Historical Markers in Henderson County

Historical Markers

Discover interesting facts about the history of Athens and Henderson County as captured on historical markers in the area. Below is a list of the historical markers located in Henderson County. Please click here to read more about each of the following historical markers.

Antioch Cemetery
Athens Cemetery
Athens Review, The
Avant, Durham
Avant, William P.
Avriett, Dulcinea Ann Holland Thompson
Barker Cemetery
Blackshear/Fisher School, Site of
Brownsboro Norwegian Lutheran Cemetery
Carroll Springs Cemetery
Carroll Springs Methodist Church
Centerville, Site of
Cherokee Exodus from Texas
Cottonwood Cemetery
Courts Under the Oaks
Craig, Rupert Talmage
Crane, John
Factory in Athens, Machinery From First
Faulk-Gauntt Building
Fincastle Cemetery and Church
First Baptist Church of Malakoff
First Baptist Church of Poynor
First Baptist Church of Walker Street
First United Methodist Church of Malakoff
Fisher, Richard Columbus
Goodgame Cemetery
Goshen Cemetery
Gum Creek School, Site of
Hall, Hunt M.D., The Rev. Thomas
Hawn Lumber Company, Site of
Henderson County
Henderson County C.S.A.
Henderson County Courthouse
Henderson County Jail
Horton M.D., Arthur C.
La Rue, Joseph Thomas
Leagueville Cemetery
Malakoff Man
McDonald, John Matthews
Meredith Campground and Tabernacle
Mount Zion Baptist Church
New York Baptist Church
New York Cemetery
Normandy, Site of Old
Old Rock Hill Cemetery
Owen Cemetery
Payne Springs Methodist Church and Cemetery
Pilgrim's Rest Primitive Baptist Church
Pioneer Oak
Pottery Industry, Henderson County
Red Hill Cemetery
Reynolds, Davis
Richardson, William
Science Hill
Shelby Chapel Church and Cemetery
Smith Cemetery
Trinity River, The
Union Cemetery
Walnut Creek Community
Wofford, Bushrod W.J.
Wood Family Cemetery, Thomas Boucher
Yarborough Home 


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