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Echols County Georgia Historical Markers

 
Echols County Marker on the lawn of the Echols County Courthouse image, Touch for more information
By David Seibert, January 19, 2010
Echols County Marker on the lawn of the Echols County Courthouse
Georgia (Echols County), Statenville — 050-1 — Echols County
This County, created by Act of the Legislature Dec. 13, 1858, is named for Col. Robert M. Echols, for 24 years a member of the General Assembly. He was a President of the Georgia Senate and a Brigadier General in the Mexican War during which he . . . — Map (db m27038) HM
Georgia (Echols County), Statenville — 050-3 — Skirmish at Cow Creek
Near here, on August 27, 1836, Georgia Militia companies commanded by Col. Henry Blair, Captain Lindsay and Capt. Levi J. Knight, fought a skirmish with Creek Indians and routed them, killing two and taking several prisoners. During this summer the . . . — Map (db m27036) HM
Georgia (Echols County), Statenville — 050-2 — Wayfare or Cow Creek Church← 200 yd.
About 200 yards West, on this Road, is Wayfare or Cow Creek Baptist Church. The church was constituted in 1847, and the first annual meeting was held in September of that year. The members were: John Roberts, Sr., Edmund Mathis, Unity Mathis, Harvey . . . — Map (db m27037) HM

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