vault of the Citizens National Bank Oldest Brick Store One of Washington's Oldest Houses Original Site of Almar Manufacturing Company Phillips Mills Baptist Church Pope’s Chapel United Methodist Church Post Office Queen Anne Style Remodeled 1959 Rock Methodist Church Sims-Beggs House Site of 1817 Wilkes County Courthouse Site of Abraham Simon's Store Site of Presbyterian Poplar Site of the Confederate Commissary & Quartermaster's Stores Site of the Episcopal Church of the Mediator Site of W.T. Fluker Gun Smith Site of Wilkes County Academy Slave Market Smyrna Church Smyrna Churchyard Smyrna Methodist Church Stage Coach Inn T.C. Hogue Building Tarver-Maynard House The Battle of Kettle Creek The Cedars The Dissolution of the Confederate Government The Episcopal Church of the Mediator The Rev. John Springer The Village of Danburg The White House Toombs-Anderson House Walnut Hill Academy Washington Presbyterian Church Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia Washington-Wilkes Firsts Washington-Wilkes Historical Museum Washington-Wilkes Vietnam Monument Wilkes County Wilkes County Confederate Memorial Wilkes County Courthouses William Dearing Wisteria Hall Woodmen of the World Supreme Sacrifice Monument Wynne-Randall