Following is a list of markers by municipality.

Town Subject
Andover Borough "The Lackawanna Cutoff"
Andover Borough "The Andover Iron Works"
Andover Township
Branchville Borough "Branchville, N.J."
Byram Township "Amity School"
Byram Township "Cat Swamp Hijacking and Murder"
Frankford Township "Augusta Hill Baptists"
Franklin Borough "Dr. Samuel Fowler"
Fredon Township "Fredon"
Fredon Township "Yellow Frame Presbyterian Church"
Green Township "Thomas Woolverton's Tavern"
Hamburg Borough "Joseph Sharp's Iron Works"
Hampton Township "Twin Bridges"
Hardyston Township "Snufftown-Stockholm"
Hopatcong Borough "Home of Hudson Maxim"
Lafayette Township "The LaFayette Foundry"
Montague Township "Brick House Village"
Montague Township "Millville Historic District"
Town of Newton "Newton Green"
Town of Newton "Newton Green - A Birthplace of Democracy"
Town of Newton "Henry W. Merriam"
Ogdensburg Borough "Old Schoolhouse and Firehouse Museum"
Sandyston Township "The Westbrook-Bell House"
Sandyston Township "Hainesville, N.J."
Sandyston Township "Bevans, New Jersey"
Stanhope Borough "Stanhope, N.J."
Stillwater Township "Casper Schafer House"
Sussex Borough "Sussex, N.J."
Vernon Township "St. Thomas Episcopal Church"
Vernon Township "Price's Switch Schoolhouse"
Walpack Township "Wallpack, N.J."
Wantage Township "Kilpatrick's Reenactment"
Wantage Township "Lusscroft"
Wantage Township "D.A.R. Von Bunschooten Museum"
Wantage Township "Goldsmith Maid - Queen of the Trotters"

Each municipality in Sussex County, no matter how small or large, a town or rural farming community, are very proud of their history and are all what make Sussex County the beautiful and proud area in which we live today. These markers will remind us today of what was here before us so we can take pride in our communities and honor those that went before us.