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Circa late 1830s, homestead of Brigadier General and State Senator Eli McConnell and his wife Savilla Garrison. This house was one of the first in the original Cherokee County, established in December 1832. Governor Troup authorized McConnell to m…
Once called Colonial Place this became the home of author, inventor, naturalist, and retired Presbyterian minister Dr. Francis R. Goulding (1810-1881) of Liberty County. In 1842 he built the first practical sewing machine, but never secured a pate…
In 1946, James Isaac Wright donated and deeded 16.1 acres of land to Fulton County for a public swimming pool and park. This site was named Waller Park in memory of his uncle, J. H. "Pony " Waller, founder of Oxbow Falls Manufacturing Co…
Land for Waller Park was given to fulton County in 1946 by James Isaac Wright in memory of his uncle, J.H. Wright, who had founded and operated (1896-1913) a water-powered pants factory on this site under the name of the Oxbow Falls Manufacturing …
circa 1842, Greek Revival home of Barrington King, son of Roswell King, one of the founders of Roswell.
For years called "The Park," this area was set aside by Roswell's founders. Present walks duplicate original paths. President Theodore Roosevelt spoke here from a bandstand in 1905. Historic Roswell Square Bicentennial Restoration Projec…
Historic First Church, 1840
The Square was part of town founder Roswell King's original town plan and is the center of the Roswell Historic District. The District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. President Theodore Roosevelt visited Roswell, hi…
1839 "He was founder of the village which bears his name. 1939
A man of great energy, industry and perseverance; of rigid
Integrity, truth and justice. He early earned and long enjoyed the esteem and confidence of his fellow men."
The head of one of the six families comprising in 1839 the original settlement of Roswell, Cobb County, Georgia