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In Sacred Memory of the men of Washington County who made the supreme sacrifice in the Viet Nam War Thomas Howard Jones Curtis Darrisaw Freddie Lee Johnson Lloyd Adrian Payne Ben Willis Howell
Dedicated to the Men and Women of Washington County who served our country with honor during the Korean War June 27, 1950 January 31, 1955 {Honor Roll on Left and right panels of those who served}
In Sacred Memory of the men of Washington County who made the supreme sacrifice in World War I Carroll William Deal Claude Louis Deal Julius Hartley Abbie Lee Johnson Lewis Cheatham Newsom Wilbur Stuart Sewell Sr. William H. Sumner …
In Grateful Tribute to The Men and Women of Washington County Who Served in The Armed Forces Of Our Country in World War II
In Sacred Memory of the men of Washington County who made the supreme sacrifice in World War II {Honor Roll of the War Dead}
New Hope is the oldest Methodist Church still in existence in Washington County. Its early written church records are lost, but oral history relates that New Hope's original structure was built in the late 1700s. It was a one-room building with a …
Union Major General William T. Sherman and the 17th Corps of his army's "Right Wing" left their encampment at New Hope Methodist Church on Tuesday morning, November 29, 1864. They marched generally southeast toward Tarver Place, Plantation. Their …
On Thursday, November 24, 1864, the 14th and 20th Corps of Union Major General William T. Sherman's army began entering Washington County. By November 26th the 28,000 soldiers of the two corps arrived in Sandersville, marching on separate roads t…
The Brown House was built about 1850 by Nathan Haynes. It was purchased by merchant and planter William Gainer Brown about 1851. During the 1850s portraits of William and Miriah Brown were painted by an itinerant artist for $75 plus room and board…
Tennille was founded in 1837 as Franklinville for Sam O. Franklin who gave land for the railroad's right-of-way and the town's creation. Its name was changed in 1842 after a prominent local citizen, Francis Tennille. The following year Tennille al…