“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Lafayette County, Arkansas

Clickable Map of Lafayette County, Arkansas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Lafayette County, AR (5) Columbia County, AR (5) Hempstead County, AR (8) Miller County, AR (5) Nevada County, AR (6) Bossier Parish, LA (40) Webster Parish, LA (8)  LafayetteCounty(5) Lafayette County (5)  ColumbiaCounty(5) Columbia County (5)  HempsteadCounty(8) Hempstead County (8)  MillerCounty(5) Miller County (5)  NevadaCounty(6) Nevada County (6)  BossierParishLouisiana(40) Bossier Parish (40)  WebsterParish(8) Webster Parish (8)
Lewisville is the county seat for Lafayette County
Adjacent to Lafayette County, Arkansas
      Columbia County (5)  
      Hempstead County (8)  
      Miller County (5)  
      Nevada County (6)  
      Bossier Parish, Louisiana (40)  
      Webster Parish, Louisiana (8)  
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1 Arkansas, Lafayette County, Bradley — The Old Walnut Hill Schoolhouse
The southern two-thirds of this building is one of the oldest, possibly the oldest structure in southern Lafayette County. The exact date it was built is not known, but it is known that the first children to study in it were born in the 1800s. . . . Map (db m109684) HM
2 Arkansas, Lafayette County, Lewisville — C-18 — Lafayette County Court House
The first court house in Lafayette County erected in 1828, was built of logs on Chickaninny Prairie. In 1840 a new town site for the county seat was laid off at the place to which was given the name of Lewisville.Map (db m178710) HM
3 Arkansas, Lafayette County, Lewisville — Lafayette County Veterans Memorial☆ ☆ ☆
Dedicated to he honor and sacrifice of the men and women who served our country.Map (db m178805) WM
4 Arkansas, Lafayette County, Stamps — 139 — Pioneering Legislators Reported missing
Three African American men represented Lafayette County in the state legislature after the Civil War. Monroe Hawkins, born a slave in North Carolina around 1832, was a minister and laborer. He was a delegate in the 1868 Constitutional Convention and . . . Map (db m121211) HM
5 Arkansas, Lafayette County, Walnut Hill — James Sevier ConwayDecember 9, 1796 - March 3, 1855 — Surveyor • Politician • Planter —
A founder of Lafayette County First governor of Arkansas In 1823 James Sevier Conway began a successful plantation in the rich soils near the Red River. In 1826 he married Mary Jane Bradley, a beautiful young women who had moved to the . . . Map (db m181517) HM
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Sep. 25, 2023